By Carlyn Soo

GRAZIA Guide: What’s New On Netflix In June 

From the continuation of Bridgerton season 3 to an action romcom staring Glen Powell, here's what to stream in June 2024

As June rolls around and summer vacation begins, there’s no better way to unwind than by spending lazy days in bed, binge-watching your favourite shows. Below, we’ve curated a selection of Netflix titles you won’t want to miss. Whether you’re a fan of laugh-out-loud comedies, swoon-worthy romances or action-packed dramas, the streaming service has something special in store for everyone in the upcoming month.

Bridgerton Season 3 Part 2

The first half of Bridgerton season three certainly left us hanging on a major cliff with those final words: ‘For God’s sake, Penelope Featherington. Are you going to marry me or not?’ Thankfully, we won’t have to wait much longer for Penelope’s answer as the season will officially conclude on 13 June. If you haven’t been keeping up with the series, season three unravels the love story between Colin Bridgerton and Penelope Fearington. After Colin expresses no romantic interest in Penelope, she decides to let go of her feelings and seeks a husband. However, as they spend more time together, their bond deepens, blurring the lines between friendship and romance. Now that the marriage proposal is settled, things appear to be smooth sailing for Colin and Penelope. However, there’s still one hurdle that Polin has to cross before they get their happily ever after: Penelope’s hidden identity as Lady Whistleton. 

Catch it on Netflix on 13 June 2024.


Following the success of Anyone But You (2023), Glen Powell makes a comeback to the romantic comedy genre with Hitman(2023). In this romantic action film, a professor goes undercover as a hitman with the goal of arresting those who enlist in his services. The plot thickens when he starts catching feelings for his client, a battered woman who wants to hire him to kill her husband. As outlandish as the plot sounds, the film is actually inspired by a true story. Powell’s character is modelled after Gary Johnson, a fake contract killer for the police in the mid 1970s. 

Catch it on Netflix on 7 June 2024.

A Family Affair

Being the personal assistant of a narcissistic movie star is already a challenge on its own. Things take a turn for the worse when you find out he’s secretly dating your mom. That’s the sticky situation Anna finds herself in A Family Affair. On the surface, the film appears to be a light romantic comedy starring Zac Efron, Nicole Kidman and Joey King. But at its core, it’s a coming-of-age story focusing on three different characters at different stages of their lives as they grapple with the complications of love, sex and identity. Kidman’s character experiences what journalist Gail Sheehy calls ‘second adulthood’, a point in life where all societal expectations are fulfilled, prompting a rediscovery of self. 

Catch it on Netflix on 28 June 2024.


The teaser of Hierarchy opens with a bone-chilling confession: ‘I killed someone’, setting the scene for a drama packed with mystery and scandal. Set against the backdrop of an elite high school, the show has been dubbed the Korean version of Gossip Girl. Following news of the mysterious death of a student, a scholarship student with a vendetta transfers into Jooshin High School. Fuelled by vengeance, he seeks to unravel the truth and disrupt the status quo established by the rulers of the school. This upcoming romantic thriller is a must-watch for fans of Sky Castle (2018), Penthouse (2020) and Revenge Of Others (2022). 

Catch it on Netflix on 7 June 2024.

Black Barbie

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In a world dominated by dolls with fair skin, blonde hair and blue eyes, how did Black Barbie dolls come about? This Netflix documentary sheds light on the remarkable contributions of three Black women who led the change towards a more inclusive and diverse future at Mattel. Beulah Mae Mitchell, Kitty Black Perkins and Stacey McBride Irby were the women who played a pivotal role in the debut of the Black Barbie in 1980. Through a series of interviews and retellings, the documentary examines the importance of representation in children’s toys and its impact on identity formation. 

Catch it on Netflix on 19 June 2024.

Agents Of Mystery 

From the producer behind hits like The Devil’s Plan (2023), The Great Escape (2012), and High School Mystery Club (2021) comes an exciting new unscripted reality TV series that promises to keep you on the edge of your seat with its paranormal mysteries. In Agents Of Mystery, an investigative team has to depend on their intellect and teamwork to solve a series of mind-bending brain games and puzzles. The cast includes comedian Lee Yong-Jin, singer John Park, actress Lee Hye-Ri, comedian Lee Eun-Ji, actor Kim Do-Hoon and K-pop idol Karina

Catch it on Netflix on 18 June 2024.


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