Best Movies & TV Series June 2024: The Bear Season 3, Hit Man and More

Have you caught up with them yet?
By: Iffah Salleh
June 16, 2024

Are you up to date with the latest entertainment buzz this month? Dive into the tear-jerking sensation How To Make Millions Before Grandma Dies, catch the newest season of the award-winning TV series The Bear, or enjoy the laughs with Netflix’s comedy movie Hit Man. Which one piques your interest?

Let us know which one is your top pick to kick off your entertainment this month!

Best Movies & TV Series June 2024

1. How To Make Millions Before Grandma Dies

In How To Make Millions Before Grandma Dies, prosperity and abundance initially mean differently for M (Billkin), a teenage boy from a Thai-Chinese family who drops out of school to chase his dream of becoming a game caster.

However, his priorities shift when he learns his beloved grandmother, Amah (Usha Seamkhum), has been diagnosed with cancer. Initially seeing her illness as an opportunity to inherit her property, M decides to take on her care, following the advice of cousin Mui, who cared for their grandfather.

As M’s hidden agenda of winning Amah’s favour progresses, their bond deepens, transforming his motives and turning their lukewarm relationship into a profound, life-changing connection.

Now showing in the cinema.

2. House Of The Dragon Season 2

In House of the Dragon Season 2, the Targaryen dynasty faces a brutal divide following the coronation of King Aegon II and the tragic death of Queen Rhaenyra’s son. King Aegon II, ruling from the Iron Throne in King’s Landing with the backing of Alicent and the formidable Green Council, enjoys the protection of Westeros’ largest dragon. Meanwhile, from her exile on Dragonstone, Queen Rhaenyra and her Black Council strategize their next move. As tensions escalate, both factions vie for the allegiance of Westeros’ great houses, assembling formidable armies and a host of dragons. The looming civil war threatens to engulf the realm in fire and blood.

Stream it now on HBO GO

3. Bridgerton Season 3, Part 2

Season three of Bridgerton delves deeply into the evolving romance between Colin Bridgerton and Penelope Featherington, capturing their journey from friends to lovers against the backdrop of Regency-era high society. The finale, released on Thursday, intricately weaves together various plot threads, setting the stage for future intrigues and romances within the ton. As the season concludes, viewers are left with a tantalizing glimpse of what lies ahead for Colin, Penelope, and other beloved characters, ensuring that their stories will continue to unfold in surprising and captivating ways.

Stream it now on Netflix.

4. The Bear Season 3

Spoiler Alert! While the cast remains tight-lipped about plot details, filming snapshots suggest a significant character’s demise. The images show cast members, including Jeremy and Ayo, dressed in black, seemingly attending a funeral. Fans speculate that the deceased could be Marcus’s mother, as the season two finale hinted at her potential death when Marcus misses multiple calls from her nursing home.

Stream it now on Disney+ Hotstar.

5. Hit Man

Inspired by an incredible true story, “Hit Man” follows a straight-laced professor who unexpectedly uncovers his hidden talent as a fake hitman. His life takes an exhilarating turn when he meets a client who steals his heart, setting off a whirlwind of deception, delight, and tangled identities.

As Gary adopts various false identities to help the local police catch criminals, his carefully constructed facade begins to unravel, leading to unforeseen complications and thrilling twists.

Stream it now on Netflix.

6. The Acolyte

Star Wars: The Acolyte delves into a gripping investigation that pits a revered Jedi Master against a formidable warrior from his past. With new episodes streaming on Disney+ every Tuesday, join us as reflects on standout moments and intriguing connections in this latest installment of the Star Wars saga.

Stream it now on Disney+ Hotstar.

7. Presumed Innocent

In Presumed Innocent, prosecuting attorney Raymond Horgan (Brian Dennehy) tasks his chief deputy, Rusty Sabitch (Harrison Ford), with investigating the rape and murder of their colleague, Carolyn Polhemus (Greta Scacchi), unaware that Rusty had a torrid affair with her. As evidence mounts against Rusty, Horgan’s political adversaries call for his arrest, leaving Rusty’s wife, Barbara (Bonnie Bedelia), devastated. Desperate to clear his name, Rusty enlists the help of the shrewd defense attorney Sandy Stein (Raul Julia), only to be shocked by the revelations that unfold during his trial.

Stream it now on Apple TV+.

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