7 great new (and classic) additions coming to Prime Video in June 1 month ago

7 great new (and classic) additions coming to Prime Video in June

Including the return of two of the best shows of the last few years.

Having just added 26 big movies to its library in the last few days, you'll be happy to hear that Amazon Prime Video still has plenty of new stuff for viewers to check out in June.


Starting with...


The violent, sex-filled, potty-mouthed carnage that is The Boys will return for the much-anticipated third season this month. Bill The Butcher and Homelander are still secretly going head-to-head in a world that mostly doesn't realise that the leader of the superhero group that keeps them all safe is actually a narcissistic psychopath.

The first three episodes of the third season of The Boys will arrive on Friday, 3 June, with weekly episodes arriving every Friday.



The Amazing Spider-Man, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse are already available on the platform, and they'll soon by joined by Sam Raimi's fantastic sequel, as well as Tom Holland's first solo outing as the webslinger.

Both of these Spider-Movies will be available to watch from Monday, 6 June.



We absolutely loved the first season when it arrived on Prime Video on 1 April this year (after a long delay getting it over from HBO in the States), but thankfully we'll be getting the second season much, much sooner! Jean Smart and Hannah Einbinder return as two women finding their way in the world of modern comedy, and unbelievably, the second season has had an even better critical response than the first!

All eight episodes of the second season of Hacks will be available on Friday, 10 June.



Tom Hanks probably should've won the Oscar for his performance in this incredibly tense thriller, which tells the true story of the 2009 hijacking of an American boat hijacked by Somali pirates, making it the first American cargo ship hijacked in 200 years.

Captain Phillips will be available to watch from Friday, 10 June.


In an attempt to keep Andrew (Keiynan Lonsdale) away from his toxic on-again-off-again boyfriend, Andrew's friends (Dylan Sprouse and Sarah Hyland) create a fake boyfriend, Cristino, for him, hoping it will help bring the bad relationship to an end. Things only get worse once Cristino accidentally becomes an online viral sensation.


My Fake Boyfriend is available to watch from Friday, 17 June.


Jordan Gavaris (Orphan Black), Julia Stiles (The Bourne Identity), and Madison Shamoun (Black-ish) star in this comedy series about a family trying its best to mend some long-broken fences (metaphorically, but also probably literally, too), set in the family's lakeside cottage.

The series debuts on Friday, 17 June.

Clips via Prime Video & HBO Max