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58 new titles on Netflix and the 26 additions to Amazon Prime in JuneThe third season of "Orange Is The New Black" is one of the many new options you'll have on Netflix in June. Meanwhile, Amazon adds some world-class movies and one horrible one.
Shining, firework and more on Netpicks. If your wondering what to watch online you've come to the right place because this is Netpicks. Where we let you know what's online to watch and what's going off line soon. Let's take a look at what's coming to Amazon and Netpicks for the month of June. First up, the biggest news of the month is that on the 26th of June you can watch Katy Perry, the Prismatic world tour. It's her third concert tour, it's on both Amazon and Netpicks. What's that? You don't care? Fine. Maybe you're more interested in "Orange is the New Black." Get ready to binge watch all 14 episodes of season three, June 12th on Netflix. Amazon's adding some world class movies, on June first you can watch Jack Nicholson be a loving family man in "the Shining." Marlon Brando fans, you get many hours of Brando, you can watch a long, or longer versin of apocalypse now, the regular version and apocalypse now redux with nearly 50 minutes of added footage. Those titles arrive on the first on amazon but watch one of the worst movies ever made, troll 2 on june first on amazon. It has no connection what so ever to the original troll, troll 2 was originally called goblins but the name was changed to leach off of the semi success of troll. Oh, and Troll 2 has no trolls in it! I'm sorry. Now let's talk about what's leaving Netflix. June 1, say bye bye to Bram Stoker's Dracula, Deep Blue Sea, G.I. Jane. Hatchet II, Ink Master: Season 1, Last Action Hero, Rain Man, Silence of the Lambs, and The Rocketeer. June 6, Crash goes away. Leaving on the 30th of June is Donnie Brasco, the 1998 version of Godzilla, and Taxi Driver. That's not even the complete list. Here's a full list of everything coming to Amazon Prime and Netflix for June. And here's a list of everything leaving Netflix in June. For a full list of everything coming and going visit cnet.com/netpics. That list changes, we'll even update it. I'm Iyaz, enjoy your show.