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JUNE 4 “Queen Sugar - Season 7”
This drama’s seventh and final season picks up six months after the events of Season 5, with the Bordelons celebrating new beginnings as they continue to leave their mark on the community and honor the legacy of their family. Rutina Wesley, Kofi Siriboe, Omar J. Dorsey, Nicholas L. Ashe, Tina Lifford and Bianca Lawson star.
JUNE 6 “Cruel Summer - Season 2”
Set in an idyllic waterfront town in the Pacific Northwest, the next chapter of “Cruel Summer” follows the rise and fall of an intense teenage friendship. Approaching the story from three different timelines surrounding Y2K, the season twists and turns as it tracks the early friendship between Megan (Sadie Stanley), Isabella (Lexie Underwood) and Megan’s best friend Luke (Griffin Gluck), the love triangle that blossomed, and the mystery that would impact all of their lives going forward.
JUNE 7 “Somewhere Boy”
This BBC series follows Danny (Lewis Gribben), whose mum was killed in a car crash when he was a baby. Overwhelmed with grief, his dad Steve (Rory Keenan) bought a house in the middle of nowhere and locked Danny in, telling him the world outside was full of monsters waiting to take him away, just like they took his mum. When Danny turns eighteen, everything he’s ever known gets turned upside-down in an instant. He has to come to terms with a new world he never knew existed and find the real monster — the one that killed his mum.
JUNE 8 “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Season 16”
Back for a 16th Season, this riotously funny hit comedy series follows the owners of Paddy’s Pub in Philadelphia as they attempt to survive another year, this season sees Mac (Rob McElhenney, “Mythic Quest”) battle with allergies, Charlie (Charlie Day, “I Want You Back,” 2022) face his sisters, Dee (Kaitlin Olson, “Hacks”) fight for rent control, Dennis (Glenn Howerton, “A.P. Bio”) struggle with his mental health and Frank (Danny DeVito, “Matilda,” 1996) yearn for the past.