What’s on Netflix in June 2017?

Until you subscribe to the streaming service, you’ll only be able to watch all of the series one way or another. Here’s what’s coming to a Netflix near you in December Transparent (16 June)…

What's on Netflix in June 2017?

Until you subscribe to the streaming service, you’ll only be able to watch all of the series one way or another. Here’s what’s coming to a Netflix near you in December

Transparent (16 June)

As the star-studded new comedy about a transgender woman’s journey to becoming her authentic self begins to rise on the charts, the existing season of the show is leaving Netflix in favour of a fourth one.

Jane Eyre (16 June)

Billed as a new retelling of Charlotte Bronte’s 19th-century Gothic classic, this three-part series was developed by Emmy-winning American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy. On Friday, the fourth season of Murphy’s popular horror show returns with Hotel.

Swingers (24 June)

At a time when the term “binge-watching” was still in its infancy, Steve Buscemi’s turn as a group of strapping twentysomethings trying to find their way in America in this 90s classic earned the actor critical accolades.

The Blacklist (24 June)

After a seven-season run in which Tom Keen (Ryan Eggold) spent as much time in prison as on the run, the latest series is closing in on the final hour. It will broadcast simultaneously across the globe.

Married: The First Year (26 June)

The first season of Kay Cannon’s Netflix comedy about a couple struggling to cope in the aftermath of their marriage broke ground for the streaming service, challenging long-standing stereotypes about same-sex marriage in America.

The Last Tycoon (26 June)

The last part of Amazon’s two-part The Man in the High Castle adaptation comes as Roosevelt and his tame running partner Kolchak (Peter MacNicol) plan their one last mission to save the world.

Narcos (27 June)

It’s been months since the end of the second season of Netflix’s sprawling documentary series. Now it’s time to meet the people responsible for the Cali Cartel, one of the biggest criminal organisations in recent years.

Ozark (27 June)

The third season of the Jason Bateman-starring Netflix drama will soon hit the streaming service. It sees Bateman as a family man and financial adviser who becomes the most wanted man in the US after being linked to an interstate drug trafficking case.

Fuller House (29 June)

The newest member of the Full House canon will shoot to the front of the queue after its success in a partnership between Netflix and the original series’ creator Jeff Franklin.

The Ranch (29 June)

The second series of the Netflix comedy-drama also returns to the streaming service, as Danny Tanner’s brothers are called to bring fun and games to the idyllic life in Colorado. Danny Sr (Ashton Kutcher) is struggling with a mental breakdown while the family’s former Indian princess warms up to Danny Jr (Sam Elliott).

La La Land (30 June)

The Oscar-winning musical from Damien Chazelle starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone will enter its third season on the streaming service on 30 June.

Toddlers & Tiaras (31 June)

Yes, it’s been 15 years since Toddlers & Tiaras began, and I still cannot get past the fact that it’s on Netflix. One of a growing list of shows I will not miss once it’s leaving.

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