Ms Marvel, Lightyear, And More


Looking for a new TV show to binge or a movie to watch for a film night? Well, you’ve come to right place! Here are 29 of the best TV shows and movies coming to the UK this month.


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Note: these release dates and streaming platforms only apply to viewers based in the UK, Ireland, and some European territories.

1.

Abbot Elementary


Prashant Gupta / ABC

This workplace comedy follows a group of dedicated, passionate teachers – and a slightly tone-deaf principal – as they navigate the Philadelphia public school system.

Starring: Quinta Brunson, Tyler James Williams, Sheryl Lee Ralph

Release date: 1 June

Where to watch: Disney+

Watch if you like: Parks and Recreation, 2 Broke Girls, Community

2.

The Boys – Season Three


Amazon Prime Video

It’s been a year of calm. Homelander’s subdued. Butcher works for the government, supervised by Hughie of all people. But both men itch to turn this peace and quiet into blood and bone.

Starring: Karl Urban, Antony Starr, Jack Quaid

Release date: 3 June

Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video

Watch if you like: The Umbrella Academy, Misfits, Heroes

3.

Physical — Season Two


Aaron Epstein/Apple TV+

A fitness guru wants to build a full-fledged fitness empire, but finds herself sidetracked by an internal conflict between her loyalty to her husband and the values he represents, and a dangerous attraction to someone else.

Starring: Rose Byrne, Murray Bartlett, Rory Scovel

Release date: 3 June

Where to watch: Apple TV+

Watch if you like: GLOW, Good Girls, The White Lotus

4.

Love Island – Season Eight


ITV

A bunch of new hot singles will enter a paradisiacal villa to couple up and hopefully find a long-term commitment, but we all know love isn’t that easy to navigate!

Starring: Iain Stirling, Laura Whitmore

Release date: 8 June

Where to watch: ITV/ITV Hub

Watch if you like: Love Is BlindToo Hot To HandleThe Only Way Is Essex

5.

Everything I Know About Love


BBC One

Inspired by a wildly funny, occasionally heartbreaking, internationally bestselling memoir of the same name, this series will give an unflinching account of surviving your 20s.

Starring: Emma Appleton, Bel Powley, Marli Siu

Release date: 7 June

Where to watch: BBC One/BBC iPlayer

Watch if you like: Conversations With FriendsBooksmart, We Are Lady Parts

6.

Hungry For It


Jack Barnes/BBC

Ten rookie cooks set off on the ultimate crash course for how to make it in the food business.

Starring: Big Zuu, Stacey Dooley, Kayla Greer.

Release date: 7 June

Where to watch: BBC Three/BBC iPlayer

Watch if you like: Masterchef, The Great British Bake Off, Interior Design Masters.

7.

Ms Marvel


Marvel Studios/Disney+

An avid gamer and superhero megafan feels like she doesn’t fit in at school and sometimes even at home – that is, until she gets superpowers like the heroes she’s always looked up to.

Starring: Iman Vellani, Matt Lintz, Yasmeen Fletcher

Release date: 8 June

Where to watch: Disney+

Watch if you like: Captain Marvel, WandaVision, Supergirl

8.

Avoidance


Colin Hutton/BBC

An aimless father attempts to get his life back on track after being dumped by his partner.

Starring: Romesh Ranganathan, Jessica Knappett, Mandeep Dhillon

Release date: 10 June

Where to watch: BBC One/BBC iPlayer

Watch if you like: Uncle, Motherland, Bad Education

9.

This Is My House


BBC

A bunch of rotating famous faces much decide between four contestants who all claim that the house they’re showing viewers around is theirs.

Starring: Stacey Dooley, various celebs

Release date: 10 June

Where to watch: BBC One/BBC iPlayer

Watch if you like: Come Dine With Me, Through The Keyhole, Four In A Bed.

10.

Becoming Elizabeth


Starz

The untold story of how orphaned teenager, Elizabeth Tudor, became the iconic queen we know today.

Starring: Alicia von Rittberg, Jessica Raine, Tom Cullen

Release date: 12 June

Where to watch: STARZPLAY

Watch if you like: The Tudors, The White Princess, Wolf Hall

11.

Love, Victor – Season Three


Hulu

Victor is finally out, but now he has a big decision to make – will he begin a romance with new flame Rahim, or continue things with longtime crush Benji?

Starring: Michael Cimino, George Sear, Anthony Keyvan

Release date: 15 June

Where to watch: Disney+

Watch if you like: Heartstopper, Young Royals, To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before

12.

The Lazarus Project


Simon Ridgway/Sky

When a man wakes up one day and finds himself reliving a day from months ago, he thinks he’s lost his mind. All of his recent milestones have been undone and worst of all, he seems to be the only one who has noticed what’s happened.

Starring: Paapa Essiedu, Anjli Mohindra, Caroline Quentin

Release date: 16 June

Where to watch: Sky Max/NOW

Watch if you like: Black Mirror, The OneI May Destroy You

13.

The Summer I Turned Pretty


Amazon Prime Video

A young woman finds herself caught in a love triangle with two brothers over the course of one perfect summer.

Starring: Lola Tung, Jackie Chung, Rachel Blanchard

Release date: 17 June

Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video

Watch if you likeTo All The Boys I’ve Loved BeforeThe Kissing Booth, After

14.

Snowflake Mountain


Netflix

A bunch of clueless kidults who aren’t yet living up to their full potential are put through their paces at a wilderness survival retreat to try and kickstart them into standing on their own two feet. 

Starring: Various contestants

Release date: 22 June

Where to watch: Netflix

Watch if you like: Young, Dumb and Living Off Mum; Sun, Sex and Suspicious Parents; Blood, Sweat & T-Shirts

15.

Man vs Bee


Netflix

A bumbling father lands a new job as a housesitter, but when a bee lands on the scene, can he keep everything under control, or will their raucous rivalry lead to increasingly disastrous consequences?

Starring: Rowan Atkinson, Jing Lusi, Julian Rhind-Tutt

Release date: 24 June

Where to watch: Netflix

Watch if you likeMr BeanThe Cleaner, Miranda

16.

Only Murders in the Building – Season Two


Craig Blankenhorn/Hulu

Following the shocking death of Arconia Board President Bunny Folger, Charles, Oliver and Mabel race to unmask her killer.

Starring: Selena Gomez, Michael Short, Steve Martin

Release date: 28 June

Where to watch: Disney+

Watch if you like: Elemenrary, Search PartyThe Politician

17.

Atlanta – Season Three


FX

Earn, Alfred, Darius, and Van are in the midst of a successful European tour. As the group navigates their new surroundings as outsiders, they struggle to adjust to the newfound success they had aspired to.

Starring: Donald Glover, Brian Tyree Henry, Zazie Beetz

Release date: 29 June

Where to watch: Disney+

Watch if you likeInsecure, Empire, The Other Two

18.

Men


A24

A woman whose husband recently passed away decides to take a trip to the countryside, but her visit isn’t exactly the peaceful getaway she intended.

Starring: Jessie Buckley, Rory Kinnear, Paapa Essiedu 

Release date: 1 June

Where to watch: In cinemas

Watch if you like: Silent Night, The Witch, Ex Machina

19.

Bergman Island


Les films du losange

A couple of filmmakers in need of inspiration take a trip to a place that once inspired Ingmar Bergman; however, they soon find the line between reality and fiction is becoming more and more blurred with every passing day there.

Starring: Tim Roth, Mia Wasikowska, Vicky Krieps

Release date: 3 June

Where to watch: In cinemas

Watch if you like: C’mon C’mon, The Worst Person in the World, Azor

20.

Fire Island


Searchlight Pictures

A group of best friends head to Fire Island Pines for a hedonistic getaway; however, when a spanner gets thrown in the works, the groups’ ties are pushed to the limit, and their fun-filled summer is put at risk.

Starring: Bowen Yang, Margaret Cho, Conrad Ricamora

Release date: 3 June

Where to watch: Disney+

Watch if you like: Happiest Season, The Half of It, Unplugging

21.

My Name Is Leon


BBC/Douglas Road Productions/Ben Gregory-Ring

A young mixed-race boy is separated from his white baby brother after their mum has a breakdown. Though he’s young, he’s determined to reunite his family and navigate the racial tensions that played a part in their separation.

Starring: Monica Dolan, Malachi Kirby, Christopher Eccleston

Release date: 10 June

Where to watch: BBC iPlayer

Watch if you like: Beasts of the Southern Wild, Lion, Belfast 

22.

Jurassic World Dominion


Universal Pictures

Years after the events that destroyed Isla Nublar, the world is now occupied by dinosaurs. The final chapter in the Jurassic World saga will answer the question of whether humans and dinosaurs can actually co-exist.

Starring: Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Laura Dern

Release date: 10 June

Where to watch: In cinemas

Watch if you like: The Jurassic World films, Kong: Skull Island, War for the Planet of the Apes

23.

All My Friends Hate Me


BFI Distribution

A group of friends throw a surprise party out in the countryside, but the reunion soon descends into bickering, and things takes a dark and confusing turn.

Starring: Tom Stourton, Georgina Campbell, Joshua McGuire

Release date: 10 June

Where to watch: In cinemas

Watch if you like: The Squid And The Whale, Knives Out, Being John Malkovich

24.

Good Luck to You, Leo Grande


Lionsgate

A 55-year-old retired widow decides to hire a young sex worker with the hopes of rediscovering herself and having some good sex. 

Starring: Emma Thompson, Daryl McCormack, Isabella Laughland

Release date: 17 June

Where to watch: In cinemas

Watch if you like: Lady Bird, Calendar Girls, Best Sellers

25.

Cha Cha Real Smooth


Apple TV+

A college graduate struggling to find a purpose in life begins hosting local bar and bat mitzvahs. Soon he strikes up an unlikely yet fulfilling relationship with a local mum and her daughter. 

Starring: Dakota Johnson, Cooper Raiff, Vanessa Burghardt

Release date: 17 June

Where to watch: Apple TV+

Watch if you like: Shithouse, Saint Francis, Other People

26.

Lightyear


Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

After being stranded on a hostile planet, Buzz Lightyear and his crew face the daunting task of finding a way back home through time and space, all the while facing a new galactic threat. 

Starring: Chris Evans, Keke Palmer, Taika Waititi

Release date: 17 June

Where to watch: In cinemas

Watch if you like: The Toy Story movies, Turning Red, WALL-E

27.

The Lost Girls


Myriad Pictures

Four generations of Darling women recount their own separate adventures in Neverland. Wendy has managed to evade Peter Pan’s grasp, but now her daughter, Berry, has become a target for Peter too. 

Starring: Vanessa Redgrave, Joely Richardson, Louis Partridge

Release date: 17 June

Where to watch: In cinemas

Watch if you like: Finding Neverland, Emoticon ;), Every Day

28.

Rise


Disney+

Three Nigerian-Greek brothers emigrate to the United States where they all pursue a life of fame and fortune in the National Basketball Association.

Starring: Uche Agada, Ral Agada, Jaden Osimuwa 

Release date: 24 June

Where to watch: Disney+

Watch if you like: Race, Hoop Dreams, King Richard

29.

Trevor: The Musical


Disney+

Inspired by The Trevor Project charitable initiative, we follow 13-year-old Trevor on his journey of self-discovery as he enters his adolescence. 

Starring: Mark Aguirre, Aaron Alcaraz, Ava Briglia

Release date: 24 June

Where to watch: Disney+

Watch if you like: Billy Elliot, Fun Home, Hairspray 

Which of these are you looking forward to? Let us know in the comments below!


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