‘Outlander,’ ‘The Bear’ & More Must-Stream Titles to Watch in June 2023

When it comes to beating the heat this summer, TV binges are a great option and June 2023 is shaping up to be a solid month of programming options with plenty of new titles and familiar favorites to satisfy a variety of tastes.

From Outlander and The Bear to Secret Invasion and The Crowded Room, there’s something for everyone. Below, we’ve curated a list of the Top 25 shows, films, and more that should be on your radar this summer. Scroll down to learn more.

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1. Avatar (Disney+)

Enter the ethereal world of Pandora and meet the Na’vi in James Cameron’s 2009 hit, starring Sam Worthington and Sigourney WeaverStreaming now

2. High Desert (Apple TV+)

Patricia Arquette (above, with Bernadette Peters) leads this dark comedy as Peggy, a recovering addict and optimistic hustler who becomes a private investigator following her mother’s death. Streaming now

3. Nightmare Alley (Max)

Guillermo del Toro brings his visionary storytelling to this neo-noir psychological thriller starring Rooney Mara and Bradley Cooper as a circus performer and a charismatic grifter who get tangled in the fantastical world of a 1940s traveling sideshow. Streaming now

4. Outlander (Starz)

Time-traveling lovers Jamie and Claire (Sam Heughan and Caitríona Balfe, above, with Sophie Skelton and Richard Rankin) face a new threat. Season 7 Premiere, Friday, June 16

5. Air (Prime Video)

Matt Damon stars as recruiting expert Sonny Vaccaro in this origin story of Nike’s Air Jordan label. Streaming now

6. Physical (Apple TV+)

Rose Byrne (with Murray Bartlett) is a San Diego mom trying to build an aerobics franchise. Streaming now

7. Dexter: New Blood (Showtime)

A limited series continuation of the crime fan favorite finds serial killer Dexter Morgan (Michael C. Hall) in hiding, murderous urges suppressed…for now. Streaming now

8. 80 for Brady (Paramount+)

Rita Moreno, Jane FondaSally Field, and Lily Tomlin take the word dedication to a new level in this film based on a true story. The legendary actresses play best friends and superfans who travel to see Patriots QB Tom Brady in the 2017 Super Bowl. Streaming now

9. My Octopus Teacher (Netflix)

This Oscar-winning documentary follows a year in the life of filmmaker Craig Foster as he cultivates a relationship with a wild octopus in a South African kelp forest. Streaming now

10. A Road Less Travelled (Viaplay)

In this three-episode docuseries, renowned Norwegian actress, director, scriptwriter and activist Liv Ullmann receives her honorary Oscar as well as accolades from some close collaborators, including Cate Blanchett and Jessica ChastainPremieres Thursday, June 22

11. MPower (Disney+)

Zoë Saldaña’s Gamora is one of the many Marvel Cinematic Universe characters spotlighted in this series about the rise of female superheroes. Streaming now

12. A Beautiful Life (Netflix)

A golden-voiced fisherman (Danish singer Christopher, with Inga Ibsdotter Lilleaas) finds love. Premieres Thursday, June 1

13. Wildflower (Hulu)

As the daughter of intellectually disabled parents, Kiernan Shipka’s Bea Johnson shows her strength in this family drama based on a true story. Premieres Friday, June 23

14. The Other Two (Max)

A pair of millennial siblings attempting to find their place within a famous family? That’s showbiz! Streaming now

(L-R): Ganush (Amalia Vitale), Rool (Kevin Pollak) and Willow Ufgood (Warwick Davis) in Lucasfilm’s WILLOW exclusively on Disney+. ©2022 Lucasfilm Ltd. & TM. All Rights Reserved.

15. Willow (Disney+)

Unlikely heroes and a dangerous quest! Streaming now

16. The Crowded Room (Apple TV+)

Tom Holland trades his Spider-Man suit for prison stripes as Danny Sullivan, a man arrested for his involvement in a 1979 New York City shooting. Emmy Rossum and Amanda Seyfried costar. Premieres Friday, June 9

17. The Bear (Hulu)

A restaurant opening for Chicago chef Carmy Berzatto (Jeremy Allen White)!

18. Manifest (Netflix)

It’s the end of the runway for the survivors of Flight 828 as the supernatural drama series comes to a close. Returns Friday, June 2

19. MerPeople (Netflix)

Take a deep dive and learn about the dazzling life of undersea performers. Streaming now

20. The People We Hate at the Wedding (Prime Video)

Family tensions run high in this comedy when Alice (Kristen Bell) is invited to the U.K. wedding of her estranged half sister. Streaming now

21. Queer Eye (Netflix)

The Fab Five just keep getting more fabulous, and for their new season, they’re bringing their fashion and sass to the city of New Orleans. Streaming now

22. America’s Got Talent (NBC)

More death-defying stunt teams, opera singers and comedians are on the way in Season 18! Returns, Tuesday, May 30

23. Secret Invasion (Disney+)

Samuel L. Jackson’s shadowy Nick Fury finally gets a chance to shine in this espionage series, also starring Cobie SmuldersPremieres Wednesday, June 21

24. Ciao House (Max)

The Big Brother–style competition, hosted and judged by Food Network’s Alex Guarnaschelli and chef Gabriele Bertaccini, sends 10 American chefs to Italy to cohabitate and cook. Ciao Bella!

25. Tribunal Justice (Amazon Freevee)

Three times the order! Judges Tanya AckerPatricia DiMango, and Adam Levy  bang the gavel in a new court program created and executive produced by the great Judge Judy Sheindlin (who’s also Levy’s mom). Premieres Friday, June 9

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