West World, Baymax, and other June premieres on Disney+, Netflix, Amazon and HBO

Baymax! S1 - June 29 (Disney+)
Westworld, S4 - June 26 (HBO)
Ms. Marvel, S1 -June 8 (Disney+)
Peaky Blinders. S6 - June 10 (Netflix)
Hollywood Stargirl - June 3 (Disney+)
The Boys, S3 - June 3 (Amazon Prime)
Irma Vep - June 6 (HBO)
Hustle - June 8 (Netflix)
The Hating Game - June 10 (Amazon)
My Fake Boyfriend - June 10 (Amazon Prime)
First Kill, S1 - June 10 (Netflix)
Halftime - June 14 (Netflix)
Cantinflas - June 15 (Amazon Prime)
Love, Victor, S3 - June 15 (Disney+)
Father of the Bride - June 16 (HBO)
Spiderhead - June 17 (Netflix)
The Summer I Turned Pretty, S1 - June 17 (Amazon Prime)
The Umbrella Academy (S3) - June 22 (Netflix)
God's Favorite Idiot, S1 - June 22 (Netflix)
The Monster Family 2 - June 24 (Amazon Prime)
Trevor: The Musical - June 24 (Disney+)
Rise - June 24 (Disney+)
Chloe - June 24 (Amazon Prime)
Pan y Circu (Bread and Circus) - June 24 (Amazon Prime)
Baymax! S1 - June 29 (Disney+)

Everyone's favourite robot assistant is coming to Disney with his very own series, following the success of 'Big Hero 6.'

Westworld, S4 - June 26 (HBO)

The Emmy-winning drama series returns for its fourth season with new conflicts, worlds, and characters that will give the series an unexpected twist. Returning to this season are actors Evan Rachel Wood, Thandiwe Newton, Ed Harris, and Tessa Thompson, among others.

Ms. Marvel, S1 -June 8 (Disney+)

Kamala Khan is a Muslim American teenager from New Jersey who is a big fan of The Avengers. To her surprise, she discovers that she has some superpowers of her own too.

Peaky Blinders. S6 - June 10 (Netflix)

In interwar England, organized crime boss Tommy Shelby (Cillian Murphy) leads a notorious gang, bent on ruthlessly getting ahead in the world. The final season leads the story into World War II, showing how fascism, socialism, and capitalism impact the main characters. In addition, it reveals what will happen to Shelby's legacy.

Hollywood Stargirl - June 3 (Disney+)

This is the sequel to the film about the talented Stargirl, who now moves with her mother, Ana, from Arizona to Los Angeles. There, she makes new friends and finally meets her idol Roxanne Martel.

The Boys, S3 - June 3 (Amazon Prime)

This superhero series, an adaptation of the comic by Garth Ennis and Darick Roberton. "The first ten minutes of episode one," series creator Eric Kripke says, "... every time we talk about it, I literally cover my mouth. It is absolute madness."

Irma Vep - June 6 (HBO)

This new miniseries was created, written, and directed by Oliver Assayas, and is based on the 1996 film. Now starring Alicia Vikander, it follows an American movie star who, disillusioned with her career, arrives in France to star as Irma Vep in a remake of the classic French film 'Les Vampires.' Shockingly, the distinctions between her and the character begin to blur and the border between fiction and reality gets lost.

Hustle - June 8 (Netflix)

A washed-up scout (Adam Sandler) discovers an exceptional basketball player with a complicated past abroad. He decides to bring him to the United States without his team's approval. Against all odds, the two get one chance to prove they can make it in the NBA.

The Hating Game - June 10 (Amazon)

Determined to achieve professional success without compromising her ethics, Lucy (Lucy Hale) embarks on a ruthless game of one-upmanship against her cool and efficient enemy Joshua (Austin Stowell). The rivalry is complicated by her growing attraction to him.

My Fake Boyfriend - June 10 (Amazon Prime)

This is an LGBTQ+ comedy made and produced by Amazon Prime Video, telling the story of a young man who tries to keep his ex out of his life. Following the advice of a friend, he decides to create a profile of a fake boyfriend on social media to keep his ex-lover away from his life. Things go wrong when he meets the love of his life and has to break up with his fake fling.

First Kill, S1 - June 10 (Netflix)

Juliette, a vampire who comes from a thousand-year-old bloodline, feels that she does not fit in this particular scene. Worst of all, she has to kill someone for the first time. What follows is a romantic vampire drama with Sarah Catherine Hook and Imani Lewis, based on a short story by series creator VE Schwab.

Halftime - June 14 (Netflix)

This Netflix documentary describes how Jennifer Lopez has traveled to discover who she really is in the music industry as well as in the depths of her soul. The singer claims that she does not sing for money. She only wants to connect with people and make them feel things because she wants to feel something too.

Cantinflas - June 15 (Amazon Prime)

A film that tells the untold story of Mexico's greatest and most beloved comedy film star: Mario Moreno Cantinflas, from his humble origins on the small stage to the bright lights of Hollywood. Actor Óscar Jaenada plays the comedian.

Love, Victor, S3 - June 15 (Disney+)

In this third season, Victor is out of the closet and in a relationship with Benji. But of course the challenges for the queer protagonist don't end there. Who knows, maybe there's even some new love on the way.

Father of the Bride - June 16 (HBO)

This remake of the iconic 1990s romantic comedy (which starred Steve Martin, Diane Keaton, and Martin Short) now had a more Latino cast. Andy García, Gloria Estefan, Adria Arjona, and Diego Boneta play a family that experiences divorce and a wedding at the same time. And of course, the father of the bride does not want his daughter to marry.

Spiderhead - June 17 (Netflix)

This film, starring Chris Hemsworth and Miles Teller, is based on a short story by George Saunders. In a state-of-the-art prison run by brilliant visionary Steve Abnesti (Hemsworth), inmates wear a surgically placed device that administers doses of emotion-altering drugs in exchange for commuted sentences. There are no bars or cells or orange suits in this jail, but it is actually a lot less free than the traditional jail. This becomes clear when a connection emerges between two inmates, Jeff (Miles Teller) and Lizzy (Jurnee Smollett).

The Summer I Turned Pretty, S1 - June 17 (Amazon Prime)

This new series is based on the New York Times bestselling book. Every summer, Belly's (Lola Tung) family goes to the same Fisher beach house. And every summer is the same... until Belly turns 16. It's a summer of first love, first heartbreak, and growing up.

The Umbrella Academy (S3) - June 22 (Netflix)

After preventing the world of 1963 from ending, the members of the Umbrella Academy return to their present-day, convinced that their job is done. The celebration is short-lived: soon they realize that not everything is as they had left it. In addition, they find new competition in the form of the Sparrow Academy.

God's Favorite Idiot, S1 - June 22 (Netflix)

This new Netflix series stars Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone. It is about a tech support employee, Clark, who finds love with his co-worker, Emily. At the same time, to make things complicated, he becomes the unwitting messenger of God.

The Monster Family 2 - June 24 (Amazon Prime)

To free Baba Yaga and Renfield from the clutches of monster hunter Mila Starr, the Wishbone family transforms back into several frightful characters: a vampire, the Frankenstein monster, a mummy, and a werewolf.

Trevor: The Musical - June 24 (Disney+)

This adaptation of the Broadway play of the same name tells the story of a 13-year-old boy on his way to self-discovery. It's a great premiere for Pride Month.

Rise - June 24 (Disney+)

This film is based on the real lives of three emigrant brothers of Nigerian-Greek origin, who after a lot of hard work and effort manage to reach the NBA. They were the first three brothers to do so.

Chloe - June 24 (Amazon Prime)

Chloe is a six-episode British psychological thriller about Becky, a social media-obsessed 20-something. She works part-time while living with her mother, who suffers from dementia. Becky becomes obsessed with one Instagram personality: Chloe. One day, Chloe suddenly dies, and Becky realizes she had two missed calls from Chloe minutes before she passed away. How did the influencer know who she was? Becky decides to take on a new identity to find out.

Pan y Circu (Bread and Circus) - June 24 (Amazon Prime)

Pan y Circo travels to Madrid to try to find an answer to a question that makes both Latin America and Spain uncomfortable: Why is the conquest used as a symbol of glory by some and as a pending grievance by others? This third special of the second season brings together different Hispanic-American voices to talk about the subject, continuing with the same format as the first two episodes, already available on Prime Video.

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