The Best New TV Shows To Watch: June 2024

There’s so much exciting new telly this month! Kick your feet up and enjoy the best new TV shows coming in June, 2024.

The Bear: season 3

June 27 on Disney +

Can you handle the heat? Everyone’s favourite high stakes, tension-filled chef drama returns for a third season this month.

The Emmy award winning series will once again have you on the edge of your seat and fully immersed in the stressful environment of working in a dysfunctional restaurant kitchen.

With the new business booming, Carmy continues to struggle with his work life balance and begins to spiral worse than before. After his explosive outbursts destroyed two of his closest relationships last season, we watch as his kitchen staff deliver some hard home truths.


Available now on Netflix

Set in 1980s New York City, this quirky thriller tackles a host of issues on the pursuit of a missing child.

Benedict Cumberbatch stars as Vincent, a children’s tv puppeteer with a serious attitude problem. His snarky comments not only impact his work, but have also fractured his marriage and home-life. His substance abuse issues begin to take a toll on his wife and his nine-year-old son, Edgar, who later goes missing after a lapse in care.

Following his son’s disappearance, Vincent is guilt ridden and spirals deeper into his addictions. His volatile behaviour alienates him from his friends, family, and coworkers, but his crazy plan to find his son isn’t as unhinged as it first appears.

Bridgerton: season 3, part 2

June 13 on Netflix

We were all left on a cliff-hanger in May when the first half of season 3 aired. The wait is almost over and fans can’t wait to see becomes of Colin and Penelope’s budding romance.

Without giving away spoilers from the book series, it’s clear from teaser trailers that Penelope’s secret identity is at risk of being revealed. Something which would severely threaten her proposed marriage to Colin, her relationship with the Bridgerton family as a whole, and further damage society’s view of her.

Penelope’s old friend Eloise is furious with her and threatens to tell her brother all about Pen’s hidden life should she refuse to be honest with him.

Presumed Innocent

June 12 on Apple TV+

This tv series adaptation of the 1987 novel of the same name stars Jake Gyllenhaal as Rusty Sabich, a prosecutor who becomes the prime suspect in the murder of one of his colleagues.

It tells the story of a horrific murder and sexual assault that upends the Chicago Prosecuting Attorneys’ office when one of its own is suspected of the crime.

Rusty Sabich’s web of lies and extramarital affair don’t bode well for his plea of innocence.

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Hannah McLaren

I've worked at DC Thomson for six years! I began as an intern at My Weekly and The Scots Magazine, which was extended by a few months to help out at The People's Friend. I then covered maternity as Celebrity Editor for My Weekly, before I became Multimedia Journalist at The Scots Magazine. Currently I'm writing digital content across each title.