The Netflix hot list: From brand new Queer Eye to Will Ferrell’s Eurovision film - what to watch in June 2020

What’s on Netflix in June? 13 Reasons Why season 4 and The Sinner season 3 are just some of the best TV and movies highlights coming to Netflix this month.

By Sophia Moir Published: 1 June 2020 - 1.36pm
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Netflix is home to thousands of TV shows and movies, including award-winning dramas, binge-worthy documentaries and original movies.

But if you're up to date with your Netflix watchlist, June is the perfect time to get your teeth into something new.

From brand new TV shows, films and documentaries including Will Ferrell’s Eurovision film, to the highly-anticipated return of 13 Reasons Why and The Sinner this month, we round up the best of what’s coming soon to Netflix customers.

Read our must-watch TV guide for the month ahead on Netflix.

13 Reasons Why season 4

The fourth and final season of the teen drama sees Liberty High School’s class prepare for graduation.

But they’re forced to make life-changing and heartbreaking choices about how their past will impact on their future. 

13 Reasons Why season 4 is streaming on Netflix from Friday, June 5.

Seasons 1-3 are streaming on Netflix now.

Queer Eye season 5

Queer Eye is back and the Fab Five are heading to the Philadelphia area to transform 10 new heroes.

In the series, Jonathan Van Ness returns to his home town to makeover his high school music teacher - a selfless educator whose fiery red mullet hasn't changed in 30 years.

Queer Eye season 5 is streaming on Netflix from Friday, June 5.

Seasons 1-4 are streaming on Netflix now.

The Politician season 2

Created by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan, The Politician offers a comedic and satirical glimpse into just what it takes to be a US politician.

In season 2, Payton Hobart (Ben Platt) fights to be elected to the New York State Senate, while his mother Georgina (Gwyneth Paltrow) makes a decision that threatens to upstage him.

The Politician season 2 is streaming on Netflix from Friday, June 19. 

Season 1 is streaming on Netflix now.

The Sinner season 3

The third season of the anthology crime drama follows Detective Harry Ambrose (Bill Pullman), whose investigation into a fatal car accident reveals a much larger and disturbing case behind it.

Golden Globe-award winning actor Matt Bomer joins the cast as Jamie Burns, an expectant father who seeks Harry's support after the accident.

The Sinner season 3 is streaming on Netflix from Friday, June 19. 

Seasons 1-2 are streaming on Netflix now.

Eurovision

Will Ferrell (Anchorman, Step Brothers) and Rachel McAdams (Mean Girls, The Notebook) star as two aspiring musicians Lars and Sigrit, aka Fire Saga.

When they are given the opportunity of a lifetime to represent their country at Eurovision, they finally have a chance to prove that any dream worth having is a dream worth fighting for.

Eurovision is streaming on Netflix from Friday, June 26.

Dark season 3

The German science fiction drama - which has been compared to Stranger Things - returns for a third and final series.

The series follows the lives of four estranged families, and a supernatural time travel current that spans three generations.

Dark season 3 is streaming on Netflix from Saturday, June 27. 

Seasons 1-2 are streaming on Netflix now.