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When the list of new releases on Netflix comes out every month, it sometimes feels like the leading streamer has opened up a firehose of content of all types: scripted, unscripted, international, and more. With everyone’s limited time, it’s hard to figure out which shows you want to sit down and binge.
The crew at Decider know how tough it is to figure what to watch… and we do this for a living. So let us be your guide. Below are quick previews of what we think the ten hottest, most intriguing series to debut on the service in June 2021 will be. They aren’t all Netflix Originals (though most are because of that firehose); just shows we know people will want to watch. Which shows will make it into the Netflix Top 10? Only time will tell!
PREMIERE DATE: June 1
CAST: Eliza Coupe, Casey Wilson, Adam Paly, Damon Wayans Jr., Zachary Knighton, Elisha Cuthbert
DESCRIPTION: Since ABC cancelled the 2011-13 cult favorite, the hangout comedy has only gotten more popular. Full of catchphrases and crackling chemistry among its cast, fans of Happy Endings can now mainline the show at their leisure. Re-experience the Year of Penny (Wilson), or the sexual/actual tension between husband and wife Brad (Wayans) and Jane (Coupe). Just don’t judge the show from its first episode, where Jane’s sister Alex (Cuthbert) rejects Dave (Knighton) at the altar. Oh, and then there’s Max (Pally). He’s just damn funny.
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PREMIERE DATE: June 2
CAST: Paul Sun-Hyung Lee, Jean Yoon, Andrea Bang, Simu Liu, Andrew Phung, Nicole Power
DESCRIPTION: The final season of the Canadian hit sitcom finally arrives on Netflix, giving us more funny family drama for the Kim family. Of course, all the regular customers of their convenience store will be there, too. Of course, we wish there were more seasons (it was renewed for a sixth), but creators Ins Choi and Kevin White decided to move on to other projects.
Stream Kim’s Convenience On Netflix
PREMIERE DATE: June 4
CAST: Christian Convery, Nonso Anozie, Adeel Akhtar, Will Forte, James Brolin
DESCRIPTION: Based on the comic book by Jeff Lemire, Sweet Tooth is about Gus (Convery), a boy who is half-human and half-deer, who befriends a loner named Jepperd (Anozie) and wander what’s left of America after “The Great Crumble.” Yes, it’s a post-apocalyptic series, but hopefully one with hope and light instead of darkness.
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PREMIERE DATE: June 4
CAST: Mae Martin, Charlotte Ritchie, Lisa Kudrow, Sophie Thompson, Phil Burgers, John Ross Bowie, Anthony Head, Jordan Stephens
DESCRIPTION: In the final season of this BAFTA-nominated dramedy, standup comedian Mae (Martin) has been struggling to maintain her explosive relationship with George (Ritchie) while maintaining her sobriety. At the end of the first season, she wasn’t doing so well with the sobriety part; now, she has to get back on track and figure out how to be honest with George.
Stream Feel Good On Netflix
PREMIERE DATE: June 9
CAST: Daym Drops
DESCRIPTION: Drops visits different American cities looking for the best fried food in this docuseries, which will definitely make you fall off your diet wagon. From toasted ravioli in St. Louis to Rocky Mountain oysters in Denver (hint: they’re not really oysters), Daym will show you where to find all of the best-tasting fried delicacies. Just don’t watch hungry.
Stream Fresh, Fried & Crispy On Netflix
PREMIERE DATE: June 11
CAST: Omar Sy, Ludivine Sagnier, Clotilde Hesme, Vincent Londez
DESCRIPTION: Part 2 of the popular French mystery thriller finds Assane Diop (Sy), who has modeled his burglary career after the fictional character Arsène Lupin, finds him searching for his son Raoul (Simon) and gain the trust of Juliette Pellegrini (Hesme). At the same time, he continues to plan and execute larger and riskier robberies.
Stream Lupin On Netflix
PREMIERE DATE: June 15
CAST: Catherine Reitman, Dani Kind, Juno Rinaldi, Jessalyn Wanlim
DESCRIPTION: Another popular Canadian import, Season 5 of Workin’ Moms finds Kate Foster (Reitman) continuing to deal with the chaos and self-doubt that comes with being a working mom. Her buddies are also dealing with their own issues, including Anne (Kind) struggling with her move from Toronto to Calgary.
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PREMIERE DATE: June 18
CAST: María Pedraza, Itzan Escamilla, Miguel Bernardeau, Miguel Herrán, Jaime Lorente, Álvaro Rico, Arón Piper. Mina El Hammani, Ester Expósito
DESCRIPTION: The Spanish teen thriller returns for a fourth season, where the exclusive Las Encinas school gets a strict new principal and a prince joins the student body. Samuel (Escamilla) and Omar (Ayuso) are still at school dealing with the fallout of covering for Polo’s murder. Expect lots more activities that would make the teens on Euphoria blush.
Stream Elite On Netflix
PREMIERE DATE: June 23
CAST: “Lana” (virtual host)
DESCRIPTION: Didn’t get enough of a group of horny singles that weren’t allowed to touch each other? Get ready for Season 2 of the reality series, with a new group of hotties who are “tricked” into a contest where the person who can resist their temptations the most gets $100,000. After watching the first season, though, will these contestants really be tricked or will they have some tricks down their Speedos and thongs?
Stream Too Hot To Handle On Netflix
PREMIERE DATE: June 25
CAST: Sarah Shahi, Mike Vogel, Adam Demos, Margaret Odette
DESCRIPTION: Billie (Shahi) is a wife and mother who’s fighting the inevitable cooling-down of passions with her husband Cooper (Vogel). She starts thinking about — and writing about — the wild times she had with Brad (Demos), one of her exes. Will she end up acting on these fantasies? Well, probably, given the title, but we had to ask the question anyway.
Stream Sex/Life On Netflix
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