Netflix recently announced the list of TV shows and movies that are debuting on the online streaming platform this month. From the long list of shows, it is clear that June will be another month of plain binge watching.
Right from renew seasons of television shows to some fantastic and Cannes nominated movies, there is something for all. But there are a few TV shows and movies that deserve your attention this month.
So what should you watch this summer? Here are a few hand-picked recommendations that you absolutely must watch.
Young Frankenstein (June 1)
The 1974 horror fantasy movie Young Frankenstein directed by Mel Brookes features Frankenstein inheriting his grandfather's castle only to discover a book full of experiments and begins reworking on them.
Orange is the New Black: Season 5 (June 9)
The new season of Orange is the New Black returns for a brand new season. The reviews of the show are hitting the internet and the fifth season is being branded as the darkest season yet of the series. Spoiler: IndieWire shares that a new star will emerge in the upcoming season.
Daughters of the Dust (June 10)
The beauty of a masterpiece never really dies and Daughters of the Dust proves it. The 1991 indie film was the first feature film directed by an African-American woman, Julia Dash. Set in 1902, the movie delves into the story of the migration of several generations of Gullah women in the US. The movie was restored last year and will be available for streaming on Netflix.
Grey's Anatomy: Season 13 (June 17)
Though the season has premiered on ABC, the Shonda Rhime medical drama will be available for complete season viewing on Netflix starting this month. Catch up on all that Meredith Grey – Nathan Riggs on the online streaming platform.
Scandal: Season 6 (June 17)
Another Shonda Rhimes show has been picked up for complete viewing this month by Netflix. The full season 6 of ABC's Scandal will be available on the online platform.
Glow: Season 1 (June 23)
Set in the 1980s, Glow spins around the tale of unemployed actresses working hard to keep their dreams of acting alive by donning the role of female wrestlers. The comedy show stars Alison Brie, Betty Gilpin and Marc Maron in the lead.
Nobody Speak: Trials of the Free Press (June 23)
Rated 7.7 on IMDb, Nobody Speak: Trials of the Free Press is a documentary that shows Hulk Hogan against Gawker Media for the freedom of the press. The documentary raises numerous questions about how money can shut down the media and attempts to highlight the duties of press.
Okja (June 28)
One of the most talked about movies at Cannes 2017, Okja was nominated from Netflix at the prestigious film festival. The science fiction film was directed by Bong Joon-ho and tells the story about a girl risk everything to save a massive animal from a MNC. The film features Tilda Swinton and Jake Gyllenhaal and it received a standing ovation from the audience at Cannes.
Gypsy: Season 1 (June 30)
With the sensually hot trailer, Gypsy has got many viewers curious already. The Netflix Original features Naomi Watts in the lead playing a therapist who develops a dangerous and intimate relationship with one of the people in her patients' lives.
It's Only the End of the World (June 30)
Released in 2016, It's Only the End of the World was presented at numerous film festivals including the TIFF. The film is based on the French play Juste la fin du monde by Jean-Luc Lagarce, the English adaptation is made by Xavier Dolan and stars Marion Cotillard, Léa Seydoux and Gaspard Ulliel in the lead. The film deals with the story of a man who returns to his childhood home after several years and reopens many old wounds.