Make sure to make time for some great Netflix shows during the weekend. The list of new releases for June 2022 is impressive, with plenty of choices to keep you interested. Check out our recommendations for binge-worthy shows below.
If you look at this week’s Netflix Top 10 TV Shows list, you’ll see several reruns, including Stranger Things, All American, First Kill, Peaky Blinders, Ozark, and The Lincoln Attorney.
Many will be celebrating Father’s Day this weekend and we have a great list of movies to watch while you celebrate. And for fun, check out all the comedy available to stream.
Best New Netflix Shows of June 18, 2022
God’s favorite idiot
The Netflix original God’s favorite idiot is a comedy film directed by and starring Ben Falcone, his wife Melissa McCarthy, and Leslie Bibb and Kevin Dunn.
Falcone portrays Clark, a man who begins to glow after being struck by lightning. His associates, including his girlfriend Amily (McCarthy), believe this is something divine, which is confirmed when an angel appears to him. The angel tells him that he is God’s messenger and must prevent the coming apocalypse.
Starring Falcone and McCarthy, this is sure to be a comedy not to be missed.
Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies, and the Internet
The limited anthology Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies, and the Internet Directed by Brian Knappenberger, Luminant Media and Imagine Documentaries, executive producers are Ron Howard and Brian Grazer.
The docuseries opens up the world of modern misinformation and the digital deception of American households and the resulting consequences, which sometimes end in tragedy. The stories involve an online player participating in “swatting” and entering fake reports that require a SWAT team to be sent to a location. This story ends in tragedy.
Other stories include the story of a woman-turned-spokeswoman for white nationalist hate speech, a sextortion case, an IRS raid, and a 2016 conspiracy surrounding a murdered political operative. These stories show what happens when the reality in the web of misinformation is being distorted.
the spanish drama series, intimacyreleased its first season on Netflix and quickly made the Netflix Top 10 Shows list.
The story follows Malen, the deputy mayor of Bilbao, who has a bright future in politics and whose life is thrown off balance when a sex tape is released for the press. The video shows Malen and a man who is not her husband having sex on a beach, which is widespread and causes a lot of chaos in her personal and professional life. This theme continues in this Other Lives series, questioning the limits of intimacy and what happens when people’s private lives become the subject of public conversation.
Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend
The new cooking series Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend is a reboot of Iron Cook and Iron Cook America. This series sees the return of Alton Brown as co-host with Kristen Kish and Mark Dacascos as The Chairman.
The five new Iron Chefs for the first season of this series are Curtis Stone, Dominique Crenn, Marcus Samuelsson, Ming Tsai and Gabriela Cámara. The Iron Chefs compete against the contestants to cook up a dish centered around a secret ingredient revealed by the Chairman. The challenger with the highest score returns at the end in a cook-off against all Iron Chefs, who become an Iron Legend and receive the Golden Knife if successful.
Dead end: Paranormal Park
A new animated series described as creepy but cute, Dead end: Paranormal Park, is now available on Netflix. This series is based on the horror comedy graphic novels DeadEndia and the web short dead end by Hamish Steele.
The series tells the story of Barney, Norman and the magical talking dog Pugsley who spend the summer working at a haunted house theme park and battling the paranormal forces that are also at work there. They encounter a thousand-year-old demon named Courtney, their guide to the underworld.
Which Netflix shows will you be watching this weekend? Share your choices in the comments!