The best movies and TV shows coming to HBO, Hulu, Apple TV+, and more in June

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Flow starts: June 24

In this British psychological thriller series, Erin Doherty plays Becky Green, a clever, self-doubting schemer who tends to daydream—like a cross between Patricia Highsmith’s Tom Ripley and James Thurber’s Walter Mitty. Becky used to scroll through social media accounts, looking for high-end parties that get stuck, which gets her into trouble when one of her favorite influencers, Chloe Fairborn (Bobby Gilbert), mysteriously leaves two phone messages before she is found dead. Becky uses her supernatural ability to get along with the elite to get closer to Chloe’s friends, hoping to find out what really happened.

Coming also:

June 3

“The Boys” season 3

June 10

“Fairfax” season two

June 17

“The Lake” season one

Season 1 of “The Summer I Turned Pretty”

Season Three “For All Mankind”

Flow starts: June 10

Although “For All Mankind” has been one of the top TV dramas since its debut in 2019, it hasn’t garnered much attention on social media or garnered much attention. Perhaps the third season, which focuses more clearly on sci-fi, will win some new fans. The show is set in an alternate history where the 1960s Cold War space race between the United States and the Soviet Union escalated rather than waned, bringing cultural changes for both countries—some subtle, some not—in the following decades. Season three is set in the 1990s, as the rush for the stars extends to Mars, which Americans and Russians scramble to conquer first, while their governments grapple with multiple political crises on Earth.

‘Loot’ Season 1

Flow starts: June 24

Writer-producers Alan Yang and Matt Hubbard – the team behind the clever and quirky afterlife drama “Forever” – are teaming up once again with actress and producer Maya Rudolph on the sitcom “Lot”. Rudolph plays Molly, a modern divorcee who has billions of dollars at her disposal and who has no direction in her life. Deciding to rededicate herself to her charitable foundation, she quickly finds that decades of living in a bubble has left her way far from the people her money aims to help. Mj Rodriguez plays the director of the foundation, who needs Molly’s money but doesn’t really want her contribution. “Loot” is basically an old-fashioned workplace comedy, but it’s rooted in the uniquely modern problem of the wealthy who want to leave a positive legacy but aren’t used to taking advice.

Coming also:

June 3

“Physical” season two

June 10

“Lovely little farm”

June 17

“Cha Cha Real Smooth”

“The House” season two

‘Ms. Season 1 of Marvel

Flow starts: June 8

This action-comedy series introduces one of the most popular new comic book superheroes of the past decade to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Eman Vilani plays Kamala Khan, a 16-year-old Pakistani-American girl from Jersey City, NJ who is a huge fan of cosmic Avenger Carol Danvers, also known as Captain Marvel. When Kamala inherits a device that grants her her own powers, she must balance her daily life as the daughter of strict Muslim parents with the unbridled experiences of a superhero in training. Less epic in scale than other Marvel movies and TV shows, “Ms. Marvel”—like the comics it’s based on—is really a story about coming of age, depicting a heroine who often feels like an unlucky outsider when she’s not wearing a costume.

Coming also:

June 3

“Hollywood Stargirl”

June 10

“Beyond Infinity: Buzz and the Journey to Lightyear”

June 15

“Family Reboot” Season 1

June 24

“rise”

Trevor: The Musician.

June 29

“Baymax!” season 1

Irma Vape

Flow starts: June 6

French writer and director Olivier Assayas revisits and modernizes the themes of his 1996 film Irma Vape for this new mini-series, which, like the original, is about a film crew that remakes the classic Louis Vampire series 1915-16. Alicia Vikander plays Mira, an American actress who agrees to take the lead in a picture to expand her talents and escape the pressures of being a big star. When Mira unexpectedly finds herself surrounded by indecisive crew members, double mates, and a show of former lovers, she adapts from During the disappearance more and more into her character: a deceitful master criminal.The details of this “Irma Vep” differ from the old version, but once again, Assayas is interested in the strange ecosystem of the film set, which can be bewildering to outsiders but welcomes the eccentric.

“jeans”

Flow starts: June 8

This timely documentary looks back into the years leading up to the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court ruling that laid the foundation for abortion rights. Directed by Tia Lisin and Emma Beldes, The Janes covers an underground network in Chicago that helped women perform safe and affordable abortions in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Using archival footage and new interviews, Lissen and Beldes recall how dangerous pre-Raw America was to women, whose needs have often been ignored by the male-dominated medical establishment — and whose criminals can exploit to make a quick buck from people too desperate to complain. The film is also about the era’s growing feminism, born in part from women’s bonding with shared experiences that are rarely discussed in public.

Coming also:

June 9

“Amsterdam” season one

“Summer Camp Island” Season 6

June 16

“father of the bride”

June 23

“Minodo: Forever Young”

June 26

“Westworld” Season 4

June 30

“The Naked Mole Rat Dressed Up: The Underground Rock Experience”

“the old man”

Flow starts: June 17

Inspired by the Thomas Berry novel, the thriller “The Old Man” stars Jeff Bridges as a former intelligence officer who’s been in hiding for decades, living a relatively quiet life under the pseudonym Dan Chase. When his past finally catches up to him, Chase goes on the run, pursued by his old classmate (John Lithgow). The ex-spy’s faculties have dwindled significantly during his hiatus, but he remembers enough craftsmanship to continue the game – even though he risks everything dear to him just to survive and out of prison a little longer. “The Old Man” combines exuberant action scenes with quieter character moments, as grizzly warriors reflect on their successes and mistakes.

Season Two of “Only Murders in the Building”

Flow starts: June 28

The surprise livestream returns last summer for a second season, with Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez reprising their roles as New York neighbors launching a true crime podcast in an effort to solve a horrific crime in their apartment complex — and possibly revitalize their dying personal lives. Season 1 of “Only Murders in the Building” ended with amateur detectives finding the killer, and then instantly became the prime suspects in another murder. Expect another twisted and surprising mystery in Season 2, as well as an even more magical interaction between the show’s three main characters, who are emotionally needy in their own way but essentially kind-hearted.

Coming also:

June 2

The Orville: New Horizons Season 1

June 3

“Island of Fire”

June 13

“The worst person in the world”

June 15

“Love, Victor” Season 3

June 17

Good luck to you, Leo Grande.

June 23

“The Bear” season one

Jerry and Marge swell up

Flow starts: June 17

Based on a true story, the drama “Jerry and Marge Go Large” stars Bryan Cranston as Jerry Selby, a retired Michigan factory worker and a buff at numbers, who discovers an imbalance in the Massachusetts lottery odds and gathers his small league of his-town friends and neighbors to buy enough tickets To achieve maximum returns. Community happiness collides when a group of Harvard students discover the same lottery loophole and plot to get the Selby family out of business. The film is directed by David Frankel from a screenplay by Brad Copeland (adapted from an article by Jason Fagon), and features a cast of older comedians and actors, including Annette Bening as Jerry’s wife, Marge.

Coming also:

June 1

South Park: The Streaming Wars

June 12

“Evil” season 3

June 16

The Players Season 1

Rutherford Falls season two

Flow starts: June 16

The first season of “Rutherford Falls” provided insightful and humorous pieces about the indelible stain of colonialism, through the story of a proud New England historian named Nathan Rutherford (Ed Helms) who sells tourists a perverted version of American history in which his ancestors happily worked, collaborating with a tribe The original Minishonka. The second season began after the big development of last year, which saw Minishonka casino owner Terry Thomas (Michael Gray) and Nathan’s best friend Reagan Wells (Jana Schmieding) take over the city and choose to maintain its exemplary style of the past in order to enrich their community. The power dynamic between these characters has changed, but the show’s writers still convince black comedy among the many ways they scramble to keep the lies rather than confront the painful truths.

Coming also:

June 14

“Dateline: The Last Day”