Binge Guide: 11 shows and films to watch on OTT in June

Our top OTT picks to keep you entertained this month

Ever been in the mood to binge some content, but end up spending more time endlessly scrolling through the same old movies and TV shows? We’ve got your back. 

Here are our top picks of new films and shows, ranging from Marvel thrillers and animated films to inspirational documentaries and the latest seasons of your favourite tv shows, across popular OTT streaming platforms to keep you entertained all this month. Or at least all the weekends, for you hardcore bingers!


Spiderhead (June 17)

When inmates are offered the opportunity to volunteer as medical subjects, in exchange for a shorter sentence, two subjects (played by Jurnee Smollett and Miles Teller) test a drug generating feelings of love. This star studded cast, featuring Chris Hemsworth as the brilliant visionary behind the project, brings to us a film that will leave you questioning the reality of emotions. 

The Umbrella Academy (June 22)

Fresh off 1963’s doomsday finale, members of the Umbrella Academy have returned to the present, convinced that they successfully prevented the apocalypse and fixed their timeline for good. But a rather shocking surprise is right around the corner with the arrival of the Sparrow Academy, which quickly ensues into violence and havoc. Watch as Elliot Page, Aidan Gallagher and the rest of the star studded cast navigate the challenges of this new reality.

Disney+ Hotstar

Ms Marvel (June 8)

Another month, another addition to the MCU! Ms Marvel sees Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani), a Pakistani-American girl in New Jersey who is an avid superhero fan with an incredible imagination. She is nerdy and a complete misfit at school and home, until she gets polymorphic abilities, giving her superpowers like her idols.

Doctor Strange: Multiverse of Madness (June 24)

For those of you who didn’t manage to catch the 28th instalment in the MCU, this mind boggling action-packed film is coming to you. Starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Elizabeth Olsen and Xochitl Gomez, the film explores the consequences faced by Dr. Strange and his team after he casts a forbidden spell opening a portal to the multiverse, unleashing threats beyond their wildest imagination.

Westworld (June 27)

Dive back into the sci-fi saga with the fourth season of Westworld, which promises a "dark odyssey about the fate of sentient life on Earth”. Starring Thandiwe Newton, Jeffrey Wright, this season could well be the end point for our favourite sentient robots, with a possibility of a war against humanity.

Baymax! (June 29)

Who doesn't love a good spinoff? The upcoming Disney series is a spin-off of the Oscar winning film, Big Hero 6. This new series will follow the life of the titular loveable robot and his adventures outside the superhero team, working as a nurse around San Fransokyo. The six episode series is an amusing journey as Baymax learns to interact with normal folks and slowly becomes socialised.

Prime Video

The Boys (June 3)

Season three of The Boys will see Butcher (Karl Urban), Hughie (Jack Quaid) and the rest face the consequences of the season two finale with characters going their separate ways, forming new alliances and fighting for survival, in their pursuit to end the dominance of corrupt superheroes.

Runway 34 (June 17)

An aviation thriller, inspired by true incidents, Runway 34 depicts the story of Captain Vikrant Khanna, a flying prodigy, whose flight takes a mysterious course after a narrow escape due weather conditions at take-off. Directed and starring Ajay Devgn, this film is brilliantly cast with big names like Amitabh Bachchan, Boman Irani and Rakul Preet Singh.


The Broken News (June 10)

Sonali Bendre makes her OTT debut alongside actors, Jaideep Ahlawat and Shriya Pilgaonkar, with the Indian adaptation of the British series, Press. It is an engaging story of two opposing news channels, Awaaz Bharati and Josh 24/7 News channels, with completely polarised values. The show portrays the battle between ethical journalism and sensationalised news.

Apple TV+

Loot (June 24)

Who said being rich was easy? Billionaire Molly Novak (Maya Rudolph), has everything you could imagine from yachts to jets to mansions. But, when her husband betrays her and their marriage comes to an end, she is left to figure out what to do with her $87 billion settlement. She sets off on a journey to reconnect with the real world through her charity.

Lionsgate Play

Jungle Cry (June 3)

The gripping, inspirational, true story follows the journey of 12 under-privelleged Indian boys from Odisha as they battle challenging odds in an attempt to compete in the U14 Rugby World Cup, led by their coach Rudra (Abhay Deol) and physiotherapist, Roshni (Emily Shah).