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What to Expect From Disney+ this June: Comedies, Documentaries, Jedi and Dramas.

From Star Wars to comedies, fashion icons to women in charge, from documentaries to espionage; here are the upcoming releases that will enrich the Disney+ catalog starting next month:

June 5th is a big day for both Star Wars and Matrix fans, as Carrie-Anne Moss will be appearing in the long-awaited TV series, The Acolyte, which will finally debut with the first two episodes.

Among other new releases, starting June 7th, we will have Becoming Karl Lagerfeld: the series that will reveal the life story of the character amidst dramas, parties, personal conflicts, and glamour galore.

On June 12th, we can expect two new exciting arrivals starting with Season 3 of Abbott Elementary. This show is a comedy that follows a group of teachers at work, dealing with the public school system in Philadelphia, dedicated to helping their students.

While we’ll also return to "Welcome to Wrexham." Bought in 2020 by Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds, the fifth-division team hopes for a great comeback, and we will be hoping that Wrexham AFC will have fought their way up to the English Football League.

The next on the list is based on the namesake novel by Georgia Hunter, a New York Times bestseller.

We Were the Lucky Ones is a miniseries inspired by the true story of a Jewish family separated at the beginning of the war, who do everything to reunite. This television adaptation, starring Joey King and Logan Lerman, will be available for streaming starting June 19.

Finally, the last new entry is another TV series, starring Elisabeth Moss.

The Veil is a spy thriller that tells the story of a complicated and dangerous game of truth and lies between two women on a journey through Istanbul, Paris, and London: while one hides a secret, the other must uncover it before thousands of lives are put at risk.

Which of these new arrivals are you most excited for and what other projects do you hope to see on your screen soon?


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