From classic movies to original series, these are the new and notable titles coming to popular streaming services in June.
Big titles this month include a new Pixar film, "Luca"; all eight Harry Potter films returning to HBO Max; a new season of "The Good Fight" on Paramount+; and more.
Available June 1 on HBO Max: "Shazam!"
The seventh installment in the DC Extended Universe offers a much lighter and funnier take on the superhero genre.
A troubled orphan morphs into a superhero with the help of a magic word in this film starring Asher Angel, Zachary Levi, and Djimon Hounsou.
Available June 1 on HBO Max: "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone"
Harry Potter fans can binge all eight films in the blockbuster franchise when they return to HBO Max on June 1, but you just have one month; they will leave again June 30.
Watch Harry (Daniel Radcliffe), Ron (Rupert Grint), Hermoine (Emma Watson) and the gang as they grow up before your eyes at the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
Available June 1 on Netflix: "The Big Lebowski"
Jeff Bridges, John Goodman and Steve Buscemi star in this Coen brothers crime comedy. The 1998 cult classic has been preserved by the National Film Registry at the Library of Congress, where The Dude most definitely abides.
Available June 1 on Amazon Prime Video: "Fight Club"
Brad Pitt, Edward Norton and Helena Bonham Carter star in this David Fincher flick about an underground fight club. And just to be clear: "The first rule of Fight Club is: You do not talk about Fight Club. The second rule of Fight Club is: You do NOT TALK ABOUT FIGHT CLUB!"
Variety's David Rooney called it a "bold, inventive, sustained adrenaline rush of a movie."
Available June 1 on Netflix: "Happy Endings" Seasons 1-3
Six best friends living in Chicago deal with adulthood, breakups and life's curveballs together.
Elisha Cuthbert, Damon Wayans Jr., and Adam Pally star in the sitcom which ran for three seasons on ABC.
Available June 3 on Paramount+: "Why Women Kill" Season 2 premiere
The dark-comedy anthology series from the creator of "Desperate Housewives" debuts its 10-episode second season in June. New episodes premiere weekly on Thursdays.
Allison Tolman ("Fargo") stars in the second season, which follows new characters and storylines in 1949 southern California.
Available June 3 on Paramount+: "Woman In Motion: Nichelle Nichols, Star Trek and the Remaking of NASA"
This feature-length documentary from Paramount+ centers around "Star Trek" actress Nichelle Nichols, who played Uhura on the original series and films.
Nichols pioneered the NASA recruiting program to hire people of color and the first female astronauts for the space agency.
Available free to subscribers June 4 on Disney+: "Raya and the Last Dragon"
A warrior named Raya (voiced by "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" actress Kelly Marie Tran) is determined to find the last dragon in this animated fantasy film.
"Raya and the Last Dragon" will become free to all Disney+ subscribers, at no premium charge, beginning June 4.
Available June 4 on Netflix: "Sweet Tooth" Season 1
A half-human, half-deer boy embarks on a perilous adventure across a post-apocalyptic world in "Sweet Tooth."
The fantasy series is based on the comic book of the same name by Jeff Lemire.
Available June 4 on Apple TV+: "Lisey's Story" series premiere
Based on the bestselling novel by Stephen King, this thriller follows a woman named Lisey (Julianne Moore) as she confronts unsettling events after the death of her husband (Clive Owen).
This eight-episode limited series was penned by King himself.
Available June 4 on HBO Max: "The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It"
Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson star as paranormal investigators examining a murder that may be linked to demonic possession.
The latest installment in the chilling film franchise premieres in theaters and on HBO Max on June 4.
Available June 5 on HBO Max: "Clueless"
A popular Beverly Hills high school student meddles in the lives of those around her in this hit '90s adaptation of the Jane Austen classic "Emma."
Alicia Silverstone, Paul Rudd, and the late Brittany Murphy star.
Available June 6 on HBO Max: "Rizzoli & Isles"
A detective (Angie Harmon) and forensics expert (Sasha Alexander) team up to solve crimes in Boston in this TNT series.
"Rizzoli & Isles," which aired from 2010 to 2016, heads to HBO Max on June 6.
Available June 8 on HBO Max: "Killerman"
Liam Hemsworth stars in this action crime film about two money launderers involved in a drug deal gone wrong.
Fans will recognize the Australian actor from the "Hunger Games" film franchise and his highly-publicized relationship (and split) with singer Miley Cyrus.
Available June 8 on Hulu: "The Bachelorette" Season 17 premiere
Katie Thurston sets off on her journey to find love in the new season of ABC's long-running reality dating series, "The Bachelorette."
Episodes will be available to stream on Hulu the day after they premiere on ABC.
Available June 8 on HBO Max: "Billy on the Street"
Watch comedian Billy Eichner and his celebrity guests ask New Yorkers pop culture questions in "Billy on the Street."
The series, which formerly aired on Fuse and TruTV, heads to the HBO Max streaming platform in June.
Available June 9 on Disney+: "Loki" series premiere
Tom Hiddleston returns to his Marvel Cinematic Universe role as the God of Mischief. Loki is the next Marvel character to get his own Disney+ series in June.
Hiddleston is joined on screen by Owen Wilson, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, and Sophia Di Martino.
Available June 9 on Netflix: "Awake"
A global event wipes out humanity's ability to sleep in Netflix's new film.
Gina Rodriguez ("Jane the Virgin") stars as a troubled ex-soldier who fights to save her family as society, and her mind, struggle with insomnia.
Available June 9 on Netflix: "Fresh, Fried & Crispy" Season 1
Food critic Daym Drops samples fried foods across America in "Fresh, Fried & Crispy."
Season 1 premieres on Netflix on June 9.
Available June 10 on Paramount+: "Infinite"
Mark Wahlberg, Chiwetel Ejiofor, and Dylan O'Brien star in this high-octane sci-fi action film about reincarnation from director Antoine Fuqua.
"Infinite" will premiere exclusively on the Paramount+ streaming service on June 10.
Available June 10 on Hulu: "Trolls: TrollsTopia" Season 3
If your little ones enjoy the "Trolls" film franchise, this animated DreamWorks series on Hulu follows even more troll adventures.
"Trolls: TrollsTopia" features the voices of Skylar Austin ("Pitch Perfect"), Kenan Thompson ("Saturday Night Live"), and Amanda Leighton ("This Is Us").
Available June 11 on HBO Max: "In the Heights"
The film adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda's Tony Award-winning musical is one of the most anticipated summer movies premiering this month.
"In the Heights" hits theaters and arrives on HBO Max on June 11.
Available June 11 on Netflix: "Wish Dragon"
A teen meets a wish-granting dragon in this new family-friendly film from Netflix.
John Cho, Constance Wu, and Jimmy O. Yang are among the stars whose voices are featured.
Available June 11 on Apple TV+: "Home Before Dark" Season 2
In the second season of this Apple TV+ original series, a young journalist investigates a mysterious explosion at a local farm, leading her to a fight with a major corporation.
Fans of the drama series can binge 10 one-hour episodes when "Home Before Dark" returns.
Available June 11 on Amazon Prime Video: "Flack" Season 2
"True Blood" star Anna Paquin plays a witty public relations agent who thrives at work but is a self-saboteur when it comes to personal matters.
"Flack," formerly on Pop TV, finds its new home on Amazon Prime Video when the second season premieres in June.
Available June 11 on Hulu: "Love, Victor" Season 2
A newly out-of-the-closet Victor enters his junior year of high school in the second season of Hulu's teen dramedy.
Season 1 of the popular Hulu series received a 2021 Outstanding Comedy Series nomination from the GLAAD Media Awards.
Available June 11 on Amazon Prime Video: "Pinocchio"
Academy Award-winner Roberto Benigni ("Life Is Beautiful") takes on the role of woodcarver Geppetto in this Italian-language fantasy film, which earned two Oscar nominations (for its makeup and hairstyling, and its costume design).
The Guardian's Peter Bradshaw called it a "weirdly satisfying spectacle."
Available June 11 on HBO Max: "Betty" Season 2 premiere
An all-girl group of Gen Z skateboarders is at the center of this critically-popular HBO series.
New episodes of the series, which is based on the 2018 film "Skate Kitchen," air on HBO and HBO Max.
Available June 15 on Hulu: "Gone Girl"
David Fincher's thriller, based on the Gillian Flynn novel of the same name, follows the disappearance of a woman (Rosamund Pike) and the media circus that erupts around the chief suspect: her husband (Ben Affleck).
Pike's performance received nominations for numerous Best Actress awards, including an Academy Award, BAFTA Award, Golden Globe Award, and Screen Actors Guild Award.
Available June 17 on HBO Max: "The Little Things"
Detectives investigate a string of murders in 1990 Los Angeles in this neo-noir crime thriller.
Academy Award-winners Denzel Washington, Rami Malek and Jared Leto star in this film from writer-director John Lee Hancock.
Available June 17 on HBO Max: "Summer Camp Island" Season 4 premiere
This animated series about a world of anthropomorphic animals at a magical summer camp is back in time for summer.
The season premiere of the HBO Max original series is available to stream on June 17.
Available June 18 on Disney+: "Luca"
A boy and his best friend enjoy summer in a beautiful seaside town on the Italian Riviera while trying to keep a secret: They are sea monsters who have taken on human form.
Jacob Tremblay ("Room") and Jack Dylan Grazer ("It") lend their voices to the latest Pixar film.
Available June 18 on Apple TV+: "Physical" series premiere
Rose Byrne takes on the role of a 1980s housewife supporting her husband's political aspirations while becoming an aerobics-loving lifestyle guru.
The first season of this half-hour dark comedy from Apple TV+ features 10 episodes.
Available June 18 on Netflix: "The World's Most Amazing Vacation Rentals" Season 1
Dreaming of a summer vacation? Three travelers visit intriguing vacation rentals across the globe in this new lifestyle series.
"The World's Most Amazing Vacation Rentals" shares tips and tricks on getting the most out of your trip.
Available June 18 on Netflix: "Fatherhood"
Inspired by a true story, "Fatherhood" stars Kevin Hart as a widowed new dad coping with grief and the challenges of parenthood in this Netflix original film.
Alfre Woodard, Lil Rel Howery, and Paul Reiser also star.
Available June 20 on Paramount+: "Evil" Season 2 premiere
The line between science and religion is explored in this dark, psychological mystery series starring Katja Herbers, Mike Colter, and Aasif Mandvi.
"Evil," which aired its first season on CBS, will now move exclusively to Paramount+ for Season 2.
Available June 23 on Netflix: "Good on Paper"
A stand-up comic finds a guy who seems to be too good to be true in Netflix's latest romantic comedy.
Iliza Shlesinger, Margaret Cho and Ryan Hansen star in "Good on Paper."
Available June 23 on Netflix: "Too Hot to Handle: Season 2"
Ten new singles participate in Netflix's no-dating dating show, where contestants must refrain from kissing and heavy petting for their chance to win a grand prize.
San Francisco Chronicle critic Mick LaSalle called the series "pure, worthless fun."
Available June 24 on Paramount+: "The Good Fight" Season 5 premiere
Christine Baranski and Audra McDonald return to the courtroom this month as Paramount+'s acclaimed legal series debuts its fifth season.
New episodes of "The Good Fight" will be available to stream weekly on Thursdays.
Available June 24 on Paramount+: "RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars" Season 6 premiere
Fan-favorite drag queens from past seasons of "RuPaul's Drag Race" are going head-to-head this summer. Ginger Minj, Yara Sofia, and Serena ChaCha are among the returning queens competing this season.
The latest season of the reality competition series will premiere exclusively on Paramount+, with two episodes premiering June 24 and weekly episode drops every Thursday.
Available June 25 on Disney+: "The Mysterious Benedict Society" Series premiere
Four gifted orphans are recruited for a dangerous mission to save the world in this new Disney+ original series.
The series, featuring performances by Tony Hale and Kristen Schaal, is based on the children's novels by Trenton Lee Stewart.
Available June 25 on Disney+: "Wolfgang"
Foodies can dig into this delicious documentary about the life and career of famed chef Wolfgang Puck.
Director David Gelb ("Jiro Dreams of Sushi") is at the helm of this film from the creators of "Chef's Table."
Available June 25 on Apple TV+: "Central Park" Season 2
From the creators of "Bob's Burgers," this animated musical comedy about a family living in Central Park is back with new episodes this month.
Josh Gad, Tituss Burgess, and Kathryn Hahn are among the comedic talents lending their voices to this Apple TV+ series.
Available June 25 on Hulu: "False Positive"
A couple (Ilana Glazer and Justin Theroux) find their dream fertility doctor (Pierce Brosnan) isn't quite what he seems.
Hulu's new horror film premieres June 25.
Available June 25 on Amazon Prime Video: "Bosch" Season 7
Detective Harry Bosch (Titus Welliver) risks everything to bring a killer to justice after a girl dies in an arson fire.
The seventh and final season of "Bosch" arrives on Amazon Prime Video on June 25.
Available June 25 on Netflix: "The Ice Road"
An ice road trucker (Liam Neeson) must lead a mission to save trapped diamond miners in northern Canada.
This isn't Neeson's first foray into action thrillers, thanks to his work in films such as "Taken," "Cold Pursuit" and "The Grey."
Available June 25 on Netflix: "Sex/Life" Season 1
A love triangle between a woman, her husband and her past is at the forefront of this provocative new series.
"Sex/Life" is based on the B.B. Easton novel, "44 Chapters About 4 Men."
Available June 25 on Apple TV+: "Fathom"
Two scientists pursue parallel research on opposite sides of the world to better understand humpback whale communication.
Apple TV+'s latest nature documentary premieres June 25 on the streaming platform.
Available June 30 on Netflix: "America: The Motion Picture"
A chainsaw-wielding George Washington and a beer-loving Sam Adams team up to take down the Brits in this animated comedy from Netflix.
Channing Tatum, Simon Pegg and Bobby Moynihan lend their voices to "America: The Motion Picture."