Check out our highlights for the latest movies and TV shows to watch on SBS On Demand, BINGE, Netflix, Stan, Disney+, Paramount+, Prime Video, Foxtel Now and more, streaming this month on Telstra TV.
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The Lost City (1 June): Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum star in this rollicking adventure about a romance writer and her smitten cover model, who are abducted by an obsessed billionaire (Daniel Radcliffe) to help find the fabled treasure at the heart of her latest novel.
The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent (7 June): When Nicolas Cage is offered a million dollars to show up at the birthday party of an alleged arms-dealing admirer (Pedro Pascal), the CIA recruit the movie star on a mission to infiltrate his compound and rescue a kidnapped girl.
The Northman (Coming Soon): Based on Norse mythology, Alexander Skarsgård plays Amleth, a viking on a life-long quest to avenge the murder of his father King Aurvandill (Ethan Hawke) and the capture of his mother (Nicole Kidman) by his uncle Fjölnir (Claes Bang).
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The Orville: New Horizons (3 June): Seth MacFarlane returns as Captain Ed Mercer in the third season of this much-loved Star Trek inspired dramedy series, leading the crew of the USS Orville to explore the expanses of space as well as their own complex relationships with each other.
Westworld (27 June): Returning for its much-anticipated fourth season, this darkly dystopian drama set in the not-too-distant future continues to explore what it means to be human in a world where artificial intelligence challenges our place in the technocratic food chain.
Irma Vep (7 June): Cinephiles will enjoy this satirical series starring Academy Award winner Alicia Vikander as an American actress famous for starring in superhero movies, who is cast in an arthouse remake of the classic silent French thriller, Les Vampires.
Alone (9 June): In the ninth season of this extreme reality contest series, ten solo “survivalists” brave the treacherous snow, storms and wildlife of Labrador, Canada to build their own shelter, hunt for food and outlast their fellow competitors for a chance to win $500,000.
The Boys (3 June): Back for season three, Butcher, Hughie and The Boys continue their quest to bring down Homelander and expose the corrupt superhero squad, The Seven – this time with the help of a formula that can turn mere mortals into Supes to level the playing field.
The Summer I Turned Pretty (17 June): Based on the bestselling novel by Jenny Han, the author of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, this series sees sixteen year old Belly (Lola Tung) forced to choose between the love of two childhood friends, brothers Conrad and Jeremiah.
Chloe (24 June): In this psychological thriller-mystery series, Instagram-obsessed outsider Becky (Erin Doherty) manipulates her way into the lives of a close-knit group of friends after one of them, Chloe Fairbourne, seemingly takes her own life.
South Park: The Streaming Wars (2 June): Colorado’s foul-mouthed fourth graders Kyle, Stan, Cartman and Kenny are back in this third feature-length episode from creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone, to face down an existential threat that could destroy South Park’s future.
Jerry & Marge: Go Large (18 June): Bryan Cranston and Annette Benning star in the incredible true story of a small town retired couple who, through the use of basic arithmetic, were able to exploit a loophole in the Massachusetts state lottery to win millions.
Evil (13 June): Supernatural detectives Kristen (Katja Herbers), David (Mike Colter) and Ben (Aasif Mandvi) return for an devilishly unsettling third season, weighing up religion, science and scepticism as they investigate reports of demonic phenomena on behalf of the church.
The Twelve (21 June): Sam Neill, Marta Dusseldorp, Kate Mulvany and Brooke Satchwell star in this captivating new Australian crime series that follows the courtroom drama of a complicated murder trial, as seen from the persective of the jury members.
Father of the Bride (16 June): In this modern-day remake, Andy García plays the titular role, coming to terms with daddy’s girl Sofia (Adria Arjona) growing up and proposing to her fiance, while struggling with his own impending divorce to wife Ingrid (Gloria Estefan).
Muhammad Ali: A Film By Ken Burns (9 June): Award-winning documentarian Ken Burns delves into the life of the inspirational boxing champion, in this critically acclaimed four-part documentary brought to life through archival footage and iconic photographs.
Everything I Know About Love (8 June): From the producers of Bridget Jones’ Diary and Love Actually, the series follows long-time besties and flatmates Birdy (Bel Powley) and Maggie (Emma Appleton), whose friendship begins to falter when Birdy starts dating.
Queer As Folk (10 June): The groundbreaking series is reimagined with an even more diverse cast better representing today’s LGBTQIA+ community. Now set in New Orleans, our characters are brought together when the show’s infamous Babylon nightclub befalls a tragic attack.
Top Gear (6 June): Paddy, Freddie, Chris and The Stig are back for a death-defying new season of test drives and outlandish stunts. From cop car chases to buggy rides through gator swamps and a souped-up RV road trip, there’s plenty to please every rev-head.
Spiderhead (17 June): Chris Hemsworth, Miles Teller and Jurnee Smollett star in this sci-fi thriller set in a high-tech prison, where convicts willingly participate in mind-bending pharmaceutical trials in return for reduced sentences.
The Umbrella Academy (22 June): Season 3 sees our time-travelling superhero siblings return to the present, to find themselves in an alternate timeline up against the Sparrow Academy. Can the two squads work together to prevent the destruction of the universe?
Floor Is Lava (3 June): The classic children’s game takes on athletic new heights, as adult competitors contend with a treacherous obstacle course, a giant slippery volcano and a sea of bright red lava for a chance to win $10,000 and a Floor is Lava-lamp trophy.
Pistol (31 May): The story of punk rock pioneers the Sex Pistols is told in this six-part dramatised miniseries, based on the memoir of the band’s founder and guitarist Steve Jones. Starring Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Maisie Williams, Toby Wallace and Sydney Chandler.
Ms Marvel (8 June): Muslim American high schooler Kamala (Iman Vellani) spends her days playing video games, writing fan-fiction and dreaming about having superpowers like her idol Captain Marvel. That is, until her wildest fantasies actually come true.
Only Murders in the Building (28 June): Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez return for a second season as amateur podcasting detectives, this time investigating the case of their building board president’s murder. The only problem is, they’re being accused of the crime!
The Real Housewives of Dubai (2 June): In this brand new series, six extravagantly glamorous socialites live large in one of the world’s richest cities – as they balance running corporate empires, attending opulent events and stirring up drama within their circle of friends.
The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip: Ex-Wives Club (24 June): Eight fan-favourite Housewives from across the franchise come together for one unforgettably luxe, drama-laced holiday at Dorinda Medley’s sprawling country manor in The Berkshires.
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