Coming and Going on Netflix in June 2017

An Seo Hyun and friend in Bong Joon Ho's "Okja."

Netflix continues to stake its streaming business on original programming. June brings back its most popular original series with Orange Is the New Black: Season 5, a show that continues to keep its audiences riveted, and gives it a companion series of sorts. GLOW: Season 1 spins the real-life eighties reality series (it stands for Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling) into a half-hour comedy starring Alison Brie. And among the original features next month is Bong Joon-ho’s Okja, which kicked up a fuss at Cannes.

Other Netflix originals for June: young adult thriller You Get Me with Bella Thorne, the debut seasons of Gypsy, a thriller starring Naomi Watts as a therapist who gets a little too involved in her patients’ lives, and the Spanish-language drama El Chapo about the drug cartel kingpin, the comedies Flaked: Season 2 and The Ranch: Part 3, and the documentaries Nobody Speak: Trials of the Free Press and Counterpunch.

New films include the animated films Moana from Disney and Trolls (2016) from Dreamworks, the comedy Catfight with Sandra Oh and Anne Heche, and foreign films Three from Hong Kong and The Tunnel from South Korea. Reaching back a few years, we find the Oscar-winning The Queen with Helen Mirren, David Fincher’s Zodiac, the recently-restored American indie classic Daughters of the Dust, and Mel Brooks’ hilarious Young Frankenstein.

And Netflix offers its own version of summer rerun season with the Shonda Rhimes shows Scandal: Season 6 and Grey’s Anatomy: Season 13, superhero series Arrow: Season 5, CW sci-fi thriller The 100: Season 4, espionage thriller Quantico: Season 2, and the new TNT action drama Shooter: Season 1.

Among the programming leaving in June are the complete runs of the TV series Private Practice and CSI: NY, the 2011 Jane Eyre with Mia Wasikowska and Michael Fassbender, the cult comedy This Is Spinal Tap, the classic drama The Hustler with Paul Newman, and the foreign film L’Auberge Espagnole.

Here’s the list of what’s arriving on Netflix in June, and what’s leaving.

June 1
1 Night (2016)
13 Going on 30 (2004)
The 100: Season 4 (2016) (
The Ant Bully (2006)
Arrow: Season 5 (2016)
The Bucket List (2007)
Burlesque (2017)
Catfight (2016)
Catwoman (2004)
Chingo Bling: They Can’t Deport Us All
Days of Grace (2011)
Devil’s Bride (2016)
Full Metal Jacket (1987)
How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
Intersection: Season 2 (2016)
Kardashian: The Man Who Saved OJ Simpson (2016)
Little Boxes (2016)
Mutant Busters: Season 2 (2016)
My Left Foot (1989)
Off Camera with Sam Jones: Series 3 (2015)
Playing It Cool (2014)
The Queen (2006)
Rounders (1998)
The Sixth Sense (1999)
Spring (Primavera) (2016)
Vice (2015)
West Coast Customs: Season 3 (2013)
Yarn (2016)
Young Frankenstein (1974)
Zodiac (2007)

June 2
Comedy Bang! Bang!: Season 5, Part 2 (2016)
Flaked: Season 2 (Netflix Original)
The Homecoming: Collection (2015)
Inspector Gadget: Season 3 (Netflix Original)
Los Últimos de Filipinas (2016)
Lucid Dream (Netflix Original Film)
Saving Banksy (2014)

June 3
Acapulco La vida va (2017)
Blue Gold: American Jeans (2017)
Headshot (2016)
Three (2016)
Tunnel (2016)
War on Everyone (2016)

June 4
TURN: Washington’s Spies: Season 3 (2016)

June 5
Suite Française (2014)

June 7
Disturbing the Peace (2016)
Dreamworks’ Trolls (2016)

June 9
My Only Love Song: Season 1 (Netflix Original)
Orange Is the New Black: Season 5 (Netflix Original)
Shimmer Lake (Netflix Original Film)

June 10
Black Snow (Nieve Negra) (2017)
Daughters of the Dust (1991)
Havenhurst (2017)
Sword Master (2016)

June 13
Oh, Hello On Broadway (Netflix Original)

June 14
Quantico: Season 2 (2016)

June 15
Marco Luque: Tamo Junto (Netflix Original)
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Season 4 (2016)
Mr. Gaga: A True Story of Love and Dance (2015)

June 16
Aquarius: Season 2 (2016)
Counterpunch (Netflix Original)
El Chapo: Season 1 (2017)
The Ranch: Part 3 (Netflix Original)
World of Winx: Season 2 (Netflix Original)

June 17
Grey’s Anatomy: Season 13 (2016)
Scandal: Season 6 (2016)
The Stanford Prison Experiment (2015)

June 18
Shooter: Season 1 (2016)

June 20
Amar Akbar & Tony (2015)
Disney’s Moana (2016)
Rory Scovel Tries Stand-Up For The First Time (Netflix Original)

June 21
Baby Daddy: Season 6 (2017)
Young & Hungry: Season 5 (2017)

June 23

American Anarchist (2016)
Free Rein: Season 1 (Netflix Original)
GLOW: Season 1 (Netflix Original)
Nobody Speak: Trials of the Free Press (Netflix Original)
You Get Me (Netflix Original Film)

June 26
No Escape (2015)

June 27
Chris D’Elia: Man on Fire (Netflix Original)

June 28
Okja (Netflix Original Film)

June 30
Chef & My Fridge: Collection (2014)
Gypsy: Season 1 (Netflix Original)
It’s Only the End of the World (2016)
Little Witch Academia: Season 1 (Netflix Original)
The Weekend (2016)

Here’s what’s leaving Netflix in June:

Leaving June 1
The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975
The Blair Witch Project
D2: The Mighty Ducks
The Good Guys: Season 1
Honey, I Shrunk the Kids
Heterosexual Jill
House of Wax
The Hustler
Las mágicas historias de Plim Plim: Season 1
L’Auberge Espagnole
The Little Rascals
The Prince & Me
The Teacher Who Defied Hitler
This Is Spinal Tap
The Three Musketeers
Two Step
The Way of the Dragon
We Are the Giant

Leaving June 6
Private Practice: Seasons 1 – 6

Leaving June 8

Leaving June 9
4:44: Last Day on Earth
Farewell Herr Schwarz
Free the Nipple
Remote Area Medical
Secrets: The Sphinx
Tough Being Loved by Jerks

Leaving June 14
Bob the Builder: Season 1
Boys Of Abu Ghraib

Leaving June 15
The Lazarus Project

Leaving June 16
Jane Eyre

Leaving June 19
Daddy’s Home
Grand Piano
The Right Kind of Wrong

Leaving June 23
Jimmy Goes to Nollywood

Leaving June 24
Agent F.O.X.
Breath of the Gods
Dragon Guardians

Leaving June 29
CSI: NY: Seasons 1 – 8

Leaving June 30
Killer Couples: Season 1
Killer in the Family: Season 1
Murder Files: Season 1
Murder on the Social Network
My Online Bride

Note that these are just highlights; Stream On Demand will be keeping an eye out for other notable films and TV shows that arrive through the month.

Dates are subject to change without notice.

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Sean Axmaker is a Seattle film critic and writer. He writes the weekly newspaper column Stream On Demand and the companion website, and his work appears at, Turner Classic Movies online, The Film Noir Foundation, and Parallax View.

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