The hunt for sequels: Serial novelties and returns in June
June: more sequels, less new content! Get ready for the serial hype! Series, films come out in dozens every month, what to choose to watch? Don’t know either? Then we recommend the site https://list-of-movies.ru/ that displays its selections, ratings of all new products and more, which means you can create your own list of what to watch for the weekend. And we continue to talk about the new TV series in June 2023.
New series June 2023
“Those days” / The Days. Catastrophic drama premieres June 1 on Netflix
The series is based on real events and tells the story of the accident at the Fukushima-1 nuclear power plant, which occurred as a result of the earthquake and tsunami in Tohoka on March 11, 2011. The story will be told through the eyes of members of the government, employees of the energy company and employees of the Fukushima-1 nuclear power plant. The series features Hideo Nakata, the director of the famous Japanese film The Ring.
“Idol” / The Idol. Drama, premieres June 4 on HBO
The series follows the complicated love relationship between a young pop star, Jocelyn, and the leader of a religious cult, Tedros. The main roles were played by Lily-Rose Depp and contemporary pop idol The Weeknd. “Idol” is considered one of the most interesting premieres of this year, but the project ran into problems during filming, as a result of which part of the cast and director Amy Seimetz left the project. The script was significantly changed and the production required reshoots.
“Based on real events” / Based on a True Story. Comedy thriller premieres June 8 on Peacock
America is obsessed with crime, and three resourceful characters – a former tennis star, a realtor and a plumber – decide to use it to their advantage. Based on a true story is a comedy thriller starring Kaley Cuoco and Chris Messina. Peacock decided to release all of the season’s episodes at once, following in the footsteps of Netflix.
Anthology Crime Drama Psychological Thriller: A Crowded Room arrives June 9 on Apple TV+!
The Crowded Room is an anthology series based on the true events of Daniel Keyes’ documentary novel The Many Minds of Billy Milligan. It tells the story of a young Danny Sullivan, who is arrested for the crime of shooting in New York in 1979. The story of Danny, who suffers from multiple personality disorders, is revealed through an interview with physician Ria Goodwin.
Don’t miss the start of the series on June 9, starring Tom Holland and Amanda Seyfried!
Zombie horror lives on: the new season of The Walking Dead: Dead City is on AMC on June 15!
The Walking Dead has ended after 11 seasons, but its world continues to come alive. Dead City is the fifth spin-off of the franchise, which focuses on Lauren Cohan and Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s characters Maggie and Negan. They travel to post-apocalyptic Manhattan in search of Maggie’s kidnapped son, and will face danger from both the living and the zombies along the way.
Don’t miss the premiere on June 15 on the AMC channel!
Spy thriller and superheroes: Secret Invasion launches June 21 on Disney+!
The Skrulls have infiltrated every level of power on Earth, and Nick Fury is forced to team up with agents Everett Ross and Maria Hill, as well as Skrull leader Talos, to avert the coming catastrophe. Secret Invasion will bring back familiar characters including Samuel L. Jackson and Ben Mendelsohn and explore the political paranoia found in the comic book series of the same name.
Premieres June 21st on Disney+!
A disturbing thriller in the sky: Flight Hijacked starts June 28 on Apple TV+!
Flight KA29 from Dubai to London lasts seven hours, but everything changes when unknown people hijack the plane. Experienced negotiator Sam Nelson decides to use his professional skills to save the passengers. But will he be able to handle the situation? Idris Elba is the star and producer of this unsettling thriller.
Don’t miss the premiere on June 28 on Apple TV+!
Neo-Western New Season: Joe Pickett Lives on Paramount+!
A continuation of the story of Joe Pickett, a Wyoming hunter, and his family in the small town of Saddlestring. The protagonist is not afraid to challenge lawbreakers. The series is based on characters from CJ Box’s Joe Pickett books.
Watch the new season now on Paramount+!
“Cruel Summer”: A story about power, treason and fate
Get ready for an intense wave of emotions as the second season of the tri-genre thriller, mystery and drama titled Cruel Summer premieres on Freeform on June 5th. The events unfold in a Texas town where the popular beauty Kate suddenly disappears, and her place is taken by Jeanette, who becomes the most popular girl in town. However, the future star is doomed to soon become the one whom all of America despises. Watch this exciting series and find out which path Janette will take and what secrets and violent plots this summer hides.
“It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”: Sharp jokes and narcissistic friends will return to the screens
Are you ready to laugh to tears? It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Season 16 of the cult sitcom, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, kicking off June 7 on FXX, making it one of the longest-running sitcoms in American television history. And it’s not over yet! After the new season, two more are planned to be released. Join these narcissistic friends on their crazy adventures, and you will find a lot of humor, unexpected twists and, of course, Danny DeVito, who will give this show a unique charm and poignancy.
“I Never…”: Devi Vishwakumar’s Story Ends
On June 8th, the fourth and final season of the comedy-drama “I’ve Never…” will premiere on Netflix, in which we will meet again with the Indian-American girl Davy Vishwakumar. She faces new life challenges and we look forward to seeing how she handles them. This critically acclaimed teen show has garnered huge popularity for its fun and heartfelt storytelling approach. Don’t miss the finale of Davy’s story, which will bring a lot of laughter, nostalgia and unforgettable moments.
Star Trek: Stranger New Worlds: Revisiting the Beginning of the Epic Saga
The second season of Star Trek: Stranger New Worlds, a spin-off of Star Trek: Discovery and a prequel to Star Trek: The Original Series, will premiere on Paramount+ on June 15 at Paramount+. In this episode, we’ll dive into the adventures of Captain Christopher Pike and his crew on the USS Enterprise (NCC-1701), which unfolded a decade before the events of the Original Series. Expand your horizons and go with the heroes to new, unknown worlds.
Black Mirror: A look into the future of technology
The sixth season of the cult sci-fi drama Black Mirror premieres on Netflix on June 15. This anthology series consists of 5 exciting episodes, each of which presents a different story about the impact of the latest technology on our society. Showrunner David Bruckner said that every season should be different and constantly reinvent itself, and season 6 will feature great actors like Salma Hayek, Aaron Paul, Josh Hartnett, Michael Cera, Kate Mara and Zazie Beetz. Get ready for amazing stories that will make you think about our future and the challenges of technology.
Outlander: Historical drama continues its journey through time
Premiere Date: June 16 Streaming: Starz Season: 7
Claire Randall, a time traveler, travels back in time and encounters the dark ways of the 18th century. After the seventh season, the final one will be released, concluding this dramatic story.
“Righteous Gemstones”: Crime black comedy that will not leave you indifferent
Premiere Date: June 18 Streaming: Max Season: 3
Danny McBride’s new season of absurdist satire follows a not-too-pleasant family of televangelists. Do you trust TV preachers?
“And just like that”: the return of the cult series
Premiere Date: June 22 Streaming: Max Season: 2
Kerry Bradshaw, a New York-based columnist and podcaster, keeps talking to her girlfriends about sex. Despite the criticism, the new season of Sex and the City is already on the way.
“Bear”: Comedy and drama in one bottle
Premiere Date: June 22 Streaming: FX Network Season: 2
The first season of the project was recognized by viewers and critics. Everyone liked the story of young chef Carmi Berzatto. The return to the screens of the second season is becoming one of the most anticipated events of June.
“Pride”: Immersion in the world of youth basketball
Release date: June 23 Streaming: Apple TV+ Season: 2
The series “Pride” explores the world of youth basketball, where passions are burning. Young players, coaches and their families have serious ambitions, but they have to overcome many difficulties on the way to success.
The Witcher: Return of the magical adventure universe
Premiere Date: June 29 Streaming: Netflix Season: 3
The plot of the third season of The Witcher is based on Andrzej Sapkowski’s novel The Hour of Contempt. Spectators are promised large-scale events, and the season will consist of two parts. The first part will be released on Netflix on June 29, and the second on July 27.
“Warrior”: The third season of the martial arts series
Premiere Date: June 29 Streaming: Max Season: 3
On the 29th, the third season of “Warrior” starts, which is great news for all fans of martial arts. The creators of the series implemented the original idea of Bruce Lee, which originated in the 70s, but, unfortunately, was not implemented by the legendary martial artist himself.
Jack Ryan: The Return of the Spy Thriller
Premiere Date: June 30 Streaming: Amazon Prime Video Season: 4
At the end of the month, Jack Ryan, a former Marine and current CIA analyst, is expected to return, who is forced to leave his office job and go to work on the field. Thanks to his professional skills, the protagonist has already prevented many disasters, but this time the most dangerous test awaits him. The fourth season promises to be the final one.