The best additions to NOW TV in June 2022
There’s a fantastic mix of award-winning performances and thought-provoking drama on offer in June on NOW TV.
On June 2, the new science-fiction drama The Midwich Cuckoos sees a seemingly ordinary English town hit by a terrifying and unnatural phenomenon.
Then there’s a new drama about the real life corruption of Baltimore Police Department, starring Jon Bernthal, on June 7.
And don’t let the controversy stop you enjoying Will Smith’s acclaimed turn in King Richard, which sees the star portray the father of Venus and Serena Williams. Tune in from June 24.
Here are our top NOW TV picks for June 2022:
1. The Midwich Cuckoos
A bizarre supernatural phenomenon rocks a small English commuter town.
Available on June 2
2. The Matrix Resurrections
Keanu Reeves returns to the hit franchise for a new revival, which sees Neo face off against the Matrix once more.
Available on June 3
3. Scouting For Girls: Fashion’s Darkest Secret
A new documentary unveils the darker side of the fashion industry, which saw powerful men get away with abhorrent crimes.
Available on June 6
4. We Own This City
Jon Bernthal stars in a new drama chronicling the rise and fall of the Baltimore Police Department’s Gun Trace Task Force.
Available on June 7
5. Last Seen Alive
Gerard Butler stars in this thriller about a man whose wife goes missing in mysterious circumstances.
Available on June 10
6. The Lazarus Project
Papa Essiedu stars as a man who encounters a secret organisation, The Lazarus Project, who manage human time travel.
Available on June 16
7. The Electrical Life of Louis Wain
Benedict Cumberbatch stars as Louis Wain, the eccentric cat artist who transformed the public perception of cats in the UK.
Available on June 19
8. Young Rock (Season 2)
The second series of the sitcom about the childhood of the superstar wrestler and actor.
Available on June 24
9. King Richard
The Academy Award-winning film about the man who raised tennis superstars Venus and Serena Williams.
Available on June 24
10. Westworld (Season 4)
The Emmy-winning fantasy series returns for season four.