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What To Watch In June: Movies, TV & More

Our top picks for movies, TV shows and live performances in June

By Nicole-Marie Ng; Cover Image: Courtesy of Disney

Movies

1. Me Before You, Jun 2

2. Warcraft: The Beginning, Jun 9

3. The Conjuring 2, Jun 9

4. Finding Dory, Jun 16

5. Independence Day: Resurgence, Jun 23

 

TV Shows

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1. Roots, May 31

Premiere May 31, 9pm on HISTORY channel (StarHub TV Ch 401). Roots is a four-night, eight-hour event series developed by HISTORY, and is a historical portrait of American slavery recounting the journey of one family and their will to survive and ultimately carry on their legacy despite hardship.

2. Outcast, Jun 4

A highly anticipated American horror drama television series, based on the comics of the same name by Robert Kirkman the creator of the popular series, The Walking Dead.
Premieres Jun 4, 10pm on FOX.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hZSqu4lcQMY

3. Unreal, Jun 7

UnREAL is a provocative drama which gives a fictitious behind-the-scenes glimpse into the chaos surrounding the production of a dating competition program.
The show is slated to premiere on Lifetime (StarHub TV Ch 514) on 7 June, Tuesdays, at 10pm.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iEHlNDSfe1w

4. Famously Single, Jun 16

Of all the privileges that come with fame and fortune, the guarantee of finding true love is not one of them. Throughout the season, the celebrities will be tasked with unique yet entertaining exercises led by relationship expert Dr. Darcy Sterling.

Premieres 16 June, Thursdays at 10PM on E!

 

5. Orange Is The New Black, Jun 17

It’s back! The hit Netflix series that follows the lives of women in prison will be back in June for its fourth season. See what Piper and the rest of the inmates at Litchfield Penitentiary get up to next.

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Image: Courtesy of AFC

6. Jason Tastes Asia, Jun 23

Join popular host, Jason Yeoh (Axian) as he uncovers the history and culture behind popular dishes from Indonesia, Philippines and Vietnam.

Premieres on Thursday, 23 June at 10.00pm on the Asian Food Channel.

 

Live Performances

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1. Cameron Mackintosh’s Les Misérables, May 31 to Jul 17

After months of eager anticipation, fans will finally be able to catch Cameron Mackintosh’s Les Misérables in June

Book tickets here.

2. Nanta (Cookin’), Jun 3 to 5

The cooking and musical phenomena is back in Singapore once more! Watch their high energy performance during this one weekend only show,

Book tickets here.

3. Damien Rice, Jun 4

Catch singer-songwriter Damien Rice live in Singapore on Saturday, 4 June at The Star Theatre.

Book tickets here.

4. Gabriel Iglesias #Fluffy Breaks Even (R18), Jun 6

Back for the first time since 2102, Gabriel Iglesias is back with a brand new show that is certain to leave you sore from laughing. Check out or interview with Fluffy himself here.

Book tickets here.

5. Gentle Bones Live In Concert with special guests .gif (Jun 10) and Linying (Jun 11)

The notoriously shy Singaporean singer will make his debut concert on 10th June 2016. Due to his popularity, tickets were sold out within 10 days and a new show was opened, making him the first Singaporean artist to stage two shows at The Esplanade Concert Hall.

Book tickets here.

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