June is going to be a fantastic month for Hulu. Hulu is breaking the streaming dam after a relatively quiet May, with a few high-profile original series — The Orville: New Horizons, Love, Victor, and Only Murders in the Building — as well as the original film Fire Island and one of the year’s best films, the Norwegian dark comedy The Worst Person in the World. Other networks’ next-day drops, such as FX’s The Old Man and The Bear and Free form’s last season of Motherland, are also helping.

Glee, a pop culture phenomenon that catapulted the careers of numerous performers, including its creator, Ryan Murphy, into the stratosphere, will return to streaming in June. After leaving Netflix last year, it is now available on Hulu.

We’ve compiled a list of what to watch on Hulu in June, as well as a list of what’s coming to and leaving Hulu during the month.

The Best Movies and Shows to Watch on Hulu in June

Glee (June 1)

Glee, Ryan Murphy’s high school glee club dramedy that lasted for a few strong seasons and then several disastrous seasons, is one of the few shows that has been significantly absent from streaming since it departed Netflix last year. Following Disney’s acquisition of nearly everything, the Mouse House is now available on Hulu as well as Disney+. Wherever you have wifi, you can now see Will Schuester (Matthew Morrison) sing “The Thong Song” to Emma (Jayma Mays) in her wedding gown.

The Last Tourist (June 1)

This video about how the tourism industry is killing the world will make you reconsider that trip to a third-world country where you planned to explain your Instagram photos from atop an elephant by contributing a few cash to the local economy. The Last Tourist is a favourite with critics, who praise film for its vital message and stunning vistas of these other locations. Yes, those beautiful sights will entice you to visit, but please don’t.
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New Horizons (June 2)

Seth MacFarlane’s underrated The Orville returns for Season 3 more than three years after it last aired, on a new network (it was previously on Fox), and with a new title, thanks to the pandemic delaying it into near-oblivion. It’s a fantastic homage to Star Trek when it’s excellent, with self-contained storylines spanning a wide range of genres and themes about humanity and technology. When it’s not quite as good, it’s a programme that can’t decide what tone it wants to strike. Moving to Hulu could imply greater special effects, which were already decent for a network sci-fi show.

Fire Island (June 3)

A homosexual rom-com with Asian male leads would have been unthinkable ten years ago. Thanks to progress, we now have the Hulu original Fire Island, a lovely film about a journey to New York’s famed gay men’s party location. Bowen Yang and Joel Kim Booster play friends who feel out of place on a week-long summer vacation and get up to mischief. So far, the reviews have been overwhelmingly positive.

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