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Sweet Tooth Netflix
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The best TV shows and movies to stream in June

Here's what's coming to Australian streaming services like Netflix, Stan, Binge and more this month

By Rebecca Russo
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Looking for something to watch at home? We’ve rounded up a few must-watch things coming to Australian streaming providers like Netflix, Stan, Binge, Amazon Prime Video, SBS, Disney+ and more in June. 

Looking for other things to occupy your time? Here's everything you can do at home right now.

Movies and TV shows to watch

Loki Disney+ Tom Hiddleston and Owen Wilson
Loki Disney+ Tom Hiddleston and Owen Wilson
Photograph: Disney+

Loki (Disney+, June 9)

Tom Hiddleston steps out from behind the Avengers’ shadow for his own spin-off show on Disney+. Following the footsteps of other Marvel shows like WandaVision and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki takes place after the events of Avengers: Endgame except in an alternate timeline. Owen Wilson also stars. 

Watch the trailer here.

Oslo HBO
Oslo HBO
Photograph: HBO/Binge

Oslo (Binge, June 17)

An original HBO film based on the Tony Award-winning play, Oslo is a theatrical reimagining of the secret, back-channel negotiations between Israel and the Palestinian Liberation Organisation that lead to the 1990s Oslo Peace Accords. The film stars Ruth Wilson (The Affair) and Andrew Scott (Fleabag, Sherlock).

Watch the trailer here.

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Bronte Campbell Head Above Water Amazon Prime Video
Bronte Campbell Head Above Water Amazon Prime Video
Photograph: Amazon Prime Video/Supplied

Head Above Water (Amazon Prime Video, June 4)

As the 2021 Tokyo Olympics loom, this behind-the-scenes look at elite swimming drops on Amazon Prime Video. Head Above Water is a four-part documentary series that features Ian Thorpe, Bronte Campbell, Kyle Chalmers and former musician Cody Simpson in the lead up to the Olympics. 

Watch the trailer here.

Eden Stan
Eden Stan
Photograph: Stan/Supplied

Eden (Stan, June 11)

New Stan Original drama series Eden comes from producer Vanessa Gazy alongside the creators of Skins. The eight-part series was shot around Byron Bay, following 20-year-old Eden (Sophie Wilde) as she tries to unravel a mystery surrounding her best friend Hedwig (BeBe Bettencourt). 

Watch the trailer here.

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Sweet Tooth
Sweet Tooth
Photo: Netflix

Sweet Tooth (Netflix, June 4)

Sweet Tooth is a post-apocalyptic fairy tale about a half-boy, half-deer that goes on a perilous adventure in search of answers about his origins and the true meaning of home. It’s based on a DC Comic which many call a mix of Mad Max and Bambi. The show was produced by Susan Downey and Robert Downey Jr. 

Watch the trailer here.

A Middle East Feast SBS Food Shane Delia
A Middle East Feast SBS Food Shane Delia
Photograph: SBS Food/Supplied

A Middle East Feast (SBS Food, from June 24)

Maha and Providoor head honcho Shane Delia returns to our screens with a new series that’s highlighting the flavour and complexity of Middle Eastern cuisines. Over ten episodes, Delia will showcase an array of Middle Eastern dishes, with dishes from Turkey, Oman, Israel and Lebanon. 

Watch the trailer here.

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'Tenet', Christopher Nolan
'Tenet', Christopher Nolan
Photograph: Warner Bros.

Tenet (Binge, June 16)

Christopher Nolan’s epic science fiction film Tenet is landing on Binge this month as well. The film, which stars John David Washington and Robert Pattinson, follows a CIA operative as he attempts to stop manipulated weapons from falling into the wrong hands. Will you understand the plot based on one viewing? It’s unlikely – but lucky Binge has a playback option. 

Watch the trailer here.

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