Netflix is celebrating summer with a massive TV and movie drop.
Once again securing its place at the table in the Golden Age of TV, the streaming service has stacked its roster with its own originals, as well as classics, fan-favorites, and hidden gems.
Keeping up with its ambitious production goals, several of the new titles headed to a screen near you are Netflix original series and films.
It's time to fill your queue with all of the titles that are going to keep you entertained while you hide out in the air conditioning. And once you're finished checking out the full list of titles coming to Netflix in June, head over to see what titles you need to binge before they get the
Busted! (Season Finale) — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Disney's 101 Dalmatians
George Balanchine's The Nutcracker
He Named Me Malala
Joseph Campbell and the Power of Myth
Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist
November 13: Attack on Paris — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Rumor Has It
Terms and Conditions May Apply
The Prince & Me 4: The Elephant Adventure
The King's Speech
The Break with Michelle Wolf (Streaming Every Sunday)-- NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Marvel Studios' Thor: Ragnarok
Hyori's Bed & Breakfast: Season 2 (Streaming Every Thursday)
The Night Shift: Season 4
Alex Strangelove — NETFLIX FILM
Ali's Wedding — NETFLIX FILM
Marcella: Season 2 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Sense8: The Series Finale — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
The Hollow — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
The Staircase — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Treehouse Detectives — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Wynonna Earp: Season 2
Portlandia: Season 8
Cutie and the Boxer
Marlon: Season 1
La Hora Final
Lust Stories — NETFLIX FILM
Maktub — NETFLIX FILM
Set It Up — NETFLIX FILM
Step Up 2: The Streets
Sunday's Illness — NETFLIX FILM
The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus
The Ranch: Part 5 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
True: Magical Friends — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
True: Wonderful Wishes — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Voltron: Legendary Defender: Season 6 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Grey's Anatomy: Season 14
Club de Cuervos presenta: La balada de Hugo Sánchez — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Season 5
Hannah Gadsby: Nanette — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Brain on Fire — NETFLIX FILM
Cooking on High — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Derren Brown: Miracle — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Heavy Rescue: 401: Season 2 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Marvel's Luke Cage: Season 2 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Us and Them — NETFLIX FILM
To Each, Her Own (Les Goûts et les couleurs) — NETFLIX FILM
Hotel Transylvania: Season 1
Secret City — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Star Wars: The Last Jedi
W. Kamau Bell: Private School Negro — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Churchill’s Secret Agents: The New Recruits — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
GLOW: Season 2 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Harvey Street Kids — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Kiss Me First — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
La Forêt — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
La Pena Maxima
Nailed It!: Season 2 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Paquita Salas: Season 2 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
Recovery Boys — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
TAU — NETFLIX FILM
Fate/EXTRA Last Encore: Oblitus Copernican Theory — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
iZombie: Season 4
Life Sentence: Season 1
Supergirl: Season 3
Is your favorite show or movie not debuting until later in the month? Check out these highly-rated films and series premieres from May while you wait for June's new titles to drop.
A Little Help with Carol Burnett:
Yes, that Carol Burnett. The one behind The Carol Burnett Show, and the same one who's won five Golden Globes and six Emmys and who, back in the day, rolled with a crowd like Lucille Ball and Julie Andrews. That same Carol Burnett is the one hosting her own Netflix original series at the young age of 85.
A Little Help with Carol Burnett revolves around Burnett and a celebrity guest who ask a panel of 5- to 9-year-old kids about a certain dilemma they're having. We think the extreme age differences will play out quite nicely (and hilariously) on the streaming platform, no?
Available May 4.
David Letterman shoots the breeze with fellow comedic genius Tina Fey in May's edition of My Next Guest.
The show mimics a late-night show format but in this case drops new episodes every month. In past interviews, Letterman has hosted Jay-Z, President Barack Obama, George Clooney and Malala Yousafzai, with Howard Stern on the list to debut soon.
Available May 4.
Ranking as one of 2017's best shows, the second volume is just as impressive. Series creator Justin Simien uses satire and pleasing, specifically stylized visual language to address weighty racial issues and blow apart the myth that there was ever such a thing as a post-racial America.
Available May 4.
Unless you've been trapped in that underground bunker with Jon Hamm for the last four years (which doesn't sound too bad, come to think of it), you've heard the constant praises sung of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. The Emmy-nominated comedy series from Tina Fey and Robert Carlock focuses on Kimmy (Ellie Kemper) and her abrupt exposure to modern American culture after being freed from a bunker where she was trapped for 15 years.
Season 4 picks up with Kimmy working at a start-up company and Jacqueline (Jane Krakowski) working as a new agent. Meanwhile, Titus (Tituss Burgess) is trying to win back his ex-boyfriend.
Netflix announced in early May that season 4 will be Kimmy's last. However, show executives are in talks to wrap up the series in the grandest of ways — with a movie.
The first six episodes of season 4 are available May 30 (Do we hear an Emmy plea?), with the latter half of the season debuting later in 2018.
The first Danish original series from Netflix is set six years after a virus carried by the rain kills everyone in Scandinavia. Two siblings emerge from their underground hideout and discover the entirety of civilization has been wiped out — minus a few other survivors, of course.
Most of the survivors are young, giving the show a coming-of-age vibe. Love, jealously, trying to build a better world while being haunted by the past — you know, the usual.
Available May 4.