Everything Coming To Netflix Australia This June - Men's Health Magazine Australia

Everything Coming To Netflix Australia This June

It’s that time of the year where the outdoors is about as inviting as a flight seated at the back of economy with the bathroom behind you. Thankfully, Netflix is here to provide the entertainment to get you through winter.

Winter is officially here and there’s nothing you can do about it. The leaves have turned and where outings used to at least hold the promise of taking the long route so as to step on the crunchy-looking leaves, they’ve now all turned to mush, coating the footpaths with a slippery sheen of vegetation that will see you injure yourself if you’re not discerning with your footing. 

Naturally, this is the time of year where outdoor ventures are kept to a minimum. Unless you’re Eliud Kipchoge having to train for a marathon, why go outdoors at all? There’s indoor gyms to save you from the lashing of frosty winds and rain, and for everything else there’s an app for that…or at least we’re pretty sure there’s an app for that. This is the time of year where it’s totally permissible to sink into the upholstery, bundle up beneath blankets, wear your favourite stained crewneck and sweatpants like a uniform, and simply dive into the latest binge-watching crazes. Thankfully, Netflix is here to keep you entertained through it all. 

This month, the streaming giant is delivering on all fronts as far as entertainment goes. Spiderhead lands on the service on June 17, starring Chris Hemsworth alongside Miles Teller in this genre-bending psychological and darkly funny thriller based on The New Yorker short story, ‘Escape from Spiderhead’ by George Saunders. It follows a scientist who performs experiments on inmates in exchange for commuted sentences. 

And not to be outdone by her husband, Elsa Pataky also stars in Interceptor, landing on the platform on June 3. Pataky plays the last officer standing on a remote missile defence base where she battles for her life against a coordinated terrorist attack. Directed by Australian author Matthew Reilly who co-wrote the film alongside Stuart Beattie and is set to make his directorial debut, Aussie audiences will be chuffed to know it was filmed in Sydney with Hemsworth even serving as executive producer. 

There’s plenty to keep everyone entertained this June and to help keep the guesswork out of what to watch, we’ve rounded up everything set to land on Netflix Australia. Now all that’s left to do is hit play and get the popcorn ready. 

Everything Coming To Netflix Australia June 2022 


Borgen – Power & Glory (02/06/2022)

As the Crow Flies (03/06/2022)

The Perfect Mother (03/06/2022)

Two Summers (03/06/2022)

Floor Is Lava: Season 2 (03/06/2022)

Baby Fever (08/06/2022)

Rhythm + Flow France (Weekly episodes from 09/06/2022)

Episodes 1-4 (09/06/2022)

Episodes  5-7 (16/06/2022)

Episode 8 (23/06/2022) 

First Kill (10/06/2022)

Peaky Blinders: Season 6 (10/06/2022)

Intimacy (10/06/2022)

Maldivas (15/06/2022)

Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend (15/06/2022)

God’s Favorite Idiot (15/06/2022)

Love & Anarchy: Season 2 (16/06/2022)

The War Next-door: Season 2 (17/06/2022)

She: Season 2 (17/06/2022)

You Don’t Know Me (17/06/2022)

Alchemy of Souls (18/06/2022)

Snowflake Mountain (22/06/2022)

The Umbrella Academy: Season 3 (22/06/2022)

First Class (23/06/2022)

Queen (23/06/2022)

Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area (24/06/2022)

Man Vs Bee (24/06/2022)

Cafe Minamdang (27/06/2022)

Extraordinary Attorney Woo (29/06/2022)

Pirate Gold of Adak Island (29/06/2022)

The Upshaws: Season 2 Part 1 (29/06/2022)


Interceptor (03/06/2022)

Hustle (08/06/2022)

Trees of Peace (10/06/2022)

Chickenhare and the Hamster of Darkness (10/06/2022)

Heart Parade (15/06/2022)

The Wrath of God (15/06/2022)

Centauro (15/06/2022)

Collision (16/06/2022)

Spiderhead (17/06/2022)

Doom Of Love (20/06/2022)

Love & Gelato (22/06/2022)

The Man from Toronto (24/06/2022)

Glamour Girls (24/06/2022)

Blasted (28/06/2022)

Silverstar (29/06/2022)

Beauty (29/06/2022)


Yuri Marçal: Honest Mistake (02/06/2022)

Bill Burr Presents: Friends Who Kill (06/06/2022)

That’s My Time with David Letterman (07/06/2022)

Stand Out: An LGBTQ+ Celebration (09/06/2022)

Dirty Daddy: The Bob Saget Tribute (10/06/2022)

Amy Schumer’s Parental Advisory (11/06/2022)

Pete Davidson Presents: The Best Friends (13/06/2022)

Jane Fonda & Lily Tomlin: Ladies Night Live (14/06/2022)

Snoop Dogg’s F*cn Around Comedy Special (16/06/2022)

Joel Kim Booster: Psychosexual (21/06/2022)

Bruna Louise: Demolition (22/06/2022)

Best of the Fest (23/06/2022)

Cristela Alonzo: Middle Classy (28/06/2022)


Mr. Good: Cop or Crook? (03/06/2022)

Gladbeck: The Hostage Crisis (08/06/2022)

Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey (08/06/2022)

Halftime (14/06/2022)

Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies and the Internet (15/06/2022)

Sing, Dance, Act: Kabuki featuring Toma Ikuta (16/05/2022)

The Martha Mitchell Effect (17/06/2022)

Civil (19/06/2022)

The Future Of (21/06/2022)

The Hidden Lives of Pets (22/06/2022)


The Great Gatsby (01/06/2022)

Inception (01/06/2022)

Horrible Bosses (01/06/2022)

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