Netflix has already had a healthy list of new releases in June, 2017, but there is still more to come that will make this summer a little more of a treat for those who need a good evening on the couch with a movie or TV show.
Since we're only 10 days into June right now, Netflix is gearing up to kick off some premieres that many subscribers have been waiting a long time to see, according to TV Guide.
Let's just take a look at some of the Netflix originals coming out next week that fans really love. That includes some high-profile returning, and debut shows to Netflix.
Get a beer with the Bennett boys. Join the stars of #TheRanch in Nashville for a sneak peek of the new season! (21+) https://t.co/1BRaEBCD3b pic.twitter.com/RxCEst2lMcFirst of all, the Netflix original comedy series starring Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson will be coming back with Part 3 of The Ranch. As most Netflix subscribers may already know, Masterson and Kutcher were also co-stars on That 70s Show on Fox in the early part of the millennium.
— The Ranch (@theranchnetflix) June 2, 2017
The Ranch Part 3 premieres on Netflix on June 16.
Just one day earlier, Netflix subscribers will also get a special Marvel fix when Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Season 4 debuts on the streaming platform. June 15 will also play host to the premiere of Marco Luque: Tamo Junto (Netflix original) and Mr. Gaga: A True Story of Love and Dance.
There is also no better time than summer for Netflix to debut a Charles Manson thriller. On June 16, Netflix subscribers will get Season 2 of Aquarius, starring The X-Files and Californication actor David Duchovny. Also debuting on the same day are Counterpunch (Netflix original), El Chapo: Season 1 and World of Winx: Season 2 (Netflix original).
Check out the Netflix list below for all other releases that are still to come in June, 2017.
June 10Black Snow (Nieve Negra)Daughters of the DustHavenhurstSword Master
June 13Oh, Hello On Broadway (Netflix original)
June 14Quantico: Season 2
June 15Marco Luque: Tamo Junto (Netflix original)Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Season 4Mr. Gaga: A True Story of Love and Dance
June 16Aquarius: Season 2
Hodiak will see you now. #Aquarius starts NOW on @nbc. pic.twitter.com/MMO6zpdBJYCounterpunch (Netflix original)El Chapo: Season 1The Ranch: Part 3 (Netflix original)World of Winx: Season 2 (Netflix original)
— Aquarius (@nbcaquarius) September 4, 2016
June 17Grey's Anatomy: Season 13Scandal: Season 6The Stanford Prison Experiment
June 18Shooter: Season 1
June 20Amar Akbar & TonyDisney's MoanaRory Scovel Tries Stand-Up For The First Time (Netflix original)
June 21Baby Daddy: Season 6Young & Hungry: Season 5
June 23American AnarchistFree Rein: Season 1 (Netflix original)GLOW: Season 1 (Netflix original)Nobody Speak: Trials of the Free Press (Netflix original)You Get Me (Netflix original)
June 26No Escape
June 27Chris D'Elia: Man on Fire (Netflix original)
June 28Okja (Netflix original)
June 30Chef & My Fridge: CollectionGypsy: Season 1 (Netflix original)It's Only the End of the WorldLittle Witch Academia: Season 1 (Netflix original)The Weekend
For those who have not been keeping up with the Netflix new releases in June, 2017, so far, then you should know that there has been several that are fantastic and fan-favorites. That includes Season 5 of Orange is the New Black, Season 4 of The 100, The Sixth Sense, Catwoman, My Left Foot, The Queen, Zodiac, Young Frankenstein, The Any Bully, The Bucket List, and Season 2 of Flaked.
Fans of The 100 and other The CW shows like Supernatural will also have something to cheer about now that Netflix and the broadcast network have reached an exclusive deal for content. What that basically means is that all of The CW shows that stream on Netflix will be going to the streaming platform much earlier than they had in previous years. With the new contract, fans will get to stream these shows on Netflix as early as seven days after the season finale.
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