14 Upcoming Netflix Original TV Shows and Movies in June

It’s been a decade since Netflix launched its streaming service and almost two since the company started out renting DVDs by mail. The company’s successful transition onto the internet has changed the way people watch TV these days as they keep spoiling their subscribers with several choices.

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The next month is going to be no different as like every other month, the Netflix video library is going to get refreshed with new content and some old things are taken off.

In order to fulfill the ever-increasing demand of their users, Netflix is looking to add more titles to their catalogue and is also hiring translators to make the current titles accessible to a wider audience.

Arrivals in June 2017

On Tuesday, Netflix confirmed that the upcoming movies and TV shows will be available on the streaming service in June.

June 1

  • The 100 (Season 4)
  • Arrow (Season 5)

June 2

  • Flaked (Season 2) – Netflix Original
  • Inspector Gadget (Season 3) – Netflix Original
  • Chelsea (Season 2) – Every Friday – Netflix Original

June 7

  • Dreamworks’ Trolls

June 9

  • Orange Is The New Black (Season 5) – Netflix Original
  • Shimmer Lake – Netflix Original

June 13

  • Oh, Hello On Broadway – Netflix Original

June 14

  • Quantico (Season 2)

June 15

  • Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Season 4)

June 16

  • The Ranch (Part 3) – Netflix Original
  • El Chapo (Season 1)
  • Aquarius (Season 2)

June 17

  • Grey’s Anatomy (Season 13)
  • Scandal (Season 6)

June 18

  • Shooter (Season 1)

June 20

  • Disney’s Moana

June 21

  • Young & Hungry (Season 5)

June 23

  • Glow (Season 1) – Netflix Original
  • Free Rein (Season 1) – Netflix Original
  • Nobody Speak: Trials Of The Free Press – Netflix Original
  • You Get Me – Netflix Original

June 27

  • Chris D’Elia: Man On Fire – Netflix Original

June 28

  • Okja – Netflix Original

June 30

  • Gypsy (Season 1) – Netflix Original

Netflix has been expanding its catalogue of video content by adding international titles as well as tieing up with native content makers in several countries.

Netflix switched to the digital world due to dwindling sales of its rental DVD business as they faced stiff competition from digital downloads provided by Apple, Walmart, and Amazon.

The company successfully defended their business in face of the competition then by revolutionising the TV viewing experience and continues to do the same now as the streaming service has found viewers worldwide.

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