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New Arrivals for Netflix June 2023

by Andrew J. Salazar
Henry Cavill stars Geralt of Rivia for the last time in THE WITCHER Season 3 coming to Netflix in June 2023.

June 2023 is packing tons of new original content for Netflix subscribers. Fan-favorite Netflix shows like Never Have I Ever and Love Is Blind have already returned with their newest seasons this month and with the long-awaited debuts of Black Mirror Season 6 and The Witcher Season 3 still on the way, there’s almost too much to keep track of! The streamer is also packing some notable original film releases in the incoming weeks, the biggest of which is the action blockbuster-sized sequel Extraction 2 led by mega-star Chris Hemsworth. Elsewhere in June 2023, subscribers can look forward to the new original psychological horror film Run Rabbit Run led by Sarah Snook of Succession fame.

Animation fans have a very special treat with the Netflix premiere of Nimona as well, a film that was originally in production at Blue Sky Studios but was canceled by Disney after the Fox-Merger. Based on the fantasy graphic novel of the same name by cartoonist and She-Ra and the Princesses of Power creator ND Stevenson, it was reported that Disney pushed back against Nimona‘s open LGBTQ characters and themes. Thankfully, Annapurna Pictures revived the project with DNEG providing the film’s 3D animation and Netflix as its worldwide distributor. Chloë Grace Moretz provides the voice of main character Nimona, a teenage shapeshifter who partners with former knight Ballister Blackheart, voiced by Riz Ahmed, for an unlikely whimsical adventure.

In terms of new and returning films to Netflix’s revolving streaming library, there’s plenty to choose from in June 2023. Subscribers can never go wrong with classics like Sam Raimi‘s original Spider-Man trilogy or James Cameron’s Terminator 2: Judgment Day. Hit comedies like Groundhog Day, Bruce Almighty, and Mean Girls and older animated films like Surf’s Up, The Angry Birds Movie, and Mr. Peabody & Sherman are also now streaming on Netflix this month. Looking to catch up on some of last year’s Oscar nominees? Then To Lesie and Living are the go-to picks. Finally, those excited for Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer might want to rewatch the director’s previous war film Dunkirk when it returns to Netflix on June 12, 2023.

Read more on our monthly recs below and see the full list of everything coming to and leaving Netflix in June 2023. You can also find out what just got added to Disney+, HBO and Max, and Prime Video this month right here on DiscussingFilm.

Our Recs:

Extraction 2

EXTRACTION 2 | Official Trailer | Netflix

Despite seemingly dying at the end of the first film, Chris Hemsworth is back as Tyler Rake for another unthinkable mission. The first Extraction became the most-watched original film in Netflix’s history at the time of its release in 2020, so Extraction 2 has quite the legacy to live up to. Director Sam Hargrave returns with a script by Joe Russo, based on the graphic novel Ciudad by himself, Ande Parks, Anthony Russo, Fernando León González, and Eric Skillman. The Russo brothers are producing under their AGBO banner.

For those that don’t know, Sam Hargrave is a Russo Bros. protege with the director being a stunt coordinator, second unit director, and even Captain America’s stunt double on numerous Marvel productions. In Extraction 2, Tyler Rake is personally tasked with extracting an infamous Georgian gangster’s family from a prison. Golshifteh Farahani also returns as Tyler’s mercenary partner Nik Kahn. The sequel includes Adam Bessa, Olga Kurylenko, Tinatin Dalakishvili, Andro Jafaridze, and Daniel Bernhardt in its supporting cast. Fans of action cinema definitely won’t want to miss out on Extraction 2, and perhaps have it on repeat this summer on Netflix.

Extraction 2 releases on Netflix June 16, 2023!

Black Mirror: Season 6

Black Mirror: Season 6 | Official Trailer | Netflix

Series creators Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones are back with another season of Black Mirror after a four-year hiatus. The long break was partially due to intellectual property issues with the Dutch media company Endemol – the show’s original owner before Netflix got involved with co-producing – and also partially due to the pandemic, with Brooker saying that new episodes would have been “too depressing” for audiences at the time. Now, the creative duo has started a new production company called Broke and Bones with Netflix subscribers investing a hefty $100 million in order to give new episodes of Black Mirror a larger cinematic scope.

This latest season of Black Mirror will feature six episodes; “Joan is Awful” starring Annie Murphy, Salma Hayek Pinault, Michael Cera, Himesh Patel, Rob Delaney, and Ben Barnes; “Loch Henry” starring Samuel Blenkin, Myha’la Herrold, Daniel Portman, John Hannah, and Monica Dolan; “Beyond the Sea” starring Aaron Paul, Josh Hartnett, Kate Mara, Auden Thornton, and Rory Culkin; “Mazey Day” starring Zazie Beetz, Clara Rugaard, Danny Ramirez; and “Demon 79′ starring Anjana Vasan, Paapa Essiedu, Katherine Rose Morley, and David Shields. If Black Mirror Season 6 is just as much a smash as past seasons, then it shouldn’t be too long until the streaming platform graces viewers with another installment.

Black Mirror: Season 6 debuts on Netflix June 15, 2023!

The Witcher: Season 3 Volume 1

The Witcher: Season 3 | Official Trailer | Netflix

Falling in line with previous highly-anticipated Netflix original releases like Stranger Things Season 4 and You Season 4, The Witcher Season 3 will be split in half with Volume 1 premiering on June 29, 2023, consisting of the first five episodes. The Witcher Season 3 Volume 2, which will collect episodes six through eight, is set to be released a month later on July 27. Based on the fantasy novel series of the same name by Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski, this latest season of The Witcher will mainly follow Geralt of Rivia’s epic journey to protect Ciri of Cinatra at all costs from the endless waves of monarchs and monsters who seek out her Elder Blood and powerful magic for their own sinister desires.

The magically enhanced monster hunter Geralt and the Crown Princess Ciri are linked by destiny, and Season 3 will test their bond to the limits. As many fans already know, main star Henry Cavill will be leaving The Witcher after this season. The former Superman actor announced his departure last October with little reason being teased besides wanting to pursue other projects. Some people have speculated that his exit from the show could be due to creative differences or even because he was gearing up to play Superman again before James Gunn and Peter Safran took over DC Studios, but neither of these claims come with direct evidence.

Henry Cavill will be passing the leading role of Geralt of Rivia to Hunger Games star Liam Hemsworth for The Witcher Season 4 and so forth. Freya Allan as Ciri of Cinatra, Joey Batey as Jaskier, and the rest of the cast will be staying around as planned. Showrunner Lauren Schmidt has tased that Cavill will be receiving “the most heroic sendoff” this season while also putting Geralt in a very interesting place for Liam Hemsworth to take over. With the live-action prequel series The Witcher: Blood Origin, which released last December, also tying into these new episodes, fans have a lot to look forward to.

The Witcher: Season 3 Volume 1 premieres on Netflix June 29, 2023!

New Netflix Arrivals for June 2023

Coming June 1

THE DAYS (Netflix Series)
A Beautiful Life (Netflix Film)
LEGO Ninjago: Dragons Rising (Netflix Family)
The Angry Birds Movie
The Breakfast Club
Bruce Almighty
The Choice
Dear John
Death at a Funeral
Dune (1984)
End of Days
Forever My Girl
Funny People
Groundhog Day
How High
The Italian Job
Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius
Kicking & Screaming
The Kingdom
Magic Mike
Mean Girls
The Mick: Seasons 1-2
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Muster Dogs
Nanny McPhee
Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang
The Ring
Spider-Man 2
Spider-Man 3
Stuart Little
Stuart Little 2
Surf’s Up
Terminator 2: Judgment Day
To Leslie
We’re the Millers

Coming June 2

Manifest: Season 4 Part 2 (Netflix Series)
Missed Connections (Netflix Film)
Rich in Love 2 (Netflix Film)
Scoop (Netflix Series)
Valeria: Season 3 (Netflix Series)

Coming June 5

Barracuda Queens (Netflix Series)
Ben 10: Seasons 1-4

Coming June 6

My Little Pony: Make Your Mark: Chapter 4 (Netflix Family)

Coming June 7

Arnold (Netflix Documentary)
Love Is Blind: Season 3 (Netflix Series)

Coming June 8

Never Have I Ever: Season 4 (Netflix Series)
Tour de France: Unchained (Netflix Documentary)

Coming June 9

A Lot Like Love
Bloodhounds (Netflix Series)
Human Resources: Season 2 (Netflix Series)
The Playing Card Killer (Netflix Documentary)
Tex Mex Motors (Netflix Series)
This World Can’t Tear Me Down (Netflix Series)
The Wonder Weeks (Netflix Film)
You Do You (Netflix Film)

Coming June 12

Tom and Jerry Tales: Seasons 1-2

Coming June 13

Amy Schumer: Emergency Contact (NETFLIX COMEDY)

Coming June 14

Forged in Fire: Season 8
Married at First Sight: Season 13
Our Planet II (Netflix Documentary)
The Surrogacy (Netflix Series)

Coming June 15

Black Mirror: Season 6 (Netflix Series)
Cold Case Files: Season 2

Coming June 16

Black Clover: Sword of the Wizard King (Netflix Anime)
Extraction 2 (Netflix Film)

Coming June 17

Grey’s Anatomy Season 19
King the Land (Netflix Series)
See You in My 19th Life (Netflix Series)
Suits Seasons 1-8

Coming June 19

My Little Pony: The Movie
Not Quite Narwhal (Netflix Family)
Take Care of Maya (Netflix Documentary)

Coming June 20

85 South: Ghetto Legends (Netflix Comedy)

Coming June 21

Break Point: Part 2 (Netflix Documentary)
The UnXplained with William Shatner: Season 2

Coming June 22

Devil’s Advocate (Netflix Series)
Glamorous (Netflix Series)
Let’s Get Divorced (Netflix Series)
Skull Island (Netflix Series)
Sleeping Dog (Netflix Series)

Coming June 23

Catching Killers: Season 3 (Netflix Documentary)
iNumber Number: Jozi Gold (Netflix Film)
King of Clones (Netflix Documentary)
Make Me Believe (Netflix Film)
On the Line: The Richard Williams Story
The Perfect Find (Netflix Film)
Pokémon Ultimate Journeys: The Series Part 3 (Netflix Family)
Through My Window: Across the Sea (Netflix Film)

Coming June 26

The Imitation Game

Coming June 28

Delete (Netflix Series)
Eldorado: Everything the Nazis Hate (Netflix Documentary)
Hoarders: Season 13
Muscles & Mayhem: An Unauthorized Story of American Gladiators (Netflix Documentary) 
Run Rabbit Run (Netflix Film)

Coming June 29

Ōoku: The Inner Chambers (Netflix Anime)
The Witcher: Season 3 Volume 1 (Netflix Series)

Coming June 30

Alone: Season 9
Celebrity (Netflix Series)
Is It Cake, Too?! (Netflix Series)
Nimona (Netflix Film)
Tayo The Little Bus: Season 5

Everything leaving Netflix in June

Some noteworthy films and shows are sadly saying goodbye to Netflix in June 2023. When it comes to shows, subscribers might want to binge Shooter, The Garfield Show, and The Mole before they expire from the streaming service this month. The most popular films getting removed from Netflix in June 2023 include the zombie action-epic World War Z, the beloved romantic comedy How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, and the cult horror film The Mist which is based on the novella of the same name by Stephen King. Finally, moviegoers who fell in love with Puss in Boots: The Last Wish last year will want to stream the original DreamWorks film, 2011’s Puss in Boots, before it leaves Netflix at the end of the month. Check out the full list of everything leaving Netflix in June 2023 below.

Leaving June 1

Garth Brooks: The Road I’m On: Season 1

Leaving June 8

Bathtubs Over Broadway

Leaving June 13

Marlon: Seasons 1-2
The Mole: Seasons 3-4

Leaving June 14

Cold Case Files: Season 1

Leaving June 15

The Darkness

Leaving June 19


Leaving June 20

Shooter: Seasons 1-3

Leaving June 21

The Mist

Leaving June 29

Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom

Leaving June 30

Chappelle’s Show: Seasons 1-2
The Garfield Show: Seasons 1-2
How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days
Jerry Maguire
Puss in Boots
Resident Evil: Afterlife
Resident Evil: Apocalypse
The Stepfather
The Taking of Pelham 123
World War Z

Check out what’s also coming to the following streaming services in June 2023:

 Prime Video
– Disney+
– HBO and Max

Follow Managing Editor Andrew J. Salazar on Twitter: @AndrewJ626

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