The Fab Five head to historic Philadelphia to make over a new cast of everyday heroes, from a hardworking DJ to a struggling dog groomer in Season 5 of “Queer Eye” on Netfix. Here’s some of what else is streaming in June.

“Meet The Fockers”: In this sequel to the 2000 hit “Meet the Parents,” newly engaged Greg and Pam join Pam’s strait-laced family on an RV trip to Miami to meet Greg’s eccentric parents. (Starz)

“Crazy Delicious”: Using ingredients from a magical edible forest, amateur chefs must prepare inventive and delicious creations to impress three mighty food judges. (Netflix)

“Boogie Nights”: A well-endowed busboy is taken in by a tight-knit group of 1970s porn actors and transforms himself into Dirk Diggler in this acclaimed film. (Showtime)

‘We Are Freestyle Love Supreme”: Well before the world knew of the Tony award-winning Broadway musicals “Hamilton” and “In The Heights,” Lin-Manuel Miranda was in an improvisational hip-hop group called Freestyle Love Supreme. Filmmaker Andrew Fried began chronicling the group in the summer of 2005, documenting the early days of Freestyle Love Supreme beatboxing and rapping on the sidewalk –unaware of how their stories would unfold. Fourteen years later, Fried captures them reuniting for a series of shows in New York City that led to a triumphant run on Broadway. (Hulu)

“Search Party” Season 3: This comedy thriller focuses on a group of privileged, self-absorbed twenty-somethings whose search for a long-lost missing friend leads them down a dark and shocking path of no return. (HBO Max)

“The Last Days Of American Crime”: As a final response to terrorism and crime, the US government plans to broadcast a signal making it impossible for anyone to knowingly commit unlawful acts. Graham Bricke (Édgar Ramírez), a career criminal who was never able to hit the big score, teams up with famous gangster progeny Kevin Cash (Michael Pitt), and black market hacker Shelby Dupree (Anna Brewster), to commit the heist of the century and the last crime in American history before the signal goes off. (Netflix)

“Casino”: Robert De Niro reunited with his “Goodfellas” director Martin Scorsese in this 1995 film in which De Niro plays a gambling expert who gets in over his head with the mob. (Hulu, Showtime)

“Line of Duty”: This just-earned 2020 Edgar Award winner for best teleplay is a cat-and-mouse thriller that takes a probing look into modern police corruption. (Acorn TV)

“Dirty Dancing”: You’ll have the time of your life with this romantic musical drama starring Patrick Swayze as a dance instructor at a Catskills resort and Jennifer Grey as his student. (Hulu)

“13 Reasons Why” Season 4: In the powerful final season, Liberty High School’s Senior Class prepares for graduation. But before they can say goodbye, the crew of friends will have to band together one last time to keep a dangerous secret buried, try to make peace with the past four years, and face final, heartbreaking choices that might alter their lives forever. (Netflix)

“Doom Patrol” Season 2: DC’s strangest group of heroes — Cliff Steele aka Robotman (Brendan Fraser), Larry Trainor aka Negative Man (Matt Bomer), Rita Farr aka Elasti-Woman (April Bowlby), Jane aka Crazy Jane (Diane Guerrero), and Victor Stone aka Cyborg (Joivan Wade) — are back again to save the world. That is, if they can find a way to grow up…both figuratively and literally. (HBO Max)

“Crossing Swords”: From the folks behind “Robot Chicken,” this animated adult series revolves around a good-hearted peasant who lands a coveted squire position at the royal castle. However, his dream job quickly turns into a nightmare when he learns his beloved kingdom is run by a hornets’ nest of horny monarchs, crooks and charlatans. (Hulu)

“Spelling the Dream”: An Indian-American competitor has won the prestigious Scripps National Spelling Bee for the past 12 years straight, making the trend one of the longest in sports history. This documentary chronicles the ups and downs of four Indian-American students as they compete to realize their dream of winning the iconic tournament. (Netflix)

“Tyler Perry’s The Haves and the Have Nots” Season 7: In Savannah, Ga., the Cryer family is the enviable face of success and wealth. At least that’s how it appears from the outside. But within the walls of the family’s opulent mansion, dysfunction and double lives threaten to destroy their world of privilege. (Hulu)

“Mike Tyson Mysteries” Seasons 1-3: This adult animated series follows the mystery solving adventures of boxer/actor Mike Tyson. (Hulu)

“The Politician” Season 2: Double crosses, a three-way relationship and a single-issue candidate add up to a mud-slinging race for State Senate that Payton will do anything to win. (Netflix)

“Gigli”: Then couple Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck worked together on this 2003 film about a low level mobster whose world is turned upside down when he is forced to work with a beautiful woman. (Hulu)

“Esme & Roy”: Esme and Roy are best friends — and the best monstersitters in Monsterdale! The animated series from the makers of “Sesame Street” will bring little viewers into a colorful world where even the littlest monsters can overcome big challenges together. (HBO Max)

“The Chi” Season 3: Produced entirely in its namesake city, this season of the series finds a maturing Emmett (Jacob Latimore) trying to alter the way his mother (Yolonda Ross) sees him, going from unmotivated teen to full-fledged businessman. But his mother, Jada, has her sights set on her own next chapter. (Hulu, Showtime)

“That’s My Boy”: A man who owes taxes looks to the son he fathered as a young teen to help him in this comedy. (Hulu)

“7500”: It looks like a routine day at work for Tobias (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), a soft-spoken young American co-pilot on a flight from Berlin to Paris as he runs through the preflight checklist with Michael, the pilot, and chats with Gökce, his flight-attendant girlfriend. But all hell breaks loose shortly after takeoff when terrorists armed with makeshift knives suddenly storm the cockpit, seriously wounding Michael and slashing Tobias’ arm. (Amazon Prime)

“101 Dalmatians: The Series”: The Gubaney family and Amber take get to work on a “101 Dalmatians”-inspired project. (Disney +)

“Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief”: Things are electrified when a teen discovers he’s the descendant of a Greek god and gets caught up in a battle between the deities. (Disney +)

“Into the Unknown: Making Frozen 2”: With the clock ticking and less than a year until the world premiere of “Frozen 2,” the filmmakers, artists, songwriters and cast open their doors to cameras for a six-part documentary series to reveal the hard work, heart and collaboration it takes to create one of the most highly-anticipated films. (Disney +)

“Fuller House: The Farewell Season”: Jimmy and Steph bring their new baby home and dive headfirst into the world of parenting. But no worries: They’ve got a houseful of hands to help in this final season of the “Full House” sequel series. (Netflix)

“Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj” Volume 6: The Peabody and Emmy Award-winning weekly comedy show explores the modern cultural and political landscape with depth and sincerity. Each week, Minhaj brings his unique comedic voice and storytelling skill to investigate the larger trends shaping our fragmented world. (Netflix)

“Lenox Hill”: An intimate look at the lives of four doctors as they navigate the highs and lows of working at the renowned Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. With extraordinary access and an unflinching eye, the series shows each physician’s struggle to balance their personal and professional lives, and delves into each patient’s personal journey. (Netflix)

“Karma”: Sixteen contestants, ranging in age from 12 to 15, go completely off the grid, away from parents and the normal comforts of home, to solve puzzles and overcome physical challenges, with the laws of karma setting the rules. This adventure competition series, led by YouTube host Michelle Khare, will test the mental and physical stamina of its young contestants as they unravel how their social actions impact their success in the game. (HBO Max)

“Reality Z”: A zombie apocalypse imprisons contestants on a Brazilian reality show in a TV studio, where they try to evade the flesh-eating hordes. (Netflix)

“Pose” Season 2: The FX series set in the LGBTQ world of the late 1980s underground ballroom scene has become a fan favorite. (Netflix)

“Jo Koy: In His Elements”: For the first time ever, comedian Jo Koy takes his audience to the Philippines in this new comedy special that highlights the culture of Manila. (Netflix)

“Frost/Nixon”: A series of revelatory television interviews between British talk show host David Frost and former President Richard Nixon for this drama. (Netflix)

“Girls from Ipanema” Season 2: As Malu and the ladies move on from their recent tragedy, they take on career challenges, new love possibilities and confront injustices with bravery. (Netflix)

“Adventure Time: Distant Lands”: Based on the animated series “Adventure Time,” created by Pendleton Ward and executive produced by Adam Muto, these four breakout specials explore the unseen corners of the world with characters both familiar and brand new. (HBO Max)

“Taste the Nation”: Award winning cookbook author, host and executive producer Padma Lakshmi takes audiences on a journey across America, exploring the rich and diverse food culture of various immigrant groups, seeking out the people who have so heavily shaped what American food is today. (Hulu)

“A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood”: Tom Hanks stars as Fred Rogers, a man who forever changed the landscape of children’s television with his show, “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.” (Starz)

“Spider-Man: Far From Home”: There is no rest for one of the world’s favorite superheroes. In this action-packed film, Spider-man must take on the forces that have changed the world. (Starz)

“Code of a Killer”: This three-part British miniseries “combines gripping drama with the remarkable history of DNA fingerprinting.” David Threlfall (“Shameless”) stars as DCS David Baker and John Simm (“Doctor Who”) portrays Dr Alec Jeffreys, a scientist who invents a technique to extract individual’s unique DNA. Working together, the two men investigate the brutal murder of two schoolgirls. (Acorn TV)

“Terms of Endearment”: Shirley MacLaine, Debra Winger and Jack Nicholson star in this big screen drama about a mother and daughter who share a complicated relationship. (Showtime)

“Ghost”: Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze star as a couple whose love goes beyond the grave in this beloved, romantic film. (Showtime)

source: cnn.com

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