June 07, 2019

Netflix Philippines: What’s New This June 2019

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  • Have you seen the Netflix releases for the month of June? If not, we’ve got you covered!

    Check out some of the new series and movies on Netflix:

    Tales of the City: Season 1

    Based on the book of the same name by Armistead Maupin, Tales of the City follows Mary Ann, who, after leaving to pursue her career, returns to San Francisco 20 years later. She reunites with her daughter Shawna and her ex-husband Brian to flee the midlife crisis that was created by her life in Connecticut. 

    Release Date: June 7
    Episodes: 10
    Cast: Laura Linney, Olympia Dukakis, Barbara Garrick

    Elisa & Marcela

    Elisa & Marcela tells the story of the first same-sex marriage in Spain way back 1901. Marcela Gracia Ibeas and Elisa Sanchez Loriga first met in school, where they started as close friends turned into a romantic yet secret relationship. In suspicion, Marcela is sent abroad by her parents but reunites with Elisa upon return. The pair attempts to get married in A Coruña, but Elisa has to adopt a male identity named Mario Sánchez—still, their “forbidden love” is anything but easy.

    Release Date: June 7
    Running Time: 1hour 53minutes
    Cast: Tamar Novas, Natalia de Molina, Francesc Orella

    Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese

    In his second documentary, Martin Scorsese captures America’s troubled psyche in 1975 and the music of Bob Dylan performed the fall of that same year. Rolling Thunder Revue is part concert film, fever dream and documentary that you surely wouldn’t want to miss, especially if you’re a fan of music and a bit of history.

    Release Date: June 12
    Running Time: 2hours 22minutes
    Cast: Bob Dylan, Allen Ginsberg, Patti Smith

    Jo Koy: Comin’ In Hot

    Well-loved comedian Jo Koy returns for this second Netflix special, and this time, takes his comical antics to Hawaii. Jo Koy comes prepared with hula dancing and self-deprecating humor. Get ready as he educates the audience on parenting, Filipino traditions, and a whole lot more!

    Release Date: June 12
    Running Time: TBA
    Cast: Joseph Glenn Herbert (Jo Koy)


    Do ghosts really exist? That’s what paranormal researcher Abby Yates and physicist Erin Gilbert are trying to prove in modern society. When apparitions begin to appear in Manhattan, the duo turns to engineer Jillian Holtzman for assistance. Joining them is the well-versed New Yorker, Patty Tolan. With attitude and proton packs in their arsenal, the four ladies prepare a battle against thousands of ghouls as they descend in Times Square, calling themselves the Ghostbusters.

    Release Date: June 13
    Running Time: 1hour 56minutes
    Cast: Chris Hemsworth, Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wing

    The 3rd Eye 2

    After the death of her sister, Alia starts a new life by living and working in an orphanage managed by Mrs. Laksmi and Mr. Fadli. But there’s something wrong with the orphanage—Nadia, one of the orphans who also has the same abilities as Alia, hears mysterious voices pleading for help. The pair opens a locked room, and disaster begins when they discover that they have released a vengeful spirit named Darmah, who was purposefully locked in the room. Now, Alia must confront Darmah and save the orphanage from destruction in this second part of The 3rd Eye.

    Release Date: June 13
    Running Time: 1hour 56minutes
    Cast: Jessica Mila, Nabilah Ratna Ayu Azalia, Sophia Latjuba

    Trinkets: Season 1

    Based on the YA novel of the same name, Trinkets follows Elodie, Moe, and Tabitha, who find themselves in a meeting of an organization called “Shoplifters Anonymous” marking the start of their unlikely friendship. Watch as the girls go through family issues, school drama, and the dilemma of trying to fit in while wanting to break out.

    Release Date: June 14
    Episodes: 10
    Cast: Brianna Hildebrand, Kiana Madeira, Quintessa Swindell

    Marvel’s Jessica Jones: Season 3

    Now on its third season, Marvel’s Jessica Jones follows the titular character as she crosses paths with a psychopath who happens to be highly intelligent. Jessica and Trish must learn to repair their fractured relationship, work as a team, and take down their adversary. However, a devastating loss reveals the pair’s contrast on their ideas of heroism, sending them on a collision course that will change them both.

    Release Date: June 14
    Episodes: 13
    Cast: Krysten Ritter, Rachael Taylor, Malcolm Ducasse

    Black Spot: Season 2

    Black Spot is a French-Belgian Thriller that is set in the fictional town of Villefranche, a small secluded town whose murder rate is six times that of the entire country. It follows Laurène Weiss, the head of the county police, as she continues to investigate the murders that have been happening in town. She’s joined by Franck Siriani, a prosecutor who is sent to investigate the crimes.

    Release Date: June 15
    Episodes: TBA
    Cast: Hubert Delattre, Samuel Jouy, Renaud Rutten


    Beats is a coming-of-age drama that tells the story of a reclusive teenage musical prodigy, who forms an unlikely friendship with a high school security guard. They are soon united by their mutual love for hip hop as they try to free each other from their past and break through the music scene. Beats is an ode to the South Side of Chicago and its history of creating music.

    Release Date: June 19
    Running Time: 1hour 49minutes
    Cast:  Anthony Anderson, Paul Walter Hauser, Uzo Aduba

    Which of these June releases are you excited for? Don’t forget to tell us in the comments!

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