New releases for your streaming pleasure: June 12-18
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New releases for your streaming pleasure: June 12-18

17 new titles from Apple TV+, Netflix, Prime Video, HBO Go and Cartoonito

New releases for your streaming pleasure: June 12-18

Looking for a title to binge-watch this weekend? Here's our pick!


Presumed Innocent

Premieres on June 14

A eight-episode limited series based on The New York Times best-selling novel of the same name by Scott Turow. The series takes viewers on a gripping journey through a horrific murder that upends the Chicago prosecuting attorney’s office when one of its own is suspected of the crime. The series explores obsession, sex, politics and the power and limits of love, as the accused fights to hold chief deputy prosecutor Rusty Sabich’s family and marriage together. 



Premieres on June 12

This music-driven biopic traces the rise of celebrated Mexican American singer Selena, who topped the pop charts before she was murdered at age 23.

Bridgerton: Season 3 – Part 2

Premieres on June 13

There is a natural structure to eight episodes and Episode 4 of Part 1 ends on a big world-shifting midpoint. The extra thing dangling over Penelope and Colin will provide conflict going into the back half. Find out what that tension will be and how Polin will deal with it.  

Doctor Climax

Premieres on June 13

In 1970s Thailand, a dermatologist unexpectedly starts a mass sexual awakening after becoming Doctor Climax, a taboo-defying newspaper columnist.

How To Have Sex

Premieres on June 14

Three British teenagers arrive in Crete for the hedonistic holiday of a lifetime, in this coming-of-age story about jealousy, consent and female friendship.

Joko Anwar's Nightmares and Daydreams

Premieres on June 14

Tales of supernatural sci-fi phenomena unfold in this collection of seven mind-bending stories imagined by writer-director Joko Anwar.

Mysteries Of The Terracotta Warriors 

Premieres on June 14

A new archeology documentary that explores Emperor Qin's extraordinary tomb in China.

Ultraman: Rising

Premieres on June 14

Ken Sato, a superstar baseball player who returns to Japan to become the latest hero to carry the mantle of Ultraman. However, he is compelled to raise a newborn kaiju monster, the offspring of his greatest enemy as his own child.

Miss Night And Day

Premieres on June 15

A woman who magically switches between her 20s and 50s lands an internship at the Prosecution Service, caught between two generations and a tough boss.

Agents Of Mystery

Premieres on June 18

Six "agents of mystery" with excellent chemistry probe into bizarre incidents that cannot be explained by science in creative and unique ways.


Premieres on June 18

A meddlesome matchmaker tries to manufacture melodrama. But sometimes,manipulation misfires. A comedic adaptation of Jane Austen's novel.


The Boys: Season Four

Premiers on June 13

The world is on the brink. Victoria Neuman is closer than ever to the Oval Office and under the muscly thumb of Homelander, who is consolidating his power.

1122: For A Happy Marriage

Premieres on June 13 

Married for seven years, a couple gets along well but are not having sex and are without children. They agree to have an open marriage. A story of lies and truth about the institution called marriage. Known in Japan as “1122”, the original Japanese manga series was serialised in Kodansha's seinen manga magazine “Monthly Morning Two” from 2016-2020.

Melting Me Softly

Premieres on June 13

Ma Dong Chan, a renowned producer in the entertainment industry, and Go Mi Ran, a part-timer struggling with family debts, take part in a 24-hour freezing project. Things don't go as expected and they wake up from the frozen capsule 20 years later instead of 24 hours. To survive the side effects of their cryogenic sleep, they must adhere to strict guidelines to maintain their body temperature at 31.5°C and keep their heart rates normal. As their love grows, their lives are in danger. Now, they must uncover the secret behind the experiment to survive and be together.


Assassin Club 

Premieres on June 15

The hunter becomes the hunted when an elite assassin is given his final contract: to kill seven people around the world - only to discover the targets are equally skilled assassins hired to kill him. His only shot to survive is to uncover the mysterious mastermind behind the deadly plot before it's too late. 

House Of The Dragon: Season 2

Premieres on June 17

Based on George R.R. Martin’s Fire & Blood, the series, set 200 years before the events of Game Of Thrones, tells the story of House Targaryen. 


Jessica’s Big Little World

Premieres on June 16

Learn all about Jessica’s huge appetite for adventure and independence.

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