From laughter to suspense, these releases will have us at the edge of our seats

June marks a new month, a new half, and a new season all entirely. Fortunately for us, this also means a fresh slew of stories, narratives, and twists from some of our favourite online streaming platforms.

So what’s new to binge on for the month of June? We round up five notable titles below.

 

Any Body Can Dance

 

 

Featuring the leaders – Rihey, Honey J, Hyojin Choi, Aiki, Gabee, Monika, No:ze, and Lee Jung – of the eight dance crews from Street Woman Fighter, this reality programme aims to cultivate dance lovers who are incredibly passionate but not the most skilled. From professors to doctors, elementary students to the elderly, some 2,500 people applied for a chance to be taken under the wing of the charismatic girl crushes. Any Body Can Dance is hosted by Lee Taeyong, the main dancer of popular boyband NCT and former fight judge on Street Woman Fighter. Coming to Viu on 08 Jun with new episodes every Wednesday.

 

Family Reboot

 

 

Follow real families as they take on a one-of-a-kind journey to reconnect, rebuild, and reboot their relationships. The six-part series chronicles each family’s experience with a jam-packed, week-long calendar organised by their Family Reboot guide. Leaving their phones, laptops, and all other devices behind, each member of the family sets aside their distractions and busy schedules to work together, communicate, and most of all, have fun. Their first activity? To find the key to their accommodation for the next week. Coming to Disney+ on 15 Jun.

 

Man Vs Bee

 

 

Rowan Atkinson returns to the world of physical comedy in Man Vs Bee, a new Netflix original series about one man’s struggle against a fuzzy villain. Atkinson plays bumbling dad Trevor, who is tasked to house-sit a posh mansion until he discovers a bee in the house. Wacky high jinks ensue as Trevor breaks a statue while trying to get the bee, and thus begins a series of comical slapstick and maddening events. Starring Rowan Atkinson. Coming to Netflix on 24 Jun.

 

Stranger Things

 

 

The penultimate season of Stranger Things has arrived – with the promise to be its scariest and darkest season yet. Season 4 follows Eleven and her group of friends, as they navigate Hawkins six months after the Battle of Starcourt, which led to the deaths of Billy Hargrove and Jim Hopper. More surprises from the Upside Down as well as a newer, larger evil awaits our favourite band of tweens in this long-awaited season that leans into “horror movie territory”. Starring Winona Ryder, David Harbour, and Millie Bobby Brown. Volume 1 of Season 4 now available on Netflix.

 

Why Her?

 

 

This mystery-romance drama follows Oh Soo Jae, the youngest ace partner at the leading TK Law Firm. Beneath her unending desire to win and fearless self-righteousness, Soo Jae has grown empty after only chasing success. She crosses paths with law student Gong Chan, who will do anything to protect her, yet harbours his own painful past with a twisted fate. Hwang In Youp stars as Gong Chan, marking his career’s first leading role after rising to fame in the smash hit True Beauty, alongside Seo Hyun Jin. Coming to Viu on 03 Jun, with new episodes every Friday and Saturday.