Watch on Netflix this week (June 24-28): A Family Affair, That '90s Show, and more

A Family Affair. (L-R) Nicole Kidman as Brooke Harwood and Zac Efron as Chris Cole in A Family Affair. Cr. Aaron Epstein/Netflix © 2024
A Family Affair. (L-R) Nicole Kidman as Brooke Harwood and Zac Efron as Chris Cole in A Family Affair. Cr. Aaron Epstein/Netflix © 2024 /

It's the last week of June, and as we get deeper and deeper into summer, Netflix continues to release some of the most binge-worthy new shows and must-watch movies. Last week, Perfect Match season 2 came to an end and crowned a winner, while Jessica Alba made a triumphant return in the hit action movie Trigger Warning. This week, there's even more stars on Netflix!

A Family Affair arrives as the biggest Netflix new release title of the week. The romantic comedy features a trio of mega stars in its leading roles and follows in the footsteps of the streamers biggest original rom-com releases of the year so far. Elsewhere, That '90s Show makes its comeback with new episodes, while two additional new series will have you hooked all week long.

Check out four of the can't-miss new release highlights coming to Netflix this week, beginning below with what's sure to be the Netflix movie of the summer!

Nicole Kidman and Zac Efron have A Family Affair

A Family Affair. (L-R) Nicole Kidman as Brooke Harwood and Zac Efron as Chris Cole in A Family Affair. Cr. Tina Rowden/Netflix © 2024 /

What happens when a mother starts dating her daughter's boss, who's more than a few years younger than the mother? A Family Affair happens! Nicole Kidman and Joey star in the new Netflix original romantic comedy as Brooke and Zara Harwood, and Zac Efron stars as Zara's famous boss Chris Cole.

When Brooke and Chris unexpectedly hit it off, it's Zara's worst nightmare when her mom and successful actor boss begin a relationship. The movie comes from Richard LaGravense, the director of such movies as P.S. I Love You and Water for Elephants and also stars Kathy Bates, Liza Koshy, and Sherry Cola. Don't miss the movie when it premieres on Friday, June 28!

That '90s Show returns for part 2

That '90s Show. (L to R) Ashley Aufderheide as Gwen, Callie Haverda as Leia, Sam Morelos as Nikki in episode 206 of That '90s Show. Cr. Courtesy of Netflix © 2024 /

It's been well over one year since That '70s Show sequel spinoff That '90s Show made its premiere on Netflix in January 2023, but the teen sitcom is finally back with part 2 on Thursday, June 27. Leia's back in Point Place, Wisconsin to spend another summer in her dad's childhood home. Before she returned home to Chicago at the end of season 1, she left behind quite the mess.

Leia got into a relationship with Jay Kelso, the son of Kelso and Jackie, but before the end of summer, she nearly kissed Nate, who's dating Nikki. Quite the dilemma! The secret looms over Leia and Nate during the summer of 1996, but there's sure to be plenty of laughs before the fireworks take off. Make sure to watch all eight episodes this week and the next batch of eight episodes this fall.

Supacell delivers a thrilling binge-watch

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Ready to dive into another action-packed series on Netflix? If you have finished Bridgerton, Your Honor, and all of the massively popular shows that everyone's watching lately, you might want to make some room your on watch list for Supacell. Seriously, this one has the potential to sneak up on us and became a big hit!

The British series comes from creator Rapman and centers on a group of five South London residents who somehow develop superpowers. Supacell has all of the sci-fi, adventure, action, and mystery that viewers love from the superhero content. You will be on the edge of your seat from start to finish when the show premieres on June 27.

Owning Manhattan brings the real estate drama

Owning Manhattan. Ryan Serhant from season 1 of Owning Manhattan. Credit: Winnie Au/© 2024 Netflix, Inc. /

Missing Selling Sunset and more of Netflix's popular real estate reality shows? Well, the streamer launches a brand new reality show centered in the world of luxury real estate. Ryan Serhant headlines the brand-new series Owning Manhattan, which the broker and his team tackle the city's biggest listings in order to grow into the world's most powerful brokerage.

Serhant previously starred in the Bravo reality series Million Dollar Listing and his spinoff series Sell It Like Serhant. You might also recognize him from an episode of the Sex and the City sequel series And Just Like That. More than anything, reality fans will revel in all of the delicious drama and luxury NYC listings Owning Manhattan has to offer

What will you be watching on Netflix this week?