Like every month, Netflix surprises its subscribers with new series, movies and documentaries. June will be no exception and the streaming platform will add highly anticipated productions to its catalog for all tastes. Of note, the six titles that generated the most anticipation.
This three-part documentary chronicles Arnold Schwarzenegger’s journey from rural Austria to the highest echelon of the American dream. Over the course of numerous interviews, Schwarzenegger, his friends, foes, colleagues and observers recount it all in a chronicle that belies his legendary figure, from his days as a bodybuilder to his success in Hollywood as governor of California. to their time in, and the ups and downs of, their family life. Premieres: Wednesday 7 June.
2 – I Never – Final Season
Here comes the fourth and final installment of this coming-of-age comedy that addresses the complicated life of an American teen of Indian parents in today’s world. Maitreyi Ramakrishnan Devi is the protagonist, a bright and impulsive high school student who always gets into trouble. “Never Have I” is the brainchild of executive producers Mindy Kaling and Lang Fischer, who also serve as showrunners. Premieres: Thursday 8 June.
3 – Rescue Mission 2
Chris Hemsworth reprized the role of Tyler Rake in the sequel to Netflix’s hit action film “Rescue Mission”. The synopsis states: “After miraculously surviving the first installment, Australian black ops mercenary Rake returns with another deadly mission: to break a ruthless Georgian gangster’s family out of prison.”
Hemsworth returned with director Sam Hargrave. The producer is AGBO by Joe and Anthony Russo, and the screenplay is written by Joe Russo. For his part, Golshifteh Farahani reprized his role from the first film alongside co-stars Adam Bessa, Olga Kurylenko, Daniel Bernhardt and Tintin Dalakishvili. Premieres: Friday 16 June.
4- Across the sea
It is a sequel to the Spanish film “Through My Window”. “Ares has gone to study in Stockholm and is now in a long-distance relationship with Raquel, which turns out to be more problematic than he expected. When summer comes and they meet again, the long separation and the people they were with at the time have met, they will be in danger.” A bond they believed to be unbreakable,” says the synopsis. Premieres: Friday 23 June.
5 – The Witcher – Season 3, Volume 1
Henry Cavill says goodbye to “The Witcher” with a third season ahead of Liam Hemsworth reprising his role. “As the kings, wizards, and beasts of the continent vie to capture him, Geralt hides the Ciri of Sintra, determined to defend his newly reunited family against those who threaten to destroy it.” Are.” Volume 1 premieres: Thursday, June 29. We’ll have to wait until July 27 for Volume 2.
6 – Black Mirror – Season 6
“Expect the unexpected,” continues the streaming service. “Here comes the highly anticipated return of Charlie Brooker’s shadowy, satirical anthology series, which reinvents itself with each episode. ‘Black Mirror’ Season 6 is even more unpredictable, declassified and unusual.” Although it is known that the premiere will take place this month, there is still no fixed date.