Nothing is better than getting sucked into a binge worthy Netflix series or movie which is why we have curated a list of our top Netflix suggestions for June. Grab all your essentials, get cozy and enjoy!
1. Dead to Me
Recently renewed for Season Two, this dark comedy is sure to be one of your Netflix's next big hits. After meeting in grief counseling, Jen (Christina Applegate) and Judy (Linda Cardellini) form an undeniable bond like that blossoms into a sister like friendship. As time passes and the dynamic duo become closer, will a surprisingly shocking secret change everything? Tune in to find out!
10 episodes/26-30 minutes
2. Always Be My Maybe
Three things sucked me into this movie after watching the trailer... The Soundtrack. The Cast. The Witty Humor. This romantic comedy follows the story of two best friends, Marcus (Randall Park) and Sasha (Ali Wong) as they grow up and grow apart. However, when life takes one of them in an unanticipated directions and their paths reconnect, they discover some things never change.
1 Hour 42 Minute
3. Murder Mystery
Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler are outstanding in this hilarious comedy about a married couple taking a long awaited trip to Europe for their 10-year anniversary. Once they start on their adventure and a murder occurs, will they be able to solve the age old tale of 'whodunit?'; or will they quickly find themselves as suspects?
1 hr 37 min
4. Tales of the City
Be ready to feel all the feels during this ten episode limited series... After abandoning her life and all that she left behind at 28 Barbary Lane, Mary Ann Singleton (Laura Linney) must navigate how to pick up the pieces while reuniting with the ghosts of the past when she returns for Anna Madrigal's, the woman who started it all, 90th birthday. As she begins to find the answers she is looking for, she begins to experience the reasons why 28 Barbary Lane was so magical to begin with.
10 episodes/42-60 minutes
5. When They See Us
Created by Ava DuVernay and based on a true story and following the trial and lives of "The Central Park Five" (now called "The Exonerated 5"), When They See Us, sheds light on the injustices that occur in the American criminal justice system when 5 young minority men find themselves fighting for their lives as well as their innocent records. When 5 innocent young men were found guilty of sexual crimes they would later be vacated of, they must go to prison where we see their struggles, fear, pain, and the effects the New York Prison System would ultimately inflict on their lives.
4 episodes/ 64-88 minutes