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It's unofficially summer, which means that streaming services are turning up the heat with their slate of original and fan-fave summer flicks and shows.
Netflix is bringing the Chris Hemsworth thriller "Spiderhead," as well season three of Umbrella Academy to screens.
Disney+ is releasing the highly anticipated "Ms. Marvel," which sees Marvel's first Pakistani Muslim superhero in the MCU. It follows a 16-year-old (played by Markham, Ont.-native Iman Vellani), who discovers superpowers, boys and more in this coming-of-age story.
For those missing the teen romance, worry not, as Amazon Prime Video is releasing "The Summer I Turned Pretty," based on Jenny Han's book. After the success of Han's "To All The Boys I Loved Before" trilogy, we are definitely looking forward to this one.
Best new movies and shows to watch on Netflix in June
After discovering a once-in-a-lifetime player with a rocky past abroad, a down on his luck basketball scout (Adam Sandler) takes it upon himself to bring the phenom to the States without his team's approval. Against the odds, they have one final shot to prove they have what it takes to make it in the NBA. Streams June 8.
Two inmates form a connection while imprisoned in a state-of-the-art penitentiary run by a visionary who experiments on his subjects with mind-altering drugs. Based on The New Yorker short story, “Escape From Spiderhead,” by George Saunders, this film stars Chris Hemsworth and Miles Teller. Streams June 17.
After putting a stop to 1963’s doomsday, the Umbrella Academy return home to the present, convinced they prevented the initial apocalypse and fixed this godforsaken timeline once and for all. But after a brief moment of celebration, they realize things aren’t how they left them. Streams June 22.
A case of mistaken identity arises after a screw-up sales consultant and the world’s deadliest assassin — known only as The Man from Toronto — run into each other at a holiday rental. The film stars Kevin Hart and Woody Harrelson. Streams June 24.
Following in the footsteps of the popular Spanish series "Money Heist," there's now a Korean version of the show. Thieves overtake the mint of a unified Korea, but with hostages trapped inside, the police must try to stop them — as well as the shadowy mastermind behind it all. Streams June 24.
Best new series to watch on Amazon Prime Video in June
The Amazon Original Series "The Lake" follows ustin (Jordan Gavaris) as he returns from living abroad in the hope of reconnecting with the biological daughter that he gave up for adoption in his teens. His plans to create new memories with his city-loving daughter Billie (Madison Shamoun) at the idyllic lake from his childhood go awry when he finds out his father left the family cottage to his "picture-perfect" stepsister, Maisy-May (Julia Stiles). Streams June 17.
Based on the book by Jenny Han, this series follows a love triangle between one girl (Lola Tung) and two brothers (Christopher Briney, Gavin Caselegno), plus the ever-evolving relationship between mothers and their children, and the enduring power of strong female friendship. Streams June 17.
Best series to watch on Disney+ in June
This original series introduces Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani), a Pakistani-American Muslim teenager growing up in Jersey City. Kamala feels like she doesn’t fit in at school and sometimes even at home — that is, until she gets superpowers like the heroes she’s always looked up to. Streams June 8.
Best series to watch on Apple TV+ in June
Andrew (Cooper Raiff), is a 22-year-old who is fresh out of college and stuck back at home with his family in New Jersey. When Andrew befriends a local mom, Domino (Dakota Johnson), and her daughter, he finally discovers a future he wants. Streams June 17.
“Loot” is a new Apple original comedy series starring Maya Rudolph, Michaela Jaé Rodriguez and Joel Kim Booster. The comedy follows Molly (Rudolph), a woman whose seemingly perfect life is upended after her husband leaves her 87 billion dollars. Streams June 24.
Best movie to watch on Crave in June
Two years after his wife’s unexpected death, Yusuke Kafuku (Hidetoshi Nishijima), a renowned stage actor and director, receives an offer to direct a production at a theatre festival in Hiroshima. There, he meets Misaki Watari (Toko Miura), a young woman assigned by the festival to chauffeur him. The film had its world premiere at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival, where it competed for the Palme d’Or and won three awards, including Best Screenplay. Streams June 24.