What’s New on Netflix & Top 10s: June 9th, 2021

LA’S Finest – Picture: Sony Television Pictures

A very quiet start to the week in terms of new releases on Netflix, but as we get to the middle of the week there are some new titles we can finally talk about. So here’s what’s new on Netflix this week in the US and what’s trending in the top 10 right now.

As we mentioned in our weekly preview, this week’s additions mostly come out at the end of the week. This week is all about the animated feature release of Wishing dragon.

Now we come to our highlights of the new releases so far.

awakening (2021)

Genre: Action, adventure, drama
Director: Mark Raso
Occupation: Jennifer Jason Leigh, Gina Rodriguez, Ariana Greenblatt
Writer: Gregory Poirier, Joseph Raso, Mark Raso
Running time: 96 minutes

The big re-release, added to the Netflix original library this week, is the new movie starring Gina Rodriguez, in which an explosion caused all of the electronics to fail and people’s sleepiness.

Most of the reviews are missing from this action thriller a review lineawakening is bad. But at least it’s so bad that it’s often ridiculously ridiculous: Netflix may have a cult turkey in its hand. “

If you dive in, let us know what you think in the comments below.


Copenhagen (2014)

Genre: Adventure, drama, romance
Director: Mark Raso
Occupation: Gethin Anthony, Frederikke Dahl Hansen, Sebastian Armesto
Writer: Mark Raso
Running time: 98 minutes
Awards: 6 wins & 2 nominations

If you’d rather see a Mark Raso movie that was enjoyed by critics, Copenhagen is back on Netflix after leaving in 2019.

Here’s what you can expect from the indie romantic film:

“William makes his way across Europe to find the grandfather he never met and unexpectedly befriends a 14-year-old who changes the way he sees women.”


Vampire Academy (2014)

Genre: Action, comedy, drama, fantasy, horror, mystery, thriller
Director: Mark Waters
Occupation: Zoey Deutch, Lucy Fry, Danila Kozlovskiy, Gabriel Byrne
Writer: Richelle Mead (novel), Daniel Waters (screenplay)
Running time: 104 minutes

The week kicked off with the return of a 2014 teen thriller. Mark Waters is directing who you may know from directing Mean Girls and writing Heathers.

The vampire movie was last seen on Netflix in mid-2017 after being streamed for three years.

The movie is a jump by most reports, but if you are obsessed with vampires, give it a try.


LA’s Finest (Season 2)

Genre: Action, comedy, crime, drama, thriller
Occupation: Jessica Alba, Gabrielle Union, Duane Martin, Zach Gilford
Writer: Brandon Margolis, Brandon Sonnier
Running time: 60 minutes
Awards: 1 win & 1 nomination.

Our final highlight today is the final season of the Sony Pictures Television series, which aired on Spectrum.

Here’s what to expect if you haven’t seen Season 1 in January:

“In this spin-off from the ‘Bad Boys’ franchise, two police detectives are teaming up and trying to keep their tumultuous past – and differences – from interfering.”


Full list of new releases on Netflix for June 9, 2021

4 new movies added today

  • Awake (2021) Netflix Original
  • Confusion Na Wa (2013)
  • Copenhagen (2014)
  • Tragic Jungle (2020) Netflix Original

3 new TV series added today

  • Fresh, Fried & Crispy (Season 1) Netflix Original
  • LA’s Finest (Season 2)
  • Number blocks (seasons 4-5)

Top 10 movies and series on Netflix for June 9, 2021

# Movies TV series
1 2 hearts Sweet tooth
2 At home Lucifer
3 trouble Dirty John
4th extreme CoComelon
5 Monsters versus aliens Kim’s convenience
6th Army of the Dead Ragnarok
7th The Mitchells vs. The Machines Human: The world inside
8th Turned around The Kominsky method
9 The interpreter Who Killed Sara?
10 kidnapping Alone

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