New on Netflix…June 2017

Kardashian: The Man Who Saved OJ Simpson

1 June

It’s the surname we all know, but how much truth do we know behind Robert Kardashian’s involvement in the infamous OJ Simpson murder case? The show will document what happened to OJ Simpson’s overnight bag – including contents that are still unknown to this day – which was removed from evidence by Kim Kardashian’s father. A must see for true crime buffs.


Saving Banksy

2 June

Step into the world of street art, graffiti, or vandalism to some. Internationally known graffiti artist, Banksy is loved and loathed across the world and this feature length documentary looks into the art world’s fascination with Banksy. Following on from a 2010 piece of art in San Francisco being sold for millions and blasted by city officials, the documentary looks at the morals behind selling art an artist doesn’t want to sell.


Orange is the New Black

9 June

The one we’ve all been sitting on tenterhooks waiting for, Orange is the New Black is FINALLY coming back to our screens. Now in its fifth season the ladies of Litchfield Correctional Facility are set to take over the prison to regain control, stop police brutality and fight for justice for the wrongful death of one of the most popular inmates. Not to be missed.


Orphan Black

11 June

Netflix is filling up our days, nights, weekends, and basically all our spare time, with the return of our favourite series. Back for its fifth and final season the show follows actress Tatiana Maslany as she plays the roles of many of the main characters – a great show for sci-fi lovers and the only successful clone series out there.



23 June

From the brains behind Orange is the New Black; GLOW will bring a new lease of comedic life to Netflix. GLOW, or Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling is all about female wrestlers in the 1980s and has an all-star cast including Alison Brie. There is already a documentary on Netflix about 80s female wrestling going behind the scenes of the strangely hilarious sport if you can’t wait much longer. We bet the new show will be just as good.

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