If you’re looking to broaden your viewing horizons and aren’t sure where to start, these are the top 10 new shows you should be watching on Netflix in June 2022. Netflix is always releasing new original content to keep their customers engaged, and they have been rolling out new seasons of current shows at a pretty impressive rate lately. This list includes some of the best shows released this year so far, as well as shows that are expected to be released in the next few months that people seem to be really excited about. If you’re stuck on what show to watch next, look no further!
This fourth season of the American science fiction horror drama series, titled Stranger Things 4, is a joint season of seven episodes, which was released on Netflix in two volumes on May 27, 2022 and July 1, 2022. The events of the fourth season occur eight months after the end of the third season, so that strange deaths linked to the Upside Down lead to growing paranoia among the people of Hawkins.
The final season of the Peaky Blinders premieres, bringing everything to a head. The story of a gangster family in 1900s England gets better as the Shelbys come to terms with a loss four years in the making. The Prohibition Era has ended, leading Tommy (Murphy) to turn to the opium trade. In order to make enough money, he allied with his worst enemies, leading Murphy, Anderson, Claflin, Hardy, and Graham, among others, to be in the story. The story will also be home for one last gothic, heavy story.
Starring Rowan Atkinson (the mastermind behind Mr. Bean) in this nearly dialogue-free Netflix Original series, we find the comedian entangled in a mano-a-mano conflict with a bee in a luxurious mansion. Will Atkinson be victorious? Who knows, but at least there’s tons of funny antics in the meantime. To find out in the deliciously dangerous Man Vs Bee.
The long-awaited third season of this popular Netflix original superhero adventure-comedy series is finally here! The Umbrella Academy Season 3 introduces a character called Viktor Hargreeves (Page), formerly known as Vanya, who went from being the sole Hargreeves sibling without superpowers to becoming strong enough to invoke an apocalypse in the span of two seasons. So, you can imagine that, as well as from the rest of the cast, as they all find themselves in a new world that’s arisen after preventing a mass apocalyptic event in 1963, leaving them to come to grips with a new world in which they exist, where an alternate version of their family called The Sparrow Academy seems determined to get in their way. In this latest season of The Umbrella Academy, the show welcomes back fan-favorite characters and brings on new ones for the viewers to love, so it’s a super-series not to be missed.
The horror mystery-drama is based on the short story First Kill by V.E. Schwab, a queer, lesbian take on the popular Twilight-esque vampire love stories of the 2000s. Calliope (Lewis) and Juliette (Hook) are the two female leads in this unconventional love story. Although they’re each looking for their first kill to qualify for their family trade, vampire slayer Calliope and previously bitten Juliette meet, which eventually results in an emotionally and physically charged supernatural romance.
Spriggan is a Japanese-language Netflix Original anime series based on the manga series by Hiroshi Takashige and Ryōji Minagawa, in which dangerous ancient alien artifacts remain on Earth, with ARCAM corporation’s Spriggan agents assigned to recover them. It may be animated, but this is a heart-pounding action-adventure series for everyone- both children and adults- so keep an eye out for SPRIGGAN this June.
God’s Favorite Idiot is a fresh series about a messenger of God and tech support guy Clark Thompson who begins an unlikely relationship with coworker Amily Luck at the same time he becomes the inadvertent messenger of God and it’s up to him to avert an impending apocalypse. Relax. You’re not under any pressure here.
If you’re a K-drama fan, get ready because Netflix is about to release the perfect Korean romantic-drama series to kick off your summer streaming! Alchemy of Souls tells the story of a powerful sorceress in a blind woman’s body as she encounters a man from a prestigious family, who needs her help in changing his destiny. As they battle with their bad luck, can these two magicians discover the courage to change their twisted fate?
In 2008, an investigation of the Yearning for Zion Ranch in West Texas generated international attention when the government found evidence of physical, sexual, and psychological abuse in addition to seizing over 400 children into custody. In this four-part Netflix Original docuseries, viewers get an in-depth look at 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. Full of never-before-seen archival footage and personal stories of brave men and women who escaped Jeffs’ grasp, Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey aims to preserve these difficult-to-forget moments. This is a story of immense bravery and tenacity in the face of an extraordinarily tyrannical cult leader, and a cult responsible for rape, sexual abuse, polygamy, and brainwashing.
The upcoming HBO series You Don’t Know Me is an English crime drama based on the 2017 novel of the same name. In it, a South London man is on trial for murder but uses his closing statement to share his story, professing his innocence and sharing his amazing love story.