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ST Correspondent
Monday, 3 June 2019

Here’s a list of six series that are premiering in June and you shouldn’t miss watching them

With so many shows releasing every month, it’s impossible to catch up on everything. The overflow of content on the internet and television has made it difficult for binge-watchers to decide what to watch. 

Here is a list of best shows you should binge on this June:

The Passage 
Starring:  Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Saniyya Sidney, Jamie McShane, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Brianne Howey and others 
The Passage based on the trilogy novel series written by Justin Cronin is an absolute must-watch for all sci-fi and thriller geeks out there. The show follows the story of a secret medical facility - Project Noah in which scientists are experimenting with a virus that might cure all the diseases but can also wipe out the entire human race. The thrill begins when a young girl who is chosen as a test subject decides to fight against the odds to save humankind in a dystopian future with infectious vampires. The series created by Writers Guild of America nominee Liz Heldens, premiered on June 3 on Star World.

Younger (Season 6) 
Starring: Sutton Foster, Miriam Shor, Hilary Duff and others 
Five seasons in, the hysterical tale of a single mother Liza, who reboots her career as a younger woman will be premiering its sixth season on Comedy Central from June 12. The critically-acclaimed comedy series will take forward the story of Liza while she struggles to live the life of a much younger woman. Sutton Foster has been adorable as the lead and her relatable dialogues are a delight to watch. The show has received various awards and nominations such as People’s Choice Award for The Bingeworthy Show of 2018, Women’s Image Network Award for the Best Comedy Series and others.

Designated Survivor (Season 3) 
Starring: Kiefer Sutherland, Adan Canto, Italia Ricci and others 
The political drama, starring the Golden Globe and Primetime Emmy winner Kiefer Sutherland is a must-watch for all those who love watching mystery thriller. The story revolves around Tom Kirkman, a Secretary of Housing and Urban Development who becomes the U.S. President after a deadly explosion. In the season 3, now that his son is going for college and his wife has passed away, we can expect a lot more internal conflict than ever before. Created by David Guggenheim, the series premieres from June 7 on Netflix.

Starring: Brian Cox, Hiam Abbass, Nicholas Braun and others 
The dysfunctional Roy family will take us through their journey of fighting amidst uncertainties of their global media company. The organic plot full of satire, comedy and drama is completely binge-worthy for hilarious scenes that will surprise you at every turn. Not to forget, the rich music composed by Oscar Winner Nicholas Britell adds to the overall experience and makes it a perfect drama. Created by Academy Award nominee Jesse Armstrong, it premieres from June 17 on Star World.

Chasing Happiness 
Starring: Joe Jonas, Nick Jonas, Kevin Jonas
The journey of the much-loved Jonas Brothers and their pop-rock band has been as amazing as their albums. A compilation of behind-the-scenes footage of the brothers as they prepare their first album will premiering as a documentary on Amazon Prime on June 4. The documentary will have never-before-seen footage of the band’s early days in New Jersey and the days when they started getting popular. The documentary is promising for all the fans since it will give the audience a closer look into the brothers’ life. 

Black Mirror (Season 5) 
Starring: Andrew Scott, Miley Cyrus, and Anthony Mackie
The dark sci-fi anthology series will be premiering its fifth season from June 5. The first four seasons got a huge response for warning the human race about dangerous possibilities of advanced technology. Black mirror is loved for terrifying the audience and leaving a lasting impression. Even though the darkness of the series can sometimes be heartbreaking, it always has a message – to warn us for the future. Created by The Primetime Emmy Winner and BAFTA nominee Charlie Brooker, it will stream on Netflix.

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