New on Netflix June 2015: From Orange is the New Black and Sense8 to Sin City 2

There is also a fascinating Nina Simone biopic and Disney classic Pinocchio

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There are some real treats on the way from Netflix this June, and we're not just talking about the hotly-awaited third season of Orange is the New Black (although that's super exciting too).

You'll be pencilling TV chill-time into your diaries despite all the fun activities summer has to offer when you check out the list of new shows and films joining the streaming service this month.

Take a look at our pick of some of the best:


Sense8 (Season 1) - 5/6

A group of people scattered across the globe must find a way to survive while being hunted by those who see their telepathic connection as a threat. New Netflix original created by hit directing duo the Wachowskis.

Hinterland (Season 1) - 16/06

Time for a sprinkling of Welsh noir. This crime thriller follows troubled DCI Tom Mathias as he sets out on the path to redemption and first aired on BBC4 last month.


Orange is the New Black (Season 3) - 12/6

Prepare for an emotional third season in Litchfield prison. Ruby Rose's new character catches Piper's eye while Alex is back behind bars. Then there's the return of Pennsatucky and the trailer suggests we're finally going to learn about Nicky's past.



Wish I Was Here - 1/6

Zach Braff directs and stars in this 2014 comedy about a struggling actor who finds himself taking a good hard look at his life and relationships.


The Expendables 3 - 8/6

It's take three with Sylvester Stallone's gang as they battle to destroy Expendables co-founder Conrad Stonebanks before he wipes them out first. Read our review from last summer here.


Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest - 12/6

The follow-up to the first Pirates blockbuster falls far short but still makes for fun watching. Johnny Depp is on top form as Captain Jack Sparrow - no wonder they're still dragging him back for more almost ten years later.


Sin City: A Dame To Kill For - 15/6

Head over to the dark side for a night in a city where 'there is no justice without sin'. Jessica Alba and Joseph Gordon-Levitt are among the star-studded cast for this action-packed sequel based on Frank Miller's graphic novels.


Palo Alto - 16/6

Gia Coppola's film festival darling is based on actor James Franco's 2010 short story collection. It's a drama about adolescence and everything that comes with it, aided by a talented cast, and earned four stars from our critic last year.


Pinocchio - 26/6

There's a live action remake of this Disney classic in the pipeline but you need to see the Oscar-winning original first. A puppet whose nose grows when he lies must prove that he has what it takes to be a human boy with the help of a cricket acting as his conscience.



All This Mayhem - 1/6

Two brothers' fierce bond sees them spiral downwards from the pinnacle of professional skateboarding into the self-destructive world of drugs.

What happened Miss Simone? - 26/6

Fans of blues singer and civil rights activist Nina Simone will enjoy this Netflix documentary about the High Priestess of Soul's life and legacy.

We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks - 7/6

Learn all about the creation of Julian Assange's controversial website that led to the biggest US security breach ever. Filmmaker Alex Gibney explores how the case has changed our attitudes to privacy and data protection.