This docu-series digs into the behind-the-scenes drama of
the Duggar family and their TLC reality show. This includes the IBLP – the
church the family was associated with, as well as alleged systematic abuse by
June 2, Prime Video
2. "Shooting Stars"
An adaptation of Lebron James’ memoir, this movie chronicles
his high school years, along with his three best friends. As the Fab Four start
a new Catholic school together to further their basketball careers, they face
battles on the court and a chance at a national championship.
June 2, Peacock
3. "Lazarus Project"
In this series from TNT, George is recruited to join the
Lazarus Project, a secret organization with the ability to time travel. When he
faces a personal tragedy, he is tempted to use this knowledge to save the one
June 4, TNT
4. "Stars on Mars"
William Shatner hosts this
reality show competition series where celebrities are sent to Mars to fight for
survival. Just kidding – it’s a simulation with D-list celebrities Lance
Armstrong, Natasha Leggero, Marshawn Lynch, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Adam
Rippon, Ronda Rousey, Tom Schwartz, Richard Sherman, Tinashe, Porsha Williams
Guobadia, Tallulah Willis and Ariel Winter.
June 5, FOX
5. "Burden of Proof"
In this true-crime documentary, a man searches for answers
in the disappearance of his teenage sister years ago. The prime suspects?
June 6, HBO
6. "Based on a True Story"
This dark comedy series is actually based on a true story,
though it sounds stranger than fiction. A couple obsessed with true crime
podcasts (Kaley Cuoco and Chris Messina) try to start their own when they
realize a killer is in their midst. Now they just need the prime suspect on their show.
June 8, Peacock
Tom Holland stars in this miniseries as a young man,
arrested for multiple crimes, but blank spots in his memory make it difficult
for his defense. Details have been changed, but the original concept is based
on a true story of a man acquitted after a shocking diagnosis.
June 9, Apple TV+
8. "Flamin’ Hot"
Flamin’ Hot Cheetos were actually invented by a janitor at
Frito-Lay who rose up through the ranks when he showed the brand how to tap the
Hispanic market. This light-hearted dramatization is directed by by Eva
Longoria and stars Jess Garcia, Tony Shalhoub and Denis Haysbert.
June 9, Hulu and Disney
9. "The Full Monty"
Remember the surprise cinematic hit of 1997 about a bunch of
middle-aged blokes becoming strippers? Over 25 years later, this series will
get the gang back together including stars Robert Carlyle, Mark Addy and Tom Wilkinson.
June 15, Hulu
10. "Black Mirror"
Returning after a four year break, this dark sci-fi
anthology series premieres with five film-length episodes. The cast is packed
-- Aaron Paul, Zazie Beetz, Salma Hayek, Michael
Cera, Josh Hartnett, Annie Murphy, Kate Mara and Rob Delaney will star – and
the scenarios will be as dystopian-yet-relatable as ever.
June 15, Netflix
11. "Secret Invasion"
As the Marvel Cinematic Universe enters Phase 5, this series
will act as a continuation of the story in “Captain Marvel.” Nick Fury (Samuel
L. Jackson) fights an invading group of Skrull aliens, with assistance from ally
Skrull Talos (Ben Mendelsohn) and his daughter (Emilia
June 21, Disney+
12. "And Just Like
And just like that, both John Corbett and Kim Cattrall
reprise their roles as Aidan and Samantha in the second season of the “Sex and
the City” reboot.
June 22, Max
13. "The Bear"
In the second season o the hit comedy-drama, we find Carmy
and Sydney desperate to start their own restaurant, but they keep hitting
roadblocks in their journey.
June 22, Hulu
14. "I’m a Virgo"
Jharrel Jerome plays a
13-foot-tall Black man venturing out into the world for the first time, which
includes a meeting with his idol, a superhero named The Hero (played by Walter
Goggins). This absurdist series comes from rapper-director Boots Riley, who
also directed the acclaimed “Sorry to Bother You.”
June 23, Prime Video
15. "World’s Best"
Prem Patel , a 12-year-old math genius, discovers his late
father (Utkarsh Ambudkar) was a famous rapper in this
musical film. Prem uses his imagination to conjure him back to life as he
explores the musical side of his DNA.
June 23, Disney+
A plane’s hijacking unfolds in real time in this tense drama
minsieries starring Idris Elba. He plays a negotiator who must use his skills to
barter a deal with terrorists and save all the passengers, including himself.