Alongside all the action-packed titles, Netflix is also going to give us some documentaries in June 2021. L
Netflix adds many different works to its library with every new month. Those works range from action-packed movies and series to little cute guides, or from Netflix original series to various types of documentaries. Just like in every month. Netflix is going to add some documentaries to its library in June 2021. Here are the documentaries that will be on Netflix in the following month.
Netflix June 2021 Documentaries
Breaking Boundaries: The Science of Our Planet (2021) (Netflix Original)
This is going to be a docuseries about the wreck the humans cause on the Earth. Sir David Attenborough and Johan Rockstrom are going to enlighten us on the biodiversity crisis of our planet.
The release date is June 4th. You can check out the official trailer below.
Kitty Love: An Homage to Cats (2021) (Netflix Original)
The plot is apparent, isn’t it? This is going to be a documentary about our lovely feline friends, and why we love them so much.
Netflix is going to release this documentary on June 5th.
Penguin Town (Season 1) (Netflix Original)
Yet another documentary about animals. The wholesome Penguin Town docuseries is about a colony of penguins that live in a South African coastal.
Netflix is going to release Penguin Town with its eight episodes on June 16th. Check out the trailer below.
Murder by the Coast (2021) (Netflix Original)
This is a crime documentary about the murder of 19-year-old Spanish girl Rocio Wanninkhof, taking place in Spain in 1999. It’s a Spanish-language documentary that will tell us about the unjust situations.
Netflix is going to release Murder by the Coast on June 23rd.
Sophie: A Murder in West Cork (Season 1) (Netflix Original)
This, too, is about a murder. This documentary will tell of the mysterious death of Sophie Toscan du Plantier, who was a French TV executive. The documentary will focus on the uncertainties surrounding the case, which happened 25 years ago.
Netflix is going to release this French-language docuseries with three episodes on June 30th.
Sisters on Track (2021) (Netflix Original)
This is about the emotional story of three sisters who are dedicated to be athletes despite the odds against them.
Coming to Netflix on June 24th.
Black Holes | The Edge of All We Know (2020)
This is a documentary about “the most mysterious objects in the universe,” namely, the black holes. It features the works of some iconic scientists including late Stephen Hawking.
Black Holes | The Edge of All We Know is going to be on Netflix on June 1st.
Wonder Boy (2019) (Netflix Original)
Wonder Boy is about a young designer Olivier Rousteing, and how he grows in fame and excels in his career.
This French documentary will be on Netflix on June 26th.
The World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals (Season 1) (Netflix Original)
This documentary is going to show us some amazing vacation rentals (very surprising!) such as Airbnbs, mansions, treehouses, or private islands.
The World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals Season 1 coming to Netflix on June 18th, 20201 and the official trailer below!
Sir! No Sir! (2005)
This is a documentary about the antiwar movement in the 60s and 70s. It’s around an hour and a half.
Coming to Netflix on June 15th.
Picture a Scientist (2020)
Picture a Scientist is a documentary exploring why female scientists are the minority in the industry by looking at all the sexual harassment and gender inequality problems.
It’s going to be available on Netflix in June 13th.
Human: The World Within (Season 1)
Have you ever wondered what your body is capable of? If yes, this documentary is for you. Looking at different individuals, this docuseries will show us the amazing things that our bodies can do.
Human: The World Within is a PBS docuseries with 6 episodes. It’s going to be on Netflix on June 4th.
This is a historical documentary exploring the anti-war movement (F*CK the Army or Free the Army).
Coming to Netflix on June 15th.
This Is Pop (Season 1) (Netflix Original)
This Is Pop is a Netflix original docu-series about popular music from the latest 70 years. It’s going to have eight episodes, each focusing on a different topic.
Coming to Netflix on June 22nd. Check out the trailer below.