Everything Coming To Netflix Australia In June 2021

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Struggling to find something worthy to watch right now? You’re not the only one. For our sanity, at least, we’ve been praying that Netflix Australia continues to deliver the streaming goods come June 1st for our cheeky lunch hour dabbles in yet another binge-worthy series.

Here are all the new movies and TV shows on Netflix Australia this June. Keep scrolling for our top picks of the month.

What Is Coming To Netflix Australia In June 2021?

Netflix Original Series

  • Creator’s File: GOLD (03/06/2021)
  • Summertime: Season 2 (03/06/2021)
  • Alan Saldana: Locked Up (03/06/2021)
  • Sweet Tooth (04/06/2021)
  • Feel Good: Season 2 (04/06/2021)
  • Fresh, Fried & Crispy (09/06/2021)
  • Locombianos (10/06/2021)
  • Lupin: Part 2 (11/06/2021)
  • Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce) Season 2 (12/06/2021)
  • Elite Short Stories: Guzman Caye Rebe (14/06/2021)
  • Workin’ Moms Season 5 (15/06/2021)
  • Elite Short Stories: Nadia Guzman (15/06/2021)
  • Elite Short Stories: Omar Ander Alexis (16/06/2021)
  • Black Summer Season 2 (17/06/2021)
  • Hospital Playlist Season 2 (17/06/2021)
  • The Gift Season 3 (17/06/2021)
  • Elite Short Stories: Carla Samuel (17/06/2021)
  • Katla (17/06/2021)
  • The Rational Life (18/06/2021)
  • Elite: Season 4 (18/06/2021)
  • The World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals (18/06/2021)
  • Nevertheless (20/06/2021)
  • Too Hot To Handle Season 2 (24/06/2021)
  • The A List Season 2 (25/06/2021)
  • Sex/Life (25/06/2021)
  • Black Lightning Season 4 (29/06/2021)
  • Ray (Coming Soon)
  • Jiva! (Coming Soon)
  • So Not Worth It (Coming Soon)

Netflix Films

  • Carnaval (02/06/2021)
  • Dancing Queens (03/06/2021)
  • Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal The Movie Parts 1 & 2 (03/06/2021)
  • Trippin’ with the Kandasamys (04/06/2021)
  • Sweet & Sour (04/06/2021)
  • Xtreme (04/06/2021)
  • Awake (09/06/2021)
  • Tragic Jungle (09/06/2021)
  • Skater Girl (11/06/2021)
  • Silver Skates (16/06/2021)
  • A Family (18/06/2021)
  • Jagame Thanhiram (18/06/2021)
  • Rurouni Kenshin: The Final (18/06/2021)
  • Fatherhood (18/06/2021)
  • The House of Flowers: The Movie (23/06/2021)
  • Good on Paper (23/06/2021)
  • America: The Motion Picture (30/06/2021)
  • Prime Time (30/06/2021)
  • Ali & Ratu Ratu Queens (Coming Soon)

Netflix Original Documentaries

  • Breaking Boundaries: The Science of Our Planet (04/06/2021)
  • Human: The World Within (04/06/2021)
  • Kitty Love: An Homage to Cats (05/06/2021)
  • Unwind Your Mind (15/06/2021)
  • Penguin Town (16/06/2021)
  • This Is Pop (22/06/2021)
  • Murder by the Coast (23/06/2021)
  • Sisters on Track (24/06/2021)
  • Wonder Boy (26/06/2021)
  • Sophie: A Murder in West Cork (30/06/2021)

Netflix Kids

  • Super Monsters: Once Upon A Rhyme (01/06/2021)
  • Wish Dragon (11/06/2021)
  • Rhyme Time Town: Season 2 (15/06/2021)
  • StarBeam: Season 4 (29/06/2021)

Netflix Anime

  • Trese (11/06/2021)
  • Godzilla Singular Point (24/06/2021)
  • The Seven Deadly Sins: Dragon’s Judgement (28/06/2021)
  • Record of Ragnarok (Coming Soon)

All Other Films & TV Coming To Netflix

  • Puberty Blues Seasons 1 & 2 (07/06/2021)
  • Down to Earth with Zac Efron Season 1 (11/06/2021)
  • Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse (13/06/2021)
  • Viva the Underdogs (14/06/2021)
  • Tenet (16/06/2021)

What’s Good On Netflix Australia In June 2021?

Lupin: Part 2

Lupin has been one of this year’s biggest surprises, and its skyrocketing success has obviously put the pressure on Netflix to continue to roll the serialised French mystery/crime caper into a Part 2. As Europe’s endlessly entertaining answer to Ocean’s 11 (with a little bit of Sherlock thrown in), Lupin: Part 2 has a lot riding on it. The trailer is looking incredible, and it seems like we’ll continue following Assane Diop on heists and evasions, as well as get a deeper look into how he evolved from a bright immigrant kit robbed of a father into the larger-than-life figure that keeps us hooked.

For a closer, make sure you’re across everything you need to know about about Lupin Season 2.


Come June 16th you will finally be able to watch Tenet for the 5th time, which should hopefully just be enough for you to finally understand Christopher Nolan’s latest time-bending, notoriously confusing film. The ambitiously weird and largely nonsensical action-thriller, which stars John David Washington and Robert Pattinson, follows a CIA agent attempting to manipulate time to stop a future terrorist attack. It’s messy, but the scale is still epic, and Nolan’s signatures are all there. Of course, you already know this since you’ve spent countless hours trying to make sense of it all. Hopefully it finally dawns this time.


Your monthly dose of post-apocalyptic mayhem will come in the form of new Netflix film Awake. Starring Gina Rodriguez and Jennifer Jason Leigh, the intriguing plot follows an unexplained phenomena which wipes out all electrics and, for some reason, robs humanity’s ability to sleep. Scientists are, of course, spun into chaos as they attempt to find a cure for this global insomnia before people start dropping like flies.

How’s Things Looking For Netflix Australia In June 2021

Much of the hype for Netflix Australia in June 2021 is going to surround Lupin: Part 2, which has fast become one of the most intensely watchable serialised shows on Netflix. “Reality” show fans might get a kick out of the relentlessly horny Too Hot To Handle Season 2, while those looking for a good movie would be wise to check out Awake and Tenet. That should be more than enough to complement existing content and keep justifying that subscription fee. Or your mates subscription fee.

Head over to netflix.com to get stuck into your favourite movies and TV shows this June.

Check out the June 2021 content schedule for Amazon and Binge.