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The fourth season of Orange is the New Black comes to Netflix in June.


The fourth season of Orange is the New Black comes to Netflix in June.

June is a big month for Netflix, with additions including the first three Jurassic Park films, Best Picture winner Spotlight and Sundance Film Festival acquisition The Fundamentals of Caring. And in addition to original series Orange is the New Black returning for another season, there will also be new seasons of shows such as Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Scandal being added. But it's also a big month for departures, including beloved films like Groundhog Day and Who Framed Roger RabbitFor a full list, read below:

Jun. 1
7 Chinese Brothers
72 Cutest Animals
(Season 1)
72 Dangerous Places (Season 1)
A Walk to Remember 
Big Stone Gap
Bob Ross: Beauty is Everywhere 
Breaking the Magician's Code: Magic's Biggest Secrets Finally Revealed
(Seasons 1-2)
Cold in July 
Conspiracy Theory: Did We Land On The Moon? 
Cuba: The Forgotten Revolution 
(Dis)Honesty: The Truth About Lies 
El Libro de Piedra
Elizabeth: The Golden Age
Extraordinary Tales

The Fear of 13
Gabo: The Creation of Gabriel García Márquez 
Gentlemen and Gangsters
(Season 1)
The Good Witch (Season 1)
The Great Alone 
Hadwin's Judgement 
J. Edgar 
Janis: Little Girl Blue 

Jurassic Park
For a while, the only Steven Spielberg films available on Netflix Instant were lesser efforts like Amistad, Always and Hook, before finally adding his beloved 1982 film E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. Now the streaming service will add arguably his most popular film of all, the 1993 film about the creation of a dinosaur theme park that still holds up today. Netflix will also add Spielberg's underrated sequel The Lost World: Jurassic Park and the correctly (and poorly) rated Joe Johnston-directed Jurassic Park III.
Jurassic Park III 
Lion Heart 
The Lost World: Jurassic Park 
The Odd Couple II 
Off Camera
 (Series 1)
Pokémon the Movie: Hoopa and the Clash of Ages 
Pokémon: XY: Kalos Quest
(Season 2)
Portrait of a Serial Monogamist 
The Resurrection of Jake the Snake 
Rock the Kasbah 
Sam Klemke's Time Machine 
Second Coming 
Tab Hunter Confidential 
UFOs: The Best Evidence Ever (Caught on Tape) 
What Our Fathers Did: A Nazi Legacy 

Jun. 2
Beauty & the Beast (Season 3)
Hibana: Spark
Pretty Little Liars
 (Season 6)
Jun. 3
Bo Burnham: Make Happy
Jun. 6
Jun. 7
Every Thing Will Be Fine 
Jarhead 3: The Seige 

Jun. 10
Lego Friends: The Power of Friendship (Season 2)
Voltron: Legendary Defender (Season 1)
Jun. 11
Me Him Her 
(Season 5)
Jun. 12
Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong 
Jun. 14
The League (Season 7)
Jun. 15
After The Spill 
Boom Bust Boom 
The Giver 
In the Shadow of the Moon 
Naz & Maalik 
Night Owls 
Poverty, Inc. 
Top Spin 
TransFatty Lives 

Jun. 16
Being Mary Jane (Season 3)
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Season 3)
The Unborn 
Jun. 17
All Hail King Julien (Season 3)
Orange is the New Black (Season 4)
Netflix's original series about a women's prison has had its ups and downs over three seasons, at its bet when it focuses on the institution's social structures. But Orange is the New Black has still worth been watching through its entire run, in part because of a deep supporting cast essayed by great actresses like Uzo Aduba, Laverne Cox and Natasha Lyonne, and it should continue to be as it now enters its fourth season.
Jun. 18
Cedar Cove (Season 3)
Grey's Anatomy (Season 12)
Jun. 19
Bunk'd (Season 1)
I Am Thor
Jun. 20
Life Story (Series 1)
The Making of Life Story
Jun. 21
Best Friends Whenever (Season 1)
Jun. 22
Sin City: A Dame to Kill For 

Just a few months after it won Best Picture at the Oscars, Tom McCarthy's film about the Boston Globe's investigation journalism team and its delving into the Catholic Church's safeguarding of sexual abusers will make its way to Netflix. Yet an even greater accolade is that Spotlight is one of the best films made about journalism, showing the slow, methodical work necessary for great reporting.
Jun. 24
Dragons: Race to the Edge (Season 3)
The Fundamentals of Caring 
This year's Sundance Festival was a coming-out party for streaming services as movie distributors, with Amazon Prime picking up Oscar contender Manchester by the Sea and Netflix lobbying unsuccesfully for Grand Jury Prize and Audience Award winner The Birth of a Nation. But they did pick up a number of other movies, starting with this road trip film about a disabled teenager and his caregiver starring Paul Rudd, Craig Roberts and Selena Gomez.
Justin Time GO!
Jun. 27
Jun. 29
Life (2015)
Jun. 30
A Very Secret Service (Season 1)

This month sees a slew of documentaries being added to Netflix, with this film about FBI informants and counterterrorism operations being the most notable. The documentary follows paid informant "Shariff" as he tries to get close to a Muslim man suspected of being a Taliban sympathizer in a terrorism sting, and questions the validity of the FBI's counterterrorism strategies.

Jun. 1

A Wrinkle in Time 
About a Boy
Bridget Jones's Diary 
The Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury 
Clear and Present Danger 
Disney Animation Collection: Vol. 5: Wind in the Willows
Dude, Where's My Car? 
Elias: Rescue Team Adventures 
(Season 1)
The Faculty
Far from Home: The Adventures of Yellow Dog 
Groundhog Day 
Hercules (1997)
In the Bedroom 
Jersey Girl 
Kinky Boots 
Losing Isaiah
Madonna: Truth or Dare 
Marvin's Room 
Music of the Heart
My Boss's Daughter 
Nine Months 
The Others
Paris Is Burning 
Private Parts 
Schoolhouse Rock!: Earth 
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants
The Station Agent 
The Stepford Wives
Stir of Echoes
Stir of Echoes 2: The Homecoming
The Super Hero Squad Show
(Seasons 1-2)
Velvet Goldmine
View from the Top 
Wayne's World
The Yards 

Jun. 2
Eureka Seven (Seasons 1-2)
Jun. 14
HawthoRNe (Seasons 1-3)
Jun. 15
The Bank Job 
Jun. 18
A Late Quartet
The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss
(Season 1)
Jun. 21
Mixology (Season 1)
Jun. 24
Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me
The Hunchback of Notre Dame 
The Hunchback of Notre Dame II 
Marvel's Avengers Assemble
(Season 1)
Who Framed Roger Rabbit 

Jun. 30
Sophie's Choice 

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