What to watch on Apple TV+, Disney+, HBO GO, Netflix, and Prime Video this June 2024

, What to watch on Apple TV+, Disney+, HBO GO, Netflix, and Prime Video this June 2024
House Of The Dragon Season 2

The heat is on this June, and so are the shows on streaming platforms. Here’s what’s coming up this month.

New on Apple TV+:
Presumed Innocent

This is a remake of the 1990 courtroom drama starring Harrison Ford. Based on the Scott Turow bestseller of the same name, Presumed Innocent returns as an eight-episode limited series directed by David E. Kelley. Jake Gyllenhaal plays Rusty Sabich, a chief deputy prosecutor who faces charges of a horrific murder. The series, also starring Ruth Negga, Bill Camp, Elizabeth Marvel, Peter Sarsgaard, and Renate Reinsve, explores themes of sex, politics, power, and obsession as Sabich strives to clear his name. Premieres 12 Jun


Bread and Roses

, What to watch on Apple TV+, Disney+, HBO GO, Netflix, and Prime Video this June 2024

This compelling documentary directed by Sahra Mani premiered at the 76th Cannes Film Festival last year. It is produced by Jennifer Lawrence and Justine Ciarrocchi alongside executive producers Farhad Khosravi and Nobel Peace Prize-winning human rights advocate Malala Yousafzai. Seen through the eyes of three women determined to reclaim their independence, it provides an unfiltered look at how Afghan women have been treated since US troops withdrew in August 2021, when Taliban control of Kabul began. Premieres Jun 21

New on Disney+:
The Acolyte

Star Wars’ newest series is a live-action mystery thriller that premieres with two episodes. It begins at the tail end of the High Republic era – about 100 years before Star Wars: The Phantom Menace – when the Jedi and the Galactic Empire are at their most powerful, but the Sith wait in the shadows. While Jedi are being hunted, an investigation into a shocking crime spree pits a respected Jedi Master (Lee Jung-jae) against a dangerous warrior from his past (Amandla Stenberg). As more clues emerge, they realise the forces they face are more sinister than they ever imagined. The series’ other stars include Dafne Keen, Jodie Turner-Smith, Joonas Suotamo, Amy Tsang, and James Jenri-Thomas. Premieres Jun 5


The Bear Season 3

FX’s The Bear has become one of the most popular shows streaming since it took home six Emmys and three Golden Globes in January. The new season follows Carmen “Carmy” Berzatto (Jeremy Allen White), Sydney Adamu (Ayo Edebiri), and Richard “Richie” Jerimovich (Ebon Moss-Bachrach) as they attempt to take The Bear, their beef stand-turned-fine-dining establishment, to the highest level while desperately trying to stay afloat in a business where almost every day is a losing battle. Their quest for culinary excellence propels the crew to Michelin-star levels and stresses the bonds that hold the restaurant together. Premieres Jun 27 

New on HBO GO:

, What to watch on Apple TV+, Disney+, HBO GO, Netflix, and Prime Video this June 2024

If you’ve ever wondered what dogs would sound like if they could talk about you and more, watch Strays. The comedy directed by Josh Greenbaum features real dogs instead of CGI canines for a more authentic feel, with 95 per cent of the movie featuring real animals. The story tells of a pooch named Reggie (Will Ferrell) who enlists a group of canine friends to make his former owner pay for abandoning him on the mean city streets. Premieres Jun 29

House Of The Dragon Season 2

House of the Dragon, based on George R.R. Martin’s Fire & Blood, traces the civil war that divided Westeros some 200 years before the events of Game of Thrones. Season 2 returns with eight episodes with more drama and new dragons. Tensions between the Greens and Blacks are higher than ever as viewers deep dive into the action on the battlefield, on the seas and in the air. The returning cast includes Matt Smith, Olivia Cooke, Emma D’Arcy, Eve Best, Steve Toussaint, Fabien Frankel, Ewan Mitchell and Tom Glynn-Carney. Premieres Jun 17

New on Netflix:
Hit Man

In this neo-noir comedy by Richard Linklater, Glen Powell plays straight-laced professor Gary Johnson, who moonlights as a fake hitman for the New Orleans Police Department. In addition to assuming various guises to catch hapless criminals, Gary also finds himself drawn to one of those criminals, a beautiful young woman named Madison (Adria Arjona). She falls for one of Gary’s hitman personas – the mysteriously sexy Ron – resulting in a chain reaction of deception, steamy play-acting, and escalating stakes. Inspired by a wild true story. Premieres Jun 7

Ultraman: Rising

The 44th entry in the Ultraman Tsuburaya Productions franchise follows Ken Sato, a star athlete who returns home to a Tokyo threatened by giant monsters, to take on the mantle of legendary hero Ultraman. Amidst that, Sato reluctantly adopts a baby kaiju (strange creature) after defeating her mother, while balancing his career and hero duties. If you’re new to Ultraman, the new film introduces a reimagined superhero. The film stars Christopher Sean as Ken Sato/Ultraman, alongside the voices of Gedde WatanabeTamlyn TomitaKeone Young, and Julia Harriman. Premieres Jun 14


New on Prime Video:
Melting Me Softly

This comedy-sci-fi series, starring Ji Chang-wook and Won Jin-ah, focuses on the friendship between Ma Dong Chan, a renowned entertainment producer, and Go Mi Ran, a part-time worker struggling with debt, who participate in a human freezing experiment for 24 hours. Due to a mysterious conspiracy, they wake up from the frozen capsule 20 years later and must maintain their body temperature at 31.5 deg Celsius and keep their heart rates normal to survive the side effects of cryogenic sleep. Premieres Jun 13


Federer: Twelve Final Days

Get ready, fans! This documentary is an intimate look at Roger Federer’s final days on the court through the eyes of directors Asif Kapadia and Joe Sabia. Originally a home video never intended for public viewing, it captures his most vulnerable and candid self as he prepares for his last tournament, the 2022 Laver Cup in London, and says goodbye to the sport and the fans who shaped his life. Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokivic, and Andy Murray all give interviews revealing their relationship and legendary rivalry. Premieres Jun 20