The summer season will be coming soon this month, but many are out for summer vacation from school, and there will be plenty of traveling and stay-in nights for Americans all across the country.
With that said, here is what you should be streaming this month.
- “iCarly” (Season 2 finale, 2021 reboot): This has been one of the early popular shows for the up-and-coming Paramount+ streaming service and the second season finale of the “iCarly” reboot will be premiering on the service on Friday, June 3.
- “Grey’s Anatomy” (Season 18): The eighteenth season of this popular ABC TV series will be available to stream on Netflix on Saturday June 25.
- “Zoey 101”: This once popular Nickelodeon TV series’ first two seasons will be available on Netflix starting on Tuesday, June 21. The entire series of the show can be streamed on Paramount+ as well.
- “The Orville” (Season 3): After a long break, the show will be returning on its new home on Hulu as a Hulu Original on Thursday, June 2.
- “Westworld” (Season 4): Speaking of long breaks, after a long hiatus, this popular HBO TV series will be returning again. The first episode of the new season will be available on HBO Max on Sunday, June 26, with new episodes released each week. For this season, there will be eight episodes total.
- “Hollywood Stargirl”: This is the sequel to the original “Stargirl” movie that was released in 2020. It will premiere on Disney+ on Sunday, June 3.
- “Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore”: It’s the third sequel to the “Fantastic Beasts” movies and went live on HBO Max on Monday, May 30.
- “No Time to Die”: It’s the last James Bond film with Daniel Craig as Bond and will premiere on Prime Video on Friday, June 10.
- “Harry Potter” trilogy: Since the movie series will be leaving HBO Max starting on Friday, July 1, this is the last month you will be able to stream the series in its entirety on a streaming service for now. At this time, it has yet to be announced on whether it will be extended on HBO Max or go to another streaming service like Peacock or Netflix.
- “Spider-Man” trilogy: Despite the the “Harry Potter” movies leaving HBO Max next month, the good news is starting today on Peacock, you can stream all three Tobey Maguire “Spider-Man” movies.
- MLB Friday Night Baseball on Apple TV+: Each Friday night this month and throughout the summer, there will be at least two games of MLB baseball to stream exclusively on Apple TV+ in the Apple TV app at no additional charge for Apple TV+ subscribers.
- 2022 NBA Finals: We already know that the Golden State Warriors will be in it this year, but as of this being written, we do not know who they will be up against. With that said, the first game of the series will take place at 9 p.m. ET on Thursday, June 2, on ABC.
- Houston Gamblers vs. Tampa Bay Bandits (USFL): Summertime football is here this year and this game has an interesting twist to it; it is only available on a streaming service. The game will be played at 4 p.m. ET, Sunday, June 5, exclusively on Peacock.
- Ally 400 (NASCAR Cup Series): At the end of the month, NASCAR is set to have a pretty big race at Nashville Superspeedway. It’s also a major moment in the season, as NASCAR changes broadcast networks to NBCUniversal’s NBC and USA Network. For this race, it will be at 5 p.m. ET, Sunday, June 26, on NBC.
- Canadian Grand Prix 2022 (F1): We decided to give Canada some love this month since it will be the home of this pivotal F1 race. The race will be broadcast at 2 p.m. ET, Sunday, June 19, on ESPN.