Netflix announces June arrivals: ‘Orange is the New Black,’ ‘Moana,’ ‘Okja’ and more [WATCH]

Netflix regularly introduces new content to its online streaming library, from original programming to popular films and TV shows that previously aired on other platforms, and it looks like June will be a busy month for the online distributor. They have announced their schedule for next month: watch above, or check out the list below.

Among the top June premieres will be “Orange is the New Black” on June 9. It was one of Netflix’s pioneering original series when it debuted in 2013, and now it’s going into its fifth season as one of literally dozens of original programs aired by the company. And its coming off of its third straight victory for Best TV Comedy Ensemble at the SAG Awards.

In June alone “OITNB” will be joined by a number of other Netflix exclusive series, including “Gypsy” (June 30) starring Oscar nominee Naomi Watts as a therapist who becomes dangerously involved in her patients’ lives. We’ll also be treated to the debut of “Glow,” a fictionalized account of the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling circuit starring Alison Brie (“Community”) and Betty Gilpin (“American Gods”), and created by Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch (“Nurse Jackie”).

Original films debuting on Netflix include “Nobody Speak” (June 23) a documentary by Brian Knappenberger (“We Are Legion,” “The Internet’s Own Boy”) about the legal battle between Hulk Hogan and the website Gawker and the case’s larger implications for the American free press. And of course we’ll also get the highly anticipated film “Okja” (June 28) from director Bong Joon-ho, which has met with controversy at the Cannes Film Festival over whether streaming films should be allowed to compete.

Or if you’d like to stream something more familiar, you can revisit the Oscar nominated animated films “Trolls” (June 7) and “Moana” (June 20), or binge the most recent seasons of “Arrow” (June 1), “Quantico” (June 14) and “Scandal” (June 17). Check out more of Netflix’s June arrivals below.

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June 1
“The 100” (Season 4)
“Arrow” (Season 5)

June 2
“Flaked” (Season 2)
“Inspector Gadget” (Season 3)

June 7

June 9
“Orange is the New Black” (Season 5)
“Shimmer Lake”

June 13
“Oh, Hello on Broadway”

June 14
“Quantico” (Season 2)

June 15
“Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” (Season 4)

June 16
“Aquarius” (Season 2)
“El Chapo” (Season 1)
“The Ranch” (Part 3)

June 17
“Grey’s Anatomy” (Season 13)
“Scandal” (Season 6)

June 18
“Shooter” (Season 1)

June 20

June 21
“Young and Hungry” (Season 5)

June 23
“Free Rein” (Season 1)
“Glow” (Season 1)
“Nobody Speak: Trials of the Free Press”
“You Get Me”

June 27
“Chris D’Elia: Man on Fire”

June 28

June 30
“Gypsy” (Season 1)

Every Friday
“Chelsea” (Season 2)

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