10 Must-Watch Shows Coming Out in June, According to an Entertainment Editor
If you’re anything like me, you always put serious thought into your streaming queue. It’s not that I’m extremely particular—it’s that I always finish what I start, so there’s no point in wasting my time on a show that isn’t going to keep me entertained. That’s why I compiled a list of ten TV shows premiering next month that are guaranteed to have you clicking that “next episode” button.
From Lisey’s Story to Lupin, here are ten must-watch shows coming out in June, according to an entertainment editor.
1. 'Lisey's Story'
Premiere date: June 4 on Apple TV+
This Stephen King adaptation is about a woman named Lisey (Julianne Moore), who discovers troubling information about her late husband (Clive Owen) two years after his passing. Bonus points for the all-star cast, which includes Joan Allen, Ron Cephas Jones, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Sung Kang and Dane DeHaan.
3. 'In the Dark'
Premiere date: June 9 on The CW
You may have watched the first two seasons on Netflix, but In the Dark is actually a CW original series. The drama is returning for its highly anticipated third season following Murphy Mason (Perry Mattfeld), a blind woman who’s on a mission to solve her friend’s murder.
5. 'Workin' Moms'
Premiere date: June 15 on Netflix
The relatable sitcom is back for season five, which documents the unlikely friendship between four working moms (duh).
Premiere date: June 18 on Apple TV+
Set in the ’80s, this satire comedy follows Sheila Rubin (Rose Byrne), a San Diego housewife who launches a VHS aerobics business. “Alexa, play ‘Physical’ by Olivia Newton-John.”
8. 'Kevin Can F**k Himself'
Premiere date: June 20 on AMC
If you loved Schitt’s Creek, then you need to watch this all-new series starring Annie Murphy (who played Alexis Rose on the popular sitcom). Kevin Can F**k Himself is a dark comedy about a wife who suddenly realizes her marriage is far from perfect.
9. 'Too Hot to Handle'
Premiere date: June 23 on Netflix
Think of it as a cross between Love Is Blind and Love Island, following a group of ten single contestants who travel to a tropical paradise in the hope of winning the grand prize: $100,000. The catch? In order to win the full amount, they must keep their hands to themselves or risk monetary deductions.
10. 'The Mysterious Benedict Society'
Premiere date: June 25 on Disney+
Based on Trenton Lee Stewart’s best-selling novel, this mystery adventure series documents a group of orphans as they uncover the truth about their nefarious boarding school (aka The Institute). Dun dun dunnn.