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What's streaming in Canada for June

What to watch on Netflix, Apple TV+, Prime and Disney+ this month.
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What to watch on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+ and other streaming services this month.

Here are the buzziest and most binge-able TV shows and movies streaming in Canada this month. 

Where can I stream The Boys in Canada?

The Boys is a comic series that explorers the violent and destructive world of a group of caped crusaders who are controlled by a giant corporation and wreak havoc on society without any repercussions. The Boys is a vigilante group intent on bringing down the Seven (an elite group of "supes") in a seasons-long battle of power and revenge. Filmed in Toronto, the series is available on Amazon Prime

Where can I stream Peaky Blinders in Canada?

Season six is the final one for Peaky Blinders and will wrap up the story of complex anti-hero Thomas Shelby, a war vet turned street gangster turned politician in 1920s/1930s-era England. Focusing on the Shelby family's various criminal enterprises, this British series has earned accolades for star Cillian Murphy and there is talk of continuing the story with a film. Stream Peaky Blinders on Netflix

Where can I stream the Jennifer Lopez documentary Halftime in Canada?

Jennifer Lopez is one of the most famous women in the world and this new documentary takes us behind the scenes into her work as she prepares for an epic Super Bowl halftime show. There's stress, drama, deadlines and a lot of choreography, plus an appearance by Ben Affleck. Stream Halftime on Netflix

Where can I watch Ms. Marvel in Canada?

Unlike most streaming platforms, Disney+ is releasing weekly episodes of Ms. Marvel (rather than the entire season). Audiences are loving the first few episodes and Pakistani-Canadian star Iman Vellani is earning rave reviews for her work. Stream Ms. Marvel on Disney+

What's streaming on Amazon Prime?

The Lake: Premiering June 17, this Canadian series centres around a man who heads back to his family cottage hoping to connect with a daughter he gave up for adoption in his teens. Stars Julia Stiles, Jordan Gavaris and Madison Shamoun.

Oscar-nominated films being added include: The Wolf of Wall Street, Mother!, White Men Can't Jump, Philadelphia, Rosemary's Baby, Black Swan and Call Me By Your Name. There's also movies that we love to re-watch on a lazy Sunday like the entire Twilight saga, Top Gun and Half Baked. 

Amazon Prime memberships include streaming and music (and there are student subscriptions with a six-month free trial). 

What's streaming on Apple TV+

Cha Cha Real Smooth: This romantic dramedy starring Dakota Johnson doesn't have a lot of available details, but it premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and has a 91% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes. 

Loot: Maya Rudolph stars as the wife of a billionaire who, after a public betrayal and meltdown, has to start over (with a hefty divorce settlement). 

Physical (season two): This dark half-hour comedy set in the 1980s stars Rose Bryne as a disaffected housewife turned aerobics influencer. 

What's streaming on Netflix in June

God's Favourite Idiot: Starring real-life husband-and-wife duo and frequent collaborators Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone, this workplace comedy is about a call centre employee (Falcone) who is managing a workplace crush and being a messenger of God. 

Hustle: Most of Adam Sandler's made-for-Netflix movies are family comedies but Hustle is where he once again takes on a dramatic role (like Uncut Gems), playing a basketball scout who finds a rare talent in Spain. For basketball fans, there are plenty of cameos from NBA stars and it was produced by LeBron James. 

Spiderhead: This dystopian sci-fi story about experiment on prisoners stars Chris Hemsworth, Miles Teller and Jurnee Smollet.

Comedy specials include: Pete Davidson Presents: The Best Friends, Joel Kim Booster: Psychosexual, Jane & Lily: Ladies Night Live, Stand Out: An LGBTQ+ Celebration and That's My Time with David Letterman. 

What's streaming on Disney+ in Canada

Obi-Wan Kenobi: Another month, another Star Wars show about a Jedi master (Ewan McGregor) and the force, etc. 

Fire Island: This Jane Austen-influenced romcom stars Bowen Yang and Joel Kim Booster (both are hilarious) as two best friends determined to have the most best summer of their lives with a gaggle of friends (including the iconic Margaret Cho).

Atlanta and Only Murders in the Building also have new episodes premiering this month. 

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