New Netflix Shows and Movies in June 2023

New Netflix Shows and Movies in June 2023

Chris Hemsworth’s Extraction 2 is gonna be as big as Chris Hemsworth’s arms
June is bringing the muscle to Netflix. The beefiest thing to stream on the service in the month is Extraction 2, the sequel to the 2020 at-home blockbuster starring Chris Hemsworth as a mercenary whose particular set of skills (giant biceps) is best suited to getting people out of bad places. Also flexing for the final time will be Henry Cavill’s version of Geralt of Rivia, the swole hero at the center of the fantasy series The Witcher. The heart is also a muscle, so watch a few flutter in the final season of the teen rom-com Never Have I Ever, which gets pumping on June 8.

Scroll on for more on the month’s highlights, plus the full list of everything coming to and leaving Netflix in June 2023.
The best new Netflix movies and shows in June

Never Have I Ever Season 4 (June 8)Who will Devi (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan) choose? The hot guy, the other hot guy, a different hot guy, or Ben (Jaren Lewison)? No offense, Ben, but you’re up against a guy named Paxton Hall-Yoshida (Darren Barnet), played by an actor who is 32 years old. The final season of Mindy Kaling’s high school rom-com had better answer that question, and I don’t want to hear any of this “Devi learns to love herself instead” garbage. YOU. MUST. CHOOSE. [Trailer]
Tour de France: Unchained, Break Point Part 2 (June 8, June 21)Netflix has a pretty good track record with sports documentaries, and June sees a pair get the call. On June 8, the film Tour de France: Unchained looks at the world’s most grueling and popular cycling race, a competition so difficult and demanding that it almost requires cheating. Later in the month, the tennis docuseries Break Point, from the Formula 1: Drive to Survive crew, returns for the second half of its debut season. I’ve been waiting for the Frances Tiafoe at the U.S. Open episode for a long time. [Trailer / Trailer]

Our Planet II (June 14)Our planet is home to a wealth of beautiful and amazing creatures. It’s also home to a lot of trash. This second season of the David Attenborough-narrated nature docuseries once again gives a dazzling dose of cuddly critters mixed with the harsh truths of the effects of climate change and human interference on the world. It’s not always an easy watch, but it’s an important one. [Trailer]
Extraction 2 (June 16)Chris Hemsworth returns for the sequel of his 2020 megahit Netflix movie, despite his character maybe dying in the original. He didn’t, obviously, and now the mercenary is back to do what he does best: kill a bunch of dudes. This time, his assignment is to extract a Georgian gangster’s family from a prison. [Trailer]

The Witcher Season 3 (June 29)History’s most ripped babysitter returns! Season 3 of the fantasy series based on Andrzej Sapkowski’s books will be the last for star Henry Cavill as Geralt of Rivia — he’ll be replaced by Liam Hemsworth moving forward — who continues to look over Ciri (Freya Allan) as she becomes a bigger target for bad guys. The eight-episode Season 3 will be split into two parts, with the first five episodes dropping June 29 and the final three episodes available July 27. -Tim Surette [Trailer]
Black Mirror Season 6 (June TBD)Charlie Brooker’s frequently devastating, sometimes enriching, and mostly terrifying anthology series about the way humans interact with technology may not have the same beloved standing as it did in its early seasons, but this new crop of five episodes will be worth picking through for the gems. This time around, Salma Hayek, Aaron Paul, Michael Cera, and more join the fun. Here’s everything we know about the season. -Tim Surette [Trailer]

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