From classic movies to original series, these are the new, notable titles on popular streaming services.
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Available June 1 on Hulu: "Childrens Hospital" Complete Series
Fans can binge all seven seasons of Rob Corddry's Adult Swim medical comedy on Hulu beginning June 1.
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Available June 2 on Hulu: "A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood"
Tom Hanks takes on the role of the beloved children's TV show host Fred Rogers in this heartfelt biopic.
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Available June 2 on Netflix: "Fuller House: The Farewell Season"
It's time to say goodbye to DJ, Stephanie, Kimmy and the gang when the final episodes of Netflix's "Full House" sequel series air this month.
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Available June 3 on Netflix: "Lady Bird"
Greta Gerwig's Oscar-nominated coming-of-age comedy-drama features compelling performances from Saoirse Ronan and Laurie Metcalf.
Available June 4 on CBS All Access: "The Thomas John Experience" Season 1
Psychic medium Thomas John travels across America to connect people with their loved ones on the other side in this new series from CBS All Access. All eight episodes premiere on June 4.
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Available June 5 on Hulu: "We Are Freestyle Love Supreme"
Hulu's new documentary chronicles the improv hip-hop group which includes "Hamilton" star Lin-Manuel Miranda among its founding members.
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Available June 5 on Netflix: "13 Reasons Why" Season 4
A group of high school students keeps a dangerous secret buried when this Netflix original drama returns for its final season.
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Available June 5 on Amazon Prime: "Gina Brillon: The Floor Is Lava"
The comedian jokes about her childhood and marrying her Midwestern husband in this new standup special from Amazon Prime.
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Available June 5 on Netflix: "Queer Eye" Season 5
The Fab Five heads to Philadelphia to provide inspiring makeovers to everyday heroes when this feel-good reality series returns.
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Available June 6 on HBO Max: "Ad Astra"
An astronaut (Brad Pitt) embarks on a mission to the furthest reaches of our solar system to uncover the truth about his missing father in "Ad Astra."
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Available June 7 on Netflix: "Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj" Volume 6
New episodes of this Emmy Award-winning comedy show air weekly on the streaming service.
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Available June 7 on CBS All Access: "Sunday Night at the Movies: Grease Sing-A-Long"
Revisit the iconic musical starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John, featuring follow-along lyrics, when this special event airs live on CBS and CBS All Access.
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Available June 12 on Disney+: "Artemis Fowl"
The popular YA sci-fi book series gets the movie treatment in this dazzling Disney flick that will keep your little ones occupied.
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Available June 12 on Netflix: "Da 5 Bloods"
Academy Award-winner Spike Lee's new Netflix film centers around four African American veterans returning to Vietnam to find the remains of their squad leader ... and buried treasure.
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Available June 12 on Hulu: "Crossing Swords" Series Premiere
Nicholas Hoult is behind the voice of Patrick, a wannabe hero who becomes a squire in a crooked kingdom, in this adult animated stop-motion series.
Available June 12 on Amazon Prime: "Knives Out"
A detective (Daniel Craig) investigates a rich patriarch's death in Rian Johnson's smartly-written murder mystery featuring a star-studded ensemble cast.
Available June 12 on Amazon Prime and Hulu: "Child's Play"
Chucky (voiced by Mark Hamill) wreaks havoc in this remake of the 1988 horror flick about a murderous doll.
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Available June 13 on Netflix: "How to Get Away With Murder" Season 6
Fans of ABC's legal thriller, starring Viola Davis, can binge the sixth and final season when it arrives on Netflix this month.
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Available June 19 on Netflix: "The Politician" Season 2
A mudslinging race for state Senate heats up when Season 2 of Ryan Murphy's Netflix series premieres on June 19.
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Available June 19 on Hulu: "Love, Victor" Series Premiere
Inspired by the 2018 film "Love, Simon," this Hulu original follows a high school student on his journey of self-discovery as he explores his sexual orientation.
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Available June 19 on Amazon Prime: "7500"
Joseph Gordon-Levitt is a pilot whose plane is hijacked by terrorists in this Amazon Prime thriller making its debut this month.
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Available June 19 on Hulu: "Taste the Nation" Series Premiere
"Top Chef" host Padma Lakshmi sinks her teeth into a new series, exploring America's diverse food culture.
Available June 20 on HBO Max: "Ford v Ferrari"
Satisfy your need for speed with this sports drama about the development of a revolutionary race car. The film stars Matt Damon and Christian Bale.
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Available June 23 on Netflix: "Eric Andre: Legalize Everything"
In his first Netflix original standup special, "The Eric Andre Show" host digs into the war on drugs and the interesting choice for the "Cops" theme song.
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Available June 24 on Netflix: "Athlete A"
This Netflix documentary follows the Indianapolis Star reporters who broke the story about former sports doctor Larry Nassar's abuse.
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Available June 24 on HBO Max: "South Park" Seasons 1-23
Fans of the long-running animated comedy will be able to find every season of "South Park" on HBO Max beginning June 24. New episodes will also be available on HBO Max a day after they premiere on Comedy Central.
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Available June 25 on Hulu: "Charlie's Angels"
Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska team up for this action-packed reboot heading to Hulu in June.
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Available June 25 on CBS All Access: "The Twilight Zone" Season 2
Viewers can travel to another dimension when the CBS All Access reboot series hosted by Jordan Peele returns. Billy Porter, Topher Grace and Kylie Bunbury are among the stars making guest appearances in Season 2.
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Available June 25 on HBO Max: "Search Party" Season 3 Premiere
The critically-acclaimed comedy, centering around a group of self-absorbed friends, returns for a third season, now on WarnerMedia's new HBO Max streaming service.
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Available June 25 on HBO Max: "Adventure Time: Distant Lands - BMO"
Based on the animated series "Adventure Time," HBO Max is premiering the first of four breakout specials to explore the unseen corners of the world with new characters and familiar favorites.
Available June 26 on Netflix: "Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga"
Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams team up for a Netflix comedy about singers chasing their pop star dreams in the renowned international music competition.
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Available June 26 on Disney+: "Into the Unknown: Making Frozen 2"
This six-episode documentary series reveals the hard work and behind-the-scenes magic that went into making Disney's animated hit, "Frozen 2."
Available June 30 on Netflix: "George Lopez: We'll Do It For Half"
The comedy legend serves up a new standup special, dissecting cultural differences, elevator etiquette and more.