As a rule, June tends to be light on premieres as the official TV season comes to an end and campaigning for Emmy seasons rolls into full force. And this year, that’s all the more true after nearly three months of production stoppages due to the pandemic.
Still, there is plenty of new and returning fare coming to screens both small and large this month, including true crime series like USA’s returning Dirty John and HBO’s I’ll Be Gone in the Dark; crime dramas like HBO’s reimagining of classic series Perry Mason starring Matthew Rhys; and fun escapes like ABC’s Don’t and Netflix’s Queer Eye.
Tuesday, June 2: Dirty John (USA Network, season 2)
Thursday, June 4: The Thomas John Experience (CBS All Access, series premiere)
Friday, June 5: 13 Reasons Why (Netflix, fourth and final season)
Friday, June 5: Queer Eye (Netflix, season five)
Sunday, June 7: I May Destroy You (HBO, series premiere)
Thursday, June 11: Don’t (ABC, series premiere)
Friday, June 19: Taste the Nation with Padma Lakshmi (Hulu, series premiere)
Sunday, June 21: Yellowstone (Paramount Network, season three)
Sunday, June 21: Perry Mason (HBO, series premiere)
Thursday, June 25: The Twilight Zone (CBS All Access, season two)
Saturday, June 27: Dark (Netflix, third and final season)
Sunday, June 28: I’ll Be Gone in the Dark (HBO, limited series premiere)