4 best Netflix shows to watch (and 2 to skip) in June 2024

More Bridgerton, That '90s Show returns, and Sweet Tooth ends.
Sweet Tooth. (L to R) Adeel Akhtar as Singh, Naledi Murray as Wendy, Christian Convery as Gus, Stefania LaVie Owen as Becky, Nonso Anozie as Jepperd in episode 303 of Sweet Tooth. Cr. Courtesy of Netflix © 2024
Sweet Tooth. (L to R) Adeel Akhtar as Singh, Naledi Murray as Wendy, Christian Convery as Gus, Stefania LaVie Owen as Becky, Nonso Anozie as Jepperd in episode 303 of Sweet Tooth. Cr. Courtesy of Netflix © 2024 /

The summer months are officially upon us and so are some of the busiest months of the year when it comes to Netflix new releases. Right after May set the stage for a huge summer on Netflix, thanks to the drop of Bridgerton season 3's first part, June continues to deliver week after week of must-watch new shows. But are they all actually must-watches?

By far, the biggest new release show coming to Netflix in June 2024 has to be Bridgerton season 3 part 2. If you have been waiting impatiently to see how Colin and Penelope's story comes together, you won't be skipping the new episodes. The month also brings Sweet Tooth's conclusion, That '90s Show's return, a new docuseries, and two reality shows. Here's what to watch and what to skip!

Sweet Tooth season 3

Sweet Tooth. Christian Convery as Gus in episode 301 of Sweet Tooth. Cr. Courtesy of Netflix © 2024 /

Watch! If you have been invested in Sweet Tooth since the very beginning, there's no way you're skipping the third and final season. Sweet Tooth season 3 brings the series to a close with eight all-new episodes, which come on the heels of season 2's release in April 2023 and season 1's release all the way back in June 2021. In the final episodes, Gus searches for his mother and the truth, and Netflix promises that it all leads to a "thrilling climax" that reveals the fate humanity and hybrids. Get your tissues ready. It's sure to be a bittersweet and emotional sendoff on June 6.

Bridgerton season 3 part 2

Bridgerton. Luke Newton as Colin Bridgerton in episode 304 of Bridgerton. Cr. Liam Daniel/Netflix © 2024 /

Watch! It's pretty much a given, but Bridgerton season 3 part 2 will not only be the show to watch on Netflix in June, but it will also be the biggest show on Netflix in June by a long shot. The first part of the season left off with a proposal hanging in the air as well as the questions surrounding Lady Whistledown's identity clouding Penelope's romantic future. Polin season comes to a romantic head in part 2, which will also answer questions about Benedict, Francesa, Eloise, and more characters. Don't miss a second of season 3's final four episode when they drop on June 13.

Perfect Match season 2

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Skip! Netflix's romantic reality competition series Perfect Match returns with another batch of attractive singles from across the streamer's slate of various reality shows. In the show, the couples pair up and compete together to be the strongest love match — the perfect match. Nick Lachey returns to host all of the drama stemming from the romantic entanglements when the second season begins its run on June 7. If you aren't already a fan of Netflix's reality series, you should probably skip Perfect Match season 2, but if you live for the drama, you're sure to tune in.

That '90s Show part 2

That ‘90s Show. (L to R) Max Donovan as Nate, Reyn Doi as Ozzie, Mace Coronel as Jay, Callie Haverda as Leia, Sam Morelos as Nikki, Ashley Aufderheide as Gwen in episode 204 of That ‘90s Show. Cr. Patrick Wymore/Netflix © 2024 /

Watch! Finally, we're heading back to Point Place. More specifically, we're heading back to the Forman's basement for another summer with That '90s Show. The new generation of That '70s Show returns with part 2 on June 27, and Leia comes back to her grandparents' house and her summer friends after parting with a secret. We're getting eight all-new hilarious and surely juicy episodes before part 3 drops later this fall. Even though I wasn't super blown away by the first part of the series, I'll be tuning in for the fun in part 2 and suggest you watch, too!

Owning Manhattan

Owning Manhattan. Ryan Serhant in episode 103 of Owning Manhattan. Credit: Courtesy of Netflix/© 2024 Netflix, Inc. /

Watch! Some of the most popular reality shows on Netflix are those centering on real estate. Selling Sunset, Selling the OC, Buying Beverly Hills, and Buying London have gained some serious popularity. Netflix adds to the growing dynasty of reality real estate with Owning Manhattan on June 28. The series follows former Million Dollar Listing New York star Ryan Serhant as he and his agents take on New York City real estate and position themselves as a powerful brokerage. Of course, there will be drama. If you're a fan of real estate shows, don't miss the latest on Netflix this June.

America's Sweethearts: Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders

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Skip! Recently, Netflix announced release dates for four new sports docuseries coming this summer, and the first of that lineup arrives on June 20. America's Sweethearts: Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders follows the titular squad during the 2023-2024 season and showcases the heart and soul (and drama!) that goes into being a cheerleader for the NFL. The series comes from the team behind Cheer and Last Chance U and features seven episodes. Unless you're a huge fan of the sport, the docuseries isn't one of the skippable new releases coming in June.

What will you be watching on Netflix in June?