Attention binge-watchers — here's what's new on Netflix in June 2017!
Traditionally, summer is the time when temperatures rise and people head outdoors, but sometimes, we just want to sit on the couch and start streaming our favorite shows. After all, Netflix adds a plethora of new content to their catalog every month.
MORE: Ariana Grande Performs Duets With Boyfriend Mac Miller, Bestie Miley Cyrus, and More at One Love Manchester
Whether you're counting down the days until the new season of Orange Is the New Black or just looking for a great movie to watch, scroll down for a look at this month's top picks!
(Photo Credit: Netflix)
The highly-anticipated fifth season of the hit Netflix original premieres this week — and the women of Litchfield are back in full force. The new season will pick up right where the Season 4 finale left off, with the prisoners rioting after Poussey's death and Daya pointing a gun at one of the guards. All of the episodes will take place over the course of three days, so prepare to be on the edge of your seat.
MORE: You're Going to Thank Us for This 2017 Summer Movie Guide
(Photo Credit: Disney)
The 2016 Disney flick is also hitting the streaming service this month. What better way to escape the heat than by watching a story that primarily takes place in the ocean?
One of the streaming services newest original additions is GLOW, which follows the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, a 1980s women's professional wrestling promotion. Season 1 premieres this month, and will consist of 10 episodes.
MORE: Michael Jackson Impersonator Navi Brings the King of Pop Back in Lifetime Biopic
(Photo Credit: Columbia Pictures)
The adorable 2004 romantic-comedy starring Jennifer Garner as a 13-year-old who wakes up one day as a 30-year-old is back. If you're in need of a good laugh, we definitely recommend this quotable film. Just make sure to stand up and re-enact the entire "Thriller" dance scene because it's too good to pass up.
The new Netflix drama starring Naomi Watts is about a therapist who "begins to develop dangerous and intimate relationships with the people in her patients' lives." The mind-bending psychological thriller shows what happens when one therapist crosses the line between helping her patients to possibly hurting them.
Hit the couch and grab the popcorn because a night full of Netflix bingeing awaits!
Chloë Grace Moretz Condemns New Movie's Body-Shaming Ads After Severe Backlash
Stream the 'Dirty Dancing' Soundtrack Long After the ABC Remake Has Aired!
We're Only Watching 'Pirates of the Caribbean 5' for Young Jack Sparrow Actor Anthony De La Torre!
Your life just got exponentially better and more stylish now you've signed up for our newsletter. Fabulousness awaits!