What’s New on Amazon Prime: June 2021

What's New on Amazon Prime: June 2021

Amazon is a little light on movies, but dishes up returning seasons of its popular originals.

Now that the ink is dry on the deal for Amazon to take over MGM, we might finally start seeing a regular supply of Prime Original movies. Until that pipeline opens up, however, we’re left to rely on Prime’s supply of original TV series to keep us entertained. Luckily, June brings us six Amazon Original series, including returning hits like Bosch, Flak, and The Family Man.

New and Notable

  • Dom, Season 1 (June 4)

Dom tells the story of Pedro, a handsome boy from Rio de Janeiro’s middle class who is introduced to cocaine in his teen years, putting him on the path to becoming the leader of a criminal gang that dominated the tabloids in Rio in the early 2000s: Pedro Dom.

  • The Family Man, Season 2 (June 4)

The Family Man follows the story of Srikant Tiwari, who works as a senior analyst in the fictional Threat Analysis and Surveillance Cell (TASC), which is a part of the National Investigation Agency (NIA) of India. He is a married man with two kids, and we see him try to balance his work life with his unsettled family life.

  • Flak, Season 2 (June 11)

Robyn, an American publicist working for a cutthroat London PR company that represents troubled celebrities, is adept at keeping her client’s lives appearing in perfect order, while her own falls to pieces.

Netflix: June 2021

*Originals in Bold



  • 50/50 (2011)
  • Adaptation (2002)
  • Ali (2001)
  • Alive (1993)
  • An American Werewolf in London (1981)
  • Burn After Reading (2008)
  • Chicken Run (2000)
  • Colombiana (2011)
  • Courageous (2011)
  • Dear John (2010)
  • Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo (2005)
  • Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story (2004)
  • Fight Club (1999)
  • I Spy (2002)
  • Little Man (2006)
  • Mo’ Money (1992)
  • Rent (2005)
  • Revolutionary Road (2008)
  • Seeking a Friend for the End of the World (2012)
  • Seven Pounds (2008)
  • Signs (2002)
  • Spring Break (1983)
  • Step Brothers (2008)
  • Stomp The Yard (2007)
  • Take Shelter (2011)
  • Takers (2010)
  • Testament Of Youth (2015)
  • The Fisher King (1991)
  • The House Bunny (2008)
  • The Wrestler (2009)
  • This Means War (2012)
  • Tyler Perry’s Madea’s Witness Protection (2015)
  • We Own The Night (2007)


  • Pinocchio (2020)



  • American Experience: Stonewall Uprising (2011)
  • Growing Up Trans (2015)
  • Hurley (2019)
  • Keith Haring: Street Art Boy (2020)
  • Man in the Orange Shirt: S1
  • Queer as Folk: S1
  • Rastamouse: S1
  • Slavery by Another Name (2012)
  • The L Word: Generation Q: S1
  • Work in Progress: S1


  • Dom: S1
  • The Family Man: S2
  • Britannia: S2


  • Billions: S4


  • Flack: S2


  • Chivas: El Rebaño Sagrado: S1


  • Bosch: S7
  • September Mornings (Manhãs de Setembro): S1
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