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Fu­ture Man, Fox­tel On De­mand, starts June 7

Hunger Games star Josh Hutch­er­son plays (crappy) jan­i­tor Josh Fut­tur­man who suc­cess­fully com­pletes a com­puter game only to find out it was ac­tu­ally a re­cruit­ment tool and the game’s two main char­ac­ters are from the fu­ture and need his help in sav­ing the world — from the man who cre­ated a cure for her­pes. Ready Player One meets Space­balls.

Go­liath S2, Ama­zon, starts June 15

Billy Bob Thorn­ton (pic­tured) is back as Billy McBride, the for­mer high-fly­ing trial lawyer now work­ing in a mo­tel room and spend­ing more time at the pub than in court. But he still has that killer in­stinct and his heart is in the right place — even if he of­ten isn’t.

Queer Eye, Net­flix, Starts June 15

The Fab Five are back even quicker than first thought thanks to the pop­u­lar­ity of sea­son one of the re­make. An­toni (food), Tan (fash­ion), Karamo (cul­ture), Bobby (in­te­rior de­sign) and Jonathan (groom­ing) con­tinue to trans­form the “stylis­ti­cally chal­lenged” men of Ge­or­gia.

Went­worth Sea­son 6, Show­case, Fox­tel, starts June 19

This crit­i­cally acclaimed Aussie series, is back with more gritty sto­ries from Went­worth Prison. Leah Pur­cell and Susie Porter are thrown into the slam­mer this sea­son which will only add to its ap­peal.

Shooter S3, Net­flix, starts June 22

Ryan Phillippe is Bob Lee Swag­ger, a re­tired ex­pert marks­man who was, in sea­son one, framed in the assassination of the visit­ing Ukrainian pres­i­dent. Shooter is one of those series where you don’t have to think too hard but can still en­joy the ac­tion.

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