Here’s What’s Coming to (and Leaving) Hulu in June

Here’s What’s Coming to (and Leaving) Hulu in June
Source: YouTube
Source: YouTube

If you're subscribed to Hulu, you have access to content other streaming services can't compete with. Typically, shows from cable and network TV pop up on Hulu months before its competitors. June's Hulu additions are no different. For example, now that The Good Wife has ended its run on CBS, you can catch the final season June 20. 

Also coming to the streaming service include favorites like two of Rick and Morty, the final season of The League and some cinematic classics in Carrie and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.

Below, you can check out the full lineup of what's coming to Hulu in June, as well as the titles that will leave the streaming service. 

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Coming to Hulu in June: 

June 1:

America's Got Talent, Season 11 Premiere

Maya & Marty in Manhattan, Series Premiere

Southland

Apocalypse Now

Apocalypse Now Redux

The Black Stallion

Carrie

Criminal Law

CSNY: Déjà vu

Death Wish 2

Double Whammy

Foolish

The Golden Child

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

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Ground Control

Hammett

Heartburn

In & Out

Iron Eagle IV: On the Attack

Midnight in Paris

The Million Dollar Hotel

Mulholland Falls

One From the Heart

The Presidio

The Rage - Carrie 2

Runaway Bride

Six Degrees of Separation

Sleepover

Switchback

Trading Mom

Ulee's Gold

W.

Wayne's World

June 2:

Master Chef, Season 7 Premiere

June 3:

La Seleccion, Season 2 Premiere (Caracol)

Barely Famous, Season 2 Premiere

Rules of Attraction

June 4:

Love & Mercy

June 5:

Life or Debt, Season 1 Finale

Miss USA 2016 – Special

June 6:

Rizzoli & Isles, Season 6

RuPaul's Drag Race, Season 8 Finale 

The Cokeville Miracle

June 7:

Casual, Season 2 Premiere (Hulu Original)

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Faking It, Season 3 Finale

Rosaline 

June 8:

Family Therapy, Season 1 Finale

June 10:

Burning Man

June 11:

He Named Me Malala

June 12:

30 for 30: OJ Made in America Part 1

Bar Rescue, Season 4 Finale

Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell, Season 2

June 13:

Famous, Series Premiere

Regular Show, Season 7 

June 14:

The League, Season 7

Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge, Series Premiere

Ink Master, Season 7 Finale

Awkward, Season 5 Finale

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June 15:

To Tell the Truth, Series Premiere

Uncle Buck, Series Premiere

Addicted to Fresno

Crazy About Tiffany's

June 16:

Married, Season 2

June 17:

Home Free

June 19:

We Bare Bears, Season 1

June 20:

The Good Wife, Season 7

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June 22:

Stand Up Guys

June 23:

La Viuda Negra II, Season Finale

June 24:

Elaine Stritch – Shoot Me

June 26:

Rick and Morty, Season 2

June 27:

Celebrity Family Feud, Season 2 Premiere

$100,000 Pyramid, Series Premiere

Match Game, Series Premiere

June 28:

Banished, Season 1

DCI Banks, Season 4

Houdini & Doyle, Season 1 Finale 

Leaving Hulu in June: 

Arthur

Caillou

Dinosaur Train

Wild Kratts 

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Miles Surrey

Miles is a staff writer at Mic, covering culture. He is based in New York and can be reached at miles@mic.com.

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