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Now that the weather is getting hotter, there will be some days when the air-conditioned comfort of your own home will be infinitely better than roasting on the beach. Thankfully, Netflix has us covered with a batch of new movies, TV shows and comedy specials to provide a wide variety of entertainment.

Coming up on Netflix is a new season of Orange is the New Black, the latest season of Agents of SHIELD, the fifth season of Arrow, the new Netflix original series GLOW, and a second season of Flaked. Plus, there are a slew of new movies coming to the streaming service.

Below, we’ve compiled the list of TV shows and movies coming to Netflix in June 2017, starting with our personal recommendations. 

13 Going On 30 Musical

13 Going on 30

If you’re rolling your eyes at this selection, it must be hard for you to feel joy. Though it’s a retooled remake of Big, this romantic comedy is full of charm, largely thanks to an outstanding performance by Jennifer Garner as a 13 year old girl in a 30 year old woman’s body, not to mention the presence of Mark Ruffalo as the man she falls in love with. It’s funny and just plain wonderful, and it’s being turned into a Broadway musical as well. Available now.

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The Sixth Sense

The movie that turned M. Night Shyamalan into a household name is coming to Netflix. Now that the director appears to be on a new hot streak with The Visit and Split revitalizing his sullied reputation, now could be a good time to revisit the movie that introduced us to Shyamalan’s signature twist narrative and provided pop culture with a memorable line that has been parodied countless times since then. Available now.

Young Frankenstein In Theaters

Young Frankenstein

They just don’t make parodies like this anymore. Mel Brooks was the best at spoofing movies from a specific genre, and with Young Frankenstein, he took aim at old monster movies. Gene Wilder gives one of the best performances of his career in this Frankenstein parody that respectfully mocks that classic movie that came before it. If your only experience with spoofs comes from Scary Movie or other movies of its ilk, give this a watch to see how a comedy legend does it. Available now.

Zodiac

Zodiac

True crime dramas are all the rage right now, so what better time to take a look back at David Fincher’s masterful Zodiac? The director immerses us in the 1970s and makes a an unsolved murder mystery all the more compelling by giving us rich characters who all have a key part to play. With a cast that includes Jake Gyllenhaal, Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo and Chloë Sevigny, it’s one of the best crime dramas in recent memory. Available now.

Oh Hello

Oh Hello! on Broadway

Since I never got a chance to see John Mulaney and Nick Kroll do their amazing live show as George St. Geegland and Gil Faizson respectively, I’m so glad that Netflix is bringing this to their library. All the behind the scenes videos and teases of this live show looked positively hilarious, and it will be nice to see it in some form, even if every show was different thanks to the array of special guests that were brought on stage throughout it’s run on Broadway. Available June 13.

Moana Honest Trailer

Moana

For my money, this movie outshines Frozen, both in the story and soundtrack department. The songs in this movie are catchy as hell, and as a whole, more clever than some of the tracks on the aforementioned hit from Walt Disney Animation. Auli’i Cravalho makes for a promising new talent as the titular character and Dwayne Johnson brings his infinite amount of charisma to add even more to the proceedings. It’s a lovely animated, musical adventure on the sea. Available June 20.

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