What's New on Netflix in June, and Our Top 5 Picks

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What's New on Netflix in June, and Our Top 5 Picks

May proved to be a hit-and-miss month for Netflix Originals - while Lady Bamford became a surprise comedy hit from stand-up veteran Maria Bamford, the premiere of Marseille and the second season of Bloodline did not receive much love. June has some unproven new originals too, such as Hibana (Spark) from Japan - an adaptation of Naoki Matayoshi's novel - and Au service de la France (A Very Secret Service) - a look at chauvinism in 1950s-60s France.

Look below to see our five guaranteed-good picks for this month, and the full list of movies and TV shows coming to Netflix India after that.

Orange is the New Black: Season 4 / June 17
Everyone's favourite women's prison drama (apologies if you're a Bad Girls or Wentworth fan) returns this month for its fourth offering. Piper Chapman got in for a crime she didn't even know she was committing, but she's done much worse since.

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Inception / June 1
Christopher Nolan's seminal dream-sharing and corporate-secrets-stealing heist drama, starring an ensemble cast of Leonardo DiCaprio, Ellen Page, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Marion Cotillard, Tom Hardy, Ken Watanabe and Michael Caine, Inception was a hit with critics and audiences alike upon release. It also picked up four Oscars, including best cinematography and visual effects.

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Game of Silence: Season 1-2 / June 1
Inspired by the real life story of four Turkish children sentenced to years in prison for stealing the dessert baklava, Suskunlar - known as Game of Silence for those who don't speak Turkish - charts their lives years after their release: dealing with the horrors they faced inside and how they are trying to help other children now.

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Between the Folds / June 1
Running at under an hour, Between the Folds is a short documentary on the subject of origami and what it means as an art form, through the eyes of artists and scientists, including some from NASA and MIT.

Ray Donovan: Season 3 / June 1
The fourth season of Ray Donovan starts later this month, and Netflix wants to help you catch up on the third. Follow the fixer as he does the dirty work of Los Angeles' rich and famous, while failing to work on his own problems.

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Here's a full list of all the new content coming to Netflix India this month:

Comedy
Alien Autopsy (2006) / June 1
Today's Special (2009) / June 1
Yes Man (2008) / June 1
No Strings Attached (2011) / June 14

Drama
Asthma (2014) / June 1
Confessions of a Brazilian Call Girl / (2011) / June 1
Pretty Little Liars: Season 7 (2010-Present) / June 22
The Fundamentals of Caring (2016) / June 24
Teen Wolf: Season 5 (2011-Present) / June 30

Documentary
72 Cutest Animals: Season 1 / June 1
Almost Holy (2015) / June 1
Black Man White Skin (2015) / June 1
Conspiracy Theory: Did We Land on the Moon? (2001) / June 1
Cuba: The Forgotten Revolution (2015) / June 1
(Dis)Honesty - The Truth About Lies (2015) / June 1
Eisenhower's Secret War: Season 1 (2013) / June 1
Évocateur: The Morton Downey Jr. Movie (2012) / June 1
Fittest on Earth: The Story of the 2015 Reebok CrossFit Games (2016) / June 1
For Love of Liberty: The Story of America's Black Patriots (2010) / June 1
Ilegal (2014) / June 1
MythBusters: Season 4-5 (2003-Present) / June 1
Only the Dead (2015) / June 1
Sinatra: All or Nothing at All (2015) / June 1
Soccer City (2010) / June 1
Speed Sisters (2015) / June 1
Steak (R)evolution (2014) / June 1
Sweet Micky for President (2015) / June 1
The Fear of 13 (2015) / June 1
The Frozen Chosen (2016) / June 1
The Mask You Live In (2015) / June 1
TransFatty Lives (2015) / June 1
UFOs: The Best Evidence (1994) / June 1
What Our Fathers Did: A Nazi Legacy (2015) / June 1
Matt Shepard Is a Friend of Mine (2014) / June 14
In the Shadow of the Moon (2007) / June 15
Martin Clunes & a Lion Called Mugie (2014) / June 15
Martin Clunes: A Man and His Dogs (2008) / June 15
Martin Clunes: Horsepower (2010) / June 15
Martin Clunes: Last Lemur Standing (2012) / June 15
Man & Beast with Martin Clunes (2015) / June 15
Martin Clunes: Man to Manta (2011) / June 15
Metropolis: Season 1 (2015-Present) / June 15
Top Spin (2014) / June 15
World's Oddest Animal Couples US: Season 1 / June 15
Palio (2015) / June 30
(T)ERROR (2015) / June 30

Reality show
Small Animal Hospital: Season 1 (2014) / June 15

Stand-up special
Bo Burnham: Make Happy (2016) / June 3

From India
B.A. Pass (2012) / June 1
Delhi in a Day (2011) / June 1
Firaaq (2008) / June 1
Jugni (2016) / June 1
Kajarya (2013) / June 1
Eega (2012) / June 1
Rebellious Flower (2016) / June 1

From Mexico
El Más Buscado (2014) / June 1
Demon Inside (2013) / June 5
Paraíso (2013) / June 5
The Chosen Ones (2015) / June 17

From Korea
After School: Lucky or Not - Season 2 (2014) / June 1
Click Your Heart (2016) / June 1
Love Cells: Season 1-2 (2014-Present) / June 1

From Japan
Operation Proposal (2007) / June 1
Voices of a Distant Star (2003) / June 1
Hibana (Spark): Season 1 / June 2

From France
Au service de la France (A Very Secret Service): Season 1 (2015-Present) / June 30

From Spain
Los Héroes del Mal (The Heroes of Evil) (2015) / June 1

From Brazil
O Começo da Vida (The Beginning of Life) (2016) / June 1

From Chile
No Filter (2016) / June 7

From Turkey
Magnificent Century: Season 1 (2011-2014) / June 1

From South Africa
Shaka Zulu (1986) / June 1

Children
LEGO Friends: The Power of Friendship: Season 2 (2015) / June 10

Animation
5 Centimetres Per Second (2007) / June 1
The Garden of Words (2013) / June 1
The Place Promised in Our Early Days (2004) / June 1

Update: The article previously included Children of God (2010), Tasher Desh (2012), Ludo (2015), and Gandu (2010). These have since been removed after a clarification from Netflix India.

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