New on Netflix UK: June 2015

New on Netflix UK: June 2015

Orange is the New Black Season 3

Orange is the New Black season 3, Sense8 and Obvious Child make up the June highlights on Netflix

Look out for season three of female prison drama Orange is the New Black premiering on Netflix on 12 June. We see the return of Piper’s ex-girlfriend Alex and find out whether Vee really is dead on the side of the road. Another Netflix original series, Sense8, launches 5 June and should have sci-fi fans frothing at the mouth as it comes from the minds of the Wachowski siblings and Babylon 5 creator J Michael Straczynski.

Film wise American indie Obvious Child is a must see. It’s a taboo breaking comedy that tackles the tough subject of abortion in an honest and hilarious way. Gaby Hoffmann co-stars as best friend to a wannabe comedian played by real life comedian Jenny Slate.

New on Netflix UK June 2015:

Now showing
Obvious Child
Advanced Style
Best Laid Plans
Delivery
The Eternal Zero
The Expendables 3
The Final Cut
Fishtail
Half Nelson
Hits
Jack Strong
Life of Crime
Nurse
Partners: Season 1
Pioneer
The Prince
Redirected
Severe Clear
Superdad
TED Talks: Life Lessons & Confessions: Season 2
Wish I Was Here

Sense8 (5 Jun)
All This Mayhem (7 June)
We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks (7 June)
Orange is the New Black Season 3 (12 Jun)
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest (12 June)
Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (15 June)
Hinterland Season 1 (16 June)
Palo Alto (16 June)
The Purge (21 June)
The Mechanic (24 June)
Yours, Mine and Ours (24 June)
All is by my Side (26 June)
DreamWorks Dragons: Race to the Edge (26 June)
What Happened, Miss Simone? (26 Jun)
The Guest (29 June)
Sons of Anarchy: Season 7 (30 June)

Check out what was New on Netflix UK in May.

Obvious Child

  • 4 stars
  • 2014
  • US
  • 1h 25min
  • 15
  • Directed by: Gillian Robespierre
  • Written by: Gillian Robespierre, Karen Maine
  • Cast: Jenny Slate, Jake Lacy, Gaby Hoffmann
  • UK release: 29 August 2014

Twenty-something comedienne Donna comes face to face with the realities of independent womanhood after an unplanned pregnancy shakes up her life.

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