What’s On Netflix June 2021?

Cinemas are starting to open again in the UK and we couldn’t be more excited! But if you still prefer a night in the comfort of your own home, then fear not, because Netflix is still delivering the goods!


At the top of our Bunny Watch is the upcoming comedy-drama Fatherhood (2021). The Netflix original stars Kevin Hart and tells the true story of a recently widowed father struggling to raise his daughter, after the unexpected death of his wife. If we know Kevin Hart’s usual style, then we can expect a good mix of funny and feel-good moments, even with the tragic storyline.

Here’s some of the films coming to the catalogue: 

  • America: The Motion Picture (2021)
  • Aquaman (2018)
  • Awake (2021)
  • The Blair Witch Project (1999)
  • Boyz n the Hood (1991)
  • Breaking Boundaries: The Science of Our Planet
  • Fatherhood (2021)
  • Good on Paper (2021)
  • The Karate Kid (2010)
  • Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal Pt 1+2 (2021)
  • Skater Girl (2021)
  • Sweet and Sour (2021)
  • Tragic Jungle (2021)
  • Yesterday (2019)

If horror is more your thing, you’ll be pleased to see that the classic found-footage scarefest The Blair Witch Project (1999) will be available for viewing – just make sure to leave the lights on! For a more relaxed watch, DC Fans can enjoy Aquaman (2018) and Jason Momoa all over again, or you can transport yourself to an alternate timeline where The Beatles never existed in the musical rom-com Yesterday (2019).


As for the TV shows, here’s what you can expect to arrive in June: 

  • Black Summer (Season 2)
  • Elite (Season 4)
  • Feel Good (Seasons 1-2)
  • The Gift (Season 3)
  • Joe Wicks: The Body Coach (Season 1) 
  • Kim’s Convenience (Season 5)
  • Lupin: Part Deux (2)
  • The Real Housewives of Atlanta (multiple seasons) 
  • Sophie: A Murder in West Cork (limited series)
  • Sweet Tooth (Season 1)
  • Too Hot To Handle (Season 2)
  • Top Coppers (Season 1)

*Clears diary to indulge in reality TV... *(The Real Housewives and Too Hot To Handle are the ultimate guilty pleasures!)

It’s okay though because we’ll make up for such viewing with the latest limited series documentary, Sophie: A Murder in West Cork, and by securing our fitness goals via Joe Wicks: The Body Coach (a seemingly new kind of genre expansion for the platform).



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