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Hulu reveals its schedule for June 2022!

June 2022 is going to be awfully good to Hulu. After a relatively mellow May, Hulu is breaking the dam on its streaming, with a few high-profile original series — The Orville: New HorizonsLove, Victor; and Only Murders in the Building — as well as the original movie Fire Island, and one of 2021’s best films, the Norwegian dark comedy The Worst Person in the World. It’s also benefitting from some next-day drops from other networks, like FX’s The Old Man and The Bear and Freeform’s final season of Motherland: Fort Salem

Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez, Only Murders in the Building

June also marks the return to streaming of Glee, a pop culture sensation that helped propel the careers of many stars into the stratosphere, including its creator, Ryan Murphy. It moves to Hulu after leaving Netflix last year. 

We’ve put together our picks of what to watch on Hulu in June, plus lists of everything coming to and leaving Hulu in the month. 

Here is what coming on Hulu in June 2022

Anne Winters, The Orville: New Horizons

Glee (June 1)

There aren’t too many shows as beloved and hated as Glee, Ryan Murphy’s high school glee club dramedy that ran for a few good seasons and then several bad seasons, but it’s been noticeably missing from streaming since it left Netflix last year. Following Disney’s purchase of pretty much everything, it moves into the Mouse House on Hulu, as well as Disney+. Now you can watch Will Schuester (Matthew Morrison) sing “The Thong Song” to Emma (Jayma Mays) in her wedding dress anywhere you have wifi. [Trailer]

The Last Tourist (June 1)

This documentary about the tourism industry and how it’s destroying the world will have you rethinking that trip to a third-world country where you were planning to justify your Instagram posts from on top of an elephant by contributing a few dollars to the local economy. The movie is a hit among critics, who laud The Last Tourist for its important message and beautiful shots of these international lands. And yes, those picturesque vistas will make you want to go there, but please don’t. [Trailer]

The Orville: New Horizons (June 2)

Another show that you forgot existed because the pandemic delayed it into near-oblivion, Seth MacFarlane’s underrated The Orville returns for Season 3 more than three years after it last aired, on a new network (it was previously on Fox), and with a new title. When it’s good, it’s a wonderful homage to Star Trek with self-contained stories that span a wide range of genres and themes about humanity and technology. When it’s not as good, it’s a show that can’t figure out what tone it’s going for. A move to Hulu could mean better special effects, which were already sometimes pretty good for a network sci-fi series. [Trailer]     

Fire Island (June 3)

Ten years ago a gay rom-com with Asian male leads would have been a pipe dream. Thank god for progress, because now we have the Hulu original Fire Island, a charming film about a trip to New York’s legendary party destination for gay men. Bowen Yang and Joel Kim Booster star as buddies who feel out of place on a week-long summer vacation and get into all sorts of shenanigans. Critics are loving it so far. [Trailer]     

The Worst Person in the World (June 13)

One of 2021’s best films finally hits streaming. This black comedy from Norway is all about love, mostly the confusing parts that make us act awfully. It follows a woman (Renate Reinsve) over several years of her life through various relationships, and was nominated for Best International Feature and Best Original Screenplay at this year’s Academy Awards. [Trailer]      

The Old Man (June 17)

Jeff Bridges stars as a former CIA operative (who also happens to be an old man) who goes on the run after an assassination attempt flushes him out from living off the grid. John Lithgow plays the old FBI agent who tries to track Bridges down. It’s old man vs. old man! Your dad is gonna love this. The series, based on Thomas Perry’s 2017 novel, premieres on FX on June 16 before hitting Hulu the next day. [Trailer]     

Only Murders in the Building (June 28)

The show that appeals to the microscopic center of the Venn diagram that covers fans of Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez returns. This season, the true crime-loving nosey neighbors become implicated in a murder, compete with a rival podcast, and must roam their apartment building with accusatory eyes on them. Relatable! [Trailer]       

Everything Coming to Hulu in June

June 1

Fantasy Island: Season 2 Premiere (Fox)
Lego Masters: Season 3 Premiere (Fox)
Glee: Complete Series (20th Television)

June 2

The Croods: Family Tree: Complete Season 3 (Hulu Original)
The Orville: New Horizons: Series Premiere (Hulu Original)

June 3

Fire Island (2022) (Hulu Original)

June 6

Hotel Hell: Complete Series (Fox)

June 7
American Ninja Warrior: Season 14 Premiere (NBC)
Vida: Complete Seasons 1-2 (Starz)

June 8
Killer Cases: Complete Season 2 (Cineflix)

June 10
Undercover Boss: Complete Seasons 8, 9, 10 (CBS)

June 15
Love, Victor: Complete Final Season (Hulu Original)
Accused: Guilty or Innocent?: Complete Season 2 (A&E)
Dance Moms: Complete Season 3-4 (Lifetime)

June 16
Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival: Day 1 Livestream (Live Nation/C3 Presents)

June 17
Good Luck to You, Leo Grande (2022) (Hulu Original)
Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival: Day 2 Livestream (Live Nation/C3 Presents)
FX’s The Old Man: Series Premiere (FX)

June 18
Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival: Day 3 Livestream (Live Nation/C3 Presents)

June 19
Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival: Day 4 Livestream (Live Nation/C3 Presents)

June 22
Motherland: Fort Salem: Final Season Premiere (Freeform)

June 23
FX’s The Bear: Complete Season 1 (FX Exclusive)
The Burning Sea (2021)

June 25
Big Gold Brick (2022)
Gasoline Alley (2022)

June 26
The Desperate Hour F.K.A. Lakewood (2022)

June 28
Only Murders in the Building: Season 2 Premiere (Hulu Original)

June 30
Flawless (2007) (15th Anniversary)
Madagascar: A Little Wild: Complete Final Season (Hulu Original)
Prince Avalanche (2013)       

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Source: TV Guide

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Desiree Bernardin
Desiree Bernardin
They say our favourite heroines’ strong characteristics live in each of us. Right for this reason I’d like to be beautiful like Brooke Davis, clever like Raven Reyes and confident like Stella Kidd. Instead, I’m flabby like Kate Pearson, dreamy like Belle Gold and determined like Brianna Fraser. I love passionate TV series, great cinema, and good books. To combine my greatest passions, I gave life to the world of Survived The Shows, which I’m currently running, as well as creating digital content and writing articles and reviews.


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