June has finally arrived and it has brought with it an entirely new slate of TV titles to Netflix for your streaming pleasure.
The original programming juggernaut is right in the middle of releasing a one-two punch of its most talked-about and celebrated shows.
Last week, Netflix unveiled the highly-anticipated fifth season of the political drama House of Cards. Now, just over a week later, the service is preparing to launch Season 5 of everybody's favorite prison-based dramedy, Orange is the New Black.
For fans of Netflix original programming, this is one hell of a week. If you're not totally into those two shows, there's no need to worry. There are plenty of other great shows to binge through on these late summer nights.
Here are some of the best TV shows to stream on Netflix for the week of 6/5-6/11.
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Orange Is The New Black Season 5
Like we already talked about, Orange is the New Black is the talk of the TV town this week.
Despite the hacker scandals and leaked episodes, fans are still excited about the new installment of Piper Chapman's saga.
The only unfortunate thing about this release, is that it's being done in typical Netflix fashion - meaning the episodes aren't hitting your watchlist until early Friday morning.
If you're having too hard of a time waiting for the new season, there's always time to binge through the first four seasons again. Well, maybe if you binge really, really hard.
Come 3 AM Friday morning, Orange is the New Black will have an all-new slate for you to enjoy.prevnext
Superheroes on Superheroes
If women in prison really isn't your style, maybe try taking up archery or sprinting. Well, try watching people shoot bows and run faster than the speed of light.
The newest seasons of TV's biggest superhero shows have been added to the Netflix roster, and not long after they ended their latest seasons.
Legends of Tomorrow and Supergirl both had their second seasons put on Netflix in the past couple of weeks. However, in the past seven days, the fifth season of Arrow and the third season of The Flash were put on the streaming service.
With 12 total seasons of CW superhero programming currently streaming on Netflix, there's more comic material than you can imagine.prevnext
America The Beautiful
Memorial Day may be behind us, but the Fourth of July is still on the horizon. Right in between these two holidays, many will find themselves feeling very patriotic.
If you fall into this category, you're definitely in luck. There are two great American programs for fans to binge through on Netflix.
As we mentioned at the top of the article, House of Cards has just debuted its fifth season. The political drama has had fans buzzing since its premiere, and the new episodes contain some of the biggest moments and most shocking twists of the series.
On the other end of the spectrum you've got the Revolutionary War drama, Turn: Washington's Spies. The AMC series is about to premiere its fourth and final season this summer and, in order to adequately prepare, all three current seasons are now available to streamprevnext
Other Recently Added TV Shows
With all of those major shows available on Netflix right now, some of the smaller options might slip through the cracks.
You may not see some of these programs show up in your suggested feeds, but they're definitely worth looking into.
The second season of Flaked was released this week. Flaked is a Netflix original comedy starring Will Arnett, and it's right up the alley of fans who enjoy shows like Love and Master of None.0comments
If you're in the mood for fantasy and adventure, the newest season of CW's The 100 just landed on the streaming service. The show is a bit of a post-apocalyptic scenario, in which there are only 100 teenagers left to inhabit Earth.
There's plenty of TV to fill up your watchlist this week, so what are you waiting for? Time to get binging!prev