Gypsy netflix 2017
Gypsy netflix 2017

2017’s summer is in and so are these new releases from Netflix, starting this June. At the beginning of the each month Netflix adds TV shows and movies to its stream. Find your perfect couch to binge watch these Netflix originals and get along with it. Here are the list:

Orange is the New Black : Season 5 (Streaming June 9)

Women in prison, it all started in 2013 where Netflix showcased their drama comedy show “Orange is the New Black” and made it their flagship show. After an accidentally triggered gun in the end of Season 4, it’s been a wait for a while for viewers as the fan’s dearest Poussey Washington(Samira Wiley) was killed by the prison guard that immediately led to the riot. All the 13 episodes of season 5 will hit the Netflix in June 9. Watch few glimpse in the trailer below:-

Glow : Season 1 (Streaming June 23)

Bringing back the 80’s party with those colorful spandex, big hair, the Gorgeous Ladies Of Wrestling (GLOW), a comedy drama series, is set to hit the Netflix will all of its episodes in June 23. Last summer it was the Strangers Things from 80’s and now it is Glow in Netflix. Watch the trailer:

OKJA (Streaming June 29)

Despite being blocked in South Korea, home country of the Bong Joon Ho, the Director of the movie, it is evident that the movie OKJA will be streaming in Netflix this June 29. It is about Mija, a girl preventing a giant animal named Okja from a multinational company, who raised it from it’s childhood. Watch the trailer:

RuPaul’s Drag Race (Streaming June 30)

An American reality based competition tv show where RuPaul is finding his next America’s next drag superstar. Get ready to watch it from June 30 in Netflix. Watch trailer:

Gypsy (Streaming June 30)

Created by Lisa Rubin, a television drama series, is set to show case its episodes in Netflix this June 30. A therapist, Jean Holloway, is developing some serious and dangerous intimacy with the people her patient mention about. This first season will consist of ten episodes in which first two of them were directed by 50 Shades of Grey’s Sam Taylor-Johnson. Watch trailer:

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