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The pro of binge-watching: powering through an entire TV season in a weekend. The con: having to wait a full year to see the next one. (Looking at you, Orange Is the New Black.) But rejoice! The ladies of Litchfield are back--along with some pretty stellar, award-winning flicks.

NewtoNetflixJune orangeisthenewblack

“Orange Is the New Black”

Will Piper and Alex get back together? Does Red make it out alive? What will Crazy Eyes pee on this time? Surely season three will be as epic as the last. (Available June 12)

NewtoNetflixJune beyondthelights

“Beyond the Lights”

Introducing the seemingly cheesy (yet surprisingly awesome) love story you gotta see. The deal is this: A rising pop star falls for a cop who saves her life. Trials, tribulations and love-conquers-all battles ensue. (Available June 24)

NewtoNetflixJune nightcrawler

“Nightcrawler”

This critically acclaimed (yet notably Oscar-snubbed) indie thriller stars Jake Gyllenhaal as a thief turned crime videographer. (Available June 10)

NewtoNetflixJune cake

“Cake”

Keeping with the Oscar-controversies theme is Jennifer Aniston's transformation into a chronic-pain patient struggling to keep it together. (Available June 20)

NewtoNetflixJune twodaysonenight

“Two Days, One Night”

Why was Cake a controversy? Because Marion Cotillard edged Aniston out of her Oscar nom with this story about a woman who's suffered a nervous breakdown. #drama (Available June 16)

NewtoNetflixJune amostwantedman

“A Most Wanted Man”

As if being Philip Seymour Hoffman's last role isn't reason enough to watch, this is actually a pretty great little spy movie. (Available June 19)

NewtoNetflixJune thebutler

“The Butler”

Right now director Lee Daniels is riding high on his over-the-top Empire success, but let's not forget his more serious work, like this civil-rights piece starring Forest Whitaker and Oooooprahhhhh. (Available June 15)

NewtoNetflixJune theaviator

“The Aviator”

A relative oldie but a goodie: Leonardo DiCaprio throws it back to play the famously bonkers tycoon Howard Hughes. (Available June 1)

NewtoNetflixJune pussyriot

“Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer”

You've seen their masked faces on the news. Now meet the ladies who are challenging Russia's status quo. (Available June 15)

NewtoNetflixJune ballet422

“Ballet 422”

Another fascinating yet far less intense documentary: This flick follows the New York City Ballet's youngest choreographer, Justin Peck, as he makes his contemporary mark on the arts world. (Available June 25)

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