What’s new on Netflix Canada in June 2023

Highlights include Black Mirror, The Witcher, Never Have I Ever, Extraction 2, Arnold, and more

Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad) stars in the third episode of the sixth season of British dystopian sci-fi series Black Mirror, which is coming to Netflix sometime in June. "Beyond the Sea", which is set in an alternative 1969, follows two men on a perilous high-tech mission as they wrestle with the consequences of an unimaginable tragedy. (Photo: Netflix)
Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad) stars in the third episode of the sixth season of British dystopian sci-fi series Black Mirror, which is coming to Netflix sometime in June. "Beyond the Sea", which is set in an alternative 1969, follows two men on a perilous high-tech mission as they wrestle with the consequences of an unimaginable tragedy. (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.

The British dystopian sci-fi series Black Mirror returns for its sixth season in June. Netflix describes it as “the most unpredictable season yet”, the season’s five episodes — all written by series creator Charlie Brooker — are named “Joan is Awful”, “Loch Henry”, “Beyond the Sea”, “Mazey Day”, and “Demon 79”. Netflix has announced a specific premiere date in June, so you’ll just have to keep an eye out.

VIDEO: “Black Mirror” season six trailer

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For fans of the Netflix fantasy drama series The Witcher, the first volume of the third season premieres on Thursday, June 29th. The third season is Henry Cavill’s final turn as Geralt of Rivia as he traverses the continent alongside trusty bard Jaskier (Joey Batey) and volatile mage Yennefer of Vengerberg (Anya Chalotra). The second volume of the third season will be released on July 27.

VIDEO: “The Witcher” season three trailer

The comedy-drama series Never Have I Ever, created by comedian Mindy Kaling (The Office, The Mindy Project) and Lang Fisher and loosely based on Kaling’s childhood experiences in the Boston area, returns for its fourth and final season on Thursday, June 8th. Senior year has finally arrived. Between college conundrums, identity crises, and crushes that won’t fade, are Devi and the gang ready to face the future?

VIDEO: “Never Have I Ever” final season trailer

Other returning series include part two of season four of Manifest (Jun. 2), season three of Love is Blind: Brazil (Jun. 7), season two of Human Resources (Jun. 9), season six of Animal Kingdom (Jun. 19), season three of Catching Killers (Jun. 23), and season nine of Alone (Jun. 30).

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Netflix’s 2020 action-thriller Extraction was the most-watched original film in Netflix’s history, with over 99 million viewers during the first four weeks. The sequel Extraction 2 sees Chris Hemsworth (Thor) reprise his role as Tyler Rake, a former Australian SAS operator turned black ops mercenary. Golshifteh Farahani and Adam Bessa also reprise their roles from the first film, with Olga Kurylenko, Daniel Bernhardt, and Tinatin Dalakishvili joining the cast. Extraction 2 premieres on Netflix on Friday, June 16th.

VIDEO: “Extraction 2” trailer

Other new Netflix films include Rich in Love 2 (Jun. 2), The Perfect Find and Through My Window: Across the Sea (both on Jun. 23), Run Rabbit Run (Jun. 28), and Nimona (Jun. 30).

The new docuseries Arnold follows Arnold Schwarzenegger’s multifaceted life and career, from bodybuilding champ to Hollywood icon to politician. The three-part series, which chronicles never-before-seen footage and stories of Schwarzenegger’s journey from rural Austria to the highest echelons of the American dream, includes candid interviews with Schwarzenegger, his friends, foes, co-stars, and observers. The joys and the turbulence of his family life are unveiled in a tale that matches his larger-than-life persona. Arnold debuts on Netflix on Wednesday, June 7th.

VIDEO: “Arnold” trailer

Other Netflix documentaries include Tour de France: Unchained (Jun. 8), Our Planet II (Jun. 14), Take Care of Maya (Jun. 19), Break Point: Part 2 (Jun. 21), King of Clones (Jun. 23).

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New Netflix series include Tex Mex Motors and This World Can’t Tear Me Down (both on Jun. 9), Glamorous (Jun. 22), and Is It Cake, Too?! (Jun. 30).

Theatrically released movies include Miss Congeniality, The Italian Job, Mean Girls, and Starsky & Hutch (all on Jun. 1), The Campaign (Jun. 3), Boss Level (Jun. 4), Baby Driver (Jun. 11), L.A. Confidential (Jun. 15), Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (Jun. 22), and King Richard (Jun. 24).

VIDEO: New to Netflix Canada in June 2023

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

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Coming in June (no release date specified)

  • Black Mirror: Season 6 (Netflix series) – The Emmy-winning sci-fi drama series returns for a new season.
  • Celebrity (Netflix series) – Fame. Money. Power. One young woman fights to become the next hottest celebrity in the glamorous yet scandalous world of influencers in Seoul.
  • Delete (Netflix series) – A man and woman entangled in an affair attempt to start a new life together after they stumble upon a device that can make other people disappear.


Thursday, June 1

  • Astérix & Obélix: The Middle Kingdom (Netflix film) – Gallic heroes and forever friends Asterix and Obelix journey to China to help Princess Sa See save the Empress and her land from a nefarious prince.
  • The Days (Netflix series) – Blamed by some, hailed as heroes by others, those involved with Fukushima Daiichi face a deadly, invisible threat — an unprecedented nuclear disaster.
  • A Beautiful Life (Netflix film) – When a young fisherman with a hidden talent gets discovered by a music producer, he must decide if he’s ready to open himself up to stardom — and love.
  • LEGO Ninjago: Dragons Rising (Netflix family) – Two teenagers from different worlds use their newly discovered Ninja powers to defend dragons from villains who want to use their life-force for evil.
  • Cooties
  • Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd
  • Enough
  • Fear
  • First Knight
  • Girls5eva: Season 2
  • Girls5eva: Season 2
  • The Italian Job
  • Mean Girls
  • Miss Congeniality
  • Mr. Peabody & Sherman
  • Muster Dogs
  • Nanny McPhee
  • Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang
  • Ride Along
  • Savages
  • Starsky & Hutch
  • The Substitute


Friday, June 2

  • Manifest: Season 4 Part 2 (Netflix series) – As the Death Date looms, the Flight 828 passengers and their loved ones race to fulfill their Callings and prevent the terrifying future that awaits.
  • Missed Connections (Netflix film) – After an unforgettable encounter, a hopeless romantic turns to an app to seek out a man she just met — but is he really what she’s looking for?
  • Rich in Love 2 (Netflix film) – When Paula leaves Rio de Janeiro to resume her work as a volunteer doctor in the Amazon, Teto hatches an impulsive plan to follow her — and chaos ensues.
  • Scoop (Netflix series) – The shocking murder of a journalist thrusts a leading crime reporter into a nexus of police, media and the Mumbai underworld as she fights for justice.
  • Valeria: Season 3 (Netflix series) – New love triangles. New life stages. Birthdays welcoming a new decade. The same four friends to navigate through it all together.


Saturday, June 3

  • The Campaign


Sunday, June 4

  • Boss Level


Monday, June 5

  • Barracuda Queens (Netflix series) – When they fall deep into debt, a group of young women in an affluent Stockholm suburb turns to robbing their neighbors’ houses. Inspired by true events.
  • November


Tuesday, June 6

  • My Little Pony: Make Your Mark: Chapter 4 (Netflix family) – The evil Opaline is on a mission to steal the ponies’ Cutie Marks and become the most powerful Alicorn — unless the Mane 5 can stop her in time!


Wednesday, June 7

  • Arnold (Netflix documentary) – This three part documentary series chronicles Arnold Schwarzenegger’s journey from the countryside of Austria to the highest echelons of the American dream. In a series of candid interviews Schwarzenegger, his friends, foes, co-stars and observers cover everything from his days pumping iron to his triumphs in Hollywood, his time governing the state of California and both the joys and turbulence of his family life in a tale that matches his larger-than-life persona.
  • Love Is Blind: Brazil: Season 3 (Netflix series) – Can true love flourish inside the pods? Camila Queiroz and Klebber Toledo guide a new batch of Brazilian singles through their search to find the one.


Thursday, June 8

  • Never Have I Ever: Season 4 (Netflix series) – Senior year has finally arrived. Between college conundrums, identity crises and crushes that won’t fade, are Devi and the gang ready to face the future?
  • Tour de France: Unchained (Netflix documentary) – Through tears and triumph, this series follows several cycling teams as they compete in the 2022 installment of the world’s most grueling bike race.


Friday, June 9

  • A Lot Like Love
  • Bloodhounds (Netflix series) – Three friends working for a benevolent moneylender band together to take down a ruthless loan shark who preys on the financially desperate.
  • Human Resources: Season 2 (Netflix series) – From one-night stands to office romances, the creatures working at Human Resources have their hands — and claws — full with a new batch of humans.
  • The Playing Card Killer (Netflix documentary) – A playing card left at a murder scene connects a string of killings in this docuseries tracking a notorious serial killer who terrorized Spain in 2003.
  • Tex Mex Motors (Netflix series) – Junkers turn into jewels when they’re in the hands of these pros, who bring cars from Mexico to El Paso for radical restorations in this lively series.
  • This World Can’t Tear Me Down (Netflix series) – When an old friend returns to the neighborhood, Zerocalcare wants to help him find his place back in the world. But what’s the right thing to do?
  • The Wonder Weeks (Netflix film) – Three modern couples juggle relationships and demanding careers while navigating the unpredictable terrain of parenthood.
  • You Do You (Netflix film) – Merve chose the bohemian life, but it didn’t choose her back. Faced with eviction, she starts a new job — and stumbles into a spicy setup with her boss.


Saturday, June 10

  • Dune (2021)
  • The Girl Next Door


Sunday June 11

  • Baby Driver


Tuesday, June 13

  • Amy Schumer: Emergency Contact (Netflix comedy) – In Amy Schumer’s newest comedy special Emergency Contact, she delivers another hilariously relatable and uncensored commentary about her life.


Wednesday, June 14

  • Blindness
  • Our Planet II (Netflix documentary) – From the Emmy Award-winning team behind Planet Earth and Our Planet comes Our Planet II. At any given moment on planet Earth, billions of animals are on the move. Captured with spectacular and innovative cinematography, Our Planet II unravels the mysteries of how and why animals migrate to reveal some of the most dramatic and compelling stories in the natural world.
  • The Surrogacy (Netflix series) – When a woman of humble origins is coerced into surrogacy, she becomes entangled with an affluent family who will protect their reputation at all costs.


Thursday, June 15

  • Dirty Grandpa
  • L.A. Confidential
  • Life or Something Like It


Friday, June 16

  • Black Clover: Sword of the Wizard King (Netflix anime) – As a lionhearted boy who can’t wield magic strives for the title of Wizard King, four banished Wizard Kings of yore return to crush the Clover Kingdom.
  • Extraction 2 (Netflix film) – Back from the brink of death, highly skilled commando Tyler Rake takes on another dangerous mission: saving the imprisoned family of a ruthless gangster.


Saturday, June 17

  • King the Land (Netflix series) – Amid a tense inheritance fight, a charming heir clashes with his hardworking employee who’s known for her irresistible smile — which he cannot stand.
  • See You in My 19th Life (Netflix series) – Ban Ji-eum can endlessly reincarnate. But when her 18th life gets cut short, she dedicates the next one to finding her now grown-up childhood love.


Sunday, June 19

  • Animal Kingdom: Season 6
  • Not Quite Narwhal (Netflix family) – Curious little Kelp’s been living his whole life as a narwhal… until he finds out he’s actually a unicorn. Now he’s got two worlds to explore!
  • Take Care of Maya (Netflix documentary) – When nine-year-old Maya Kowalski was admitted to Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in 2016, nothing could have prepared her or her family for what they were about to go through. As the medical team tried to understand her rare illness, they began to question the basic truths that bound the Kowalskis together. Suddenly, Maya was in state custody – despite two parents who were desperate to bring their daughter home. The story of the Kowalski family – as told in their own words – will change the way you look at children’s healthcare forever.


Tuesday, June 20

  • 85 South: Ghetto Legends (Netflix comedy) – Comedy trio DC Young Fly, Karlous Miller and Chico Bean make their Netflix comedy debut in 85 South: Ghetto Legends. Staying true to their roots, this freestyle comedy event leaves nothing and no one off limits.


Wednesday, June 21

  • Break Point: Part 2 (Netflix documentary) – The most promising players in tennis see dreams realized and hopes dashed as the second half of the 2022 season takes them from Wimbledon to the US Open.


Thursday, June 22

  • Devil’s Advocate (Netflix series) – In Kuwait City, a determined defense lawyer defies popular sentiment and takes on a polarizing client: a footballer accused of murdering his wife.
  • Glamorous (Netflix series) – Marco Mejia, a young gender-nonconforming twentysomething, seems to be stuck in place until landing a job working for a former supermodel-turned-cosmetics mogul. Can Marco navigate a cutthroat new workplace and messy dating scene?
  • Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back
  • Let’s Get Divorced (Netflix series) – When a seemingly happy supercouple decides to divorce, things quickly get complicated in this romantic comedy series.
  • Skull Island (Netflix series) – Shipwrecked in the South Pacific, a group of explorers encounter a menagerie of fearsome creatures — including the giant ape who rules the island: Kong.
  • Sleeping Dog (Netflix series) – A former detective now living on the streets searches for the truth after a new death raises unnerving doubts about a supposedly settled murder case.


Friday, June 23

  • Catching Killers: Season 3 (Netflix documentary) – Real-life investigators recount stories of cold-blooded killers, the desperate efforts to stop them and the brave people who brought them to justice.
  • iNumber Number: Jozi Gold (Netflix film) – When a jaded undercover cop is tasked with unraveling a historic gold heist in Johannesburg, he’s pushed to choose between his conscience and the law.
  • King of Clones (Netflix documentary) – From groundbreaking human cloning research to a scandalous downfall, this documentary tells the captivating story of Korea’s most notorious scientist.
  • Make Me Believe (Netflix film) – A pair of meddling grannies dupe their grandchildren into a meet-cute that rekindles childhood crushes — and past quibbles.
  • The Perfect Find (Netflix film) – After a high-profile firing, Jenna’s (Gabrielle Union) fashion career comeback hits a snag when she falls for a charming, much younger coworker (Keith Powers) — who happens to be her boss’s son. As sparks fly, Jenna must decide if she’ll risk it all on a secret romance.
  • Through My Window: Across the Sea (Netflix film) – After a year apart, Raquel and Ares reunite for a steamy beach trip. Faced with friendly flirtations and new insecurities, can their love conquer all?


Saturday, June 24

  • King Richard


Sunday, June 25

  • Titans: Season 4 (Netflix series) – The road back home is paved with obstacles for the Titans as they face a powerful and deadly cult in Metropolis bent on destroying them — and the world.


Wednesday, June 28

  • Eldorado: Everything the Nazis Hate (Netflix documentary) – A glittery nightclub in 1920s Berlin becomes a haven for the queer community in this documentary exploring the freedoms lost amid Hitler’s rise to power.
  • Muscles & Mayhem: An Unauthorized Story of American Gladiators (Netflix documentary) – Muscles & Mayhem: An Unauthorized Story of American Gladiators chronicles the meteoric rise, dramatic fall, and gripping behind-the-scenes stories of one of the biggest spectacles on television during the height of the ’90s. Told first hand from the stars who lived through it, this five part series reveals untold stories of the iconic American Gladiators’ triumph, turmoil, and ultimate price of fame.
  • Run Rabbit Run (Netflix film) – A single mother grows increasingly unsettled by her young daughter’s claims to have memories of another life, stirring up their family’s painful past.


Thursday, June 29

  • Ooku: The Inner Chambers (Netflix anime) – In an alternate history where the male population is nearly decimated, eligible men serve as concubines to the woman shogun inside the walls of the Ooku. Based on the acclaimed manga series.
  • The Witcher: Season 3 Volume 1 (Netflix series) – The Emmy-nominated fantasy drama returns for a new season.


Friday, June 30

  • Alone: Season 9
  • Is It Cake, Too?! (Netflix series) – Deception is the name of the game for the world’s most talented bakers who will compete to create hyper-realistic cakes that look exactly like everyday objects – with cash on the line. But are they good enough to deceive a panel of celebrity judges and you? You’ll be asking yourself ‘Is it real?’ or “Is it cake?”
  • Nimona (Netflix film) – When a knight in a futuristic medieval world is framed for a crime he didn’t commit, the only one who can help him prove his innocence is Nimona — a mischievous teen who happens to be a shapeshifting creature he’s sworn to destroy.
  • Tayo The Little Bus: Season 5


Leaving Netflix Canada in June

Wednesday, June 14

  • Blindspot: Seasons 1-5

Sunday, June 18

  • Booksmart

Wednesday, June 28

  • Midsommar

Friday, June 30

  • Lethal Weapon: Seasons 1-3
  • The Bourne Legacy
  • The Bourne Supremacy
  • The Bourne Ultimatum


All titles and dates are subject to change.