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LIST: TV shows and movies to watch in June 2024

By Mica Rodriguez Published Jun 10, 2024 6:50 pm

Time to update your watchlist this rainy season!

With the cooler temperatures come new TV shows and films you can watch as you cozy up indoors. If you're searching for new things to stream, PhilSTAR L!fe has you covered with a selection of TV shows and movies to watch for the month of June.

This month, you can catch more new locally-produced content so you can show some love for homegrown talent and projects. Without further ado, here are our picks for June.


Status: Starts streaming on Netflix on June 7
Starring: Roh Jeong-eui, Lee Chae-min, Kim Jae-won

Looking for a teen drama with competitive characters? Hierarchy might get your attention!

Set in the prestigious Jooshin High School owned by the Jooshin Group, students are chosen based on their family lineage. Talk about exclusivity!

Jung Jae-yi (Roh Jeong-eui) is the heir to the Jaeyool Group, while Kim Ri-an (Kim Jae-won) is the heir to the Jooshin Group. Competition intensifies with the arrival of the mysterious transferee Kang Ha (Lee Chae-min), who hides a dark secret.

Padyak Princess

Status: Premieres on TV5 on June 10
Starring: Miles Ocampo, Jameson Blake, Joao Estancia with Ara Mina, Christian Vasquez and more

Start your mornings with a feel-good, heartwarming series with relatable characters starting this June 10. Miles Ocampo is back in teleseryes as she leads Padyak Princess together with promising Star Magic heartthrobs Jameson Blake and Joao Estancia.

Inside Out 2

Status: Shown in cinemas nationwide beginning June 12
Starring: Amy Poehler, Maya Hawke, Lewis Black, Phyllis Smith, Tony Hale and Liza Lapira

Time to face your emotions again with Inside Out 2!


Status: Shown in cinemas beginning June 12
Starring: Joshua Garcia, Heaven Peralejo, Dominic Ochoa, Ria Atayde, Alex Diaz, KD Estrada, Victor Anastacio, Empoy Marquez, Enchong Dee, Jane Oineza, Kaila Estrada, Markus Paterson, Karina Bautista, Noel Comia Jr., Queenay Mercado

Want a taste of a Pinoy multi-character comedy-drama for a change? Fruitcake features an all-star ensemble of promising local stars. The characters who are at the lowest points of their lives share a fateful LRT ride that changes their lives forever.


Status: Shown in cinemas beginning June 12
Starring: Sanya Lopez, Coleen Garcia, Faye Lorenzo and Xian Lim

GMA Pictures and Viva Films join forces in the sexy-thriller film Playtime. Xian Lim plays a man who appears harmless and decent but in reality, he has sadistic tendencies. He finds satisfaction in luring women to come with him to the woods and hunts them with a deadly “game." 

Miss Night and Day

Status: Starts streaming on Netflix on June 15
Starring: Lee Jung-eun, Jung Eun-ji, Choi Jin-hyuk

Twenty-something single woman Lee Min-jin has been struggling to find a proper job for years. For some strange reason, she finds herself waking up in the body of a 50-year-old woman.

What happens is she becomes this older woman during the day and goes back to her normal self at night. She then uses her strange circumstances to land a job by working under a prosecutor. Sounds fun and chaotic, right?

Pamilya Sagrado

Status: Premieres on Kapamilya Channel

Starring: Piolo Pascual with Tirso Cruz III, Kyle Echarri, Grae Fernandez etc.

Craving for another Pinoy action-suspense series with elements of power, ambition, betrayal, passion, love, politics, and greed? This star-studded series is for you! This also marks the comeback of Piolo Pascual on the small screen.

The Bikemasters

Status: Shown in cinemas starting June 19
Starring: Austin Butler, Jodie Corner, and Tom Hardy

The Bikeriders is set in an interesting time in America where people and culture are changing. After a chance encounter at a local bar, Kathy (Jodie Corner) gets infatuated with Benny (Austin Butler), the newest recruit of The Vandals, a Midwestern motorcycle club led by Johnny (Tom Hardy).

The Whirlwind

Status: Starts streaming on Netflix on June 20
Starring: Sol Kyung-gu, Kim Hae-ae

Sol Kyung-gu and Kim Hae-ae are reunited for the political thriller The Whirlwind.

This is the first K-drama series of veteran actor Sol Kyung-gu. He stars as Prime Minister Park Dong-ho, who goes against the present president whom he believes is corrupt.

Opposing him is Jung Soo-jin ( Kim Hae-ae), the deputy prime minister for economic affairs.

My Lady Jane (S1)

Status: Starts streaming on Prime Video on June 27
Starring: Emily Bader, Edward Bluemel, and Jordan Peters

The series is a reimagining of the story of one of history’s most tragic heroines–only in this version, the damsel in distress saves herself and then the kingdom.