June doesn’t just mean we’re in the middle of the year, because it’s also the beginning of a new month and new releases in the Netflix catalog. And it is that the streaming platform will bring new series and movies that can be enjoyed by both young people and adults at home.
Among the premieres that Netflix will present in its June catalog, we can count season 4 of Elite, a Sailor Moon movie for those nostalgic for the anime of the 90s, a Stephen King classic, the first season of Sweet Tooth, and much more.
Without further ado, in Vanity Teen we will give you a brief summary of the films and series that you can see this June:
Stand By Me (June 1):
It’s been 35 years since Stand By Me hit theaters in August 1986. Good year for horror and suspense movies. Considered one of Stephen King’s best adaptations, the film featured Wil Wheaton, River Phoenix, Corey Feldman, Jerry O’Connell, Kiefer Sutherland, and many more.
Based on the novel The Body (1982) by King, the story tells the life of writer Gordon “Gordie” LaChance who, in the first person, tells the story of how he and a group of friends embark on an adventure to find the body of a boy who was presumed dead.
During the trip, kids will travel across the train tracks, as they explain their lives, the hardness of daily life, learn more about them, and the value of friendship.
Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal: The Movie (June 3):
There’s no list of premieres without some good anime, and Netflix knows it. This is why, for this month, the streaming platform brings us one more adventure from our favorite guardian: Sailor Moon.
In Sailor Moon Eternal: The Movie, the trama will be centered on the Dream arc of the manga (which would be the fourth season of the anime), where a solar eclipse ends up covering all of Tokyo. Behind it, is the group of villains Dead Moon Circus, who plans to steal the legendary Silver Crystal, dominate the earth, and plunge the universe into eternal darkness.
Eventually against, Sailor Moon and her friends must break through, defeat the Dead Moon Circus, and save the world before it’s too late.
Sweet Tooth season 1 (June 4):
Unfortunately, we won’t have any more Marvel series or premieres on Netflix (thanks, Mickey Mouse), but the guys at DC took advantage of that void and are on their way to bringing more premieres to the streaming platform.
This time, the famous house of comics and superheroes will bring us the adaptation of the first season of Sweet Tooth, a post-apocalyptic story of drama and fantasy, where society is plunged into chaos after “The Great Crumble”, where part of the humans born with animal characteristics.
Due to the fear and possibility that this mutation is the product of a virus, in the best style of the X-Men, these hybrid humans are hunted all over the world.
The series will focus on Gus, a 10-year-old hybrid boy between deer and human who, after living in the safety of a natural sanctuary, meets Jepperd, a wandering traveler. Both will embark on a journey to get to know each other better, learn about friendship and the value of the home. But the road will not be easy, as they will encounter many difficulties, dangers, and quite a few enemies.
Elite Short Stories (June 14):
Continuing all the hype of Elite season 4, Netflix will bring us a couple of brief daily episodes, which will tell the story about what happened to the group of Las Encinas at the end of season 3.
According to the Elite Daily page, the episodes will be as follows:
- “Guzman + Caye + Rebe” (June 14): Devoted to the trio’s magic mushroom trip and the aftermath of season 3 from their perspective.
- “Nadia + Guzman” (June 15 ): Checks in on how the couple is doing with their long-distance relationship as Nadia has moved to New York City.
- “Omar + Ander + Alexis” (June 16 ): Explores how Ander’s diagnosis has affected his relationship with Omar and his bond with Alexis.
- “Carla + Samuel” (June 17): Centered on their relationship and Carla’s choice to study abroad.
Elite season 4 (June 18):
The day has come. A new year means a new school year, new subjects, new classmates, new teachers, and new problems. That’s what Elite Season 4 brings us, which will continue with the events of the previous season.
For this season, the high school of Las Encinas will have a new principal who comes to put “order” in the school. The principal in question believes that the students of the institution are out of control, and his mission will be to correct everything bad about the campus and control the student body.