What’s new on Netflix, Stan, BINGE, Amazon Prime, Disney+ and Apple TV+

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Everything streaming on Netflix, Stan, BINGE, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+ and Apple TV+ that’s worth your time from June 6-12, 2022.

NETFLIX

Bill Burr Presents: Friends Who Kill (June 6th)

Ol’ mate Bill Burr presents a comedy special where he introduces a bunch of his comedy mates and has them do routines. Expect bulk chuckles and probably a few groans too.

Bill Burr's here to joke-complain about a bunch of stuff and you'll be happy to hear it too! Picture: Netflix
Bill Burr's here to joke-complain about a bunch of stuff and you'll be happy to hear it too, dammit! Picture: Netflix

Hustle (8th June)

Decent looking sports drama about a basketball scout who finds an amazing player and brings him back to America. Adam Sandler stars in one of his rare, but usually excellent, serious roles. Hopefully it's a bit less stressful than Uncut Gems, though.

Adam Sandler's back, but this time not in a forgettable comedy. Instead a (hopefully) not forgettable drama! Picture: Netflix
Adam Sandler's back, but this time not in a forgettable comedy. Instead the (hopefully) memorable drama, Hustle! Picture: Netflix

Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey (June 8th)

Intense docu-series about Warren Jeffs, a dodgy fundamentalist Mormon bloke who managed to build a cult that was into all sorts of extremely hideous shenanigans. True crime/cult obsessives will be delighted.

Yup, nothing creepy here. Everything is totally fine and normal in Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey. Picture: Netflix
Yup, nothing creepy here. Everything is totally fine and normal in Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey. Picture: Netflix

Rhythm and Flow France (June 9th)

Game show where French rappers spit rhymes freestyle against one another for a grand prize of 100,000 Euros. High degree of difficulty because “je m'appelle” is a mongrel to fit into a verse.

Peaky Blinders S6 (June 10th)

The final season of Peaky Blinders is here and, crikey, we’re going to miss it. Still, there’s apparently a movie and possibly a spin-off series or two on the way. So, dry your tears, love.

"So, you take a left and then two rights... wait, why are you crying?" Peaky Blinders needs to be more responsible with its knife usage. Picture: Netflix
"So, you take a left and then two rights... wait, why are you crying?" Peaky Blinders needs to be more responsible with its knife usage. Picture: Netflix

STAN

Everything I Know About Love S1 (June 8th)

Based on the bestselling book by Dolly Alderton, this show about two besties growing up together is bound to be a welcome dollop of quality drama with tears and triumphs aplenty.

Everything I Know About Love also seems to know quite a bit about grog. Coincidence? Probs not, hey. Picture: Stan
Everything I Know About Love also seems to know quite a bit about grog. Coincidence? Probs not, hey. Picture: Stan

Queer as Folk S1 (June 10th)

A reimagining of the fabulous original show from the early 2000s, this version is set in New Orleans and has been updated for 2022 sensibilities. Also, it contains 100% more Kim Cattrall than And Just Like That!

Queer as Folk is back with a timely reimagining of the classic series. A perfect month for this fabulous addition to your telly lineup. Picture: Stan
Queer as Folk is back with a timely reimagining of the classic series. A perfect month for this fabulous addition to your telly lineup. Picture: Stan

Becoming Elizabeth S1 (June 12th)

Historical drama about the younger years of Queen Elizabeth I, the royal who was lucky enough to be played by Cate Blanchett TWICE! Pretty solid early buzz on this one so likely worth a squiz.

Becoming Elizabeth is basically Lizzy: The Early Years, bringing the quality historical drama and a new perspective. Picture: Stan
Becoming Elizabeth is basically Lizzy: The Early Years, bringing the quality historical drama and a new perspective. Picture: Stan

BINGE

Irma Vep (June 7th)

Alicia Vikander stars in this slick drama about a disillusioned actress who moves to France to star in a remake of the French silent film Les Vampires. This actually looks really interesting, stylish and quirky.

We're not 100% sure what's going on in Irma Vep, but Alicia Vikander is making it look good. Picture: BINGE
We're not 100% sure what's going on in Irma Vep, but Alicia Vikander is making it look good. Picture: BINGE

Roswell, New Mexico S4 (June 7th)

The fourth and final season of the reboot of Roswell is here and fans will have to give their beloved show a bittersweet farewell. The rest of us will be all, “Oh, that show existed?” Hopefully, it sticks the landing.

The Janes (June 9th)

Hard-hitting and unfortunately very timely documentary about a group of feminists who fought for reproductive rights in pre-Roe v Wade America. This has been getting raves from everyone.

This image from The Janes could not be any more 1970s if it tried. It really was a different time... Picture: BINGE
This image from The Janes could not be any more 1970s if it tried. It really was a different time... Picture: BINGE

Amazon Prime Video

The Spy Who Dumped Me (June 7th)

Is this a good movie? No, probably not. It is, however, a fun movie. Starring Kate McKinnon, Mila Kunis and Gillian Anderson, treat yourself and watch it under a warm blankie. With a hot Milo. And snacks.

Disney+

Ms. Marvel (June 8th)

The new Marvel show introduces us to Kamala Khan, the world’s first Muslim superhero! This looks to be a completely delightful, kid-friendly yarn with plenty of action, romance and social commentary.

Ms. Marvel is the latest, and hopefully greatest, addition to the ever growing library of superhero shows. Although this one hits a little different. Picture: Disney+
Ms. Marvel is the latest, and hopefully greatest, addition to the ever-growing library of superhero shows. Although this one hits a little different. Picture: Disney+

Apple TV+

PICK OF THE WEEK

For All Mankind S3 (June 10th)

The third season of one of the best shows on telly is finally here! This brilliant, smart and thought-provoking alternate history yarn is an absolute pearler, and this new season is shaping up to be its best so far. Seriously, do not sleep on this.

In case you missed it: Here's what was new on Netflix, Stan, Binge and Disney+ November May 30-June 5, 2022.

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