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16 Epic films and TV shows to stream in June 2024

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By Marissa Chin

16 Epic films and TV shows to stream in June 2024

This June, get ready for a thrilling lineup of small-screen offerings that will have you glued to your seat! From highly-anticipated returns of fan-favourite shows such as House of the Dragon and The Boys to an original new storyline in the Star Wars universe, here are 16 films and TV shows to add to your watchlist this month.


The Acolyte

When and where: 5 June 2024 on Disney+ Hotstar

Watch if: You never tire of the Star Wars universe

Starring: Lee Jung Jae, Manny Jacinto, Dafne Keen, Charlie Barnett, Jodie Turner-Smith, Rebecca Henderson, Dean-Charles Chapman, Joonas Suotamo, and Carrie-Anne Moss

If you thought you’ve seen everything Star Wars has to offer, think again! In this prequel series that takes place a hundred years before Phantom Menace, an investigation into a shocking crime spree pits a respected Jedi Master against a dangerous warrior from his past. Lee Jung Jae makes his Hollywood debut in this original series.

Watch here.


Hit Man

When and where: 7 June 2024 on Netflix 

Watch if: You’re in a Glen Powell phase 

Starring: Glen Powell, Adria Arjona

Inspired by an unbelievable true story, a mild-mannered professor discovers he has a hidden talent posing as a fake hit man. While moonlighting as one for the police department, he finds himself in a tricky situation as he falls for a potential client. Get ready for heart-fluttering moments and thrilling action in this noir romantic comedy.

Watch here.



When and where: 7 June 2024 on Netflix

Watch if: Elite meets The Heirs sounds interesting to you

Starring: Roh Jeong Eui, Lee Chae Min, Kim Jae Won, Ji Hye Won, and Lee Won Jung

With its impenetrable walls and high-profile sponsors, Jooshin High School is the most prestigious school in South Korea. Getting in is one thing but dealing with the top ruling class of students who control law and order is another hurdle. When a transfer student on a scholarship shows up with a secret, cracks begin to appear in the hierarchy of Jooshin High School’s indomitable world.

Watch here.


Presumed Innocent

When and where: 12 June 2024 on Apple TV+

Watch if: You’re intrigued by an unreliable protagonist

Starring: Jake Gyllenhaal, Ruth Negga, Bill Camp, O-T Fagbenle, Chase Infiniti, Elizabeth Marvel, Nana Mensah, Renate Reinsve, Peter Sarsgaard, and Kingston Rumi Southwick

Based on The New York Times bestselling novel of the same name by Scott Turrow, Presumed Innocent takes viewers on a journey through a horrific murder that upends the Chicago Prosecuting Attorney’s office when one of its own is suspected of a crime. Exploring obsession, sex, politics, and the power and limits of love, this gripping series will make you question everything until the very end.

Watch here.


Bridgerton Season 3 Part 2

When and where: 13 June 2024 on Netflix

Watch if: You’ve been watching Colin and Penelope TikTok edits since Part 1

Starring: Nicola Coughlan, Luke Newton, Claudia Jessie, Jonathan Bailey, Simone Ashley

If the cliffhanger of Colin’s confession at the end of Part 1 had you squealing and wanting more, not to worry dearest reader! In Part 2, the record-breaking series will pick up where it left off with the two lovebirds—but it’s not all sunshine and rainbows. As Penelope’s alter ego Lady Whistledown gets increasingly difficult to keep hidden, the wallflower must figure out how to not lose her lover and friendships before it’s too late.

Watch here.


The Boys Season 4

When and where: 13 June 2024 on Prime Video

Watch if: You’re ready for more of Homelander’s insanity 

Starring: Karl Urban, Jack Quaid, Antony Starr, Erin Moriarty, Jessie T. Usher, Laz Alonso, Chace Crawford, Susan Heyward, Valorie Curry, and Jeffrey Dean Morgan.

In this Emmy-winning global hit series that shows not all superheroes are selfless and good, the fourth season of The Boys will see even more diabolical plots as Victoria Neuman inches closer to the Oval Office under the muscly thumb of Homelander. As the narcissistic superhero rapidly consolidates his power, Butcher and his team must set their differences aside and work to save the world before all Hell breaks loose.

Watch here.


Abang Adik 

When and where: 14 June 2024 on Netflix

Watch if: You’re prepared for a good cry

Starring: Jack Tan, Wu Kang Ren, Serene Lim, Tan Kim Wang

When this Malaysian movie hit theatres last year, it became a huge success for its emotional storyline that left audiences in tears. Now available to stream on Netflix, the film follows two undocumented brothers living on the fringes of Kuala Lumpur who battle to survive their life of poverty together—until a brutal accident tips their relationship’s fragile balance.

Watch here.


Joko Anwar’s Nightmares and Daydreams

When and where: 14 June 2024 on Netflix

Watch if: You’re in the mood for a spook

Starring: Ario Bayu, Marissa Anita, Lukman Sardi, Fachri Albar, Asmara Abigail

Famed Indonesian writer-director Joko Anwar brings his mastery of horror to life in seven mind-bending tales of supernatural sci-fi phenomena. Boasting an extensive cast of over 80 actors, this anthology series will explore the darkest recesses of the human psyche and the monsters hiding in them. 

Watch here.


House of the Dragon Season 2 

When and where: 17 June 2024 on HBO

Watch if: You can’t wait for the Dance of the Dragons

Starring: Emma D’Arcy, Olivia Cooke, Matt Smith, Eve Best, Steve Toussaint, Fabien Frankel, Phoebe Campbell, Jefferson Hall, and Matthew Needham

The highly anticipated second season of HBO’s record-breaking Original drama will return with captivating clashes, conniving political manoeuvres and bigger dragons. Picking up from season one’s explosive finale, Westeros is on the brink of a bloody civil war as King Aegon and Queen Rhaenyra fight for their rightful seat on the Iron Throne. Witness the Dance of the Dragons between the Green and Black councils that will ultimately lead to the downfall of House Targaryen in George R.R. Martin’s bestselling book series.

Watch here.


Agents of Mystery

When and where: 18 June 2024 on Netflix

Watch if: You love escape rooms 

Starring: Lee Yong Jin, John Park, Lee Eun Ji, Lee Hye Ri, Kim Do Hoon, and Karina

Combining jaw-dropping set design and compelling storytelling, this South Korean variety show follows six investigators who must solve paranormal mysteries within six hours, relying on their wits and teamwork to solve the case. The immersive series will take place at multiple locations across South Korea, including haunted houses, abandoned properties and more.

Watch here.


Trigger Warning

When and where: 21 June 2024 on Netflix

Watch if: You’re happy to see Jessica Alba on screen again

Starring: Jessica Alba, Gabriel Basso, Tone Bell, Anthony Michael Hall, and Mark Webber

In this action-thriller, a skilled Special Forces commando returns to her hometown to take over her father’s bar after his sudden death. When she starts asking questions, she soon finds herself at odds with a violent gang and must fight for her life.

Watch here.


I am: Celine Dion

When and where: 25 June 2024 on Prime Video

Watch if: You’re a fan of the vocal queen

Starring: Celine Dion

Legendary superstar Celine Dion pulls back the curtains of her life in this raw and honest documentary that follows her struggle with a life-altering illness. Serving as a love letter to her fans, the film highlights the music that has guided her life and the resilience of the human spirit.  

Watch here.


The Bear Season 3

When and where: 27 June 2024 on Disney+ Hotstar

Watch if: You missed this ragtag team of chefs 

Starring: Jeremy Allen White, Ayo Edebiri, Ebon Moss-Bachrach, Abby Elliott, Lionel Boyce, Molly Gordon, Oliver Platt, and Matty Matheson

The restaurant industry is a tough business to crack and the characters in The Bear know it all too well. In the third season, Carmy, Sydney and Richie are still committed to doing whatever it takes to elevate The Bear, their beef stand turned fine dining restaurant, to the highest level, all while doing their best just to stay in the business. As their hunger for culinary excellence grows, the team will put to new levels of stress that will make or break their humble restaurant.

Watch here.


Whale with Steve Backshall 

When and where: 27 June 2024 on BBC Player, Astro channel 554 and UnifiTV channel 501 at 8pm

Watch if: You love the ocean

In this pioneering docuseries that sheds new light on nature’s iconic and mysterious cetaceans, Whale with Steve Backshall gives a stunning and comprehensive overview of the world of whales, dolphins and porpoises. Travel from the Azores to the Arctic to witness never-before-seen behaviours from majestic sperm whales, ingenious bottlenose dolphins, and more.


Jinny’s Kitchen Season 2 

When and where: 28 June 2024 on Prime Video

Watch if: You want a calm and cosy show to unwind to

Starring: Choi Woo Shik, Park Seo Jun, Lee Seo Jin, Jung Yu Mi, and Ko Min Si

Featuring a cast of A-list South Korean actors opening and running a Korean restaurant overseas, season two of Jinny’s Kitchen will see the cast take on a new venture. Located in Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland, there will be plenty of fun changes to look forward to such as new roles, new food menus, and switchups in the kitchen.

Watch here.


Fancy Dance

When and where: 28 June 2024 on AppleTV+

Watch if: You want a story that explores the lives of marginalised communities

Starring: Lily Gladstone, Isabel Deroy-Olson, Ryan Begay, Crystle Lightning, Audrey Wasilewski, and Shea Whigham

Since her sister’s disappearance, Jax has cared for her niece Roki by scraping by within their Tribal Land. With the police’s minimal effort, every minute goes into finding her missing sister as well as helping Roki prepare for an upcoming powwow. At the risk Jax losing custody to Roki’s grandfather, the pair hit the road and scour the backcountry to track down Roki’s mother in time for the powwow. What begins as a search gradually turns into a deeper investigation into the complexities of Indigenous women at the mercy of a failed justice system.

Watch here.


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