New on Amazon Prime in June 2021: every movie and TV show coming to the platform this month
Amazon has revealed the films and shows joining Prime Video UK in June 2021.
The streaming service will see the addition of National Theatre plays starring Ian McKellen and Phoebe Waller-Bridge, new horrors including Saint Maud and cult favourites like Legally Blonde.
The films and shows will all be available to stream for free in June 2021 in the UK as part of a Prime Video subscription, which costs £7.99 per month or £79.99 per year and comes with a 30-day free trial.
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The streaming service will kick off the month in the UK with the release of modern horror films Saint Maud and Mother! on 1 June.
Last month Saint Maud was terrifying viewers in the US after it was released for the first time in the country on Prime Video and Hulu.
The film which is described as having a “decidedly queer gaze,” follows live-in nurse Maud who is assigned to a famous dancer, now frail and isolated from illness.
The woman, Amanda, is intrigued by the religious young woman, while Maud – who is not all that she seems – in turn is bewitched by her new patient.
Prime Video UK will also bring subscribers a host of National Theatre plays in June 2021, including Fleabag, Hamlet and Frankenstein.
Viewers will also get the chance to watch Ian McKellen On Stage for the first time on the small screen, which sees the actor and gay icon perform extracts from some of his best performances to celebrate his 80th birthday.
Meanwhile Phoebe Waller-Bridge will star in the one woman stage show, Fleabag which was famously adapted into an award-winning BBC series.
She previously teamed up with Prime Video in 2020 to raise funds for theatre workers affected by the pandemic, making the play available on the service for a limited amount of time.
But now it will be ready to stream by UK Amazon Prime subscribers at any time from 11 June 2021, and you can watch the trailer below.
Plus you can watch some classics including Legally Blonde and its sequel which stars Reese Witherspoon as the inspiring Harvard Law student, Elle Woods.
Both films will join the streaming service this month, so you can relive all of the iconic moments including this Oscar-worthy one below.
the cinema peaked right here, legally blonde really deserved an oscar.pic.twitter.com/q7VfHjtNuQ
— Pop Culture (@Culture2010s) May 27, 2021
Reese Witherspoon recently announced that a third instalment is coming in 2022, which will be written by Mindy Kaling and will give us all the endorphins we ever needed.
- Justice League
- Saint Maud
- Bad Teacher
- Dom, season one
- The Outpost
- When Eagles Dare
- The Interpreter
- The Departed
- National Theatre series
- Clarkson’s Farm
- Legally Blonde
- Legally Blonde 2
- Love Rosie
- Godzilla: King of the Monsters
- Our Friend
- Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit
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