Last month saw one of Netflix's biggest ever hits returning to the platform and leaving fans on tenterhooks, dropping only half of its season and ending on a cliffhanger.

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We are, of course, talking about Bridgerton, which is coming back for the second part of its third season this June, and is sure to be top of many viewers' watchlists.

However, that's not all that's coming to the platform this month, with exciting new series such as Supacell dropping alongside returning shows including Sweet Tooth and reality series Perfect Match.

There are also new films to look out for such as Hit Man, Trigger Warning and A Family Affair, while the platform continues to acquire classic series and movies as well.

With other new additions, including plenty of film favourites and fresh originals, scroll on to find out more about what's coming to Netflix in June 2024.

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New on Netflix this week (27th May – 2nd June)

Benedict Cumberbatch in Eric, stood alongside the puppet monster Eric and walking through an underground station
Benedict Cumberbatch in Eric. Netflix

The biggest new releases arriving on Netflix this week include new series such as Eric, Geek Girl and Raising Voices.

Here's a list of some of the best titles releasing this week. You can find a full list of everything releasing in June 2024 below.

  • Eric – This thriller from The Split's Abi Morgan stars Benedict Cumberbatch as Vincent, a puppeteer living in 1980s New York who investigates the disappearance of his son, alongside a vision of his son's monster puppet, Eric.
  • Geek Girl season 1 – Emily Carey stars in this drama based on the book series of the same name, about an awkward teenager whose life is turned upside down when she is scouted to be a model.
  • Raising Voices season 1 – Spanish drama series about a 17-year-old who reports a sexual assault at her high school and the investigation that follows.

New on Netflix UK in June

Saturday 1st June

  • Black Clover season 3 – Third season of the Japanese anime series.
  • Cold Copy (2023) – Thriller film about a journalist persuaded to manipulate her articles, starring Bel Powley.
  • Killing Eve season 3 – Third season of the BBC cat-and-mouse thriller starring Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer.
  • Lumberjack the Monster (2023) – Japanese crime thriller film.
  • New Amsterdam seasons 1-5 – American medical drama starring Doctor Who's Freema Agyeman.
  • Pilecki’s Report (2023) – Polish World War Two film about the life of Captain Witold Pilecki.
  • The Pretty One (2013) – Dark comedy drama about identical twins, starring Zoe Kazan.
  • Swoon (2019) – Swedish romantic historical drama film.
  • Too Old for Fairy Tales 2 (2024) – Polish coming-of-age comedy sequel film.
  • Young Sheldon season 6 – Sixth season of the Big Bang Theory prequel series.

Sunday 2nd June

  • Taskmaster season 14 – 2022 season of the comedy entertainment show, this time starring Dara Ó Briain, Fern Brady, John Kearns, Munya Chawawa and Sarah Millican.

Monday 3rd June

  • Little Baby Bum: Music Time season 2 – Second season of the animated children's series.
  • The Footballer, His Wife, and the Crash (2022) – Documentary film about the death of former Premier League star Jlloyd Samuel.

Tuesday 4th June

  • Antihero season 1 – Japanese mystery series about a lawyer who gets his client acquitted despite conclusive evidence they did it.
  • Jo Koy: Live from Brooklyn (2024) – Stand-up special from Jo Koy.
  • The Price of Nonna’s Inheritance (2024) – Italian comedy film.

Wednesday 5th June

  • Hitler and the Nazis: Evil on Trial – Docuseries about Nazi Germany and Adolf Hitler's rise to power.
  • LEGO: Ninjago: Dragons Rising season 2 part 2 – New episodes of the children's animated LEGO series.
  • Under Paris (2024) – French horror/thriller film about a giant shark appearing in the River Seine.

Thursday 6th June

  • Baki Hanma VS Kengan Ashura (2024) – Japanese anime film.
  • Basma (2024) – Saudi drama film about a young woman A young who returns to Jeddah after studying abroad to learn she's been shielded from difficult truths by her family.
  • Kübra season 2 – Second season of the Turkish drama series.
  • Nelma Kodama: The Queen of Dirty Money (2024) – Brazilian true crime documentary film.
  • Sweet Tooth season 3 – Third season of the fantasy series from executive producer Robert Downey Jr.

Friday 7th June

  • Hierarchy – Korean romantic teen drama series.
  • Hit Man (2024) – Romantic action comedy film from director Richard Linklater and starring Glen Powell, about a man who poses undercover as a hitman so he can arrest those trying to hire him.
  • Perfect Match season 2 – Second season of the Netflix reality competition series starring former contestants from the platform's other dating shows.

Wednesday 12th June

  • Mysteries of the Terracotta Warriors (2024) – Documentary film about the thousands of terracotta warriors who were found guarded the first Chinese emperor's tomb.

Thursday 13th June

  • Bridgerton season 3 part 2 - Second part in this latest season of the hit period drama, continuing to focus on Nicola Coughlan's Penelope and Luke Newton's Colin.
  • Doctor Climax season 1 – Thai comedy-drama about a dermatologist who unexpectedly starts a mass sexual awakening in 1970s Thailand.

Friday 14th June

  • Joko Anwar’s Nightmares and Daydreams season 1 – Indonesian sci-fi/horror anthology series.
  • Ultraman: Rising (2024) – Japanese animated superhero film.

Tuesday 18th June

  • Agents of Mystery season 1 – Korean reality series in which six contestants must solve paranormal mysteries within six hours.
  • Outstanding: A Comedy Revolution (2024) – Documentary film about the history of LGBTQ+ stand-up comedy.

Wednesday 19th June

  • Black Barbie (2024) – Documentary film about the first Black Barbie and the pivotal role of three women in creating the doll.
  • Inheritance (2024) – Polish comedy film about a family who must complete their rich uncle's mansion of puzzles to secure their portion of his wealth.
  • Kleks Academy (2024) – Polish family adventure film about a seemingly ordinary girl who attends a magical academy to find her missing father.

Friday 21st June

  • Gangs of Galicia season 1 – Spanish crime thriller series.
  • Trigger Warning (2024) – Action film starring Jessica Alba as a Special Forces commando who uncovers a dangerous conspiracy when looking into her father's death.

Saturday 22nd June

  • Rising Impact season 1 part 1 – Japanese anime series.

Tuesday 25th June

  • Kaulitz & Kaulitz season 1 – German music documentary about twin brothers and music stars Tom and Bill Kaulitz.

Monday 27th June

  • Drawing Closer (2024) – Japanese romantic drama film.
  • That '90s Show season 2 part 1 – Second season of the sitcom and sequel series to That '70s Show.

Tuesday 28th June

  • A Family Affair (2024) – Rom-com starring Nicole Kidman, Zac Efron and Joey King, about a movie star who falls in love with his assistant's mother.

June - to be confirmed

  • Supacell season 1 – British drama series starring Tosin Cole, about a group of Black people from South London who develop superpowers.

Best Netflix releases from May 2024

Last month on Netflix also saw a host of big new releases, with series and films such as A Man in Full, Bodkin, Bridgerton season 3 part 1, Atlas, Eric and Geek Girl being added to the service.

Here's a list of some of the best new releases on Netflix in May 2024:

  • Heeramandi: The Diamond Bazaar season 1 – Indian series set against the backdrop of the freedom movement, following two nemeses locked in a battle for the succession of Heeramandi, where courtesans reign as queens.
  • A Man in Full season 1 – Jeff Daniels stars in this adaptation of the novel by Tom Wolfe, about a real estate mogul fighting for his empire and legacy when he faces sudden bankruptcy.
  • Unfrosted (2024) – Comedy film directed by and starring Jerry Seinfeld, loosely based on the creation of Pop-Tarts.
  • The Final: Attack on Wembley (2024) – Documentary film about the 2021 Euro finals, where England fans without tickets stormed Wembley.
  • Bodkin season 1 – Darkly comedic thriller starring Will Forte about a crew of podcasters investigating the mysterious disappearance of three strangers in an idyllic, coastal Irish town.
  • Ashley Madison: Sex, Lies & Scandal (2024) – Docuseries about the hacking of Ashley Madison, the dating site for people seeking adulterous affairs.
  • Bridgerton season 3 part 1 – Third season of the romantic period drama, this time focussing on the romance between Luke Newton's Colin and Nicola Coughlan's Penelope.
  • Buying London season 1 – Reality series following high-end agent Daniel Daggers and his team as they navigate London's luxury property market.
  • Atlas (2024) – Jennifer Lopez stars in this sci-fi film about a data analyst who joins a mission to capture a renegade robot but must learn to trust AI in order to save humanity from it.
  • Eric – This thriller from The Split's Abi Morgan stars Benedict Cumberbatch as Vincent, a puppeteer living in 1980s New York who investigates the disappearance of his son, alongside a vision of his son's monster puppet, Eric.
  • Geek Girl season 1 – Emily Carey stars in this drama based on the book series of the same name, about an awkward teenager whose life is turned upside down when she is scouted to be a model

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