New Netflix movies and shows this weekend: June 5-7

Here are the best new Netflix movies and shows to watch this weekend, June 5-7

Need a list of Netflix movies and shows to watch this weekend? While there are several long lists of everything coming to the streaming giant this weekend and month, most of us only want a short and quick list of suggestions.

If this sounds like you, you’re right at home! Below, we list the best new additions to the streaming titan that you won’t want to miss over the weekend of June 5-7.

Last weekend, Space Force and Blood & Water were the winners of Netflix. Will this weekend be as great? We’re hoping it’s even better! After all, the month of June is looking very promising overall, with the additions of The Politician Season 2 and the final season of 13 Reasons Why. But what is there to watch today?

New Netflix movies to watch this weekend

The Last Days of American CrimeIn order to stop crime, a signal will be broadcast by the government that will make it impossible for anyone to knowingly break the law. There are a few ways around it, though, and Graham Bricke (Edgar Ramirez) plans to team up with other savvy criminals and hackers to commit the heist of the century, and possibly the last American crime.

Spelling the DreamThis documentary premiered earlier this week on June 3, so you likely missed it. Spelling the Dream features Indian-American competitors training to win the prestigious Scripps National Spelling Bee.

Netflix shows this weekend:

13 Reasons WhyThe controversial series is back June 5 with its finale season. Will you be tuning in? With how much audiences have been divided on13 Reasons Why, it’ll be interesting to see how everything wraps up! The students are preparing for graduation, but they have a stack of dangerous secrets that will come knocking!

Queer Eye: The guys are going global and taking their savvy fashion and skills to a new location! Don’t miss out on the new adventures of the Fab Five: Antoni Porowski (Food & Wine),Bobby Berk (Interior Design), Karamo Brown (Culture), Jonathan Van Ness (Grooming) and Tan France (Fashion).

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Do one of our suggestion catch your interest to watch over the weekend? Let us know if we missed any upcoming Netflix movies or show that should be on the list!