Upcoming series and movie premieres on HBO in June 2021

The platform celebrates this month the 20th anniversary of ‘The Lord of the Rings’ and the 40th anniversary of ‘Indiana Jones’.

HBO Spain has this month the return of some of its most anticipated original series: from Why they kill women to Genera + ion . A few days in which the fictions Rick and Morty and Adventure Time also return to the platform, as well as classic franchises such as The Lord of the Rings trilogy or the Indiana Jones saga , which celebrate their anniversaries.


If you are a good lover of the animation genre, this is your month with some great returns to streaming, which come along with the zombies of AMC, a new chapter in the history of the Golden State Murderer or the fight for the rights of the women.

Why do women kill ? Season 2 (June 4)

The Walking Dead . Season 10, Part 2 (June 4)

Betty . Season 2 (June 12)

Generate + ion . Season 1, Part 2 (June 17)

Dave . Season 2 (June 17)

Rick and Morty . Season 5 (June 21)

The faceless assassin. Bonus Episode (June 22)

Adventure Time. Far Lands – Obsidian (June 25)

Original documentaries

HBO Spain premieres in June the documentary directed by Nneka Onuorah and Giselle Bailey , which was present at the last Tribeca Festival. A story about discrimination in Nigeria through the lives of several young nonconformists, who fight for freedom of expression and plan their flight to the United States.

Legend of the underground (June 30)


The Peter Jackson trilogy that adapted Tolkien’s work The Lord of the Rings was being re-released in theaters these days to celebrate its 20th anniversary . After this launch, HBO Spain will also have in its catalog the films that have become a source of inspiration for all current directors. Similarly, the streaming service will also feature the Indiana Jones (40th anniversary) and Zoolander sagas . Adventures and laughter are guaranteed. Along with the aforementioned films we can find in June titles by Ken Loach, Woody Allen, Denzel Washington, Icíar Bollaín or Alejandro González Iñárritu , among other things.

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (June 1)

The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (June 1)

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (June 1)

The wind that shakes the barley (June 1)

In a free world (June 1)

Never turn off the light (June 1)

Magic Mike XXL (June 1)

One night to survive (June 1)

San Andres (June 1)

Word of mouth (June 1)

Just a kiss (June 1)

Cold pursuit (June 1)

Kickboxer: Retailation (June 1)
Zoolander (June 4)

Zoolander 2 (June 4)

Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life (June 4)

Near your house (June 4)

The Broken Crown (June 4)

Losing the North (June 4)

The Mist and the Maiden (June 4)

Time Trap (June 4)
Rainy day in New York (June 11)

Jack Ryan: Operation Shadow (June 11)

Diana (June 11)

Open Windows (June 11)

Colette (June 11)

A brilliant coup (June 11)

The Writer (June 11)

Vampire Academy (June 11)

Yuli (June 11)

Indiana Jones Raiders of the Lost Ark (June 15)

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (June 15)

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (June 15)

Indiana Jones and the Temple of the Crystal Skull (June 15)

Moon (June 15)

Ghostbusters (June 15)

The Tailor of Panama (June 15)
A long journey (June 18)

Babel (June 19)

Deepwater Horizon (June 24)

Fences (June 25)

Florence Foster Jenkins (June 25)

Non-Stop (June 25)

Captive (June 25)

Operation E (June 25)

The Literary Society and the Potato Peel Pie (June 28)

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