Here's What You're Gonna Wanna Watch in June 2019!



There's TONS of good TV & Movies coming to Netflix and CRAVE in June.. but here is what EVERYONE will be talking about! 



Trinkets (Netflix Original series) (June 1st , NETFLIX)

Synopsis: When three teenage girls from different corners of the high school cafeteria find themselves in the same mandated Shoplifter’s Anonymous meeting, an unlikely friendship forms. Elodie, the grieving misfit, Moe, the mysterious outsider and Tabitha, the imperfect picture of perfection, will find strength in each other as they negotiate family issues, high school drama and the complicated dilemma of trying to fit in while longing to break out.



A Dog’s Purpose  (June 1st , NETFLIX)

Synopsis: A dog looks to discover his purpose in life over the course of several lifetimes and owners.


Black Mirror (Season 5) (June 5th, NETFLIX)

After the surprise release of the interactive Bandersnatch last Christmas, Charlie Brooker’s dystopian horror series returns to form (or does it?) with a fifth season consisting of just three episodes. Each episode runs around an hour each and features Avengers: Endgame’s Anthony Mackie and Pom Klementieff; Sleepy Hollow’s Nicole Beharie; Aquaman’s Yahya Abdul-Mateen; Fleabag’s Andrew Scott; Snowfall’s Damson Idris and Topher Grace; Miley Cyrus and Every Day’s Angourie Rice. How will technology bite these particular humans in the ass? Click and see. It’s not like you have a choice. June 5


I Am Mother (Netflix Original film) (June 6th, NETFLIX)

Synopsis: In the wake of humanity’s extinction, a teenage girl is raised by a robot designed to repopulate the earth. But their unique bond is threatened when an inexplicable stranger arrives with alarming news.


Tales of the City (Netflix Original series) (June 6th, NETFLIX)

Synopsis: Returning to San Francisco after a long absence, Mary Ann Singleton reunites with the colourful community of LGBTQ characters at 28 Barbary Lane.


Big Little Lies (June 9th, CRAVE)

Synopsis: HBO’s award-winning, subversive, darkly comedic drama Big Little Lies returns for a second season. The new seven-episode season explores the malignancy of lies, the durability of friendships, and the vicious ferocity of sound parenting. Created by David E. Kelley, “The Monterey Five”—Madeline (Reese Witherspoon), Celeste (Nicole Kidman), Jane (Shailene Woodley), Renata (Laura Dern), and Bonnie (Zoë Kravitz)—are joined by Celeste’s visiting mother-in-law, Mary Louise (Meryl Streep), and their husbands, Ed (Adam Scott), Nathan (James Tupper) and Gordon (Jeffrey Nordling). The new season is directed by Andrea Arnold.



Handmaids Tale  (June 9th, CRAVE)

The third season of Hulu’s Emmy Award-winning series is driven by titular handmaid June’s (Elisabeth Moss) resistance to the dystopian regime of Gilead, in which she finds herself once again after opting not to flee to Canada with her baby at the end of the second season. Now, she will struggle to strike back against the regime against overwhelming odds. There will be startling reunions, betrayals and a journey to the terrifying heart of Gilead which forces all characters to take a stand, guided by one defiant prayer: “Blessed be the fight.”



Murder Mystery (Netflix Original film) (June 14th, NETFLIX)

Synopsis: On holiday in Europe, a New York policeman and his wife find themselves mixed up the murder of a wealthy man who invited them on his yacht...


Euphoria – SERIS PREMIER (June 16th, CRAVE)

Synopsis: From executive producers Drake and Future the Prince, HBO’s new drama series Euphoria follows a group of high school students as they navigate drugs, sex, identity, trauma, social media, love and friendship. Zendaya leads an ensemble cast that also includes Maude Apatow, Eric Dane, Jacob Elordi, Sydney Sweeney and more. All episodes are created and written by Sam Levinson, who also serves as executive producer. Euphoria is based on the Israeli series of the same name and was recently described by Vogue as “a kaleidoscopic, hyperbolic depiction of contemporary American high school life, where the youth of today are formed in a crucible of social media, online porn, and easy access to drugs of all kinds.”