Here's What's Streaming on Netflix Canada in June

Here's What's Streaming on Netflix Canada in June
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The sun is shining, birds are chirping and flowers are blooming, but any Canadian knows that nice weather can turn on a dime — so Netflix has us covered with plenty of indoor entertainment to keep us busy throughout the transition to summer.
 
Netflix will be unveiling new seasons of some of its original television shows, including Season 2 of Marcella (June 8), the series finale of Sense8 (June 8), Part 5 of The Ranch (June 15), Season 2 of Luke Cage (June 22), Season 2 of GLOW (June 29) and Season 2 of Nailed It (June 29).
 
Netflix will also debut new shows like game show Busted! (June 1), Champions (June 12), Marlon (June 14), true crime series Unsolved: Tupac and Biggie (June 18) and cannabis cooking show Cooking on High (June 22).
 
The streaming service is releasing a handful of original films too, including Alex Strangelove (June 8), Ali's Wedding (June 8), Set It Up (June 15), Lust Stories (June 15), Maktub (June 15), Sunday's Illness (June 15), Brain on Fire (June 22), To Each, Her Own (Les Goûts et les couleurs) (June 24) and TAU (June 29).
 
There's also new original documentary content, including November 13: Attack on Paris (June 1), The Staircase (June 8) and Recovery Boys (June 29).
 
If stand-up is more your thing, you'll be able to check out new specials Hannah Gadsby: Nanette (June 19) and W. Kamau Bell: Private School Negro (June 26).
 
For the little ones in your life, there's new original kids programming like Treehouse Detectives (June 8), The Hollow (June 8), Season 6 of Voltron: Legendary Defender (June 15) and Harvey Street Kids (June 29).
 
It's not just original content hitting the streaming service, though. Lady Bird  (June 3), Thor: Ragnarok (June 5) and The Shallows (June 11) are all on the way. Blockbuster hit Star Wars: The Last Jedi arrives on June 26, as does the female-fronted Ghostbusters reboot.
 
Of course, to make room for all the new titles, some titles are getting booted out.
 
June 1 is your last chance to catch A Little Chaos, Doctor Dolittle, Fatal Attraction, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Ice Age: Collision Course, Independence Day: Resurgence, Seventh Son and Smokin' Aces.
 
Sherlock: Series 3 and Unlocking Sherlock will leave on June 2; Born on the Fourth of July, Knocked Up, Monty Python's The Meaning of Life, Oz the Great and Powerful and Varsity Blues will leave on June 8; The Great Outdoors will leave on June 9; Miami Vice and Shutter Island will leave on June 15; Captain America: Civil War will leave June 16; True Grit and Uncle Buck will leave June 22; and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button will leave June 29.