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What's Coming to Netflix in June 2020?

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By A. Elise

Netflix changes its lineup regularly, so it should come as no surprise that June will bring in a variety of new content. While you may recognize some of these films and television shows from years past, you will also find that the streaming platform is offering a mix of unique, original content as well.

Many people are still following social distancing guidelines, which means they are looking for new content to stream and enjoy indoors. June brings in fresh content for all.

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Family

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Family films and television shows will also enter the streaming universe this month. Animated films like "All Dogs Go To Heaven" and other family classics like "Casper" will hit Netflix on the first of the month.

The television show "Fuller House" will also issue season 5b on June 2. It is expected to be the last season of the show.

Some family-friendly content will also be leaving Netflix in June. "Avengers: Infinity War" will be leaving the platform. It may still be found on Disney Plus.

Classics

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Some films becoming available on Netflix in the coming month are those that have been known as tried and true classics. On June 1, you'll be able to watch a variety of movies you love from decades past. They include "Bad News Bears" and "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Movie."

Feeling like you want a classic and a musical? Catch "West Side Story," which originally aired in 1961 and features music by Leonard Bernstein. The story is one as old as time, a more modern Romeo and Juliet tale.

Comedy

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Comedy rules Netflix this month with the development of many upcoming releases. June 1 will bring in '90s classics like "Clueless." Netflix will also feature films like "Observe and Report," "Starship Troopers," "The Disaster Artist," and "Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story." June 16 also brings in "Baby Mama."

Some comedies will be leaving the platform in the month of June as well. these include "Chasing Amy" and "Ferris Bueller's Day Off." Additionally, all seasons of "Cheers" will also leave Netflix.

Drama

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Are you looking for something a bit more serious? On June 1, Netflix ushers in "The Help" and "V for Vendetta." Want something more similar to horror? "The Silence of the Lambs" and "Zodiac" are great options. On June 3, you can look forward to "Lady Bird," and on June 16, you can look forward to "Frost/Nixon."

Some television shows will hit the service too. They include "13 Reasons Why" Season 4 and three seasons of "Hannibal" on June 5. Season 6 of "How to Get Away with Murder" will land on Netflix on June 13.

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