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June promises a lot of series entertainment. Three hit series come to an end on Netflix alone. But these are not the only highlights.
Part two of the fifth and last season of the family sitcom “Fuller House” will be available from June 2nd. The spin-off of the hit series “Full House”, which was produced from the late 1980s to the mid-1990s, revolves around DJ Tanner-Fuller (Candace Cameron Bure, 44), Stephanie Tanner (Jodie Sweetin, 38) and Kimmy Gibbler ( Andrea Barber, 43). It is necessary to prepare a triple wedding, but it does not fail to reminisce.
The controversial Netflix series “Dead girls don’t lie” ends with the fourth season, which is available from June 5. Clay (Dylan Minnette, 23) and his friends are about to graduate. But they must continue to be on guard because the secrets of their past threaten their future. Someone wants to clarify that Montgomery “Monty” de la Cruz (Timothy Granaderos, 33) did not commit the murder of Bryce Walker (Justin Prentice, 26). Will the real culprit face himself? And what does that mean for the clique?
The finale of the popular comedy series “New Girl” will be available from June 9th. How does the journey end for Jess (Zooey Deschanel, 40) and Co.? There is a leap in time in season seven, three years have passed. Books are waiting to be written, preschools want to be impressed and long overdue marriage proposals have to be mastered.
On June 19 there will be replenishment of two series. In season two of “The Politician”, wrong play, a love triangle and a one-topic candidate make sure that the Senate election campaign that Payton (Ben Platt, 26) absolutely wants to win is getting really dirty. In the second season of “The Sinner”, which does not include former actress Jessica Biel (38), the investigation into a horrific traffic accident for Detective Harry Ambrose (Bill Pullman, 66) turns into one of the most complicated and dangerous cases of his career.
From June 24th there will be food for all binge watching addicts: The complete series “24” will then be available. Each season is about a 24-hour period in the life of Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland, 53) – a special agent in the fight against terror.
The end of the “Dark” trilogy is waiting from June 27th. Jonas Kahnwald (Louis Hofmann, 22) “is brought into a parallel world that seems to be a distorted effect of winds. As he tries to understand the connection between this world and his own fate, the other characters from his original world strive to cut the endless cycle of events that keeps them imprisoned ”. The German series received the Grimme Prize in the category “Fiction” in 2018.
From June 5, 2015, the corruption scandal surrounding FIFA will be highlighted in series form at Prime Video. “El Presidente” shows the sports scandal based on the story of Sergio Jadue (41). The insignificant Chilean football club chairman became the key figure in the so-called “FIFA Gate” alongside Julio Grondona (1931-2014), the notorious president of the Argentine football association. Karla Souza (34, “How to Get Away with Murder”), Andrés Parra (42, “Pablo Escobar: El Patrón del Mal”) and Paulina Gaitán (28, “Diablo Guardian”) are among the cast. The German dubbed version follows.
German free TV premiere of the second season of the crime series “FBI: Special Crime Unit” on Thursday, June 4 (9:10 p.m.), on Sat.1. Special Agent Maggie Bell (Missy Peregrym, 37) and Special Agent Omar Adom ‘OA’ Zidan (Zeeko Zaki, 30) are trying to combat terrorist activities, organized crime and serious crimes. In the season opener, an attack on a Syrian restaurant costs the life of a woman, and more people are injured. For Special Agent Omar, who has been visiting the restaurant for years, this is a special case.
From Monday, June 8th, ProSieben will continue with the 30th season of “The Simpsons”. Eleven episodes celebrate German premiere. To begin with, three episodes will be shown from 8:15 p.m. Homer, Marge, son Bart and daughters Lisa and Maggie have to deal with everyday problems as usual: unemployment, debts, school worries and environmental disasters.
The series “Penny Dreadful” (2014-2016) has received a dark spin-off. In “Penny Dreadful: City of Angels”, the Los Angeles of the 30s is the linchpin. The former “Game of Thrones” star Natalie Dormer (38), as a charismatic and mysterious demon Magda, causes fear and terror. Detectives Tiago Vega (Daniel Zovatto, 28) and Lewis Michener (Nathan Lane, 64) find themselves caught up in a whirlpool of supernatural events, occultism and burgeoning National Socialism. Season one starts on Monday, June 8th at 9:20 p.m. on Sky Atlantic.
The five-part short-form dramedy “Braked Out” is a special project. The series supports the #KunstNothilfe campaign. The five episodes will air on TNT Comedy, TNT Series and TNT Film on June 14 at 7:10 p.m. What’s the matter? Beate (Maria Furtwängler, 53) has lost the two most important things in her life: her husband and her driving license. Standing in front of the shards of her existence, she decides to put an end to her life. But when Beate sits in the driving simulator in the dark driving school, a video call window opens: A woman starts talking to her. She wants to kill herself. Before Beate can understand what is going on, the next person seeking help pops up on her screen.
The satire series “The Great” starts on June 18th at Starzplay. The series was penned by Tony McNamara (53), who was nominated for an Oscar in 2019 for his original screenplay for “The Favorite – Intrigue and Insanity” together with Deborah Davis. They won the BAFTA in the same year. “The Great” revolves around Catherine the Great, the longest reigning ruler in the history of Russia. Elle Fanning (22) and Nicholas Hoult (30) play the leading roles. Starzplay is available via its own app, the Apple TV app and Prime Video Channels.