New Netflix movies and series: June 1, 2022

Netflix always adds a bunch of new movies and shows on the first of the month and June is no different. June 1st brings a bunch of comedy movies, a few films from a very popular franchise, and quite a few Oscar-winning films. Most of the new additions aren’t new, but they’re fun to watch, whether it’s your first time or your fiftieth.

If you’re looking for a laugh (or a Christmas comedy in June), Netflix has a ton of comedies coming June 1st. This includes Presenter, Stupid and even dumber, Mr. Bean’s Vacationy, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation and Soul plane.

Whether planned or coincidental, Netflix is ​​also adding three of the Impossible mission movies just days after the release of the trailer for the seventh film in the franchise. Movies available to stream on June 1 include Impossible mission, Mission: Impossible 2and Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol.

You can check out the trailer for Mission: Impossible 2 here:

Looking for Oscar-winning movies? There are plenty of those coming to Netflix on June 1 as well. The dead, The fighter, The Hurt Lockerand Titanic are all added to the streaming service.

Netflix adds 29 new movies and shows on June 1

Discover the trailer for the six-time Oscar winner The Hurt Locker here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eud0sbHere-8

If You’re in More of the Mood for a Superhero Movie, 2012 The Amazing Spider-Man with Andrew Garfield is also available to stream on June 1.

New Netflix shows and movies on June 1

Presenter
Dear John
Stupid and even dumber
edge of seventeen
Gum
His dark materials: the golden compass
Illusion
lean on me
Leon: the professional
Life as we know it
Impossible mission
Mission: Impossible 2
Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol
Mr. Bean’s Vacation
National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation
Soul plane
Steel Magnolias
The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)
The boy
The dead
The fighter
The girl next door
The Hurt Locker
The Players Club
Titanic
Troy
Vacation in Las Vegas
We are Marshall
We die young

What are you going to watch on Netflix in June? Let us know in the comments below!

Alfonso E. Cramer