If you’re the kind who need to plot your binge-watching schedules for the month, worry not, because we’re giving you a rundown of the most awaited shows and films launching on Netflix Philippines this June.
This DC Comics Series is set in a post-apocalyptic world and follows a lovable half-human, half-deer boy who ventures outside the forest he called home for years. It’s there that he searches for a new beginning alongside a gruff protector.
The drama stars Christian Convery, will Forte, Nonso Anozie, Adeel Akhtar, and James Brolin.
Sweet & Sour
Sweet & Sour is about a couple who fell in love at first sight. However, as they face real-world challenges and opportunities, they try to endure the highs and lows of making their long-distance relationship work.
This Korean film stars Jang Ki Yong, Chae Soo Bin, and Krystal Jung.
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Trese is an animated series based on a comic book series by Budjette Tan and KaJO Baldisimo. It follows Alexandra Trese, a city detectives who the authorities trust when it comes to cases involving the supernatural. Helping Trese on her cases are her masked gun-wielding protectors — the Kambal Crispin and Basilio.
The Filipino voice cast of the series include Liza Soberano, Simon dela Cruz, Apollo Abraham, Christopher Carlo Caling, Christian Velard, and Eugene Adalia. Meanwhile, Shay Mitchell leads the English voice cast, alongside Darren Criss, Jon Jon Briones, Nicole Scherzinger, Manny Jacinto, Lou Diamond Phillips, and Dante Basco.
Lupin, Season 2
The second season of Lupin follows Assane who scrambles to find Raoul as he is getting pursued by Hubert and his henchmen. He then wins a new unlikely all while creating a grand plan to reveal Hubert’s crimes.
Omar Sy returns for the series’ second season alongside Hervé Pierre, Nicole Garcia, Clotilde Hesme, and more.
Hospital Playlist, Season 2
The second season of Hospital Playlist continues to follow 5 doctors and their extraordinary lives in a hospital “where birth, death, and everything in between coexist.” Returning this season are Jo Jung Suk, Yoo Yeon Seok, Jeon Mi Do, Jung Kyung Ho, and Kim Dae Myung.
Rurouni Kenshin: The Final
Rurouni Kenshin: The Final is the fourth installment in the film adaptation of the beloved anime series of the same name. It follows Himura Kenshin, a swordsman who tries to live a peaceful life with Kaoru, who runs a swordsmanship school in their village. His biggest secrets are threatened to be exposed when a terrifying enemy attacks Tokyo and his favorite restaurant.
This Japanese film stars Takeru Sato, Emi Takei, Yosuke Eguchi, Aoki Munetaka, and more.
Elite, Season 4
The fourth season of the Spanish thriller drama sees a strict principal and four new students arrive at Las Encinas. This brings an onslaught of romantic entanglements, intense rumors, and a new mystery to solve.
Sam, Guzmán, Rebeca, Ander, Omar, and Cayetana will all be returning in the fourth season. Joining them are Andrés Velencoso, Manu Rios, Carla Díaz, Martina Cariddi, Pol Granch, and Diego Martín.
Kevin Hart star in the film Fatherhood as a new father who takes on the job of being a single parent after the sudden death of his wife. It’s based on the 2011 memoir Two Kisses for Maddy: A Memoir of Loss and Love by Matthew Logelin.
Joining Hart in this upcoming title are Alfre Woodard, Lil Rel Howery, DeWanda Wise, Anthony Carrigan, Melody Hurd, and Paul Reiser.
Nevertheless is a K-drama starring Song Kang and Han So Hee. It follows Park Jae Uhn who likes to flirt despite finding dating a waste of time. Things change when he meets Yoo Na Bi, a woman who likes to date but doesn’t believe in love and destiny.
So Not Worth It
This Korean sitcom is all about students from all over the world who come to Korea for different purposes. It portrays these students’ story of love, friendship, and life adventures as they all reside in the university’s international dormitory.
Park Se Wan, Shin Hyeon Seung, GOT7’s Youngjae, ((G)I-DLES)’s Minnie, and Han Hyun Min all star in this drama.