New TV Seasons Coming Out in June

By Mason Mallett | 31 May 2019 at 7:30pm

Get ready for a great month of TV as June brings us some BIG TV series that are returning to our screens for a new season. Be sure that you are up to date with these TV shows as you do not want to miss these exciting new episodes!

In this list, we will be taking a look at TV shows that have a new season returning – not TV series starting from season 1. All the shows are displayed in chronological order and will provide you with the season air date and where to watch the TV show.

Without further ado…

Love Island

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Love Island returns once again for its fifth season, presented by Caroline Flack and Iain Sterling, trying to be bigger and better than the previous season. This year the contestants are social media hunks, who seem to already have a big following. We even get to see the brother of famous boxer Tyson Fury enter the villa.

This has had a bit of a backlash on social media, with complaints that Love Island is now only featuring “perfect” bodies and people who are already partly famous, instead of random people we know nothing about, that are on the show to possibly find love, instead of a cash grab.

Love Island season 5 UK air date: Monday 3rd June 2019.
Channel: ITV 2 / ITV Hub.

Fear the Walking Dead

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The Walking Dead’s spin-off series Fear the Walking Dead returns for its fifth series! It seems like the Walking Dead franchise has been running forever now, but it definitely doesn’t look like it’s going to stop anytime soon. In this new season, we will see the survivors take on a whole new threat – nuclear walkers.

Fear the Walking Dead season 5 UK air date: Monday 3rd June 2019.
Channel: AMC (Exclusive to BT)



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The dark-comedy and surprise hit series Happy! continues for its second season, combining silly with brutality. The new season of Happy! is set in Easter and will have some new cast members joining the show. Jeff Goldblum is also said to be a guest star in the new season.

Happy! season 2 air date UK: Wednesday 5th June 2019.
Channel: Netflix

The Blacklist

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The Blacklist is a highly rated crime drama returning for its sixth season. The series so far has kept us on the edges of our seats with big twists and a great storyline. We’re hoping season six of The Blacklist can also deliver the same great quality.

Season six will build upon the storyline, which was revealed in the previous season’s finale. Apart from that there’s not much we can say without giving away any spoilers, so you’ll just have to watch it!

The Blacklist season 6 Uk air date: Wednesday 5th June 2019.
Channel: Sky One.

Black Mirror

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This is another season we have all been waiting for. The dystopian, odd and thought-provoking anthology series has kept us wanting more since the previous season, especially after the Black Mirror film Bandersnatch was released and now the fifth season of the series will be released this June.

As this is an anthology series, there’s not much we can say about the plot. All we know is that they will be weird and wonderful, making you question a lot of things afterward!

Black Mirror season 5 UK air date: Wednesday 5th June 2019.
Channel: Netflix.


Designated Survivor

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Cancelled by US network ABC, but saved by Netflix, season three of Designated Survivor will be released as a global original. In the new season, the series will focus on political campaigning, including tactics and fake news.

Designated survivor season 3 Uk air date: Friday 7th June 2019.
Channel: Netflix.

Killing Eve

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An amazing first season, which went viral around the world. Complete with cliff hangers, extremely good acting and a story, which gives you that binge-watch buzz, Killing Eve was rightfully granted a second season, and it’s coming out in June.

This is one we cannot wait for. Although the finale of season one, could have been made a little better, the rest of the season blew our minds.

Season two will follow directly from season one as the cat and mouse chase between a detective and a psycho assassin continues and a strange bond begins to grow.

Killing Eve season 3 air date UK: Saturday 8th June 2019.
Channel: BBC One.

Big Little Lies

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Released in 2017, the second series of Big Little Lies is coming to our TV screens. It’s been quite a bit of a wait for fans – originally the series was supposed to be a mini-series, but as it proved popular, it started filming for a second series.

The second season will keep the same big stars – Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon, and Shailene Woodley. The official synopsis of the second series is as follows: “The Golden Globe and Emmy-winning series is a subversive, darkly comedic drama, which will continue to explore the malignancy of lies, the durability of friendships, the fragility of marriage and, of course, the vicious ferocity of sound parenting.”

Big Little Lies season 2 UK air date: Monday 10th June 2019.
Channel: Sky Atlantic.


Jessica Jones

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Marvel fans, Jessica Jones is back in June! The new season will be its third season of the franchise and unfortunately its final season.

The story will continue where season two left off, but will see Jessica Jones take on a new case. Rest assured, the series will be action packed and as kick-ass as the first two seasons.

Jessica Jones season 3 UK air date: Friday 14th June 2019.
Channel: Netflix.

NCIS: New Orleans

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We all know what NCIS is, but you might not know that the spin-off series NCIS: New Orleans has a new season, that is coming out in June. The team is back in action and investigating complex crime cases in the fifth season of NCIS: New Orleans.

NCIS: New Orleans season 5 UK air date: Friday 21st June 2019.
Channel: FOX.

If you are interested in finding out more air dates for TV shows coming out in the UK, please check out our upcoming TV shows list here, which includes season renewals and brand new series.


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