Check out the full list of exciting new films and TV shows coming to the platform below.
Sweet Tooth (June 4)
In a post-apocalyptic society where hybrid humans are feared and hunted down, Gus, a sheltered half-boy and half-deer, embarks on a perilous adventure to uncover his real identity. Along the way, he finds an unlikely ally in a wandering loner named Jepperd. Together, the pair traverse a dangerous world filled with allies and enemies, in order to find the true meaning of home.
Starring: Christian Convery, Nonso Anozie, Adeel Akhtar
Trese (June 11)
Set in a Manila where creatures of Philippine folklore roam the night, Alexandra Trese, a detective in pursuit of the the supernatural, goes head-to-head with the criminal underworld.
Starring: Liza Soberano, Shay Mitchell
Lupin: Part 2 (June 11)
Part two of the Netflix breakout crime thriller is almost here! In the midst of searching for Raoul, Assane dodges Hubert and his henchmen, while drawing up a grand plan to reveal his crimes. Luckily, he finds an unlikely ally along the way.
Starring: Omar Sy, Etan Simon, Herve Pierre
Hospital Playlist: Season 2 (June 17)
It’s a good month for K-drama fans as the long-awaited second season of Hospital Playlist is right around the corner. Not much has been divulged about its plot yet, but the show's Netflix synopsis reads: “It’s another season of extraordinary days for the doctors and patients inside a hospital, where birth, death and everything in between coexist.”
Starring: Jo Jung Suk, Yoo Yeon Seok, Jung Kyung Ho, Kim Dae Myung, Jeon Mi Do
Nevertheless (June 20)
Sparks fly when an unapologetic flirt, who refuses to take relationships seriously, meets his match in a girl eager to play into the dating game despite her own reservations about love, caused by a past trauma.
Starring: Song Kang, Han So Hee, Chae Jong Hyeop
So Not Worth It (Coming Soon)
A group of students hailing from different countries all cross paths and experience the woes of youth while living together in a dormitory in Seoul. This Netflix original sitcom will also feature K-pop idols Minnie of (G)-idle, and Youngjae of GOT7.
Starring: Park Se Wan, Shin Hyeon Seung, Choi Young Jae, Minnie, Han Hyun Min
Cara x Jagger (June 3)
Equipped with a condition that gives her extraordinarily sharp memory, Cara must help her ex-boyfriend, Jagger, who’s suffering from amnesia, to remember all the important details of his past, after she’s hired by Jagger’s grandfather.
Starring: Jasmine Curtis-Smith, Ruru Madrid
Babae at Baril/The Girl and the Gun (June 3)
Sick of the abuse she faces, a department store saleslady’s life turns upside down when she finds a peculiar gun on her doorstep. Deciding to use it to settle scores, she soon discovers both the power the weapon can give, and the anguish it can cause.
Starring: Janine Gutierrez, Elijah Canlas, Felix Roco, JC Santos
Sweet & Sour (June 4)
Faced with the difficulties of a long distance relationship, Jang Hyuk struggles to maintain his connection with his girlfriend, Da Eun, all while dealing with Bo Young, a woman giving him fierce competition at work.
Starring: Jang Ki Yong, Krystal Jung, Chae Soo Bin
Fatherhood (June 18)
Based on a heartbreaking true story, a clueless, single father must bring up his baby girl alone when his wife unexpectedly passes a day after giving birth to their child.
Starring: Kevin Hart, Melody Hurd
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