These 30 titles from 13 countries are amongst the many new titles and additional streaming options that will be available in June in the US and beyond.
Below is our curated list of 30 programs from countries in Africa, Asia, North America, and South America that are premiering and being added to schedules/offerings in the US and other territories in June 2023. Additional program premieres are listed on our “viewing guide” page.
(For details about the premieres of programs from the UK, Ireland, English-speaking Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, and subtitled original-language programs from countries in Europe, visit The British TV Place, The Down Under TV Place, and The Euro TV Place.)
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The Days (Japan)
In this historical drama thriller, the individuals involved with Fukushima Daiichi — blamed by some, hailed as heroes by others — face a deadly, invisible threat: an unprecedented nuclear disaster.
Starring Kôji Yakusho (Pension Metsä), Yutaka Takenouchi (Shin Ultraman), and Fumiyo Kohinata (Fullmetal Alchemist), amongst others, The Days, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Thursday, June 1, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
A Long Way to Come Home (Indonesia)
This prequel to One Day We’ll Talk About Today follows Aurora (Sheila Dara Aisha, Spirited), who, after emigrating to London, England, to achieve her dream, struggles with the harshness of life in this a foreign land, far away from her family.
A Long Way to Come Home premieres in the US and other territories on Thursday, June 1, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Prisoners of War: Season 2 (Israel) — English-Dubbed version
This award-winning drama thriller, upon which the American series Homeland is based, follows two Israeli soldiers who, after spending 17 years in captivity when a secret mission with their unit in Lebanon didn’t go as planned, return home alive. Season 2, available with English-dubbed audio for the first time in the US, picks up where Season 1 ended. Nimrod (Yoram Toledano, False Flag) and Uri (Ishai Golan, Greenhouse Academy) are shocked to discover that Amiel Ben Horin (Assi Cohen, Autonomies) is alive and living as a Muslim in Syria. They contact Haim (Gal Zaid, Valley of Tears) and implore him to investigate. Has Amiel been turned? Has he joined the terrorist organization that kidnapped and held them for 17 years? All the while, Amiel is torn between his allegiance to family and homeland, and a chance to live a new, free life.
The English-dubbed version of Prisoners of War: Season 2 premieres in the US and Canada on Thursday, June 1, exclusively on Topic and its digital channels, including Topic on Amazon, where both seasons of the original Hebrew- and Arabic-language version are currently available for streaming.
Missed Connections (Philippines)
In this romantic comedy, after an unforgettable encounter, a hopeless romantic (Miles Ocampo, Happy ToGetHer) turns to an app to seek out a man she just met (Kelvin Miranda, Dead Kids) — but is he really what she’s looking for?
Missed Connections, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Friday, June 2, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
In this comedy-drama film, two men from vastly different backgrounds recruit a street-smart sidekick to help recover a stolen passport in time to catch an important flight.
Starring Jim Iyke (The Set Up), Mercy Johnson Okojie (Seven and a Half Dates), and Zubby Michael (My Village People), Passport premieres in the US and other territories on Friday, June 2, on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Rich in Love 2 (Brazil)
Continuing the story that started in the romantic comedy Rich in Love, this film sees Paula (Giovanna Lancellotti, Summer Heat) and Teto (Danilo Mesquita, Spectros) having to deal with the difficulties disrupting their relationship. While Paula pursues her dreams and resumes her work as a volunteer doctor, going on another mission with an indigenous community in the Amazon, Teto tries to convince his partners to establish his tomato cooperative in a village in the region. But in order to save the company from bankruptcy and win back Paula’s heart, Teto must overcome his spoiled habits and deal with the interests of a powerful farmer.
Rich in Love 2, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Friday, June 2, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Inspired by the personal story of journalist and crime reporter Jigna Vora, as recounted in her book Behind Bars in Byculla: My Days in Prison, this biopic-historical drama-crime drama follows Jagruti Pathak (Karishma Tanna, Hush Hush), a leading crime reporter who is thrust into a nexus of police, media, and the Mumbai underworld as she fights for justice after being accused in the shocking murder of a journalist.
Scoop, a a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Friday, June 2, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
An Unforgettable Year – Summer (Brazil)
This is the first of four titles in the Amazon Original “Um Ano Inesquecível” (“An Unforgettable Year”) romantic comedy film franchise, based on stories in the best-selling book Um Ano Inesquecível by Paula Pimenta, Bruna Vieira, Thalita Rebouças and Babi Dewet.
Based the short story “Amor de Carnaval” (“Carnival Love”) by Thalita Rebouças, “Summer” centers on Inha (Lívia Inhudes, #PartiuFama), a young woman from a small town who dreams of studying fashion in Paris. For this she needs practical experience in fashion and has until the end of the summer to get it. So Inha takes advantage of a trip to try out for a job as a seamstress in Portela, alongside internationally-known costume designer Carrie Catherine (Mariana Rios, Back to 15). While backstage at the samba school, Inha falls in love with Guima (Micael, City of God), and discovers the fascinating world of Carnival. Her choices will lead Inha to revolutionize herself as well as the lives of her family and the residents of the small town where she lives.
An Unforgettable Year – Summer, an Amazon Original Film, premieres globally on Friday, June 2, exclusively on Prime Video.
Destination: European Nights (US)
Presented by award-winning soccer journalist, CBS Sports analyst, and author Guillem Balagué, this five-part sports documentary offers an exclusive and intimate look at the world’s most prestigious annual soccer tournament: the UEFA Champions League. Beginning with September’s season-opening kickoff, Balagué travels tens of thousands of miles, from Scotland to Israel to Finland to Georgia, as well as all the powerhouse cathedrals of the game. Whether pitch side, in family homes, or meeting local heroes in the places that define their towns and fandom, Balagué takes viewers on a unique journey with all of Europe buzzing on UEFA Champions League match nights.
Destination: European Nights, a Paramount+ Original, premieres in the US with the first four episodes on Tuesday, June 6, exclusively on Paramount+ and its digital channels, including Paramount+ on Amazon. The fifth and final episode will premiere in the weeks following the UEFA Champions League Final on Saturday, June 10, which will air on the CBS Television Network and stream live on Paramount+.
Love Is Blind: Brazil: Season 3 (Brazil)
This hit dating reality show returns with a third season of local singles looking for love participating in the experiment of an altogether different kind of blind date: getting to know potential partners through their voice and personality alone, and not meeting the one they want to spend their life with until the acceptance of the marriage proposal. (Trailer is for Season 2)
Love Is Blind Brazil: Season 3, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Wednesday, June 7, exclusively on Netflix.
Bloodhounds (South Korea)
Based on the webtoon Bloodhounds by Jeong Chan, this action-crime drama tells the story of two young people who get caught up in a web of dark forces after turning to loan sharks for money. Geon-woo (Woo Do-hwan, The King: Eternal Monarch) steps into the world of loan sharks to pay off his debt. Woo-jin (Lee Sang-yi, Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha) first meets Geon-woo as his boxing opponent, but ends up working with him. Meanwhile, Mr. Choi (Huh Joon-ho, Kingdom), once considered a legend among loan sharks, now helps the sick by lending money with no interest. Soon the two young boxers band together with the benevolent moneylender to take down Myung-gil (Park Sung-woong, Unlock My Boss), a ruthless loan shark who preys on the financially desperate, driven solely by money in everything he does.
Bloodhounds, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Friday, June 9, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
The Crowded Room (US)
Inspired by the nonfiction book The Minds of Billy Milligan, this period drama stars Tom Holland (Spider-Man: No Way Home) as Danny Sullivan, a man who is arrested following his involvement in a shooting in New York City in 1979. Told through a series of interviews with curious interrogator Rya Goodwin (Amanda Seyfried, Mank), Danny’s life story unfolds, revealing elements of the mysterious past that shaped him, and the twists and turns that will lead him to a life-altering revelation.
Costars in the 10-episode series include Emmy Rossum (Shameless), Sasha Lane (Conversations with Friends), Will Chase (Nashville), Lior Raz (Fauda), Jason Isaacs (Harry Potter), Christopher Abbott (Catch-22), and Thomas Sadoski (Life in Pieces).
An Unforgettable Year – Autumn (Brazil)
Based the short story “O Som dos Sentimentos” (“The Sound of Feelings”) by Babi Dewet, in the best-selling book Um Ano Inesquecível, “Autumn” tells the story of the unlikely couple of Anna Júlia (Gabz, The Followers) and João Paulo (Lucas Leto, Pantanal). Anna hates music and wants nothing more than an internship and stability in order to help her dad around the house. João is a young street musician who dreams of making a living from his art. Despite their differences, the passion between the two ignites on one of São Paulo’s most important thoroughfares: Avenida Paulista.
An Unforgettable Year – Autumn, an Amazon Original Film, premieres globally on Friday, June 9, exclusively on Prime Video.
The Surrogacy (Mexico)
This drama stars Shaní Lozano as a young, Indigenous woman of humble origins who is coerced into surrogacy, entangling her with members of a powerful, affluent family in order to save her father’s life. However, she wakes up after the delivery to find the baby has physical disabilities. It isn’t until years later that she discovers everything she believed about her pregnancy was a lie and she sets out to find the truth.
Costarring Luis Ernesto Franco (False Identity) and Leticia Calderón (Empire of Lies), The Surrogacy, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Wednesday, June 14, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Para Betina Pengikut Iblis (Indonesia)
In this horror movie, three women in a small village conceal dark secrets, including unholy alliances and a mysterious ingredient used in a popular curry restaurant.
Para Betina Pengikut Iblis premieres in the US and other territories on Friday, June 16, on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Persona: Sulli (South Korea)
This special episode of the drama anthology series Persona stars the late Sulli, and features an in-depth interview the young actress gave in 2019. Persona: Sulli premieres in the US and other territories on Friday, June 16, on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
An Unforgettable Year – Winter (Brazil)
Based the short story “Enquanto a Neve Cair” (“While Snow Falls”) by Paula Pimenta, in the best-selling book Um Ano Inesquecível, “Winter” follows Mabel (Maitê Padilha, Gaby Estrella), a girl who wants to spend her last moments before graduation traveling with her childhood friends. But winter comes early and disrupts her plans, leaving Mabel furious when she is forced to travel to a ski resort in Chile with her parents. However, in this snow-covered landscape she confronts her deepest feelings, finds new love, and discovers her true identity. (Trailer is for the film franchise)
An Unforgettable Year – Winter, an Amazon Original Film, premieres globally on Friday, June 16, exclusively on Prime Video.
King the Land (South Korea)
This romantic comedy-drama sees Gu-won (Lee Jun-ho, Rain or Shine), the heir of the luxury hotel conglomerate The King Group, thrown into an inheritance war. Although he is intelligent and elegant, he lacks skills in dating. Working at the family’s King Hotel is Cheon Sa-rang (Lim Yoon-a, The K2), a young woman with a bright personality and a smiling face, who has worked her way up at the hotel from the front desk to the glamorous “King the Land” space, where she meets Gu-won and the two develop a romantic relationship.
King the Land, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Saturday, June 17, exclusively on Netflix.
See You in My 19th Life (South Korea)
Based on the webtoon of the same name, this fantastical romantic comedy-drama follows Ban Ji-eum (Shin Hye-Sun, Mr. Queen), who has the extraordinary ability to remember her past lives. After her 18th life is cut short by a tragic accident, she sets out to reconnect with people she’d met in that life during her 19th one, including a man named Moon Seo-ha (Ahn Bo-hyun, Undercover).
Meanwhile, the life of landscape architect Yoon Cho-won (Ha Yoon-Kyung, Hospital Playlist) collapses after the death of her older sister, Yoon Joo Won (Kim Si-ah, Kill Boksoon). While courageous and kind, Cho-won struggles to maintain her brightness. When she meets Ji-eum by chance and sees her older sister in her, Cho-won wonders about Ji-eum’s identity. Then there’s Ha Do-yoon (Ahn Dong-goo, Snowdrop), Seo-ha’s secretary and best friend since childhood. Although they come from completely different backgrounds, Do-yoon feels some kind of affinity for him.
See You in My 19th Life, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Saturday, June 17, exclusively on Netflix.
The Walking Dead: Dead City (US)
In this new horror thriller series, the fourth spinoff in The Walking Dead franchise, popular characters Maggie (Lauren Cohan, Whiskey Cavalier) and Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Leopard Skin) travel into a post-apocalyptic Manhattan, long ago cut off from the mainland. The crumbling city is filled with the dead and denizens who have made New York City their own world, full of anarchy, danger, beauty, and terror.
Let’s Get Divorced (Japan)
This romantic comedy-drama follows the story of a high-powered married couple who no longer love each other and decide to go their separate ways. Taishi Shoji (Tori Matsuzaka, The Wandering Moon) is a philandering, not-always-sharp, third-generation, rookie politician with a sheltered upbringing; his wife, Yui Kurosawa (Riisa Naka, Alice in Borderland), is the top actress that everyone wants to marry. But their parents and agents don’t want them to divorce and try to prevent them from splitting up, leaving Taishi and Yui no choice but to work together to achieve their mutual goal: to get a divorce.
Let’s Get Divorced, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Thursday, June 22, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Club Hooligans (Argentina)
This crime drama centers on brothers Polaco (Matías Mayer, Yosi, the Regretful Spy) and Cesar (Gastón Pauls, Lennons), key members of Club Atlético Libertad del Puerto football club’s gang. After a fierce internal dispute and a betrayal within the ranks, the two are expelled from the gang. On their own, broke, and without the protection of powerful politicians, the brothers launch a war that will test their brotherhood — all while Polaco learns to be a father after he’s given custody of his teenage daughter, whom he hasn’t seen since her infancy, and Cesar, blinded by power, loses his family’s love.
I’m a Virgo (US)
This darkly comedic, fantastical coming-of-age drama centers on Cootie (Jharrel Jerome, Mr. Mercedes), a 13-foot-tall young Black man in Oakland, California. Having grown up hidden away, passing time on a diet of comic books and TV shows, he escapes his confines to experience the beauty and contradictions of the real world — forming friendships, finding love, navigating awkward situations, and encountering his idol, the real-life superhero named The Hero (Walton Goggins, Justified).
iNumber Number: Jozi Gold (South Africa)
Set in the criminal underworld of Johannesburg, South Africa, this action-crime drama sees a jaded undercover cop tasked with cracking the biggest gold heist in African history. Will he follow the law and protect the wealth of a fat cat dictator, or help an audacious heist crew succeed?
iNumber Number: Jozi Gold, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Friday, June 23, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
King of Clones (South Korea)
From groundbreaking human cloning research to a scandalous downfall, this documentary tells the story of Korea’s most notorious scientist. King of Clones, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Friday, June 23, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
An Unforgettable Year – Spring (Brazil)
Based the short story “A Matemática das Flores” (“The Mathematics of the Flowers”) by Bruna Vieira, in the best-selling book Um Ano Inesquecível, “Spring” follows Jasmine (Lívia Silva, All the Dead Ones), a sweet girl who is about to finish high school if she can pass math. When she discovers that her extra classes will be with student Davi (Ronald Sotto, All the Same… or Not) instead of a tough teacher, Jasmine starts to see that numbers aren’t so bad and, to her surprise, learns more than just math. In their unconventional classes, Jasmine and Davi will share their different views and experience the blossoming of love as they find their place in the world. (Trailer is for the film franchise)
An Unforgettable Year – Spring, an Amazon Original Film, premieres globally on Friday, June 23, exclusively on Prime Video.
Average Joe (US)
Inspired by the life of series creator Robb Cullen (Lucky), this darkly-comedic drama, set in The Hill district of Pittsburgh, follows blue-collar plumber Joe Washington (Deon Cole, Black-ish), who discovers that his recently-deceased father lived a secret second life and stole millions of dollars from dangerous people just before he died. Now those people think Joe knows where the money is. A bloody and violent confrontation triggers a chain of events that forces Joe and his close-knit circle of family and friends out of their very average and mundane lives into a life-or-death race against time to find the truth and the millions.
The cast includes Tammy Townsend (Queen Sugar), Malcolm Barrett (The Boys), Cynthia Kaye McWilliams, The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey), Michael Trucco (The Rookie), Ashley Olivia Fisher (Hey Lover), and Pasha Lychnikoff (Deadwood).
Average Joe, a BET+ Original Series, premieres in the US with two episodes on Monday, June 26, exclusively on BET+ and its digital channels, including BET+ on Amazon. New episodes will debut singly on Thursdays, from June 29 through August 3, before the two-episode finale on Thursday, August 10.
In this romantic thriller, a man and woman entangled in an affair attempt to start a new life together after they stumble upon a device that can make other people disappear.
Starring Natarat Nopparattayaporn (Voice), Nat Kitcharit (Hurts Like Hell), and Sarika Sathsilpsupa (Happy Old Year), Delete, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Wednesday, June 28, on Netflix (date tba). (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Celebrity (South Korea)
This drama follows Seo Ah-ri (Park Gyu-young, Sweet Home), a young woman who fights to become the next hottest celebrity in the glamorous yet scandalous world of influencers in Seoul. But her story doesn’t end there…
Celebrity, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Friday, June 30, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
The Night Manager: Part 2 (India)
Based on John le Carré’s New York Times bestseller The Night Manager, this Indian crime thriller, a remake of the British TV series of the same name, follows Shaan Sengupta (Aditya Roy Kapoor, Ludo), a hotel night manager and an ex-soldier, who must infiltrate an arms dealer’s inner circle to bring down his empire of war.
The Night Manager: Part 2 premieres in the US on Friday, June 30, exclusively on Hulu.
For details about the premieres of programs from the UK, Ireland, English-speaking Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, and original-language programs from countries in Europe, please visit The British TV Place, The Down Under TV Place, and The Euro TV Place.