We don’t know how, but May is coming to an end and with June comes not only summer, but a lot of news by Netflix. Let’s discover the movies and TV series to mark on the calendar!
13 Reason Why: Bryce Walker’s death is not a distant memory at all and it seems that the fourth and last season of 13 Reason Why will develop entirely around the effects of his death and Monty’s death. At the center of the scene is always Clay (Dylan Minnette) who has to deal with his inner self and the truth he hides and tries in every way to come to the surface.
The fourth season of 13 Reason Why will consist of 10 episodes that will be available from Friday, June 5.
The Last Days of American Crime: If you want some action, the film directed by Olivier Megaton is just what you need. “As a final response to terrorism and crime, the U.S. government plans to broadcast a signal making it impossible for anyone to knowingly commit unlawful acts. Graham Bricke, a career criminal who was never able to hit the big score, teams up with famous gangster progeny Kevin Cash and black market hacker Shelby Dupree, to commit the heist of the century and the last crime in American history before the signal goes off.” This is the official plot released leaves no doubt and we look forward to seeing how it will end.
The Last Days of American Crime will be available from Friday, June 5.
Curon: The Italian village of Curon Venosta proved to be the perfect setting for a new series by Netflix Italia. The main feature of this place, which has made it famous, is the 14th-century bell tower half-submerged by the waters of the lake. The surreal and mysterious scenery lends itself in this case to be the background of a drama with supernatural tones between present and past.
The 7 episodes of Curon will be available from Wednesday, June 10.
Da 5 Bloods: Spike Lee‘s latest work, the film tells the story of four African-American veterans returning to Vietnam. As they search for the remains of their foreman, played by Chadwick Boseman (Black Panther) and a hidden treasure, the heroes fight against man and nature and are confronted with the unhealed wounds of the immoral Vietnam War.
Da 5 Bloods will be available on Netflix from Friday, June 12.
The Politician: Payton Hobart is ready to fight Dede Standish for a seat in the New York State Senate and, as we know, will not give up easily. While he’s busy becoming the politician who also wants to be the characters around him, especially the mother played by Gwyneth Paltrow will find a way to put him in crisis. But destroying Payton’s dream of becoming President of the United States is not so easy.
The second season of The Politician will be available from Friday, June 19.
Dark: The final cycle is about to begin. Will the loop finally be broken? That’s the dilemma that grips us since the end of the second season of Dark and the time to find out how to close the loop is almost here. We’ll probably need to go over it again to clear our heads and remember exactly where one of the platform’s most successful TV series left us.
The third and final season of Dark will be available from Saturday, June 27.