What’s coming soon to Netflix UK in June 2021?
Staff Reporter | On 29, May 2021
With summer upon her, Netflix is still finding reasons to stay indoors, from the return of Lupin and Feel Good, plus the debut of Sweet Tooth, Kevin Hart’s Fatherhood, Baltasar Kormákur’s new sci-fi mystery and a new David Attenborough documentary.
Here’s what’s coming soon to Netflix UK in June 2021:
Carnaval – 2nd June
There’s nothing better than bouncing back after a betrayal with your best friends in an all-paid-for, all-access, all-you-can-do trip to Salvador during Carnaval.
Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal The Movie: Parts 1 and 2 – 3rd June
The upcoming adventures are set in April, when the cherry blossoms are in bloom and Tokyo is in a festive mood as it celebrates the largest Total Solar Eclipse of the century. As the new moon obscures the sun and gradually dims its light, Usagi and Chibi-Usa encounter Pegasus, who is in search of the chosen Maiden who can break the seal of the Golden Crystal. Meanwhile, a mysterious troupe called the Dead Moon Circus appears in town who’s nefarious plan is to scatter the nightmare incarnations known as Lemures, seize the ‘Legendary Silver Crystal,’ rule over the moon and the earth, and eventually dominate the entire universe…
Summertime: Season 2 – 3rd June
Two young adults from very different backgrounds fall in love during a summer on Italy’s Adriatic Coast. Inspired by Federico Moccia’s book series.
Sweet Tooth: Season 1 – 4th June
“Once upon a time, bad people ruled the Earth…” That’s the sound of Netflix bringing Sweet Tooth to the screen – and a new trailer gives us a closer look at the adaptation of the DC Comic. The eight-part series tells the family-friendly adventure of Gus — part deer, part boy — who leaves his home in the forest to find the outside world ravaged by a cataclysmic event. He joins a ragtag family of humans and animal-children hybrids like himself in search of answers about this new world and the mystery behind his origins.
Feel Good: Season 2 – 4th June
The comedy, which debuted on Channel 4 before being picked up by the streamer, follows Mae (played by Mae Martin), a rising talent on the stand-up circuit and recovering addict whose addictive behaviours and intense romanticism dominate every single part of her life. When she meets pragmatic – but so far heterosexual – George (Charlotte Ritchie), she’s smitten, and, much to her surprise, George feels the same. Now the second and final season is on the way, with Mae trying to reconnect with George, only to realise that she’ll have to face her past in order to move forward.
Breaking Boundaries: The Science of Our Planet – 4th June
David Attenborough and Johan Rockström team up for this urgent environmental documentary.
Xtreme – 4th June
In this fast-paced and action-packed thriller, a retired hitman — along with his sister and a troubled teen — takes revenge on his lethal stepbrother.
Human: The World Within: Season 1 – 4th June
Cutting-edge science and captivating personal stories collide in this illuminating docuseries about the incredible workings of the human body.
Kitty Love: An Homage to Cats – 5th June
Famous feline Abatutu presents this charming celebration of cats, showcasing their finest and friskiest moments.
Strange But True – 7th June
A young woman rattles her former boyfriend’s family when she reveals she is pregnant with his child — despite his death five years ago.
Awake – 9th June
After a global event wipes out humanity’s ability to sleep, a troubled ex-soldier fights to save her family as society and her mind spiral into chaos.
Fresh, Fried & Crispy: Season 1 – 9th June
Passionate about food and ready for fun, critic Daym Drops drops in on America’s smokin’ hot spots for the best, freshest takes on fried food.
Tragic Jungle – 9th June
To escape an arranged marriage, a woman flees into the depths of the Mayan jungle, where untamed nature merges the human and the supernatural.
Trese: Season 1 – 10th June
Shay Mitchell voices Alexandra Trese in this adaptation of the Filipino horror comic by Budjette Tan and KaJO Baldisimo.
Locombianos – 10th June
Four of Colombia’s funniest and bawdiest comedians perform before a post-quarantine audience.
Lupin: Part 2 – 11th June
“This has gone too far.” That’s the sound of Lupin returning to Netflix this June. The series stars Omar Sy as Assane Diop, a master of disguise whose life was turned upside down when his father died after being accused of a crime he didn’t commit. 25 years later, Assane uses LeBlanc’s literary hero as his inspiration to get revenge.
Wish Dragon – 11th June
Determined teen Din is longing to reconnect with his childhood best friend when he meets a wish-granting dragon who shows him the magic of possibilities.
Skater Girl – 11th June
When a teen in rural India discovers a life-changing passion for skateboarding, she faces a rough road as she follows her dream to compete.
Penguin Town: Season 1 – 16th June
In a picturesque South African town, an eclectic group of endangered penguins flock together to find mates.
Silver Skates: Season 1 – 16th June
Michael Lockshin directs this heartwarming romance inspired by “Romeo and Juliet” and “Hans Brinker, or the Silver Skates.
Black Summer: Season 2 – 17th June
In the dark, early days of a zombie apocalypse, complete strangers band together to find the strength they need to survive and get back to loved ones.
Katla: Season 1 – 17th June
The catastrophic eruption of subglacial volcano Katla turns a nearby community’s world upside down as mysteries begin to emerge from the ice in Baltasar Kormákur’s sci-fi mystery series, one of the first TV shows to resume production after the coronavirus outbreak.
Fatherhood – 18th June
Kevin Hart stars in this film about a widowed new dad who copes with doubts, fears, heartache and dirty diapers as he sets out to raise his daughter on his own.
Elite: Season 4 – 18th June
Netflix’s hit Spanish teen drama returns for a fourth season.
Good on Paper – 23rd June
After years of putting her career first, a stand-up comic meets a guy who seems perfect: smart, nice, successful… and possibly too good to be true.
Murder by the Coast – 23rd June
In 1999, teen Rocío Wanninkhof is murdered. Her mother’s ex-partner, Dolores Vázquez, is suspected. Did she do it? A second victim reveals the truth.
Too Hot to Handle: Season 2 – 23rd June
Netflix’s dating contest is back, with another cast of people taking on the chastity challenge. The final episodes arrive on 30th June.
Sex/Life: Season 1 – 25th June
Sarah Shahi, Mike Vogel and Adam Demos (“Falling Inn Love”) form a love triangle in this steamy drama.
Believe Me: The Abduction of Lisa McVey
Black Holes: The Edge of All We Know
Top Coppers: Season 1
Elvis Presley: The Searcher: Season 1
Joe Wicks: The Body Coach Workout: Season 1
Destruction: Las Vegas
Nigella: At My Table: Season 1
The Naked Gun 2 1//2
On Becoming a God: Season 1
Count Arthur Strong: Seasons
CoComelon: Season 3
Seven Souls in the Skull Castle: Season Moon Jogen
Seven Souls in the Skull Castle: Season Moon Kagen
Roger Corman’s Operation Rogue
The Real Housewives of Atlanta: Seasons
Married to Medicine: Season 2
Myriam Fares: The Journey
Kim’s Convenience: Season 5
Czas Niedokończony – Wierze księdza Jana Twardowskiego
Alan Saldaña: Locked Up
Creator’s File: Gold: Season 1
The Girl and the Gun
Sweet & Sour
Trippin’ with the Kandasamys
Elite Short Stories: Guzmán Caye Rebe: Season 1
Elite Short Stories: Nadia Guzmán: Season 1
Workin’ Moms: Season 5
Headspace: Unwind Your Mind
Rhyme Time Town: Season 2
Elite Short Stories: Omar Ander Alexis: Season 1
Elite Short Stories: Carla Samuel: Season 1
Ali & Ratu Ratu Queens
The Gift: Season 3
The World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals: Season 1
Rurouni Kenshin: The Final
So Not Worth It: Season 1
The House of Flowers: The Movie
The Naked Director: Season 2
America: The Motion Picture