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This news is sure to delight fashion lovers everywhere. Relive the drama between Andy and Miranda Priestly time and time again when The Devil Wears Prada arrives on Hulu on June 1st. Anne Hathaway, Meryl Streep and Emily Blunt star in this 2006 hit that follows the story of Andy, a recent college graduate who lands a job at a prestigious magazine in NYC. Working under her tyrant of an editor, Andy is forced to change her look as well as her values. Thinking of doing a magazine internship? Don't let this flick scare you.
Science fiction and Will Smith - what more could a gal wish for? In this action flick, the aliens are coming and their goal is to take over the earth - all in time for 4th of July weekend. This flick was first released all the way back in 1996, now you'll be able to watch it on Hulu come June 1st. We'd watch it for a 90s Will Smith and Jeff Goldblum alone.
The Handmaid's Tale is back on June 5th and it looks to be packed full of drama. The show's latest trailer shows leading lady Offred (Elizabeth Moss) explaining the changes that have gone on since last season. In this season, we can expect to watch Offred working towards creating an army of allies to fight against her oppressors. If you're a fan of the first season, you'll know that the plot followed closely to Margaret Atwood’s original novel, however, it looks as though this new season will take on a new storyline - so who knows what we can expect? Either way, we can't wait to see what's in store.
If you're into a political drama, this 2018 hit will be ready to watch on June 10th. Vice follows the story of Governor George W. Bush when he picks Dick Cheney to be his Republican running mate in the 2000 presidential election — something some of us might remember happening IRL. When Bush wins on a technicality, Cheney begins his journey to help reshape the country and the world. Even if you don't have a head for politics, this one is definitely an interesting watch.
This 2011 rom-com follows the story of lifelong friends Emma (Natalie Portman) and Adam (Ashton Kutcher), who take their relationship out of the friend zone by deciding to start hooking up. Weary of ruining their friendship, the two promise to keep things between them purely physical, with no expectations and zero emotional ties. You can only imagine how that one goes. This easy watch will be on Hulu on June 14th.
Season two of Good Trouble is coming and we can't wait. This season, Callie and Mariana start their careers in Los Angeles while trying to figure out who it is that they really are. From watching the trailer, it looks like the girls' trouble is far from over. Callie still seems stuck in her love triangle, while Mariana tries to figure out whether or not she wants to stay at her company. Watch the second season of the Freeform show on Hulu starting June 19th.
The Spy Who Dumped Me tells the story of Audrey (Mila Kunis) and Morgan (Kate McKinnon), two best friends who manage to get caught up in an international conspiracy when one of them figures out the boyfriend who just dumped her was a spy - don't you just hate when that happens? A witty play on the Austin Powers title, this chick flick is ideal for those Wednesday wine nights when you just need to switch the brain off. It arrives on Hulu on June 29th.
Need a break from all the serial killer documentaries? We hear you. Ask Dr. Ruth tells the story of the life of Dr. Ruth Westheimer, a Holocaust survivor who became America's most famous sex therapist. The documentary follows Dr.Ruth as she approaches her 90th birthday - but she shows no signs of slowing down just yet. We watch Dr. Ruth revisit her painful past and reveal how she found a career at the forefront of the sexual revolution. You can watch this feel-good flick on June 1st.
What's more confusing than a sexy Christian Bale playing a crazy serial killer? Very few things. Patrick Bateman is a successful NYC investment banker who spends his free time dining in expensive restaurants while keeping up appearances for his fiancée (Reese Witherspoon) and his close group of rich associates, all while living a second life as a manic serial killer by night. With a stellar cast featuring Bale, Witherspoon and Jared Leto, this movie is a must watch come June 1st when it arrives on Hulu.
Three new episodes of the sci-fi series from Charlie Brooker are coming and we can hardly wait. Out June 5th, all we know about Black Mirror's new season is that it features a star-studded cast including Miley Cyrus, Anthony Mackey, plus Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Topher Grace, Damson Idris, Andrew Scott, Nicole Beharie, Pom Klementieff, Angourie Rice, Madison Davenport, and Ludi Lin. Netflix has teased the show to be "about the future we should have seen coming.” Spooky.
Adam Sandler's fourth Netflix original is on its way and we've high hopes.Murder Mystery stars Jennifer Aniston alongside Sandler as his wife. The couple decided to travel to Europe on a romantic getaway and, after being invited to a weird dinner where they witness a murder, they end up having to prove their innocence. The drama-comedy will be on Netflix on June 14th.
25 years after it first aired, Netflix has renewed Tales of the City for a fourth season exclusively for its streaming platform. Netflix has described the series like so: “Mary Ann, who returns home to San Francisco and is reunited with her daughter Shawna and ex-husband Brian, twenty years after leaving them behind to pursue her career. Fleeing the midlife crisis that her picture-perfect Connecticut life created, Mary Ann returns home to her chosen family and will quickly be drawn back into the orbit of Anna Madrigal and the residents of 28 Barbary Lane.” The show will be available to stream June 7th.
Beats tells the story of a hip-hop prodigy and former music manager who end up crossing paths in Chicago’s South Side, ultimately forming a bond and helping each other face demons of their pasts. This is one of the first hip-hop focused stories produced by Netflix since Baz Lurhmann’s TV series The Get Down was canceled back in 2017. Starring Khalil Everage, Anthony Anderson, and Orange is the New Black's Uzo Aduba, Beats is scheduled to be released by Netflix on June 19th.
After the recent release of the Malibu Rescue movie in May, Netflix has also announced the arrival of the associated series on June 3rd. After the junior lifeguards have just received their full training, Team Flounder returns to Malibu to keep the beach safe. This lighthearted show will see two groups of kids pitted against each other to become kings of the beach and win the ultimate Lifeguard tower.
Netflix picked up Designated Survivor last year and now the revival years are coming June 7th. The one-time ABC show centers around US politician Tom Kirkman who, after a terrorist attack on Capitol Hill destroys the US Senate and US cabinet, is forced to become the acting President of the United States. Viewers will be happy to see the return of Kiefer Sutherland playing a very similar role to all of his others. (No hate!)
Stand-up comedian Gabriel Iglesias is about to star in his own series that follows a sweet public high school teacher whose mission is to help struggling kids. He takes on teaching smart but rebellious kids to not only save them from being expelled by a bully Assistant Principal, but also to help them realize their full potential. Mr. Iglesias will be available to stream on June 21st on Netflix.
Not to be confused with the TV show of the same name, Rules of Engagement follows the story of Terry Childers (Samuel L. Jackson), a Marine veteran who finds himself put on trial after one of his rescue missions went terribly wrong. For his lawyer, he chooses a former comrade who owes his life to his client, Hays Hodges (Tommy Lee Jones). Catch this classic on Amazon Prime on June 30th.
Try your best not to fangirl, but the Jonas Brothers' movie Chasing Happiness is coming to Amazon Prime on June 4th. The documentary promises some behind-the-scenes footage of Nick Jonas, Joe Jonas, and Kevin Jonas, starting with their childhood in New Jersey right up to their booming success. The doc will reveal the events that lead up to the band's 2013 breakup and will also show the brothers rebuilding their relationships before their first new album since 2009. Mark this date in your diaries!
Ahead of season nine's premiere in July, Amazon Prime will add season eight of Suits to its existing online boxset on June 17th. Catch up on the latest with the lawyers at Zane Specter Litt Wheeler Williams before the new season by watching some old episodes or binging the entire series in one weekend. You do you — we don't judge here.
This '90s classic has shot back into the spotlight ever since Ariana Grande reenacted it in her Ellen DeGeneres Show performance for her song. "Thank U, Next." If you haven't seen it yet, the movie's plot follows three former college friends (played by the iconic trip Bette Midler, Goldie Hawn, and Diane Keaton), who reunite after 30 years at a friend's funeral. When the friends discover the reason for their friend's tragic suicide, they realize how badly they have been treated by their ex-husbands and plot revenge. This classic will be on Amazon Prime coming June 30th.
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After a recent split from her husband, Alice Kinney, played by Reese Witherspoon, makes a new start by moving to LA with her two daughters. It's not long before Alice meets Harry, George and Teddy, three younger filmmakers who end up living in her guesthouse. Alice struggles as she gets closer to Harry and his friends, and it peaks when her ex-husband and the father of her children comes back to her hoping to make them a family again. This romantic drama will be ready for streaming on June 7th.
If you're in serious need of a laugh, you should tune in to Amazon Prime on June 30th. Talladega Nights tells the story of NASCAR driver Ricky Bobby (Will Ferrell) who is loved by everyone, incredibly famous, and not to mention, super wealthy. Ricky loses it all when Formula One champion Jean Girard (Sacha Baron Cohen) crashes into his spotlight. We love a rivalry. The movie follows Ricky and Jean as they fight for the title of world's greatest NASCAR driver, all while encountering a number of complications and hilarious hijinx along the way.
Based on the novel by Bret Easton Ellis, this movie follows Patrick Bateman's younger brother and his college friends as they get caught up in the world of sex, drugs, music, and mayhem. The story focuses on three students who find themselves entangled in a bizarre love triangle. Starring Dawson Leery James Van Der Beek, The Vampire Diaries stud Ian Somerhalder, and Shannyn Sossamon, this dark teen drama will be available to stream June 30th.
It's the one we've all been waiting for — the gals in Monterey are back for a second season and it's about to get even more complicated than before. Big Little Lies season two will involve the durability of friendships, the fragility of marriage, the art of parenting — and, of course — lies in the perfect town of Monterey Bay. We'll see the return of the original cast and new member Meryl Streep. Tune into HBO Go on June 9th for the most dramatic show about mothering since Desperate Housewives.
The biggest movie of the year is coming to HBO Go and we're prepared to cry all over again. Next month, the Oscar-winning remake of A Star is Born will be available to stream on HBO Go for you to relive over and over again. According to HBO, A Star is Born will arrive on the platform on June 8th, just one day before Big Little Lies returns. Talk about a big weekend for HBO - some redemption after that Game of Thrones finale, maybe?