There are some interesting films that will keep your attention on the small screens when they arrive on streaming platforms this week. Be it ‘I Saw The TV Glow‘ or ‘Unsung Hero’, the set of films dropping in this week are spread across different genres, giving your eyes a superb treat as you gear up for Father’s Day 2024, that falls this weekend.

Netflix’ latest release: If you are a fan of animation, Ultraman: Rising has you covered

Netflix has released a superb set of animation content in reason times and Ultraman: Rising seems to be the icing on the cake as it comes to the premium streaming platform on June 14. Directed by Shannon Tindle and John Aoshima, the story revolves around around Ken Sato, a talented but egotistical baseball player, who also leads a double life.

Oscar nominee director-actor brings Monkey Man to Peacock

Monkey Man will be a great watch this June as it is the handiwork of Oscar-nominee Dev Patel who makes his directorial-debut with this particular film, which is headed to Peacock. This 113 minutes film, stars the director himself, alongside Sharlto Copley, Pitobash, Vipin Sharma, Sobhita Dhulipala in pivotal roles.

‘I Saw The TV Glow’, ‘Origin’ and ‘Brats’ are the star releases on streaming platforms

If you are a fan of horror and haven’t heard of ‘I Saw The TV Glow’ yet, then it is a bad miss. But, all is not lost yet, as it available to buy on Prime Video now and you can sit back and watch it at your leisure.

Meanwhile, something awesome is cooking at Hulu, as Origin and Brats have finally arrived on Hulu and these are the two films you definitely should not miss this June.


1. Who is the director of Origin?
Origin, a film that released last year, and is currently arriving on streaming platforms like Hulu, has been directed by the notable Ava DuVernay. 2. Where can I watch Brats online?
Brats can be streamed exclusively on Hulu as it arrives this week. Directed by the popular Andrew McCarthy, Brats is a rather emotional reunion documentary.

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