Some great movies and TV shows are new to Netflix in June 2020, both Netflix Originals and licensed content, so there's no shortage of entertaining titles to watch on the streaming service this month. Highlights among Netflix's offerings in June include the return of all-time great movie The Silence of the Lambs to the streaming service, Spike Lee's Netflix exclusive Vietnam heist movie Da 5 Bloods, the final season of the sci-fi sensation Dark, the goofy game show Floor Is Lava, and much more. 

For a complete menu of options, check out the full list of everything that's coming to Netflix in June 2020. You can also examine what's coming to Hulu in June. If you're looking for even more hand-picked recommendations, take a look at our Watch This Now! page, which features the best of what we're watching.

The Best Netflix Shows and Movies in June


Mads Mikkelsen, <em>Hannibal</em>Mads Mikkelsen, Hannibal

The Silence of the Lambs/Hannibal

Premiered: June 1/June 5
June is Hannibal Lector Month on Netflix! Thomas Harris' gentleman cannibal is at the center of these classics, which are among the best movies and shows of their respective decades. The Silence of The Lambs follows FBI agent Clarice Starling (Jodie Foster) as she tries to catch a serial killer known as Buffalo Bill (Ted Levine); while the series Hannibal is about a younger version of the man-eating psychiatrist (Mads Mikkelsen) and his psychosexual relationship with FBI profiler Jack Graham (Hugh Dancy). You can't go wrong with either of them. If you liked Hannibal, watch these next


<em>Da 5 Bloods</em>Da 5 Bloods

Da 5 Bloods

Premiered: June 12
The latest Spike Lee joint follows four black Vietnam vets — Paul (Delroy Lindo), Otis (Clarke Peters), Eddie (Norm Lewis), and Melvin (Isiah Whitlock Jr.) — who go back to the country in search of the remains of their squad leader (Chadwick Boseman)...and buried treasure. It's a Vietnam epic like only Spike Lee could do. If you already watched it and liked it, here are some recommendations for what you should watch next. (Trailer)


<em>Dating Around</em>Dating Around

Dating Around

Premiered: June 12
Season 2 of this fly-on-the-wall dating show will make you nostalgic for when it was possible to go to restaurants, kiss, or imagine a future. Six new singles will go on dates in New Orleans, and we will watch them. Who will get a second date, and who will drunkenly yell at a woman about how she's a liar and walk out? (Trailer)


<em>The Woods</em>The Woods

The Woods

Premiered: June 12
This Polish series is the latest Netflix adaptation of a book by Harlan Coben, following the popular mysteries The Stranger and Safe, and stays in those same murky waters of crime and secrets, oh so many secrets! In The Woods, a man looks for answers about the disappearance of his sister 25 years earlier, when four teens went into the woods and never came out, hoping that she's alive even as bodies and new evidence are being pulled out. -Tim Surette (Trailer)


Penelope Cruz, <em>Wasp Network</em>Penelope Cruz, Wasp Network

Wasp Network

Premiered: June 19
Acclaimed director Olivier Assayas helms this espionage thriller that's based on a true story about Cuban spies infiltrating exile groups in the 1990s to stop terrorism against the island, at great personal cost to themselves and their families. The glamorous cast includes Penelope Cruz, Wagner Moura, Gael Garcia Bernal, Ana de Armas, and Edgar Ramirez again. (Trailer)


<em>Floor Is Lava</em>Floor Is Lava

Floor Is Lava

Premiered: June 19
In the tradition of dumbass obstacle course games like Wipeout and Most Extreme Elimination Challenge -- both of which are awesome — comes this souped-up version of the game we all played as children. Teams try to get from one end of a room to the other without landing in a pit of scolding hot molten magma. Except it's just colored water, so really, what's the point? Netflix, you have the budget to haul in 10,000 gallons of lava, why didn't you? Also, you had the budget to add a "The" to the beginning of the show's title, why didn't you? (Trailer) --Tim Surette


Eric Andre, <em>Eric Andre: Legalize Everything</em>Eric Andre, Eric Andre: Legalize Everything

Eric Andre: Legalize Everything

Premieres: June 23
Eric Andre, who your weird nephew would argue is the greatest comedian in the world, does his first Netflix special from New Orleans, Louisiana. Legalize Everything transfers the anarchic spirit of his eponymous Adult Swim show in a stand-up format, as he screams wild stories and absurd riffs about taking drugs, smoking weed with his mom for the first time, and taking more drugs. (Trailer)


Lisa Vicari, <em>Dark</em>Lisa Vicari, Dark

Dark

Premieres: June 27
This German sci-fi mind-bender returns for its third and final season this month. This season, Jonas travels to a new world, while the people left behind in the other version of the town of Winden try to break the loop that now bends not only time but space as well. If that means nothing to you, go back and watch the first two seasons before Season 3 arrives. You won't regret it. (Trailer)

Want to know what else is coming to Netflix? Here's everything that we know is coming to Netflix in 2020.