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List of Movies and Shows Coming to Netflix Canada in June 2021

As Manitoba braces for further public health order restrictions, Netflix continues to be the best, and safest form of entertainment.


Here’s a list of movies and shows coming to Netflix Canada in June, 2021.

Note that starting in December, a Netflix Tax will be applied to your subscription fee.

June 1st, 2021:

  • Black Holes: The Edge of All We Know (2020) – Science documentary studying the mystery of Black Holes through the Event Horizon telescope.
  • Blood Brother (2018) – Crime-drama centered around two best friends who after a tragic event in their youth go down entirely separate paths in their adult lives.
  • Cocomelon (Season 3) – The worldwide animated phenomenon returns with a brand new season.
  • LEGO Ninjago (3 Seasons) – Animated adventures set in the world of the LEGO Ninjago.
  • Crooked House (2017) – the adaptation of Agatha Christie’s most twisted tale, starring Glenn Close.
  • The Mustang (2019) – A convict struggling with his rehabilitation program training wild horses has a breakthrough and confronts his violent past when he trains a particularly feisty horse.
  • Seven Souls in the Skull Castle: Season Moon Jogen (2013) – Japanese action-drama.
  • Seven Souls in the Skull Castle: Season Moon Kagen (2013) – Japanese action-drama.
  • Super Monsters: Once Upon a Rhyme (2021) N – Children’s animated musical.
  • Thomas and Friends (Season 24) – Animated adventures of Thomas the Tank Engine and the steam engines of the Island of Sodor.
  • Total Drama (5 Seasons) –

June 2nd, 2021:

  • Carnaval (2021) (Netflix Original) – Brazilian comedy that sees a heartbroken influencer take her friends on a free trip to Bahia’s vibrant Carnival where she learns life isn’t just about the likes of social media.

June 3rd, 2021:

  • Creator’s File: GOLD (Season 1) (Netflix Original) – Japanese mockumentary series from Ryuji Akiyama.
  • Dancing Queens (2021) (Netflix Original) – Swedish drama about Dylan Pettersson, a young woman from the Swedish archipelago, who has dreams of performing on the big stage as a professional dancer.
  • Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal The Movie (Season 1) (Netflix Original) – Popular anime feature films coming to Netflix.
  • Summertime (Season 2) (Netflix Original) – Italian romantic drama set during the summer on the Adriatic coast where the attraction between two lovers runs wild.

June 4th, 2021:

  • Breaking Boundaries: The Science Of Our Planet (2021) (Netflix Original)– David Attenborough narrated documentary on the collapse of biodiversity around the globe.
  • Feel Good (Season 2) (Netflix Original) – Final season of the British LGBT comedy-drama.
  • Human: The World Within (Season 1) (Netflix Original) – PBS documentary series looking into the fascinating world of our own bodies.
  • Sweet and Sour (2021) (Netflix Original) – Romantic K-Drama centered around Jang Hyuk, a man struggling to juggle the relationships of two women in his life, his girlfriend and his competitive colleague.
  • Sweet Tooth (Season 1) (Netflix Original) – fantasy-drama based on the DC Comic of the same name. In a post-apocalyptic world, children are being born as hybrids, half-animal, and half-human. Gus, a half-deer and half-human leaves his forest sanctuary and joins a lone traveler to journey across America in search of answers to his past.
  • Trippin’ with the Kandasamys (2021) (Netflix Original) – African rom-com.
  • Xtreme (2021) (Netflix Original) – Spanish revenge action-thriller that sees a retired hitman seek revenge on the man responsible for the death of his son and father, his own brother.

June 5th, 2021:

  • Kitty Love: An Homage to Cats (2021) (Netflix Original) – Documentary about our feline friends.

June 9th, 2021:

  • Awake (2021) (Netflix Original) – apocalypse sci-fi drama starring Gina Rodriguez as Jill, a former soldier, whose daughter may hold the cure to saving humanity, who after a devasting world event has lost the ability to sleep.
  • Fresh, Fried, and Crispy (Season 1) (Netflix Original) – Docu-series hosted by food critic Daym Drops looking for the best hot spots for fried food.
  • Tragic Jungle (2021) (Netflix Original) – Period drama about a woman fleeing to the jungle to escape an arranged marriage.

June 10th, 2021:

  • Late Night (2019) – Emma Thompson stars as Katherine Newbury, a popular late-night talk show host that suspects she may be about to lose her long-running television show.

June 11th, 2021:

  • Lupin (Part 2) (Netflix Original) – Assane is back and he’s out for revenge in the return of Netflix’s biggest international series to date.
  • Skater Girl (2021) (Netflix Original) – Indian-American coming-of-age sports drama that sees Prerna, a rural Indian teenager, find love for Skateboarding and against all odds wants to pursue her dream of competing in the national championships.

June 12th, 2021:

  • Saint Maud (2019) – Horror mystery centered around a pious nurse who becomes dangerously obsessed with saving her dying patient’s soul.

June 14th, 2021:

  • Elite Short Stories: Guzmán Caye Rebe (Season 1) (Netflix Original) – Short spin-off series of the popular Spanish-language drama Elite.

June 15th, 2021:

  • Desperado (1995) – Crime-thriller from Roberto Rodriguez starring Antonia Banderas and Salma Hayek.
  • Elite Short Stories: Nadia Guzman (Season 1) (Netflix Original) – Another spinoff for the popular Spanish series.
  • Rhyme Time Town (Season 2) (Netflix Original) – More episodes of the animal animated series for preschoolers from Dreamworks Animation.
  • Rogue Warfare: Death of a Nation (2020) – The third entry in the Rogue Warfare action franchise.
  • The Ruins (2008) – Fantasy horror.
  • What’s Eating Gilbert Grape (1993) – Family drama starring Johnny Depp as Gilbert Grape, a young man in a small mid-west town struggling to care for his family while trying to find his own happiness.

June 16th, 2021:

  • Elite Short Stories: Omar Ander Alexis (Season 1) (Netflix Original) – Short spin-off series of the popular Spanish-language drama Elite.
  • Penguin Town (Season 1) (Netflix Original) – Nature docuseries about a group of endangered Penguins that flock to picturesque South African town
  • Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) – In the wake of the events of Endgame, Peter Parker aka Spider-Man returns to school where his class goes on a field trip to Europe, only for Peter to encounter four destructive elementals, and a mysterious new hero Mysterio.

June 17th, 2021:

  • Black Summer (Season 2) (Netflix Original) – The prequel to Z-Nation continues with a new round of zombie-filled episodes.
  • Elite Short Stories: Carla Samuel (Season 1) (Netflix Original) – Short spin-off series of the popular Spanish-language drama Elite.

June 18th, 2021:

  • Elite (Season 4) (Netflix Original) – Spanish crime-drama centered around the teenagers of a prestigious private school where a clash amongst the working class and the wealthy students leads to murder.
  • Fatherhood (2021) (Netflix Original) – Kevin Hart stars as Matt, a single father raising his daughter after the unexpected death of his wife.
  • Jagame Thandhiram (2021) (Netflix Original) – Tamil and Tegu language crime-comedy centered around a nomadic gangster who finds himself torn between the forces of good and evil while trying to find a place to call home.

June 23rd, 2021:

  • Good on Paper (2021) (Netflix Original) – Romantic crime-comedy starring Iliza Shlesinger and Rebecca Rittenhouse

June 24th, 2021:

  • Godzilla Singular Point (2021) (Netflix Original) – Anime series featuring the classic lizard king himself.
  • The Naked Director (Season 2) (Netflix Original) – Japanese comedy-drama centered around the life and career of Toru Muranishi, the porn director that revolutionized the industry in the 1980s.

June 25th, 2021:

  • Sex/Life (Season 1) (Netflix Original) – Drama following a love triangle.

June 30th, 2021:

  • America: The Motion Picture (2021) (Netflix Original) – A tongue-in-cheek adult animated feature that tells the story of how America won the war of Independence against the British with a chainsaw-wielding George Washington and his beer-loving bro Sam Adams.
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