What’s new on Netflix Canada in June 2022

Highlights include season 3 of The Umbrella Academy, God's Favorite Idiot, Man Vs Bee, Hustle, Spiderhead, Interceptor, The Man from Toronto, and more

In the third season of The Umbrella Academy, the dysfunctional adopted superhero family returns from the past to an altered timeline where their father has adopted a slightly different set of children and named them the Sparrow Academy. It premieres on Netflix on June 22, 2022. (Photo: Netflix)
In the third season of The Umbrella Academy, the dysfunctional adopted superhero family returns from the past to an altered timeline where their father has adopted a slightly different set of children and named them the Sparrow Academy. It premieres on Netflix on June 22, 2022. (Photo: Netflix)

Every month, kawarthaNOW is the only local media source to bring you a list of what’s coming to Netflix Canada. Here are a few highlights of what’s coming to Netflix in June.

Season three of The Umbrella Academy, the hit Netflix series about a dysfunctional adopted superhero family based on the comic book series of the same name, premieres on Wednesday, June 22. In the 10-episode season, when the Umbrella Academy returns to the present after apparently preventing the 1963 apocalypse, they arrive in a new timeline where their father adopted a slightly different set of children and named them the Sparrow Academy.

After violently clashing with their father’s new family, the Umbrella Academy must convince them to help stop an unidentified destructive entity wreaking havoc in the Universe their time-travelling activities may have created.

VIDEO: The Umbrella Academy Season 3 trailer

Advertisement - story continues below

 

 

In the new Netflix comedy series God’s Favorite Idiot, mid-level tech support employee Clark Thompson (Ben Falcone) finds love with co-worker Amily Luck (Melissa McCarthy) at exactly the same time he becomes the unwitting messenger of God. There’s also roller skating, a lake of fire, and an impending apocalypse. The series debuts on Netflix on Wednesday, June 15.

VIDEO: God’s Favorite Idiot trailer

Another new Netflix series is Man Vs Bee, starring British comedian Rowan Atkinson (better known as Mr. Bean) in an almost silent comedy about a house sitter’s war with a bee. It premieres on Netflix on Friday, June 24.

The Netflix film Hustle stars Adam Sandler as a down-on-his-luck basketball scout who, after discovering a once-in-a-lifetime player abroad, brings him to the U.S. without his team’s approval and must prove the player with a rocky past has what it takes to make it in the NBA. Hustle debuts on Netflix on Wednesday, June 8.

VIDEO: Hustle trailer

The Netflix film Spiderhead, based on The New Yorker short story “Escape From Spiderhead” by George Saunders, tells the story of two prison inmates (Miles Teller and Jurnee Smollett) who are subjected to mind-altering drugs by a brilliant visionary (Chris Hemsworth). It premieres on Netflix on Friday, June 17.

VIDEO: Spiderhead trailer

Advertisement - story continues below

 

 

The Netflix action thriller film Interceptor stars Elsa Pataky as an Army captain who must use her years of tactical training and military expertise when a simultaneous coordinated attack threatens the remote missile interceptor station that she commands. It debuts on Netflix on Friday, June 3.

VIDEO: Interceptor trailer

In the Netflix action comedy film The Man from Toronto, a case of mistaken identity arises after a screw-up sales consultant (Kevin Hart) and the world’s deadliest assassin — known only as The Man from Toronto (Woody Harrelson) — run into each other at a holiday rental. The film also stars Kaley Cuoco and Ellen Barkin (while known of the actors are from Toronto, it was filmed in the Toronto area). The Man from Toronto debuts on Netflix on Friday, June 24.

David Letterman returns to Netflix on Tuesday, June 7 with the six-episode series That’s My Time with David Letterman, where he invites some of the hottest up-and-coming stand-up stars — Rosebud Baker, Phil Wang, Sam Morril, Brian Simpson, Robin Tran, and Naomi Ekperigin — to perform a five-minute stand-up set and then to sit down for a chat.

Netflix documentaries include Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey, which provides an in-depth look into the secretive polygamous sect of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and the rise of self-professed prophet Warren Jeffs at the Yearning for Zion Ranch in West Texas, which ultimately lead to a dramatic raid of the compound in 2008 and the discovery of stunning evidence of sexual, physical, and psychological abuse, with law enforcement agents taking more than 400 children into custody. The four-part documentary premieres on Netflix on Wednesday, June 8.

Advertisement - story continues below

 

 

There’s also Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies and the Internet, a six-part anthology series that tells stories of people caught in a dark and twisted web of modern misinformation and digital deception. Haunting, bizarre, and up-to-the-moment relevant, the series explores consequences of “SWATing,” takes a chilling trip down the rabbit hole of white supremacy, joins a federal hunt for the suspect of a brazen IRS heist, and investigates a murder set against the backdrop of Russian election interference. It debuts on Netflix on Wednesday, June 15.

Returning Netflix series include season two Floor is Lava (Jun. 3), with new obstacles including a very slippery volcano, season six of Peaky Blinders (Jun. 10), season two of Love & Anarchy (Jun. 16), and part one of season two of The Upshaws (Jun. 29).

Other returning series include season five of The Great Canadian Baking Show (Jun. 13), season two of Rainbow High (Jun. 17), season 15 of Heartland (Jun. 19), and season six of RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars (Jun. 24).

Other Netflix films include Chickenhare and the Hamster of Darkness and Trees of Peace (both on Jun. 10), Heart Parade (Jun. 15), Love & Gelato (Jun. 22), Blasted (Jun. 28), and Beauty (Jun. 29).

Theatrically released films include Before Tomorrow, Kick-Ass, Mr. & Mrs. Smith, No Country for Old Men, Sicario, and The Turning (all on Jun. 1), Bad Neighbours 2, Beethoven, Charlie Wilson’s War, The Little Rascals, and Straight Outta Compton (all on Jun. 3), Happiest Season (Jun. 10), Den of Thieves (Jun. 15), The Devil’s Advocate (Jun. 19), and Marvel’s The Avengers (Jun. 22).

VIDEO: New to Netflix Canada in June 2022

Here’s the complete list of everything coming to Netflix Canada in June, along with what’s leaving.

Advertisement - story continues below

 

 

Wednesday, June 1

  • Before Tomorrow
  • Divergent
  • The Divergent Series: Allegiant
  • The Divergent Series: Insurgent
  • Edge of Seventeen
  • The Fast Runner
  • I Don’t Know How She Does It
  • Kick-Ass
  • Mr. & Mrs. Smith
  • No Country for Old Men
  • The Photograph
  • Pretty Hard Cases: Season 1
  • Rhymes for Young Ghouls
  • Sicario
  • The Snow Walker
  • Trolls World Tour
  • The Turning
  • Two Lovers and a Bear
  • Tyler Perry’s Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor
  • The Way Back

 

Thursday, June 2

  • Borgen – Power & Glory (Netflix series) – Foreign Minister Birgitte Nyborg finds her career in jeopardy when a dispute over oil in Greenland threatens to become an international crisis.
  • Yuri Marçal: Honest Mistake (Netflix comedy) – From sharing his unique views on family, race and religion to detailing an online rift that blew up, Brazilian comedian Yuri Marçal isn’t holding back.

 

Friday, June 3

  • As the Crow Flies (Netflix series) – A prominent news host watches her glitzy life unravel when an ambitious intern begins to sabotage her at work and sow discord in her marriage.
  • Bad Neighbours 2
  • Beethoven
  • Charlie Wilson’s War
  • Floor Is Lava: Season 2 (Netflix series) – The obstacles have changed but don’t worry — the floor is just as red and bubbly as you remember. New this season: a very slippery volcano.
  • Interceptor (Netflix film) – One Army captain must use her years of tactical training and military expertise when a simultaneous coordinated attack threatens the remote missile interceptor station she is in command of.
  • The Little Rascals
  • Mr. Good: Cop or Crook? (Netflix documentary) – In this riveting docuseries, when Norway’s top cop is suspected of drug trafficking, investigators must ask: Is he a good officer or a major criminal?
  • The Perfect Mother (Netflix series) – Convinced of her daughter’s innocence in a homicide, a devoted mother soon uncovers unsettling truths as the line between victim and perpetrator blurs.
  • Straight Outta Compton
  • Surviving Summer (Netflix family) – Expelled from school and exiled to Australia, a rebel New York teen makes waves among a young surfer’s inner circle — and leaves a mess in her wake.
  • Two Summers (Netflix series) – A close circle of friends reunites for a lavish holiday — decades after one of them was the victim of a sexual assault committed by others in the group.

 

Monday, June 6

  • Action Pack: Season 2 (Netflix family) – Superheroes Clay, Wren, Treena and Watts are back to make new friends, set things right and get any villain to play nice in their town of Hope Springs!
  • Bill Burr Presents: Friends Who Kill (Netflix comedy) – A showcase featuring stand-ups curated by Burr featuring: Michelle Wolf, Jimmy Carr, Steph Tolev, Joe Bartnick, Jeff Ross, Dave Attell, Ian Edwards, Dean Delray, Jessica Kirson, and Ronny Chieng.

 

Tuesday, June 7

  • That’s My Time with David Letterman (Netflix comedy) – David Letterman invites some of the hottest up-and-coming stand-up stars to perform a set and sit down for a chat. Each of the six episodes spotlights one comedian, including a 5-minute stand-up set and conversation with Letterman. Featuring Rosebud Baker, Phil Wang, Sam Morril, Brian Simpson, Robin Tran and Naomi Ekperigin

 

Wednesday, June 8

  • Baby Fever (Netflix series) – In this rom-com, a fertility doctor who drunkenly inseminates herself with her ex-boyfriend’s sperm tries to woo him back after becoming pregnant.
  • Gladbeck: The Hostage Crisis (Netflix documentary) – In August 1988, two armed bank robbers keep German police at bay for 54 hours during a hostage-taking drama that ends in a shootout and three deaths.
  • Hustle (Netflix film) – After discovering a once-in-a-lifetime player with a rocky past abroad, a down-on-his-luck basketball scout (Adam Sandler) takes it upon himself to bring the phenom to the States without his team’s approval. Against the odds, they have one final shot to prove they have what it takes to make it in the NBA.
  • Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey (Netflix documentary) – In 2008, a dramatic raid at the Yearning for Zion Ranch in West Texas generated attention around the world, as law enforcement agents uncovered stunning evidence of sexual, physical and psychological abuse and took 400+ children into custody. Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey, directed by Emmy and Peabody Award-winning filmmaker Rachel Dretzin, gives viewers an in-depth look into the secretive polygamous sect of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (FLDS) and the rise of self-professed prophet Warren Jeffs. The four-part documentary series features never-before-seen archival footage and harrowing personal stories from some of the courageous women and men who escaped. From forced underage marriage and pregnancy to a complete unraveling into an oppressive criminal cult under Warren Jeffs’ rule, the story uncovers extraordinary bravery battling tyrannical control in modern America.

 

Thursday, June 9

  • Rhythm + Flow France (Netflix series, new episodes) – French rappers freestyle, battle and write their way to a game-changing 100,000 euro prize in a music competition series judged by Niska, Shay and SCH.
  • Stand Out: An LGBTQ+ Celebration (Netflix comedy) – Stand Out: An LGBTQ+ Celebration is the largest-ever gathering of LGBTQ+ comics. The historic celebration featured some of the best in LGBTQ+ comedy legends, and emerging talent hosted by Billy Eichner. Highlights included icon Ani DiFranco introducing Margaret Cho, Sarah Paulson introducing Tig Notaro, Lily Tomlin introducing Sandra Bernhard, Lena Waithe introducing Wanda Sykes, and Rosie O’Donnell closing the night and inviting the rest of the performers joining her on stage for a NEW rendition of Cyndi Lauper’s hit Girls Just Want to Have Fun, GAYS Just Want to Have Fun. Other incredible talent who performed throughout the night included Bob the Drag Queen, Eddie Izzard, Solomon Georgio, Sam Jay, River Butcher, Patti Harrison, Matteo Lane, Marsha Warfield, Mae Martin, Judy Gold, Joel Kim Booster, James Adomian, Guy Branum, Gina Yashere, Trixie Mattel, Scott Thompson, and Todd Glass. Stand Out is produced by Page Hurwitz, Wanda Sykes (Push It Productions), Brian Graden and Dave Mace (Brian Graden Media).

 

Friday, June 10

  • Chickenhare and the Hamster of Darkness (Netflix film) – A brave young animal explorer teams up with two trusty friends to find a powerful artifact before his greedy uncle can get his paws on it.
  • Dirty Daddy: The Bob Saget Tribute (Netflix comedy) – A new special event straight from the Netflix Is a Joke comedy festival.
  • First Kill (Netflix series) – Falling in love is tricky for teens Juliette and Calliope: One’s a vampire, the other’s a vampire hunter — and both are ready to make their first kill.
  • Happiest Season
  • Intimacy (Netflix series) – A leaked sex video of a promising politician serves as the catalyst for this story of four women treading the fine line between public and private life.
  • Peaky Blinders: Season 6 (Netflix series) – The Shelbys suffer a crushing loss. Four years later, Prohibition’s end turns Tommy toward the opium trade, forcing him to ally with his worst enemies.
  • Trees of Peace (Netflix film) – Four women from different backgrounds forge an unbreakable sisterhood while trapped and in hiding during the genocide in Rwanda. Inspired by true events.

 

Saturday, June 11

  • Amy Schumer’s Parental Advisory (Netflix comedy) – A showcase featuring stand-ups curated by Schumer, including Lil Rel Howery, Chris Distefano, Christina P, Ron Funches, Rachel Feinstein, and Jaye McBride

 

Monday, June 13

  • Charlie’s Colorforms City: Mighty Movie Adventures (Netflix family) – Charlie creates fun stories using different shapes, and he needs your help! Come along for kid-friendly adventures here, there — and everywhere.
  • Charlie’s Colorforms City: Miss Weather and Friends (Netflix family) – Charlie creates fun stories using different shapes, and he needs your help! Come along for kid-friendly adventures here, there — and everywhere.
  • The Great Canadian Baking Show: Season 5
  • Pete Davidson Presents: The Best Friends (Netflix comedy) – A multi-comic special hosted and curated by Davidson. Featuring Giulio Gallarotti, Neko White , Carly Aquilino, Joey Gay, Derek Gaines, Jordan Rock and Dave Sirus.

 

Tuesday, June 14

  • Jane & Lily: Ladies Night Live (Netflix comedy) – Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda introduce an all-female lineup of comedians. Featuring Michelle Buteau, Cristela Alonzo, Margaret Cho, Heather McMahan, Tracey Ashley, Anjelah Johnson-Reyes, and Iliza Shlesinger.
  • Halftime (Netflix documentary) – Global superstar Jennifer Lopez reflects on her multifaceted career and the pressure of life in the spotlight in this intimate documentary.

 

Wednesday, June 15

  • Centauro (Netflix film) – To clear his son’s mother’s debt to a cartel, a superbike racer becomes a drug courier, risking his chances of going pro — and jeopardizing his own life.
  • Den of Thieves
  • God’s Favorite Idiot (Netflix series) – In God’s Favorite Idiot, mid-level tech support employee Clark Thompson finds love with co- worker Amily Luck at exactly the same time he becomes the unwitting messenger of God. Also, there’s roller skating, a lake of fire and an impending apocalypse.
  • Heart Parade (Netflix film) – To save her job, a dog-fearing, career-minded woman must travel to Kraków, where she meets a charming widower, his son and their four-legged best friend.
  • Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend (Netflix series) – Rising food stars face off with Iron Chef icons – Curtis Stone, Dominique Crenn, Marcus Samuelsson, Ming Tsai, and Gabriela Cámara. Only the very best goes to the battle royale finale for a chance to win the gold knife and Iron Chef Legend title. Alton Brown and Kristen Kish host with Mark Dacascos as The Chairman.
  • Maldivas (Netflix series) – A young woman leaves a small town and moves to a condo in Rio de Janeiro to find her mother, but a suspicious fire puts her in a murder investigation.
  • Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies and the Internet (Netflix documentary) – This 6-part anthology series from director Brian Knappenberger, Luminant Media, and Imagine Documentaries that tells stories of people caught in a dark and twisted web of modern misinformation and digital deception. Haunting, bizarre and up-to-the-moment relevant, the series explores consequences of “SWATing”, takes a chilling trip down the rabbit hole of white supremacy, joins a Federal hunt for the suspect of a brazen IRS heist and investigates a murder set against the backdrop of Russian election interference. Rich with distinctive characters and surprising plotlines, reality is warped when the ordinary American household collides with a chaotic web of misinformation.
  • The War Next-door: Season 2 (Netflix series) – The family-feud comedy series returns for a new season.
  • The Wrath of God (Netflix film) – Convinced the tragic deaths of her loved ones were orchestrated by a famous novelist she worked for, Luciana turns to a journalist to expose the truth.

 

Thursday, June 16

  • Dead End: Paranormal Park (Netflix family) – Teens Barney and Norma become fast friends and help each other through tough times — while having tons of spooky fun working at a haunted theme park!
  • Karma’s World Music Videos: Season 2 (Netflix family) – From a best friend anthem to a brainy bop, this collection of tunes from Karma shows her singing, shining and freestyling alongside friends and family.
  • Love & Anarchy: Season 2 (Netflix series) – After receiving heartbreaking news, Sofie’s reluctance to deal with her grief sends her life, career and relationship with Max into a tailspin.
  • Rhythm + Flow France (Netflix series, new episodes) – French rappers freestyle, battle and write their way to a game-changing 100,000 euro prize in a music competition series judged by Niska, Shay and SCH.
  • Sing, Dance, Act: Kabuki featuring Toma Ikuta (Netflix documentary) – Drama, heritage, soul; Actor Toma Ikuta trains for his first kabuki performance with his long-time friend, kabuki actor Matsuya Onoe.
  • Snoop Dogg’s F*cn Around Comedy Special (Netflix comedy) – Original comedy from Snoop, along with sets from legendary black comedians performing at the festival. Featuring Katt Williams, Mike Epps, Donnell Rawlings, Guy Torry, and Melanie Comarcho.

 

Friday, June 17

  • The Martha Mitchell Effect (Netflix documentary) – This documentary profiles the Cabinet wife who spoke out during Watergate — and the Nixon administration’s campaign to gaslight her into silence.
  • Rainbow High: Season 2
  • She: Season 2 (Netflix series) – After swearing loyalty to kingpin Nayak, Bhumi explores her sexual liberation — and her dark side — as she treads the line between duty and desire.
  • Spiderhead (Netflix film) – Two inmates form a connection while grappling with their pasts in a state-of-the-art penitentiary run by a brilliant visionary who experiments on his subjects with mind-altering drugs. Based on The New Yorker short story “Escape From Spiderhead” by George Saunders.
  • You Don’t Know Me (Netflix series) – When all the evidence points towards his guilt, a man on trial for murder uses his closing argument to recount his love affair with a mysterious woman.

 

Saturday, June 18

  • Alchemy of Souls (Netflix series) – A powerful sorceress in a blind woman’s body encounters a man from a prestigious family, who wants her help to change his destiny.
  • SPRIGGAN (Netflix anime) – An ancient alien civilization’s relics on Earth hold dangerous powers. The ARCAM corporation’s Spriggan agents must keep them out of the wrong hands.

 

Sunday, June 19

  • Civil (Netflix documentary) – This documentary follows maverick civil rights lawyer Ben Crump as he goes to trial to seek justice for the deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor.
  • The Devil’s Advocate
  • Heartland: Season 15

 

Monday, June 20

  • Doom Of Love (Netflix film) – On the heels of bankruptcy, an ad businessman falls for a singer at a yoga retreat and joins her on a journey of self-realization.

 

Tuesday, June 21

  • The Future Of (Netflix documentary) – With the help of industry experts, this innovative docuseries examine new and emerging technological trends to imagine revolutionary possibilities.
  • Joel Kim Booster: Psychosexual (Netflix comedy) – Filmed at Catch One in Los Angeles, Joel Kim Booster makes his Netflix comedy special debut with Psychosexual. In a uniquely crafted three-set act, Booster discusses learning the cultural nuances of being Asian as he gets older, shares his preference for threesomes with tips for successful masturbation and his fascination for human sexuality and much more.

 

Wednesday, June 22

  • Bruna Louise: Demolition (Netflix comedy) – A new comedy special from Bruna Louise.
  • The Hidden Lives of Pets (Netflix documentary) – Bow wows and purr-fect pets! Meet amazing creatures from around the world and dig into the latest science on our animal friends’ senses and skills.
  • Love & Gelato (Netflix film) – Lina makes a promise to her sick mother that she’ll spend the summer before college in Rome, where she falls for the city, the people — and the gelato.
  • Marvel’s The Avengers
  • One Piece: New Episodes
  • Snowflake Mountain (Netflix series) – This new reality show takes a bunch of clueless “kidults” who aren’t yet living to their full potential and puts them through their paces at a wilderness survival retreat to try and kickstart them into standing on their own two feet. The back-to-basics camp is a rude awakening to just how pampered their lives have been so far. At stake is a transformative cash prize for the lucky winner. There’s no running water, no parents to wait on them, and, worst of all, no Wi-Fi. But, by connecting to nature, they’ll learn to graduate as fully-functioning adults.
  • The Umbrella Academy: Season 3 (Netflix series) – After putting a stop to 1963’s doomsday, the Umbrella Academy return home to the present, convinced they prevented the initial apocalypse and fixed this godforsaken timeline once and for all. But after a brief moment of celebration, they realize things aren’t exactly (okay, not at all) how they left them. Enter the Sparrow Academy. Smart, stylish, and about as warm as a sea of icebergs, the Sparrows immediately clash with the Umbrellas in a violent face-off that turns out to be the least of everyone’s concerns. Navigating challenges, losses, and surprises of their own – and dealing with an unidentified destructive entity wreaking havoc in the Universe (something they may have caused) — now all they need to do is convince Dad’s new and possibly better family to help them put right what their arrival made wrong. Will they find a way back to their pre-apocalyptic lives? Or is this new world about to reveal more than just a hiccup in the timeline?

 

Thursday, June 23

  • Best of the Fest (Netflix comedy) – Best of the Festival, highlights from throughout the 11-day Netflix Is A Joke: The Festival.
  • First Class (Netflix series) – Step into the lives of a group of wealthy friends from Barcelona who share a love of over-the-top fashion, luxurious parties and exclusive events.
  • Queen (Netflix series) – After a 50-year absence, a renowned Parisian tailor and drag queen returns to his hometown in Poland to make amends with his daughter.
  • Rhythm + Flow France (Netflix series, new episodes) – French rappers freestyle, battle and write their way to a game-changing 100,000 euro prize in a music competition series judged by Niska, Shay and SCH.

 

Friday, June 24

  • Angry Birds: Summer Madness: Season 2 (Netflix family) – Sparks and feathers fly when a teenage Red, Chuck, Bomb and Stella spend a wild summer together with other Angry Birds at Camp Splinterwood!
  • The Man from Toronto (Netflix film) – A case of mistaken identity arises after a screw-up sales consultant and the world’s deadliest assassin – known only as The Man from Toronto – run into each other at a holiday rental.
  • Man Vs Bee (Netflix series) – British comedian Rowan Atkinson (“Mr. Bean”) stars in this almost silent comedy about a house sitter’s war with a bee.
  • Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area (Netflix series) – Thieves overtake the mint of a unified Korea. With hostages trapped inside, the police must stop them — as well as the shadowy mastermind behind it all.
  • RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars: Season 6

 

Monday, June 27

  • Cafe Minamdang (Netflix series) – A new series about a suspicious café — and its equally suspicious patrons.

 

Tuesday, June 28

  • Blasted (Netflix film) – Blasted follows childhood friends Sebastian (Axel Bøyum) and Mikkel (Fredrik Skogsrud), who are reunited for Sebastian’s bachelor party. While Mikkel never matured past being a teenage laser tag prodigy, Sebastian has grown into a career-obsessed workaholic, who’s using the party to schmooze a potential client. But when the bachelor party stumbles head-first into an alien invasion, it’s up to Mikkel and Sebastian to reunite as the kick-ass lasertag duo they once were and fight back.
  • Cristela Alonzo: Middle Classy (Netflix comedy) – With more money and a smile big enough to show off her hard earned new teeth, Cristela is living the American Dream. She hilariously shares the joys of aging in her forties, her first ever experience with a gyno, and the importance of family. Cristela Alonzo: Middle Classy premieres globally on Netflix on June 28th, 2022.

 

Wednesday, June 29

  • BEAUTY (Netflix film) – A young singer on the brink of a promising career finds herself torn between a domineering family, industry pressures and her love for her girlfriend.
  • Extraordinary Attorney Woo (Netflix series) – A brilliant young attorney with Asperger’s syndrome struggles with social interactions.
  • Pirate Gold of Adak Island (Netflix series) – An elite team of experienced treasure hunters come to a remote island in the Alaskan wilderness in search of buried pirate gold worth millions.
  • The Upshaws: Season 2 Part 1 (Netflix series) – The family comedy from creators Wanda Sykes and Regina Hicks (Girlfriends, Insecure) returns with new episodes. Bennie Upshaw (Mike Epps), the head of a Black working class family in Indianapolis, is a charming, well-intentioned mechanic and lifelong mess just trying his best to step up and care for his family — wife Regina (Kim Fields), their two young daughters (Khali Spraggins, Journey Christine) and firstborn son (Jermelle Simon), the teenage son (Diamond Lyons) he fathered with another woman (Gabrielle Dennis) — and tolerate his sardonic sister-in-law (Wanda Sykes), all without a blueprint for success. But the Upshaws are determined to make it work, and make it to the next level, together. In season 2 part 1, the Upshaws continue to ride life’s ups and downs, including new loves, old flames, big dreams, life changes and the love and drama that comes with family.

 

Thursday, June 30

  • BASTARD!! Heavy Metal, Dark Fantasy (Netflix anime) – Dark Schneider, a powerful wizard sealed in the body of a boy, embarks on a quest to conquer the world, accompanied by new friends and old enemies.
  • Sharkdog: Season 2 (Netflix family) – Sharkdog and his human pals return for a new season filled with adventures.

 

Leaving Netflix Canada in June

Tuesday, June 14

  • Blindspot: Seasons 1-5

Wednesday, June 29

  • Glee: Seasons 1-6

Thursday, June 30

  • Spy Kids
  • Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams
  • Spy Kids 3: Game Over
  • Spy Kids: All the Time in the World

 

All titles and dates are subject to change.