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If you’re stuck at home like a lot of the nation, don’t worry, there’s plenty of good stuff coming to streaming in June.
On Amazon Prime Video some of the highlights include Alex Rider, a new TV thriller centred around the iconic teenage spy created by Anthony Horowitz, the highly-anticipated Hindi film Gulabo Sitabo starring Amitabh Bachchan and Ayushmann Khurrana, and El Presidente an eight-part dramedy series that brings the story of the 2015 “FIFA Gate” corruption scandal to life.
The Expendables 1 - 3 – 29 May
Ponmagal Vandhal – 29 May
The Vast of Night – 29 May
Sherlock Holmes – 30 May
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows – 30 May
The Shining – 2 June
Dating Amber - 4 June
Game Night – 10 June
Rampage – 10 June
Hairspray – 10 June
Gulabo Sitabo – 12 June
The Departed – 12 June
Back to The Future, Back to The Future Part II, Back to The Future Part III – 14 June
Shaun The Sheep Movie: Farmageddon – 18 June
7500 – 19 June
Penguin – 19 June
Legally Blond – 21 June
Dumb and Dumber – 22 June
Law – 26 June
Silence of The Lambs – 30 June
The Truman Show – 30 June
Binge watch launches
Alex Rider – 4 June
El Presidente – 5 June
This is Us S4 – 5 June
Living Abroad – 5 June
Hanna – 3 July
Gina Brillon: The Floor is Lava – 5 June
Regular Heroes – new episodes available every Friday
LOL: Last One Laughing Australia.
Hosted by Rebel Wilson (Pitch Perfect), the six-episode comedic series launches on 18 June in the UK, with a weekly roll out culminating with its finale on 2 July.
Prime Video channels
Veronica Mars (Season 4, Complete) – STARZPLAY – now available
Keeping Up With The Kardashians (Season 18, Weekly, Fridays) – hayu – now available
The Real Housewives of New York City (Season 12, Weekly, Fridays) – hayu – now available
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (Season 10, Weekly, Thursdays) – hayu – now available