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New to Netflix in June

New to Netflix in June

   

As usual, we’re looking forward to some brand new TV and film coming to Netflix in June. This is what you can expect in the coming month

By Virgin TV Edit

It’s set to be another busy month on Netflix, with new feature films, much-anticipated second seasons, and an important message from Sir David Attenborough.

 

We may slowly be venturing outside again, but that’s not stopping Netflix enticing us back indoors with an array of new stuff ready to stream this June. Hold steady for what to look out for…

 

One Chance

Find it in Apps & Games > Netflix from Tuesday 1 June

In this feel-good biopic, James Corden is Paul Potts, the Carphone Warehouse salesman who found fame on Britain’s Got Talent. Find out more about the man behind that awe-inspiring “Nessun Dorma” performance, which had the BGT audience and judges on their feet and dabbing their eyes.

 

Sweet Tooth

Find it in Apps & Games > Netflix from Friday 4 June

From DC Comics and exec producer Robert Downey Jr comes Sweet Tooth. In this curious fairy tale series, children are mysteriously born as hybrid human-animals, following a global event called The Great Crumble. All eight episodes will be available on Friday 4 June.
 

Breaking Boundaries: The Science Of Our Planet

Find it in Apps & Games > Netflix from Friday 4 June

You can’t overlook an Attenborough-narrated documentary about our planet. In Breaking Boundaries: The Science Of Our Planet, experts examine and discuss the pressure humanity is putting on our limited resources, and outline a grave warning that more needs to be done before the damage becomes irreversible. 
 

Yesterday

Find it in Apps & Games > Netflix from Friday 4 June

What if The Beatles never met and changed the world of pop music forever? What if they did, but there’s only one struggling musician who can remember them? This is the premise for Danny Boyle’s Yesterday, jam-packed with elegantly executed Fab Four covers, the struggles of stardom, and Ed Sheeran playing Ed Sheeran.

 

Awake

Find it in Apps & Games > Netflix from Wednesday 9 June

Following a global catastrophe that wipes out the planet’s electronics, humanity is no longer able to sleep. As mankind descends into madness, anarchy quickly follows, but ex-solider Jill (Gina Rodriguez) may have a solution to a world with insomnia – her daughter.
 

Lupin Part 2 

Find Part 2 in Apps & Games > Netflix from Friday 11 June, Part 1 available now

Assane (Omar Sy) is back for round two in his revenge mission against business magnate, Hubert Pellegrini. If you didn’t catch the first episodes, you can see them on Netflix right now, and find out about the thrilling adventures of gentleman thief Arsène Lupin, which provide the inspiration for Assane throughout.

 

Elvis Presley: The Searcher

Find it in Apps & Games > Netflix from Friday 11 June

In this rockumentary, we get a closer look at The King in his heyday with archive footage and interviews. Discover how the pelvis-thrusting teenager from Mississippi transformed his passion for blues and gospel into the foundations of rock ’n’ roll.
 

How to watch Netflix with Virgin TV

If you have a TiVo® box or Virgin TV V6 box, powered by TiVo®:

 

Press home on your remote

Select Apps & Games

Select All Apps 

Select Netflix

 

If you’re already a Netflix subscriber, you can also access the app through Search & Discover or by pressing Red on channel 204. Just sign in with your existing login and start watching. And you’ll only have to log in the first time you use it. 

 

If you’re new to Netflix, then you’ll need to subscribe to use the app. The easiest way to do this is by going to netflix.com/virginmedia. You can also subscribe using the Netflix app in Apps & Games.

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