Shall we give Netflix a second chance? Black Mirror, The Witcher and other releases of the month of June

Netflix Releasing New Titles in June: A Review

Netflix is set to start off summer with a bang, offering an array of exciting new releases that are sure to make viewers consider re-activating their subscriptions. On June 1st, the Japanese drama The Days will be premiering, focusing on the aftermath of the 2011 tsunami and the Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster.

June 2nd: A Triple Treat

Friday, June 2nd will be a day full of entertainment, as three new titles will be released. Valerio, the Spanish series based on the novels of Elisabet Benavent, will be returning for its third season, featuring new love triangles and life transitions as the main characters approach a new decade.

Also premiering on the 2nd is Scoop, an Indian series that follows the investigation of a prominent reporter into the political connections of a gruesome murder of a journalist.

June 4th: A New Comedy

On Sunday, June 4th, viewers can look forward to the release of the new comedy series Feel Good. This show follows the story of a comedian who is navigating her relationship with an old flame and her own sexuality.

June 11th: A New Documentary

The following Sunday, June 11th, a new documentary will be released. Babies will explore the science behind the development of infants, and the ways in which they interact with the world around them.


June is set to be an exciting month of releases on Netflix, with a variety of genres and styles of films and shows. From dramas to comedies to documentaries, there is something for everyone. Whether viewers choose to re-activate their subscriptions or not, there is no denying that Netflix is offering a great selection for the month of June.