9 June, 2023
What To Watch Hong Kong June 2023 Netflix Disney+ Amazon Prime Apple TV: Never Have I Ever
What To Watch Hong Kong June 2023 Netflix Disney+ Amazon Prime Apple TV: Never Have I Ever

What To Watch In June: Netflix, Disney+ & More

9 June, 2023
What To Watch Hong Kong June 2023 Netflix Disney+ Amazon Prime Apple TV: Never Have I Ever

What’s new this month on Netflix, Disney+, Prime and more? A dash of comedy, some thrillers and a rom-com — here’s our pick of the best movies, shows and limited series to watch this June 2023.

Netflix, Disney+ and Amazon Prime (to name a few) are full of gems and binge-worthy watches, and we’re always looking for our next recommendation! There are plenty of brand-new and returning shows and films to add to your watchlist this June, so we’re helping you narrow it down, sharing our top picks for the month to save you from hours of scrolling through the library. This month, we’re highlighting thrillers with big names, an uplifting teen musical, a new Marvel limited series, and so much more…

Rather venture out? We’ve also got a list of the best movie theatres to watch a movie with your friends.

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What To Watch This June 2023

What To Watch Hong Kong June 2023 Netflix Disney+ Amazon Prime Apple TV: Deadloch


Now airing on Amazon Prime Hong Kong
The town of Deadloch is getting ready for its annual Winter Festival when the body of a local man washes up on the beach. Enter Eddie Redcliffe, an out-of-town big-town detective sent to investigate the death. This dark Australian comedy series is a refreshing whodunnit that will sure to have you in stitches.

Watch the trailer here.


Airs Wednesday, 7 June on Netflix Hong Kong
Hot on the heels of his latest Netflix show “FUBAR”, Arnold Schwarzenegger is back, this time with an intimate documentary series about his life. Follow Schwarzenegger’s incredible life from his bodybuilding days to his time in Hollywood up to becoming a Governor of California.

Watch the trailer here.

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What To Watch Hong Kong June 2023 Netflix Disney+ Amazon Prime Apple TV: The Crowded Room

The Crowded Room

Airs Friday, 9 June on Apple TV+ in Hong Kong
Want to binge a nail-biting psychological thriller series this month? “The Crowded Room” sees a young man (Tom Holland) arrested for a shocking crime and an unlikely investigator (Amanda Seyfried) who must dig to find out the truth before the real criminal strikes again.

Watch the trailer here.

Amy Schumer: Emergency Contact

Airs Tuesday, 13 June on Netflix Hong Kong
The Queen of raunchy comedy is back with another stand-up special. Amy Schumer talks all things marriage and family, including lasering her face, postpartum sex, her baby-naming disaster and even chewable Viagra, all in her trademark candid style.

Watch a clip here.

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What To Watch Hong Kong June 2023 Netflix Disney+ Amazon Prime Apple TV: Extraction 2

Extraction 2

Airs Friday, 16 June on Netflix Hong Kong
In the sequel film to one of 2020’s most action-packed flicks, Chris Hemsworth returns as Tyler Rake, a former Australian special forces agent with grey morals. “Extraction 2” follows Rake as he tries to save the family of a Georgian gangster, diving back into the underworld he barely survived the first time around.

Watch the trailer here.

Secret Invasion

Airs Wednesday, 21 June on Disney+ Hong Kong
It wouldn’t be summer without a new Marvel production to watch. This Disney+ limited series follows Nick Fury, who learns about a secret invasion of Earth by a group of shapeshifting Skrulls (you might remember them from Captain Marvel). He teams up with his trusty right-hand woman Maria Hill, as well as some new (and very star-studded) teammates, to investigate the threat.

Watch the trailer here.

World’s Best

Airs Friday, 23 June on Disney+ Hong Kong
If you’re looking for a teen musical to watch, check out “World’s Best”. 12-year-old mathematics genius Prem Patel finds out that his deceased father was a famous rapper. He quickly becomes obsessed with following in his father’s footsteps to pursue a career as a rap superstar.

Watch the trailer here.

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What To Watch Hong Kong June 2023 Netflix Disney+ Amazon Prime Apple TV: The Perfect Find

The Perfect Find

Airs Friday, 23 June, on Netflix Hong Kong
Gabrielle Union stars in this romantic comedy film about a high-powered Fashion Editor whose career comeback is threatened when she kisses a new co-worker at a party… who turns out to be her boss’ son. Tune in to watch sparks fly, secret romances and more.

Watch the trailer here.

Run Rabbit Run

Airs Wednesday, 28 June on Netflix Hong Kong
Fresh from her run “Succession”, Sarah Snook returns to our screens in this Netflix thriller about a fertility doctor who has to confront a ghost from her past when her daughter starts exhibiting strange behaviour.

Watch the trailer here.

What To Watch Hong Kong June 2023 Netflix Disney+ Amazon Prime Apple TV: Black Mirror

Series Returning To Hong Kong Streaming Platforms In June

  • Never Have I Ever: Final SeasonAirs Thursday, 8 June on Netflix Hong Kong
    It’s time to say goodbye to Mindy Kaling’s charming teen show, “Never Have I Ever”. The series’ fourth will be its final one, as we follow Devi’s hilarious antics one last time before she graduates high school.
  • Black Mirror: Season 6Airs Thursday, 15 June on Netflix Hong Kong
    Charlie Brooker’s “Black Mirror” returns this month after a long hiatus with a new anthology of terrifying stories. Chock full of amazing actors and its horrific visions of the future are sure to have you glued to the screen.
  • And Just Like That…: Season 2Airs Thursday, 22 June on Max Hong Kong
    “The Sex and the City” gang is back and this time, Carrie has to re-learn how to navigate life after losing her husband, Mr. Big, in season one. Don’t worry, she’s not alone for long because her ex-fiancé Aiden comes back into her life for what is sure to be a season of drama and glamour.
  • The Witcher: Season 3 Volume 1Airs Thursday, 29 June on Netflix Hong Kong
    The Witcher returns with its third season which will also be leading man Henry Cavill’s last hurrah as the titular character — before passing the torch to Liam Hemsworth. The season will be split into two, with the first part released in June and the second in July.

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What To Watch This May 2023

Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story

Now Airing on Netflix Hong Kong
Bridgerton fans, rejoice! As we await Season 3, Netflix has released a prequel miniseries that follows the (fictional!) Queen Charlotte’s younger years and her rise to power, as well as her passionate relationship with King George of England.

Watch the trailer here.

Star Wars: Young Jedi Adventures

Now Airing on Disney+ Hong Kong
The newest original animated addition to the Star Wars world, Young Jedi Adventures is set in the High Republic era and follows a set of Younglings as they start on the path to becoming a Jedi. The series is technically aimed at kid but Star Wars fans are sure to get something out of it too.

Watch the trailer here.

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Hannah Gadsby: Something Special

Airs Tuesday, 9 May on Netflix Hong Kong
Australian comedian Hannah Gadsby is back with another hour of hilarious stand-up. Filmed at the Sydney Opera House, Gadsby talks about a multitude of topics, ranging from her own wedding to a weird encounter with a bunny.

Watch the trailer here.

Queen Cleopatra

Airs Wednesday, 10 May on Netflix Hong Kong.
The latest instalment of Jada Pinkett-Smith’s documentary series African Queens, this second part of the series follows Queen Cleopatra, one of history’s most famous, powerful and misunderstood women. This series sets out to shed some light on her life, her loves and her greatest weapon: her intellect.

Watch the trailer here.

The Mother

Airs Friday, 12 May on Netflix Hong Kong
Starring Jennifer Lopez, this new Netflix original film showcases the singer-actress’s epic action skills. J-Lo plays the titular mother, a deadly female assassin who has to come out of hiding to protect the daughter she left behind years ago. Bad guys beware.

Watch the trailer here.

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Black Knight

Airs Friday, 12 May on Netflix Hong Kong
Set in a dystopian future where the world is devastated by air pollution, the survival of humanity depends on a group of special deliverymen called the Black Knights, as they navigate through the harsh landscape via unconventional methods.

Watch the trailer here.

Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie

Airs Friday, 12 May on Apple TV+ Hong Kong
Incurable optimist Michael J. Fox was an acting sensation in the 1980s, starring in some of the most beloved movies of the era. At the height of his fame, he was sadly diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease and has been living with it ever since. Hear his story in his own words in this new Apple TV+ documentary.

Watch the trailer here.


Airs Friday, 12 May on Amazon Prime Hong Kong
Acting-writing-directing duo Matt Damon and Ben Affleck’s latest film follows the (not so smooth) journey of Nike’s iconic Air Jordan shoes and the company’s struggling basketball shoe division as it faces competition against Adidas and Converse.

Watch the trailer here.

American Born Chinese

Airs Wednesday, 24 May on Disney+ Hong Kong
Coming off of the success of “Everything Everywhere All At Once”, “American Born Chinese” reunites Michelle Yeoh, Ke Huy Quan and Stephanie Hsu in a story about a struggling American-Chinese high schooler who meets a Taiwanese exchange school at his school and gets into hijinks involving gods of Chinese mythology.

Watch the trailer here.

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Airs Thursday, 25 May on Netflix Hong Kong
Arnold Schwarzenegger is back. In this Netflix series, he plays a CIA operative on the edge of retirement, who is forced back into the field after he discovers a family secret – and it turns out his own daughter, who is also a CIA agent, is his new partner.

Watch the trailer here.

Series Returning To Hong Kong Streaming Platforms In May

  • Queer Eye: Season 7Airs Friday, 12 May on Netflix Hong Kong
    The beloved Fab Five are back with another series of heart-warming transformations for their lucky heroes, but this time, they’re taking their talents to New Orleans.
  • Selling Sunset: Season 6Airs Friday, 19 May on Netflix Hong Kong
    There is no shortage of drama with the Oppenheim Group realtors and season 6 promises to shake things up with two new agents on the scene.
  • I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson: Season 3Airs Tuesday 30 May on Netflix Hong Kong
    American comedian Tim Robinson is back with the third season of his surreal sketch comedy show after a two-year delay.

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What To Watch This April 2023

War Sailor

Now airing on Netflix Hong Kong
Two merchant sailors are stuck in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean when World War II breaks out, leaving the unarmed civilians on the front lines of a war they never asked to join. What follows is a gripping sequence of life and death, where the two men struggle to survive and make it home.

Watch the trailer here.


Airs Thursday, 6 April on Netflix Hong Kong
Starring Ali Wong and Steven Yeun in lead roles, Beef is a comedy series where two chaotic individuals come head-to-head in a road rage. And the aftermath? Only more chaos, and probably an unlikely friendship.

Watch the trailer here.


Airs Friday, 7 April on Netflix Hong Kong
A period drama inspired by the true story of Varian Fry, Mary Jayne Gold and the Emergency Rescue Committee, all of whom risked their lives to help more than 2000 refugees escape occupied France on to the US during World War 2. 

Watch the trailer here.


Airs Saturday, 8 April on Netflix Hong Kong
A woman running her family’s noodle restaurant pushes herself to the limit after accepting an invitation to train under an infamous and ruthless chef, all to make it in the fine dining industry. If you watched The Menu on Disney+, you’ll find this movie to your liking, especially with the dark turns.

Watch the trailer here.

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Airs Wednesday, 12 April on Disney+ Hong Kong
Follow Jeremy Renner as he travels the world helping communities by working with expert builders to transform large, decommissioned government vehicles into everything from mobile dance studios to mobile water treatment facilities and more.

Watch the trailer here.

Longest Third Date

Airs Tuesday, 18 April on Netflix Hong Kong
Dating during the pandemic was no easy feat, but this couple who met on Hinge took it a step further when they went to Costa Rica for their third date and got stuck as the world shut down.

Watch the trailer here.

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Chimp Empire

Airs Wednesday, 19 April on Netflix Hong Kong
From the co-director of My Octopus Teacher comes a fascinating exploration of another intelligent species, chimpanzees. It’s no surprise that they mimic plenty of human behaviour, but did you know they too have their own complex social politics, family dynamics and dangerous territory disputes? Tune in to this nature documentary this Earth Day, narrated by Mahershala Ali.

Watch the trailer here.

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Secrets of the Elephants

Airs Saturday, 22 April on Disney+ Hong Kong
There’s more to these majestic mammals than meets the eye. This Earth Day release chronicles elephants’ journey from birth to death (especially due to poaching), and everything in between, especially a deep dive into their intelligence, emotions and behaviours. 

Watch the trailer here.

Series Returning To Hong Kong Streaming Platforms In April

  • Indian Matchmaking: Season 3 – Airs Friday, 21 April on Netflix Hong Kong
    Sima Taparia is back, this time taking her matchmaking skills to the global level across London, New Delhi, Miami, New York and beyond.
  • Workin Moms: Season 7 – Airs Wednesday, 26 April on Netflix Hong Kong
    The final season of the Canadian comedy series.
  • Sweet Tooth: Season 2 – Airs Thursday, 27 April on Netflix Hong Kong
    Gus and his fellow hybrids are held captive by the Last Men to find a cure for the Sick.

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What To Watch This March 2023

Monique Olivier: Accessory to Evil

Airs Thursday, 2 March on Netflix Hong Kong
A notorious French serial killer, Michel Fourniret carried out heinous crimes from 1987 to 2003 — but this docuseries isn’t about him. Michel died in prison in 2021, and his wife, Monique Olivier has been serving a life sentence. Now, a new wave of investigations questions whether Monique was a pawn or participant in her husband’s crimes.

Watch trailer here.

Daisy Jones & The Six

Airs Friday, 3 March on Amazon Prime Hong Kong
Based on the novel of the same name, Daisy Jones & the Six follows the story of a 1970s band fronted by two feuding, charismatic lead singers, Daisy Jones and Billy Dunne. After a sold-out show at Chicago’s Soldier Field, they called it quits; now, decades later, the band members agree on an ultimate confrontation.

Watch trailer here.

In the Name of God: A Holy Betrayal

Airs Friday, 3 March on Netflix Hong Kong
Four not-so-ordinary Korean leaders and chilling stories of how each one claimed to be prophets — building numerous churches, holding prayers and delivering fake promises, all the while targetting the vulnerable. This docuseries explores how these con artists used power to manipulate men and women, but be warned, there will be some distressing content.

Watch trailer here.

Finding Michael

Airs Friday, 3 March on Disney+ Hong Kong
In 1999, Michael Matthews became the youngest Briton ever to reach the summit of Mount Everest at just 22 years old but three hours later, he completely vanished and his body was never recovered. More than 20 years later, Michael’s brother, Spencer Matthews, receives a call that they may have found Michael’s body. Then the question arises, do they risk another life to bring Michael home? This is no question for Spencer who embarks on an extraordinary journey (alongside Nirmal Purja from 14 Peaks) on grief, hope and adventure.

Watch trailer here.

MH370: The Plane That Disappeared

Airs Wednesday, 8 March on Netflix Hong Kong
Perhaps one of the greatest unsolved mysteries of our time is the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Nine years later, the thought of an entire flight gone completely missing still sends shivers. Set across seven countries, this gripping documentary series from RAW uses powerful archives to reconstruct the night of the disappearance, along with three of the most contentious theories about the plane’s disappearance.

Watch trailer here.

Luther: The Fallen Sun

Airs Friday, 10 March on Netflix Hong Kong
Based on the TV series (also starring Idris Elba), this reimagined film adaption follows a detective behind bars and his frustration in not being able to do anything about a gruesome serial killer terrorising London. He breaks out of prison to finish the job by any means necessary.

Watch trailer here.


Airs Friday, 10 March on Netflix Hong Kong
16 lone wolves take part in this reality competition set in Alaska (the land of ice, bears and eagles), where they must outlast each other in the wilderness in an attempt to win one million dollars. But there’s a catch, they must work in teams in order to win, which is what they perhaps will find the most difficult.

Watch trailer here.


Airs Friday, 17 March on Amazon Prime Hong Kong
Created by Donald Glover and Janine Nabers, Swarm tells the story of Dre, who takes fandom to a dark and twisted level. This horror thriller television series promises plenty of dark turns and how obsession — especially celebrity worship — is not to be taken lightly.

Watch trailer here.


Airs Thursday, 30 March on Netflix Hong Kong
Ellis Dragon (played by Rob Lowe) is a universally admired, eccentric biotech entrepreneur working to make the world a better place, or well, at least he’s trying to. His son Jackson Dragon (John Owen Lowe) is the complete opposite of his father but his qualities may just be what Ellis needs to save his company from disaster.

Watch trailer here.

Murder Mystery 2

Airs Friday, 31 March on Netflix Hong Kong
Rising to fame and success by the whodunnit murder case on a cruise they previously embarked on, the second installation follows Nick (Adam Sandler) and Audrey Spitz (Jennifer Aniston) as they launch their own private detective company. This time round, they land at the centre of an international investigation when a friend is abducted.

Watch trailer here.

International Women’s Day Specials To Watch

  • The Breadwinner – Airing on Netflix Hong Kong
    Living under Taliban rule in Afghanistan, Parvana disguises herself as a boy to rescue her father from jail, braving danger around her.
  • Hidden Figures – Airing on Disney+ Hong Kong
    A true story of how three female African-American mathematicians played a pivotal role in astronaut John Glenn’s launch into orbit.
  • Little Women – Airing on Netflix Hong Kong
    Explore the bond of sisterhood as a writer paves her way to success, through hardships, love and much more.
  • Queen of Katwe – Airing on Disney+ Hong Kong
    Based on the true story of Phiona Mutesi, who took up chess aged nine despite not being in school and went on to compete in international tournaments.
  • Gangubai Kathiawadi – Airing on Netflix Hong Kong
    After being duped and sold to a brothel, a young woman takes control of the world she was once a pawn in. Based on the true story of Gangubai Kathiawadi,
  • The Trader – Airing on Netflix Hong Kong
    A travelling trader provides a window into rural life in the Republic of Georgia, where potatoes are currency and ambition is crushed by poverty.
  • Double XL – Airing on Netflix Hong Kong
    Relentlessly shamed for their weight, two women head to London to prove that the size of their dreams is the only one that matters.

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Series Returning To Hong Kong Streaming Platforms In March

  • The Mandalorian: Season 3 – Airs Wednesday, 1 March on Disney+ Hong Kong
    Pedro Pascal travels to Mandalore to redeem his past transgressions with his companion Grogu.
  • You: Season 4 Part 2 – Airs Thursday, 9 March on Netflix Hong Kong
    The second half of the latest series digs deeper into Joe’s stalker with even more twists and turns.
  • Shadow and Bone: Season 2 – Airs Thursday, 16 March on Netflix Hong Kong
    To stand a fighting chance against General Kirigan, Alina Starkov and Mal Oretsev rally their own powerful new allies and begin a continent-spanning journey to find two mythical creatures that will amplify her powers.

What To Watch This February 2023

Gunther’s Millions

Now airing on Netflix Hong Kong
Gunther VI is worth $400 million USD, travels only on private planes, eats gold-flaked steaks for dinner and leads the most luxurious life. He is also a German Shephard. But his owner, Maurizio Mian built an empire on behalf of his canine boss, including glamorous real estate purchases, controversial social experiments, and one of the biggest tax fraud schemes of all time. Uncover the truth behind the world’s most richest pet in this four-part docuseries.

Watch trailer here.


Now airing on Netflix Hong Kong
If you’ve been on streaming platforms lately, you’ll notice the trend of spin-offs. Same goes for “Freeridge”, a spin-off of American TV show “On My Block”. The coming-of-age comedy series follows sibling rivals Gloria and Ines and their friends Demi and Cameron who work to reverse a curse after a peculiar old box seems to bring misfortune — and more — into their lives.

Watch trailer here.

The Exchange

Airs Wednesday, 8 February on Netflix Hong Kong
Inspired by real events, “The Exchange” is based on how two women, Farida and Munira, set out to pioneer the cutthroat stock market of 1980s Kuwait — and disrupt its corrupt boys club along the way. The women-centric story is the next major Arabic-language Netflix original and this series is already considered to be a love letter to the empowering women who were pioneers of different industries during their time.

Watch trailer here.

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Bill Russell: Legend

Airs Wednesday, 8 February on Netflix Hong Kong
On the court, Russell went on to lead each and every one of his basketball teams to championships. Off the court, Russell was a force in the fight for human rights — marching with Martin Luther King Jr. and speaking out against segregation. This two-part film tells the life of Bill Russell’s remarkable life and the legacy as an NBA superstar and civil rights icon.

Watch trailer here.

7 Toughest Days

Airs Wednesday, 8 February on Disney+ Hong Kong
Dwayne Fields grew up around violent gangs and is a natural-born survivor who has stared death in the face his entire life. With his resilient nature, unmatched spirit and optimism, Dwayne ventures off to unexplored corners of the Earth to capture incredible moments on Earth only a few have witnessed.

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Your Place or Mine

Airs Friday, 10 February on Netflix Hong Kong
Debbie (Reese Witherspoon) and Peter (Ashton Kutcher) are best friends and total opposites. When they decide to swap houses and lives, Peter looks after the son of his best friend while Debbie pursues a lifelong dream for one life-changing week. For those looking for feel-good 2000s nostalgia, add this movie to your list either for Valentine’s Day or whenever!

Watch trailer here.

African Queens: Njinga

Airs Wednesday, 15 February on Netflix Hong Kong
As the first installation of the series “African Queens” – which will explore the lives of prominent and iconic African Queens – the first season will uncover the life of Njinga, the complex, captivating and fearless 17th century warrior queen of Ndongo and Matamba (modern day Angola). The nation’s first female ruler, Njinga, earned a reputation for her blend of political and diplomatic skill with military prowess and became an icon of resistance.

Watch trailer here.


Airs Friday, 17 February on Netflix Hong Kong
Yes, we’re pretty much glued to our phone (you may even be reading this on yours!) and perhaps the realness of the crimes in “Unlocked” is what makes this movie all the more terrifying. Na-mi loses her phone on her way home, but is later approached by a man who returns it. Relieved at first, Na-mi doesn’t expect her world to turn upside down when her every move is tracked, including her hobbies, tastes, work life, finances and social network.

Watch trailer here.

Call Me Chihiro

Airs Thursday, 23 February on Netflix Hong Kong
An unapologetic former sex worker starts working at a bento stand in a small seaside town. With her charismatic personality, she soon becomes a favourite in the town and brings comfort to the lonely souls who come her way.

Watch trailer here.

Blow Your Mind

Airs Friday, 24 February on Disney+ Hong Kong
“Blow Your Mind” is the owner’s manual to the most complex machine ever developed: your brain. Through mind-melting real-life experiments, hidden camera stunts, try-at-home tests and top notch animations, this short and punchy documentary aims to uncover the storm of unconscious processes that make up the human mind.

Watch trailer here.

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The Consultant

Airs Friday, 24 February on Amazon Prime Hong Kong
When a new consultant, Regus Patoff, is hired to improve the business of the app-based gaming company CompWare, employees experience new demands and challenges that put everything into question, including their lives. This upcoming workplace thriller sure looks promising, don’t forget to add to it your watchlist.

Watch trailer here.

Series Returning To Hong Kong Streaming Platforms In February

  • New Amsterdam: Season 3 and Season 4 – Now airing on Netflix Hong Kong
    Dr. Max struggles to balance life as a single parent whilst other characters too battle with their own issues.
  • The Proud Family – Louder & Prouder: Season 2 – Now airing on Disney+ Hong Kong
    Penny Proud spends time with her madcap family and her crew; based on “The Proud Family” series.
  • Harlem: Season 2 – Now airing on Amazon Prime Hong Kong
    Four ambitious best friends, Camille, Tye, Quinn, and Angie, navigate relationships and careers.
  • You: Season 4 Part 1 – Airs Thursday, 9 February on Netflix Hong Kong
    New year, new country, new persona – and yet Joe can’t seem to shake off his past.
  • Carnival Row: Season 2 – Airs 17 February on Amazon Prime Hong Kong
    Philo investigates a series of gruesome murders, while Vignette teams up with the Black Raven to plot payback.

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New On Netflix Hong Kong In January 2023


Airs on Netflix Hong Kong: Now Airing
The all-new compelling anthology series can be watched in any order and still make sense (as long as you don’t jump ahead to the finale!). “Kaleidoscope”, previously called “jigsaw,” unravels clue by clue leading to the big picture, or to one of the biggest heists shall we say. A team of masterful thieves attempt to crack a seemingly unbreakable vault for the biggest payday in history.

Watch the trailer here.

Copenhagen Cowboy

Airs on Netflix Hong Kong: Now Airing
This neon-drenched, Danish noir series follows Sui, who seeks justice and revenge after a lifetime of slavery. She traverses the ominous landscape of Copenhagen’s criminal netherworld where she comes face to face with her nemesis, Rakel. The two soon realise they’re not the only ones seeking vengeance, and there’s way more than what’s on the surface.

Watch the trailer here.

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The Pale Blue Eye

Airs on Netflix Hong Kong: Friday, 6 January
Set in 1830 West Point, “The Pale Blue Eye” stars Christian Bale as Detective Augustus Landor when a cadet is found dead in cold blood. Tragedy soon turns to savagery when the morgue discovers the cadet’s heart had been skillfully carved from his chest. What follows are dark turns and twisted tales that Augustus wouldn’t have seen coming.

Watch the trailer here.

Dog Gone

Airs on Netflix Hong Kong: Friday, 13 January
A heart-warming tale (based on a true story) starring Rob Lowe, “Dog Gone” – as the name suggests – is indeed about a missing dog but it’s also much more. Tune in as this fractured family embark on a tough journey across the Appalachian trail to find their beloved lost dog as they mend their faults. Yes, you’ll probably need a box of tissues next to you for this one!

Watch the trailer here.

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Airs on Netflix Hong Kong: Friday, 20 January
A Korean sci-fi thriller gets us just a little amped up! From the director of Train to Busan comes another masterpiece – “Jung_E” is set at a time when Earth becomes uninhabitable due to climate change, but humans do what they do best even in outer space, going head to head in wars. Yun Jung-yi is a legendary mercenary and military strategist with countless victories to her name but threat arises when the opposition tries to clone her brain to create the ultimate war machine.

Watch the trailer here.


Airs on Netflix Hong Kong: Friday, 20 January
If you like mythologies, or rather, alternative takes on classics, this one’s for you. “Shahmaran” is a Turkish fantasy drama chronicling around the ancient myth of the same name. Traditionally half snake and half woman, this series features Sahsu (the human version of Shahmaran) who seeks to find and confront her estranged grandfather. But soon, she finds herself in the midst of a legend.

Watch the trailer here.

You People

Airs on Netflix Hong Kong: Friday, 27 January
A good laugh never killed anybody! Add “You People” to your list for a fun, light watch. The movie stars and was co-written by Jonah Hill. Think along the lines of the movie “Why Him” but with Eddie Murphy as the headstrong father who needs convincing from Jonah Hill and all the cultural and generational differences added to the mix for extra laughs!

Watch the trailer here.

Cunk on Earth

Airs on Netflix Hong Kong: Tuesday, 31 January
You may remember Diane Morgan from “Death to 2020” and “Death to 2021”. Well, she’s back with another mockumentary about human advancements. Going by Philomena Cunk (previously on “Cunk on Shakespeare“), Diane comically looks through humankind’s journey from prehistory to the present day, from all the inventions, landmarks and more.

Watch the trailer here.

Series Returning To Netflix Hong Kong In January

  • The Way of the Househusband: Season 2 – Now Airing
    The comical manga series returns for a second season with the ex-yakuza member handling more househusband duties!
  • Ginny and Georgia: Season 2 – Now Airing
    Return of the drama series that asks the question, “How do you live with the knowledge that your mother is a murderer?”
  • The Walking Dead: Season 11 – Airs Friday, 6 January
    Catch the season finale of one of the most watched shows!
  • Bake Squad: Season 2 – Airs Friday, 20 January
    Four bakers selected by pastry chef Christina Tosi battle it out to see whose dessert will be chosen for a client’s extra special big day.

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New On Netflix Hong Kong In December 2022

Hot Skull

Airs on Netflix Hong Kong: Now Airing
In this Turkish dystopian thriller, the world is wrecked by an epidemic of madness that spreads through speech. Murat, a linguist seemingly immune to the disease, looks for a cure — leaving the safe zone and embarking on a journey within the ruins of Istanbul.

Watch the trailer here.

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Lady Chatterley’s Lover

Airs on Netflix Hong Kong: Now Airing
First privately published in 1928 in Italy, D. H. Lawrence’s “Lady Chatterley’s Lover” wasn’t openly published in the UK until 1960 — when it was the subject of a watershed obscenity trial. Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre directs this film adaptation, starring Emma Corrin (Diana in The Crown S4) as Connie, a married woman of wealth who begins secret trysts with the estate’s gamekeeper Oliver, played by Jack O’Connell (Skins, Godless, The North Water).

Watch the trailer here.

Harry & Meghan

Starts Airing on Netflix Hong Kong: Now Airing
From critically-acclaimed director Liz Garbus, this in-depth documentary series follows The Duke and Duchess of Sussex as they share their side of the high-profile love story that shook the British Royal Family. Volume I starts airing today (Thursday, 8 December).

Watch the trailer here.

Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio

Airs on Netflix Hong Kong: Friday, 9 December
This year’s other Pinocchio film! From the mind of Academy Award-winning filmmaker Guillermo del Toro and stop-motion legend Mark Gustafson, “Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio” presents and reinvents the beloved musical tale of a wooden puppet brought to life.

Watch the trailer here.

The Big 4

Airs on Netflix Hong Kong: Thursday, 15 December
From acclaimed Indonesian filmmaker Timo Tjahjanto, this action comedy movie follows four retired assassins who spring back into action when they cross paths with a straight-arrow cop who’s determined to track down an elusive murderer.

Watch the trailer here.

The Recruit

Airs on Netflix Hong Kong: Friday, 16 December
The internet’s former boyfriend Noah Centineo circa 2018 is back in this television drama — starring as a rookie lawyer at the CIA who stumbles into the dangerous world of international espionage.

Watch the trailer here.

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

Airs on Netflix Hong Kong: Friday, 23 December
In this standalone film (with a brand new story and cast!), Detective Benoit Blanc returns to solve a murder after a getaway on a tech billionaire’s private Greek island goes wrong. The star-studded cast includes Daniel Craig in lead, with Edward Norton, Janelle Monáe, Kathryn Hahn, Leslie Odom Jr., Jessica Henwick, Madelyn Cline, Kate Hudson, and Dave Bautista.

Watch the trailer here.

Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical

Airs on Netflix Hong Kong: Sunday, 25 December
Roald Dahl’s treasured tale moves back to England in this for-the-screen adaptation of the Tony and Olivier award-winning stage production (the 1996 film takes place in America!). Stars newcomer Alisha Weir as Matilda — an extraordinary girl with a vivid imagination and supernatural abilities — with Dame Emma Thompson as Misss Trunchbull and Lashana Lynch (Captain Marvel, No Time to Die) as Miss Honey.

Watch the trailer here.

The Witcher: Blood Origin

Airs on Netflix Hong Kong: Sunday, 25 December
Fans of the fantasy drama The Witcher (based on the book series of the same name!) will be eagerly anticipating this special prequel miniseries! Set more than a thousand years before the world of “The Witcher,” seven outcasts in the elf world unite in a quest against an unstoppable power. We can’t wait to see martial art superstar Michelle Yeoh in action!

Watch the trailer here.

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Airs on Netflix Hong Kong: Monday, 26 December
A limited series from the writer of Bridge of Spies, “Treason” sees the past catch up with the newly-appointed head of MI6 (Charlie Cox, “Daredevil”) after a reunion with a Russian spy — forcing his bright future to take a sharp turn. Expect secrets, lies and diplomatic relationships to all come to light.

Watch the trailer here.

White Noise

Airs on Netflix Hong Kong: Friday, 30 December
Based on the 1985 book by Don DeLillo, this Noah Baumbach-directed black comedy film promises to be hilarious and horrifying, apocalyptic but ordinary — and totally absurd. Stars Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig as contemporary American parents attempting to deal with the mundane every day and the possibility of happiness in an uncertain world.

Watch the trailer here.

Series Returning To Netflix Hong Kong In December

  • Firefly Lane: Season 2 – Now Airing
    For Kate and Tully, no obstacle is too big when it comes to their lifelong friendship. But is there one mistake that could tear them apart forever?
  • Too Hot To Handle: Season 4 – Now Airing
    Expect higher stakes, new twists and even wilder contestants. Will this be the season the retreaters finally break Lana?
  • Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area Part 2Friday, 9 December
    Thieves overtake the mint of a unified Korea. With hostages trapped inside, the police must stop them — as well as the shadowy mastermind behind it all.
  • Single’s Inferno: Season 2 – Tuesday, 13 December
    Hot and young singles trapped on “Hell Island” can only escape by becoming a couple with someone each night.
  • I Am A Killer: Season 4 – Wednesday, 21 December
    Premeditated deeds, tragic accidents or acts of self-defence? Murderers recount the harrowing crimes that landed them in prison with life sentences.
  • Emily in Paris: Season 3 – Wednesday, 21 December
    A year after moving to Paris for her dream job, Emily arrives at a career and romantic crossroads that will force her to decide where her future lies.
  • Alice in Borderland: Season 2 – Saturday, 22 December
    Arisu and Usagi try to unravel the mysteries of Borderland to return to the real world, meeting allies, enemies, and the mastermind behind all of the games.

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Editor’s Note: “What To Watch In May: Netflix, Disney+ & More” was most recently updated in June 2023 by Team Sassy. Special thanks to Ruth Chan for her contribution. 

All images courtesy of Netflix Hong Kong, Disney+ Hong Kong and Amazon Prime Hong Kong.

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