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Everything Coming to Netflix the Week of June 21, 2021

Ryan Hansen and Iliza Shlesinger in a scene from "Good on Paper."
Ryan Hansen and Iliza Shlesinger star in Good On Paper. Netflix

Welcome back to another installment of “What to Binge Watch This Week.” To help you make your selection, we’ve rounded up the movies, TV shows, documentaries, and everything in-between hitting Netflix this week, and the list doesn’t disappoint.

To make your watchathon easier, here’s everything coming to Netflix the week of June 21, 2021:

  • June 22:
    • This Is Pop: This documentary explores the history of pop music through Billboard charts, festivals, and pop culture.

  • June 23:
    • Good on Paper: In this comedy, a woman meets a man on a plane who appears perfect until things start getting weird.
    • The House of Flowers: The Movie: Siblings make a plan to break into their family home to retrieve a treasure.
    • Murder by the Coast: True crime fans will want to check out this documentary about a murder in Spain.
    • Too Hot to Handle: Season 2: Single people are sent to an island but have to remain celibate to win $100,000.

  • June 24:
    • Godzilla Singular Point: A Godzilla anime.
    • The Naked Director: Season 2: The second season of the show about a filmmaker changing the industry.
    • The Seventh Day: A new priest is training with an exorcist when their own demons begin to surface.
    • Sisters on Track: This documentary tells the story of the three Sheppard sisters who excel in track while living in a shelter with their single mother.

  • June 25:
    • The A List: Season 2: The second season of the supernatural teenage thriller.
    • The Ice Road: A truck driver joins a team trying to get rescue supplies to a team of trapped miners.
    • Sex/Life: A woman begins questioning her relationship while revisiting her daring past.
  • June 26:
    • Wonder Boy: Balmain creative director Olivier Rousteing is profiled in this documentary.
  • June 27:
    • Killing Them Softly: Brad Pitt stars in this film about a hitman hired to track down petty thieves who stole from a mob poker game.
    • The Seven Deadly Sins: Dragon’s Judgement: A princess tracks down a group of knights to help save her kingdom in this anime.
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