June Show Guide: The Bear, The Boys, Bridgerton, House of the Dragons and Star Wars

June marks the arrival of several highly anticipated TV series across various streaming platforms. This month sees the return of popular shows such as “The Bear,” “House of the Dragon,” and “The Boys,” among others. Here’s a breakdown of the new seasons and series to watch this June 2024.

The Mayor Of Kingstown: Season 2 (Paramount+ series streaming on 6/2)

Jeremy Renner makes his comeback in “The Mayor Of Kingstown” following his recovery from a severe snowplow accident. In Season 2, Mike McLusky, played by Renner, faces the challenge of ending the drug war with the Russian mob. Amidst this chaos, a figure from his past reappears, threatening the fragile peace, while Kingstown is troubled by explosions. The series, created by Taylor Sheridan, continues to capture the attention of crime drama enthusiasts.

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Star Wars: The Acolyte: Season 1 (Disney+ series streaming on 6/4)

“Star Wars: The Acolyte” offers a new take for fans of the galaxy far, far away. Set in the High Republic era, the series centers on a dark mystery involving a crime spree. The story features Lee Jung-jae as a Jedi Master and Amanda Stenberg as a warrior, whose conflict drives the plot. This new addition to the Star Wars franchise promises a blend of adventure and intrigue.

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Sweet Tooth: Season 3 (Netflix series streaming on 6/6)

The third and final season of “Sweet Tooth” continues the journey of Gus and Jeopardy. The duo travels to Alaska in search of Gus’ mother, who is also on a mission to uncover the origins of the Sick. The season introduces a new threat targeting Gus, leaving the fate of hybrids and humanity uncertain. The series, produced by Team Downey, concludes with much anticipation.

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Bridgerton: Season 3 Part 2 (Netflix series streaming on 6/13)

“Bridgerton” continues its third season with Part 2, focusing on Penelope’s secret identity as Lady Whistledown and its potential impact on her relationship with Colin. Despite the departure of the Duke, the series maintains its allure, offering more romantic drama and societal upheaval. Netflix continues to deliver the period drama’s signature steam and excitement to its audience.

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The Boys: Season 4 (Prime Video/Amazon series streaming on 6/13)

“The Boys” returns for its fourth season with Homelander displaying new levels of malevolence. The season sees the introduction of new Supes, and Billy Butcher’s ongoing battle against Homelander intensifies. The series also explores Starlight’s full defection from Vought and Victoria Neuman’s rise in power. Audiences can expect the same gritty and provocative storyline that has defined the series.

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Hotel Cocaine: Season 1 (MGM+ series streaming on 6/16)

“Hotel Cocaine,” starring Danny Pino, debuts this month. Pino portrays Roman Compte, the general manager of the Mutiny Hotel, famed for its “Casablanca on cocaine” reputation. The series appeals to fans of crime dramas and those intrigued by tales of notorious establishments. This show presents a lighter narrative compared to Pino’s previous roles.

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House of the Dragon: Season 2 (HBO series streaming on Max 6/16)

The second season of “House of the Dragon” takes off shortly after the deaths of Luc and Viserys, marking the start of the Targaryen civil war. Fans of Westeros will witness the dramatic clash for the Iron Throne as alliances form and battles ensue. The chemistry between Emma D’Arcy and Olivia Cooke continues to captivate audiences, although their characters may not share screen time this season.

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The Bear: Season 3 (FX on Hulu series streaming on 6/27)

The culinary drama “The Bear” is back for its third season. The season will explore Cousin Richie’s potential transformation and delve into Carmy and Natalie’s efforts to repay a significant loan while striving for a Michelin star. With its unique narrative and standout performances, the series aims to continue its critical acclaim, following an impressive second season.

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  1. Below Deck Mediterranean, Season 9
  2. Land of Women
  3. We Are Lady Parts, Season 2
  4. Presumed Innocent
  5. Ultraman: Rising
  6. My Lady Jane
  7. Supacell
  8. Clipped
  9. Becoming Karl Lagerfeld
  10. America’s Sweethearts: Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders

Wrapping Up

June 2024 presents a range of streaming options with exciting new seasons and series across various genres. From crime dramas to epic fantasies, there is something for every viewer. For more TV recommendations and updates, visit HitPlay.

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