What’s on Netflix Singapore in June 2023

Highlights include the Season 3 of famed fantasy series The Witcher.

Maisy Phua

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Published: 26 May 2023, 11:53 AM

Here’s another reason to look forward to the fast-approaching June holidays: Netflix has announced its lineup of new releases for the coming month.

These include new Asian Netflix originals and the return of some of its most popular series, such as The Witcher starring Henry Cavill for his last season before handing the reins over to Liam Hemsworth.

Here are five shows to look forward to on Netflix in June 2023:

1. The Witcher: Season 3 Volume 1

If you’re a fantasy lover or just in love with star actor Henry Cavill – you’re in luck! Netflix has announced the return of Emmy-nominated fantasy drama The Witcher.

The Witcher follows Geralt, a mutated monster hunter, as he struggles to find his place in a world where people often prove more wicked than beasts.


The show is based on a popular book series by Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski, which was also turned into a popular video game series. PHOTO CREDIT: NETFLIX SINGAPORE


While there’s been no absence of death and destruction in the first two seasons of The Witcher, Season 3 will raise the stakes further with competing factions hunting for Ciri, who is now acknowledged as being the most powerful being on the continent.

The series stars Justice League’s Superman Henry Cavill as Geralt, Anya Chalotra as Yennefer, and Freya Allen as Ciri.

The Witcher season 3 will be released in two parts, with Season 3 Volume 1 out on Jun 29 and Season 3 Volume 2 on Jul 27.

2. Bloodhounds

If you’re an avid watcher of crime shows, this new South Korean drama series is a must-watch.

The webtoon-based drama will follow three friends working for a benevolent moneylender as they band together to take down a ruthless loan shark who preys on the financially desperate.


Woo Do Hwan, who plays Kim Geon Woo, and Lee Sang Yi, who plays Hong Woo Jin, lead the star-studded cast in this series. PHOTO CREDIT: NETFLIX SINGAPORE


One of the most anticipated Korean series of the year, Bloodhounds is written and directed by Jason Kim, a South Korean director well known for successful films including Park Seo Joon’s Midnight Runners, The Divine Fury, and My Heart Puppy.

The series will be available from Jun 9.

3. Human Resources: Season 2

Netflix has introduced another run of the beloved adult animated sitcom Human Resources, first streamed in March, 2022.

Following its wildly successful predecessor Big Mouth, Human Resources is a workplace comedy following the daily lives of Hormone Monsters, Depression Kitties, Shame Wizards and other creatures that help humans journey from puberty to parenthood.


Featuring 10 episodes, the new season will also include guest stars Florence Pugh, Miley Cyrus, Eugene Levy and Isabella Rossellini. PHOTO CREDIT: NETFLIX SINGAPORE


Based on Jenny Han’s best-selling novel trilogy, The Summer I Turned Pretty, the second season begins with Belly battling over which of her close friends, Conrad or Jeremiah, can have her heart. 

The drama will continue on Jun 9.

4. Never Have I ever: Season 4

Fans of teen comedy series Never Have I Ever will be delighted to hear that Netflix has teased the upcoming arrival of the show’s fourth and final season.

Never Have I Ever follows first-generation Indian-American teenager, Devi, as she strives to improve her status at school while struggling with obstacles originating from her friends, family and feelings.


The show’s creator, Mindy Kaling, decided to end the series with Devi’s high school graduation instead of continuing the series via the common trope of having all the characters go to the same college. PHOTO CREDIT: NETFLIX SINGAPORE


Viewers can look forward to a riveting conclusion to the Devi-Ben-Paxton love triangle, with the final season picking up after Paxton graduates and Devi seems to move forward with Ben.

The new season will premiere on Jun 8.

5. The Days

If you’re a drama or a thriller buff, this might be a good series for you.

Japanese historical thriller The Days follows the real-life repercussions of the Tohoku earthquake over a seven day period.

The Days depicts three different viewpoints from survivors involved with the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant when it experienced an extreme crisis caused by the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami. 


Lead actor Koji Yakusho’s character is based on a real survivor who worked as a plant manager at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in 2011 when the earthquake and tsunami struck Japan. PHOTO CREDIT: NETFLIX SINGAPORE


The viewpoints are from government officials, Tokyo Electric Power Company employees, and employees at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant.

Featuring eight episodes, the first season will premiere on Jun 1.

You can check out the full listing of upcoming titles coming to Netflix in June here.

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