What’s new on Netflix this June: Black Mirror, The Missing and more

by Dublin Gazette
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With the summer weather yet to grace us with its presence, Netflix has blessed us with a list of great new content instead this June.

June sees the return of some of Netflix’s highly-rated original series, including the long-awaited fifth season of sci-fi thriller, Black Mirror.

The fifth season sees three standout episodes: Smithereens, Rachel, Jack and Ashley, Too, and Striking Vipers, with an all-star class each episode including Andrew Scott, Anthony Mackie and Miley Cyrus. Black Mirror is available for streaming now.

Designated Survivor also makes a comeback to Netflix on June 7, and the gloves are going to come off this season. Kirkman launches his election campaign, but it isn’t without some incidents.

Returning for a third season, The Missing returns to Netflix on June 17. In this season, Julien Baptiste is looking for a missing prostitute in Amsterdam, and manages to expose a complex web of deception and lies.

June sees some new content come to the platform too, including Awake: The Million Dollar Game.

Coming to screens on June 14, the new comedy game show sees contestants stumble through several challenges after 24 hours with no sleep for a chance at willing $1 million.

In what will be a lighthearted watch, a new comedy comes to screens on June 21. Starring stand-up comedian Gabriel Iglesias, comedy series Mr Iglesias is about a good-natured high school history teacher who tries to help gifted misfit kids.

For fans of YouTube and all its stars, one of the platform’s biggest stars will come to Netflix for a comedy special this month.

Miranda Sings Live … Your Welcome will focus on the creator of the popular Miranda Sings character, Colleen Ballinger, while she reads snippets of her diary and sings through some of the weird comments she receives, and more.

One of the more interesting documentaries making its debut this month is The Chef Show. In the show, actor and director Jon Favreau and award-winning chef Roy Choi reunite after their critically acclaimed film Chef to embark on a new adventure.

From sharing a meal with The Avengers cast in Atlanta, to smoking brisket in Texas with world-renowned pitmaster Aaron Franklin, to honouring the legendary food critic Jonathan Gold in Los Angeles, Favreau and Choi embrace their passion for food and bringing people together.

All these titles and more are available on Netflix this June.

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