With the exception of the premiere of the series Sweet tooth, in June new fiction seasons arrive on Netflix that became audience favorites. As a consequence, we will see how he deals Lupine with what happens to Raoul; a new mystery that unfolds in Las Encinas in Elite, and the conflicts that always arise in each season of the Turkish series The Gift. That is, some enigmas will be solved in these brand-new deliveries, but at the same time new questions will be opened.
Three meters above the sky (second season)
One of the most anticipated releases of the streaming platform this month is the second season of Three meters over the sky, Italian production based on the novel by Federico Moccia. Let’s remember that the first installment focused on the romance between Ale and Summer, two teenagers who, apparently, have nothing in common, but who end up falling in love in that summer that changes their lives forever. Ale is a young motorcycle champion driven by momentum, while Summer has big plans for her future, but is also very attached to her family. After the melancholic end of the first, in this second season the series may take as a reference some passages from Moccia’s second novel, but too many details have not yet transpired about how the reunion between the protagonists played by Ludovico Tersigni and Coco Rebecca Edogamhe will be. . Available from June 3.
Sweet Tooth (first season)
Based on the graphic novel by Canadian Jeff Lemire, one of the most innovative proposals to hit Netflix in June is Sweet tooth, produced by Robert Downey Jr. and his wife Susan, and with Jim Mickle as showrunner. The fiction is set in a dystopian future in which a virus affected a large part of the population and caused the sudden appearance of hybrids: half human and half animal. Beyond the general context, Sweet tooth tells the story of Gus, a deer boy who, after being isolated, sets out on a journey to learn more about his identity, a search in which he forges a friendship with Jepperd, another person who is as lonely in the world as he is. The fiction consists of 8 episodes and has as protagonists Christian Convery, Nonso Anozie, and James Brolin as narrator. Available from June 4.
Lupine (part two)
In January, the one that would end up becoming Netflix’s most watched miniseries was released: the exciting Lupine, created by George Kay and François Uzan. It is a series that combines police, comedy and action, and is based on the path of Arsène Lupine, a character conceived by the French Maurice Leblanc. Omar Sy personifies with great charisma Assane Diop, a man who one day finds a mysterious book about Lupine, considered a genius within the criminal world. This book allows him to get ideas to execute a revenge, related to the death of his father. Although Netflix has not released many details about this return, we do know that the protagonist will have to deal with a kidnapping that has him on edge, such as the loss of his anonymity. George Kay, co-creator of the series, has already advanced that the first episode of this second part is just a glimpse “of a much larger series” that he has in mind. Available from June 11.
The Gift (third season)
The Turkish series of the platform based on the novel by the writer Şengül Boybaş has as its exclusive protagonist Atiye (Beren Saat), a painter who lives a perfect daily life in Istanbul, with a family that supports her in all her endeavors, and who is about to open its first exhibition. However, everything takes a turn when an archaeologist’s discovery reveals the link between Atiye and the oldest temple in the world, leading the woman to question her past and connect with her spiritual side. In this third season, the protagonist’s mission will be to find her daughter, while dark forces will prevail in this incessant fight. Available from June 17.
Black Summer (second season)
One of Netflix’s niche series finally debuts its long-awaited second season. Is about Black summer, the platform’s original zombie fiction created by Karl Schaefer and John Hyams. Set within the universe known as Z-Nation, the fiction shows, as its title anticipates, the darkest moments of the zombie apocalypse, when a woman decides to join a group of strangers to find her daughter in unfavorable conditions. Let’s remember that the first season ended by focusing on that possible reunion, so in this return, in addition to the stories of the secondary characters that will take on a greater role, the heartbreaking story of Rose and the search for her little girl will be key. Starring Jaime King, Justin Chu Cary, and Christine Lee. Available from June 17.
Elite (fourth season)
The Darío Madrona and Carlos Montero series is back, as could be foreseen by the end of its third season, where another event shakes the high school that functions as the epicenter of the action. What Elite It has short seasons but with many twists and turns in its narration, Netflix has only released minimal information about what we can see this month. “Las Encinas receives a very strict director and four new students who lash out with love affairs, serious rumors and a mystery just out of the oven”, reads the premise of this fourth part of the addictive Spanish production in which we will see familiar faces such as those of Itzan Escamilla, Miguel Bernardeau and Aron Piper; but also emerging figures such as Manu Ríos, Carla Diaz and Diego Martin. On the other hand, there is already a fifth season confirmed to which the Argentine Valentina Zenere will join. Available from June 18.