The Most Highly Anticipated Netflix Originals Coming in June

Aside from updating Instagram, reading the news, playing Betway online casino games and listening to music, the best thing you can do on your smartphone is watching a movie or series on Netflix.

The streaming service is famous not only for its massive library of movies and TV shows but for its original content as well – it spends billions of dollars each year on series and feature films, providing its users with exclusive content to consume.

Each month, new films and series are launched on the service – here are some of the best to expect to be rolled out through it in June.

Black Mirror (Season 5) – June 5th

Originally, Black Mirror was a pressingly believable series about the future of technology – and society – commissioned by England’s Channel 4. The series ran from 2011 to 2014 and later taken over by Netflix.

Black Mirror was the series that pushed Daniel Kaluuya into stardom: the actor – of Ugandan descent – was discovered in one of the series’ episodes by director Jordan Peele and subsequently cast as the lead in his debut movie “Get Out!”.

Black Mirror is a Netflix original since its third series. The streaming giant has produced a fourth season and “Bandersnatch”, a “choose-your-own-adventure” film in the series, and now it prepares to launch the fifth series featuring Miley Cyrus, Anthony Mackey, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Topher Grace, Damson Idris, Andrew Scott, Nicole Beharie, Pom Klementieff, Angourie Rice, Madison Davenport, and Ludi Lin.

3% (Season 3) – June 7th

3% is the first Portuguese-language Netflix original series. It was developed from a 2009 independent pilot episode into a series that will return with a third season this June.

The Brazilian series takes its viewers into a dystopian society where people living in the impoverished “Inland” and living to the age of 20 can complete “The Process” to advance to the affluent “Offshore” – and only 3% of the candidates survive. It is a complex story hidden under the robes of a young adult series, with surprisingly deep and well-built characters.

Dark (Season 2) – June 21st

Last but not least, let us mention “Dark”, the German-language science fiction thriller that was deemed comparable to “Stranger Things” and “Twin Peaks”. The series tells the story of a German town where children start disappearing.

As the mystery unravels, we learn that the families living in the town hold dark secrets, especially about a wormhole hidden in the caves beneath it, transporting people into the past.

Both the critics and fans loved the first season of “Dark” – and now, the story goes even deeper. So far, the only thing Netflix teased about it was “the apocalypse is coming”.

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