Best new shows and movies to stream in June 2024

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Ready for a new month of streaming? Get those streaming devices fired up and read on for all the best new shows and movies (and sports!) to stream in June 2024…

New movies to stream in June 2024

New limited series and TV shows streaming in June

Upcoming sports events to stream

New movies streaming in June 2024

Want to stay up-to-date on how to watch the latest movies? We’ve got you covered with our handy guides on how to stream the hottest movies online. Check out our full list of movie guides here! Read on for our top movie picks for June.

Hit Man

Release date:  June 7
Where: Netflix

Hollywood’s man of the moment, Glen Powell, stars in the darkly comedic film inspired by true events about a college professor who works undercover with the police by posing as a hitman to catch the people who order hits. Of course, things take a turn when he falls in love with a woman who hires him for a hit. The Richard Linklater-directed film was very well received when it debuted at the Venice Film Festival.

Ultraman: Rising

Release date: June 14
Where: Netflix

With the successful anime versions of popular kaiju Godzilla and Gamera under their belt, Netflix is back to take another stab with one of Japan’s icons—Ultraman. The animated film is co-produced by Netflix Animation and Tsuburaya Productions, with animation by Industrial Light & Magic. The film is about a Japanese baseball player who has to balance his career and hero duties as Ultraman, all while caring for a baby kaiju.

The Boy and the Heron

Release date:  June 25
Where: PVOD

The 2024 Oscar-winning film finally makes its streaming debut on PVOD services like Apple TV, Rakuten, and more. The Boy and the Heron is said to be Hayao Miyazaki’s final film (again) and is a surreal meditation on grief, legacy, and life. 

Everything you need to know about streaming The Boy and the Heron.

Fancy Dance

Release date: June 28
Where: Apple TV Plus

Oscar-nominated actress Lily Gladstone leads this complex family drama about a woman living on the Seneca-Cayuga reservation in Oklahoma. The story follows her life as she looks for her missing sister while caring for her niece, with every turn of the search taking us deeper into the complexities of Indigenous women at the mercy of the justice system.

New limited series and TV shows

Want to stay up-to-date on how to watch the latest TV shows? We’ve got you covered with our handy guides on how to stream the hottest movies online. Check out our full list of TV show guides here! Read on for our top TV picks for June.

Love Island UK

Release date: June 3
Where: ITVX

Love Island is back and hotter than ever! Season 11 sees Maya Jama return as host, along with a swanky new Spanish villa for the 12 sexy singletons to get involved in. From scantily clad outfits and messy dramas to crazy dating dilemmas, how will this fresh batch of Islanders fare? Here’s everything you need to know about Love Island UK 2024.

Below Deck Mediterranean

Release date: June 3
Where: Peacock

Set in the waters of Greece, Below Deck Mediterranean is a spin-off of the hit reality show Below Deck. The show follows the lives of crew members who work and reside aboard a luxurious superyacht during charter season. Each crew member has a designated role and will have to navigate the demands (and drama!) of both guests and fellow yachties as they sail the sea.

All you need to know about Below Deck Mediterranean.

The Acolyte

Release date: June 4
Where: Disney Plus

The Acolyte is the latest Star Wars streaming show that takes place in the final days of the High Republic era. A Padwan and her Jedi Master will investigate a series of crimes that’ll lead them to more sinister forces than expected. Amanda Stenberg leads the show with notable cast members, including Carrie-Anne Moss (The Matrix), Lee Jung-jae (Squid Game), Jodie Turner-Smith (The Neon Demon), and Dafne Keen (Logan).

Sweet Tooth

Release date: June 6
Where: Netflix

Season three of Sweet Tooth will be the show’s final season. We’re heading into the freezing Arctic for the epic conclusion of the post-apocalyptic adventures of the part-deer boy Gus and his friends. The final season will consist of eight episodes.

Transformers: EarthSpark

Release date: June 7
Where: Paramount Plus

Set 15 years after the end of the civil war between the Autobots and the Decepticons, the animated series chronicles the rise of a new Earth-born breed of Transformers known as the Terrans. 

Love Island USA

Release date: June 11
Where: Peacock

Love Island USA is back for another sizzling summer of hot singles, messy drama, and crazy dating dilemmas. Ready to dive back into the action? We’ve got everything you need to know about Love Island USA season six.

The Boys

Release date: June 13
Where: Prime Video

Get hyped because The Boys is back for season four on Prime Video! After a shocking end to season three, Homelander’s popularity soars while The Boys grapple with deceit from within. With the fight against Homelander tougher than ever, it’s set to be a wild ride packed with twists and turns. 

House of the Dragon

Release date: June 16
Where: Max

Tensions are rising in House Targaryen as the battle for the Iron Throne intensifies. Prepare for a season filled with dramatic turns and epic storytelling as the saga of the Targaryens continues to unfold.

Orphan Black: Echoes

Release date: June 23
Where: AMC Plus

Orphan Black: Echoes tells a completely original story while being set in the same world as Orphan Black. The show dives into the scientific manipulation of human existence in this world through the story of a group of women who embark on a journey of self-discovery as they learn the twisted truth about how they came to be.

Land of Women

Release date: June 26
Where: Apple TV Plus

Based on Sandra Barneda’s novel La tierra de las mujeres, this Eva Langoria-led dramedy is about a woman who flees a small Spanish town after her husband’s involvement in a financial scandal puts her family at risk. All episodes stream today.

The Bear

Release date: June 27
Where: Hulu, Disney Plus

The fan-favorite, Emmy-winning series is back! Not much is known about the season at the time of writing, but we’d wager we’ll see what happens with The Bear open to the public. Plus, star Jeremy Allen White confirmed that there will be more fast-paced kitchen scenes this season, and he’s preparing for them by spending time with some chefs!

Sports events to stream in June

Ready to dive into the sports world? June features Euro 2024, the U.S. Open, and so much more! 

MLB: Regular season

Dates: June 1-30
Where: MLB.TV International, YouTube TV, Fubo, ESPN+, Apple TV+, Amazon Prime Video, Roku Channel, Sportsnet

Are we brewing towards a YankeesPhillies World Series showdown? Aaron Judge, Juan Soto, and the Bronx Bombers stayed strong in May—and the impending returns of reigning AL Cy Young winner Gerrit Cole and top prospect Jasson Domínguez bode well for the 27-time world champions. Meanwhile, Alec Bohm, Bryce Harper, and the Phillies became the first team to reach 30 wins this season. Are the Fightins headed for their first NL East title since 2011?

Football: UEFA Champions League

Dates: June 1
Where: RTÉ Player, ServusTV, Paramount Plus, YouTube TV, Fubo, DirecTV Stream, DAZN, Discovery+, SonyLIV

The stage is set for the UEFA Champions League final at London’s Wembley Stadium! Will Real Madrid add a record 15th UCL title or can Marco Reus, Sebastian Haller, and Jadon Sancho inspire Borussia Dortmund to capture its first title in 27 years?

Cricket: ICC Men’s T20 World Cup

Dates: June 4-30
Where: Willow TV, Sky Sports

A record 20 teams, including reigning champion England, are headed to the U.S. and West Indies for the Men’s T20 World Cup. Keep your eyes on Pakistan as Shan Masood and the Men in Green seek their first World Cup title in 15 years. 

Golf: U.S. Open

Dates: June 13-16
Where: USGA OnDemand, YouTube TV, Peacock, NOW, TSN

Two majors down, two to go! Xander Schauffele followed Scottie Scheffler‘s victory at The Masters with a triumph at May’s PGA Championship. Who has plans of winning it all at Pinehurst Resort & Country Club? We’re keeping our eyes on Rory McIlroy, who won his fourth Wells Fargo Championship last month. 

Football: Euro 2024

Dates: June 14-30
Where: BBC iPlayer, ITVX, TVNZ+, 6play, TF1, RAI, TV8, RTBF, VRT, ARD, ZDF, RTL, ORF, ServusTV, RTVE, NOS, NRK, Fubo, YouTube TV, DirecTV Stream, Optus Sport, TSN+, Hulu + Live TV, Sling TV

An exciting summer of football kicks off June 14 in Germany, which will host Euro 2024 this month! The home side faces fierce pressure from defending champion Italy, three-time winner Spain, and an ambitious England side aiming to win the competition for the first time. 

Football: Copa America

Dates: June 20-July 14
Where: YouTube TV, Fubo, DirecTV Stream, Hulu + Live TV, Sling TV, TSN+, Premier Sports, NOW, Prime Video

South Americas big tournament heads to the United States, which hosts 16 nations all vying to take the 2024 Copa America crown from reigning champs Argentina, which beat Brazil in the 2021 final. Will Lionel Messi lead his country to back-to-back Copa America titles? Is this Brazil’s revenge tour? Or perhaps we have a surprise winner in store? 

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