The best new film and TV shows in June 2023

The best new film and TV shows in June 2023



Lights, camera, movies.

We all love to kick back and enjoy some screen time with our favourite films and TV shows. Whether you're in the mood for mind-blowing documentaries or heart-pounding dramas, there's a wide array of options to satisfy every taste. And hold on tight because June is bringing some amazing projects to the forefront. So grab your popcorn and let the entertainment begin.

The Boogeyman: 1 June

The Boogeyman is a horror film that delves into the unsettling story of Sadie Harper, a high school student and her younger sister Sawyer. Struggling to cope with the recent loss of their mother, the girls find themselves lacking support from their father, a therapist consumed by his own anguish. Their world takes a terrifying turn when an unexpected and desperate patient arrives at their doorstep seeking help.

Last Sentinel: 1 June

Last Sentinel is an action film set on a near-future Earth. The story revolves around a squad of soldiers who find themselves stranded on an abandoned military base. In a high-stakes scenario, they are left waiting anxiously for either relief or the impending arrival of the enemy, whichever comes first.

About My Father: 1 June

About My Father is a comedy film that brings together the comedic talents of Sebastian Maniscalco and Robert De Niro. The story revolves around Sebastian, who is persuaded by his fiancée to introduce his immigrant father to her incredibly wealthy and wonderfully eccentric family. As the weekend unfolds, a clash of cultures takes place.

Book Club: The Next Chapter: 1 June

Book Club: The Next Chapter is a chick-flick that sees four best friends on a brand-new adventure. This time, they decide to take their beloved book club to Italy, embarking on the exciting girls' trip they've always dreamed of. Get ready to be swept away as their journey unfolds, filled with laughter, friendship and the joy of discovering new stories in the enchanting backdrop of Italy.

Quicksand: 1 June

Quicksand is a thrilling movie that plunges viewers into the harrowing story of a married couple on the verge of divorce. During their hike through a rainforest in Colombia, a treacherous turn of events leaves them trapped in unforgiving quicksand. Now, they must put aside their differences and unite in a desperate struggle for survival.

Medellin: 2 June

Medellin is an action-packed movie that plunges into a high-stakes mission of rescue and redemption. Faced with the perilous situation of his brother's capture by dangerous narcos in Medellin, Reda takes matters into his own hands. Determined to save his brother, he assembles a skilled team and orchestrates a daring raid on the kidnappers in the heart of Colombia.

Zara Hatke Zara Bachke: 2 June

Zara Hatke Zara Bachke is a Bollywood movie that takes us on a heartwarming journey with a couple striving to create a home of their own, away from the embrace of their extended family. Seeking a solution, they turn to the Indian Government's program which aims to provide affordable housing for all.

Shooting Stars: 3 June

Shooting Stars offers a captivating glimpse into the formative years of basketball icon LeBron James. Based on the acclaimed book "Shooting Stars" by LeBron and Buzz Bissinger, this movie adaptation delves into the inspiring journey of young LeBron.

Transformers: Rise of the Beasts: 8 June

Transformers: Rise of the Beasts takes us back to the 1990s, when a new chapter unfolds in the epic battle between Autobots and Decepticons on Earth. This time, the Maximals enter the fray, adding a thrilling new dimension to the conflict.

The Flash: 15 June

Ezra Miller returns as The Flash, ready to take fans on a thrilling and action-packed cinematic experience. The Flash confronts powerful adversaries and navigates complex storylines that delve into his origin and personal journey.

Elemental: 15 June

Elemental invites viewers into a captivating world where different elemental residents coexist in a bustling city. The latest Pixar movie centres around Ember and Wade, two individuals navigating life in this unique urban landscape. In this imaginative setting, fire, water, land and air residents live side by side, each harnessing their distinct elemental powers.

Adipurush: 16 June

This Bollywood movie takes audiences on an epic journey set in a world of myth and legends. Adipurush follows Raghav, Janaki and Shesh, a family living a peaceful life in the wilderness while serving a 14-year exile from their kingdom. However, their tranquillity is shattered when Demoness Shurpankha attempts to seduce the brothers and harm Janaki.

Extraction 2: 16 June

Get ready for the long-awaited action-packed sequel, Extraction 2, featuring the return of Chris Hemsworth in the role of the skilled mercenary, Tyler Rake, who is once again recruited for a dangerous and high-stakes mission, showcasing his relentless determination and exceptional combat skills.

Spider-man: Across the Spider-Verse: 22 June

A web-slinging adventure like never before, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, sees Miles Morales catapulted across the Multiverse. He encounters a team of extraordinary Spider-People, each assigned the crucial task of safeguarding the Multiverse's existence. However, when differing viewpoints collide on how to confront a formidable new threat, Miles is faced with a defining moment to redefine his understanding of heroism.

Bait el Ruby: 22 June

Bait el Ruby revolves around Ibrahim Al Ruby, who, after a private family event is unintentionally exposed on social media, makes a life-altering decision. Determined to escape the pressures of modern life, Ibrahim moves to a peaceful village, seeking solace and tranquillity. However, when Ibrahim's younger brother convinces him to return to the city, the entire family embarks on a remarkable journey filled with unexpected twists and turns.

No Hard Feelings: 29 June

No Hard Feelings follows a woman who finds herself facing the imminent loss of her cherished childhood home. In a desperate attempt to save it, she reluctantly agrees to enter into an unusual arrangement with a wealthy couple. Their proposition involves dating their introverted and socially awkward 19-year-old son, who is preparing to embark on his college journey.

Run Rabbit Run: 29 June

Run Rabbit Run sees a fertility doctor whose strong beliefs about life and death are about to be tested. As she starts noticing peculiar behaviour in her young daughter, she is compelled to reevaluate her life and confront a haunting figure from her past.

Indiana Jones & The Dial of Destiny: 30 June

In the action-packed adventure film Indiana Jones: The Dial of Destiny, archaeologist Indiana Jones takes centre stage as he embarks on a high-stakes race against time. His mission? To retrieve a fabled dial possessing the power to alter the course of history itself. Joined by his courageous goddaughter, he dives headfirst into a thrilling quest that will test his wit, agility, and resourcefulness. However, the stakes intensify as he confronts a formidable adversary.

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Scoop: 2 June

Scoop is an Indian crime drama series that revolves around the shocking murder of a journalist setting off a chain of events that propel a crime reporter into a relentless pursuit of justice. As the reporter delves deeper into the case, the series takes viewers on a gripping and suspenseful journey.

Manifest: 2 June

The highly anticipated final episodes of Manifest are set to release on Netflix, bringing closure to the mysterious series. As viewers have followed the enthralling journey of the passengers of Flight 828, who mysteriously disappeared and reappeared years later, the final episodes promise to unravel the remaining secrets and provide answers to long-standing questions.

The Idol: 4 June

The Idol, created by Sam Levinson, the mastermind behind the acclaimed series, Euphoria, and featuring the creative talents of Abel Tesfaye, is set to make a lasting impact. With a Cannes screening that generated buzz and anticipation, The Idol promises to deliver an immersive and gripping viewing experience.

Arnold: 7 June

In the upcoming docuseries Arnold, audiences will be taken on an intimate journey through the extraordinary life and career of the legendary Arnold Schwarzenegger. This compelling series delves into the multifaceted aspects of his journey, chronicling his rise from a bodybuilding champion to a beloved Hollywood icon and ultimately, a successful politician.

Never Have I Ever: 8 June

Never Have I Ever fans have much to look forward to with the upcoming fourth and final season. Created by Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher, the show follows the life of Devi Vishwakumar, a first-generation Indian-American teenager navigating the complexities of high school, friendships, and romance. The fourth season is expected to bring more laughter, heartwarming moments and relatable coming-of-age stories.

And Just Like That: 22 June 

Get ready for a nostalgic reunion with your favourite characters in the highly anticipated series And Just Like That. Returning to the beloved world of Carrie Bradshaw, this series takes viewers on a journey alongside Carrie Bradshaw, Miranda Hobbes, and Charlotte York as they navigate the complexities of life, love and friendship in their 50s.

The Witcher: 29 June

Fans of the hit series The Witcher can look forward to Henry Cavill's final season in the titular role. This highly anticipated season marks a significant turning point for Geralt, as he confronts his own emotions and wrestles with the repercussions of his stoic facade. This season, viewers will witness Geralt's evolution as he navigates a complex world of shifting alliances, moral dilemmas, and personal introspection.