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Watching your favorite shows over the internet has never been as easy thanks to the popular subscription VOD  streaming service Netflix—the reason why for over 74 million in the U.S. and Canada, Netflix is their go-to place to stream TV.

So, if you are among those searching for the best shows on Netflix to watch in June 2021, plan your “Must-Watch TV Shows” list now—because Netflix is coming off strong with some binge-worthy shows that can be a perfect source for you to satisfy your entertainment cravings.

Keeping our entertainment spirit alive, we want you to always have something in your queue that you look forward to—and since Netflix continues the tradition of beefing up its catalog every month with all the quality content, you don’t need to look any further. Here is a list of the eagerly awaited top 10 Netflix series: 

Kim’s Convenience (Season 5)

Release Date: June 2, 2021

Cast: Paul Sun-Hyung Lee, Jean Yoon, Andrea Bang, Simu Liu, Andrew Phung, and Nicole Power.

This Netflix sitcom revolves around a Korean-Canadian Kim family that runs a convenience store in the Moss Park vicinity of Toronto. A heartfelt story it makes for a perfect pick, that also lightens up your mood with its wit—it depicts the spirit of finding happiness and laughter among the trials of life in a cultural setup that is not quite your own. Although this is the finale season, Kim's Convenience is a worthwhile watch for anyone in these unusual times.

Summertime (Season 2)

Release Date: June 3, 2021

Cast: Rebecca Coco Edogamhe, Ludovico Tersigni, Amanda Campana, Andrea Lattanzi, and Thomas Camorani.

From the looks of it, the month of June is dedicated to “second seasons” on Netflix—the next chapter of Summertime is also coming up. This is one gladly received Netflix show still making waves with all the talk about its soon-to-air second season. The story is supposed to continue from where it left off in season 1—and is anticipated to depict how the relationships which shaped up during season 1 pan out a year later. Set in a small port town on the Adriatic Coast, the Italian drama revolved around a rather classic tale of holiday romance in its first season. And in season 2 it is anticipated to follow the evolving young lives of the Summertime protagonists—as they explore the many dimensions of life, learn from life-altering lessons, and find out the importance of taking the right decisions.

Creator’s File: Gold (Season 1)

Release Date: June 3, 2021

The much-awaited Netflix mockumentary is airing this June starring Ryuji Akiyama—watch the celebrated Japanese comedian share his satirical take on the aspiring “creators” who run the world on social media. Parodying extraordinary “creators”, who venture into the online trade in their unique way, Akiyama makes them come to life with his creative genius. Albeit, you’ll see the whole series through the eyes of Ryuji Akiyama, you can expect surprising celebrity appearances on the show.

Sweet Tooth (Season 1)

Release Date: June 4, 2021

Cast: Christian Convery, Will Forte, Nonso Anozie, Adeel Akhtar, and Dania Ramirez.  

Netflix’s Sweet Tooth is expected to be a treat for DC Comic fans—the show is inspired by the namesake American comic book limited series written and illustrated by Jeff Lemire. The story is set in a post-apocalyptic world of sorts where humans come to fear and hunt the “hybrids”—babies born part human, part animal. Watch the hybrid deer-boy Gus leave his sanctuary in the forest, as he sets off on an extraordinary adventure with a rather unlikely companion—Gus is looking to discover his origins while Jepperd seeks to unravel his past.

Human: The World Within (Season 1)

Release Date: June 4, 2021

If you're looking for something more real-world, this is your cue. The new PBS docuseries elaborates on the various aspects of the human body with the help of cutting-edge scientific discoveries. Explore an abundance of interesting facts about the human brain, heart, and more—learn about how your body works, and how the inside powers the outside. Findings shared in the show are based on stories and experiences of people from around the world, and insightfully narrated by Jad Abumrad.

Hospital Playlist (Season 2)

Release Date: June 17, 2021

Cast: Jo Jung-suk, Yoo Yeon-seok, Jung Kyung-ho, Kim Dae-myung, Jeon Mi-do

The hit South Korean drama Hospital Playlist is returning to Netflix this June—it is presumed it’d premier on June 17.

Revolving around the stories of doctors and nurses working at the Yulje Medical Center, as well as the tales of patients receiving treatment, the TV series captured the audience with a great mix of genres—medical, romance, comedy, life, and drama—all-in-one!

Praised for depicting strong female characters, in South Korea, it has been compared to the likes of Grey’s Anatomy and Friends—with much credit going to how it focuses on the human aspect of the medical profession instead of depicting life and death situations. Watch the 5 doctor-friends put their heart and soul into delivering their best and making a connection with their patients, and turning to each other for comfort among the hardships of the job, and an overload of emotion.

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Elite (Season 4)

Release Date: June 18, 2021

Cast: Itzan Escamilla, Miguel Bernardeau, Omar Ayuso, Arón Piper, Claudia Salas, and Georgina Amorós.

Season 4 of the Spanish teen crime thriller Elite is all set to release on Netflix in June. Get ready to add it to “My List”. The popular show continues to depict all the drama from the upper-class secondary school Las Encinas. And, is expected to depict a few new characters becoming part of the fetching tale of friendship, loyalty, love, and privilege, in the fourth installment.  

Too Hot To Handle (Season 2)

Release Month: June 2021
Release Date: TBD

This is the most exciting news for Too Hot to handle fans—the addictive breakout reality series is on its way with season 2. Get ready to entertain yourself with all new episodes of the hit show. Watch a new group of beautiful singles contesting it out—on what we presume would be another tropical island—for a grand prize of $100,000. Watch them build romantic relationships without hooking up—for they must pay a dear cost for being frisky along the way—albeit the penalty money tagged onto sensual adventures may be different this time.

Godzilla Singular Point (Season 1)

Release Month: June 2021
Release Date: TBD

Characters Voiced by: Yume Miyamoto, Shouya Ishige, Misaki Kuno, Kenta Miyake, Ayako Takeuchi.

Do you drool over anime shows and movies? Well, it's time for you to pop some corn and set your comfy couch. Godzilla Singular Point is an entirely new globally licensed Netflix Original Japanese anime series, which is heading to Netflix with the most iconic characters. The sci-fi storyline involves 2 geniuses who are strangers to one another—a young grad student and an engineer—but are united by strokes of fate only to find themselves leading the fight against an unimaginable force in a  bid to save the world. Their opponent is none other than the big boy Godzilla himself.

Record of Ragnarok (Season 1)

Release Month: June 2021
Release Date: TBD

Characters Voiced by: Souma Saitou, Tomokazu Seki, Miyuki Sawashiro, Kazuhiro Yamaji, Takahiro Sakurai, Tatsuhisa Suzuki, Hikaru Midorikawa, Wataru Takagi.

Highly anticipated by the Fate/Zero fans the Netflix Original Japanese anime series—Record of Ragnarok is heading to Netflix in June. The curtain opens on the ultimate showdown between humans and gods. The humans are given one last chance to redeem themselves otherwise face eradication. So, the duels to the death battle zone come to life with 13 humans brought before the gods for an engagement—determined to survive and claim seven wins.

The exact date of the series’ release is not known yet, but you can include it in your must-watch list for June 2021.

Get ready to Binge Them All!

Diverse in content, the best Netflix series still gives competitors a run for the money. With many popular Netflix shows returning with all-new seasons, and brand new shows added to the list of anticipated top 10 Netflix series in June 2021, you won’t have a reason to not quench your thirst for worthwhile TV entertainment.

We hope our June list of the best shows on Netflix in 2021 will help you organize your “My List” well in time. The only factor that can take away from all the excitement is a poor-performing internet connection. So, if at all you are struggling to sustain your binge sessions with your current internet service provider, check out offer availability from services such as Spectrum Internet and WOW! Internet in your ZIP code. Speak to experts at 1-855-349-9328 or run a ZIP search here.

FAQs

What is the Elite (Season 4) release date on Netflix?

Elite (Season 4) is releasing on Netflix on June 18 worldwide. It is by far the most popular program in any language and is all set to exceed fan expectations with the new season.

What to watch on Netflix in June 2021?

In June 2021, you can watch much anticipated new seasons of shows like Elite, Summertime, Too Hot to Handle, and more. You can also enjoy the all-new TV series Sweet Tooth and Godzilla Singular Point in the coming month. Learn more about the best shows on Netflix in June 2021 with the BuyTVInternetPhone Blog.

What to binge-watch on Netflix right now?

Netflix sure has something for everyone always.  Here are some current titles that can make your time worthwhile: