AMC Networks June 2024 Lineup with ‘Orphan Black: Echoes,’ ‘Domino Day,’ and More

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AMC Networks has dropped its June lineup across its streaming services, including AMC+, Acorn TV, ALLBLK, Shudder, Sundance Now, and HIDIVE. From gripping originals to exclusive films and beloved franchises, here’s what viewers can look forward to this month:

Acorn TV:

‘My Life is Murder’ Season 4 (Acorn TV Original Series)

The fourth season of ‘My Life is Murder’ premieres on Acorn TV and BBC America on June 17 at 9 PM ET/PT. This season promises eight new mysteries, each set in a unique world, as the inimitable Alexa Crowe (Lucy Lawless) takes on diabolical killers. Joining her are tech guru Madison (Ebony Vagulans) and café owner Reuben (Joe Naufahu), with brother Will (Martin Henderson) and detective Harry (Rawiri Jobe) lending their support. Get ready for a thrilling ride as Alexa and her team unravel complex crimes.

‘Harry Wild’ Season 3 (Acorn TV Original Series)

The crime-solving duo of Harry (Jane Seymour) and Fergus (Rohan Nedd) return for the third season of ‘Harry Wild,’ with new episodes airing every Monday on Acorn TV and BBC America until the season finale on June 10 at 9 PM ET/PT. This season, they tackle a variety of intriguing cases, including the mysterious death of a boy band singer, a decapitation in a busy restaurant, and a locked-room mystery. With Harry’s agency thriving, she and Fergus must also navigate their work-life balance as they deal with personal challenges.

‘The Truth’ (Acorn TV Exclusive Series)

The Israeli courtroom drama ‘The Truth’ continues with new episodes every Monday until its season finale on June 17. The series opens on the day a controversial murder case is expected to receive a verdict, only for an identical murder to take place. Detective Racheli Zabatani (Vanessa Dimitrova) must unravel the mysteries of the present by revisiting the past. ‘The Truth’ is a captivating exploration of crime and justice that will keep viewers guessing.


‘Deb’s House’ (ALLBLK Original Series)

Premiering on ALLBLK and WE tv on Friday, June 14, ‘Deb’s House’ is a new competition reality series that follows music mogul Deb Antney in her quest to discover and mentor the next female rap superstar. Eight up-and-coming artists move into Deb’s House, where they compete to showcase their talent, dedication, and resilience. It’s a fierce test of sisterhood and skill, and only one will emerge as Deb’s chosen one.

‘Makeup x Breakup’ Season 3 (ALLBLK Original Series)

‘Makeup x Breakup’ returns for its third season, premiering on Thursday, June 6, with a fresh take on love and its many complexities. This season breaks the rules and challenges traditional norms, exploring how love presents itself in unexpected ways. Join Brooke, Laura, Blake, Kyle, and the rest of the cast as they navigate engagements, wedding planning, and rekindled connections.

‘The Barnes Bunch’ (WE tv Original Series on ALLBLK)

NBA champion Matt Barnes and model Anansa Sims continue their journey of love, forgiveness, and personal growth in ‘The Barnes Bunch.’ With new episodes every Tuesday until the season finale on June 11, viewers will witness how this blended family of six children navigates co-parenting, fame, and the challenges of building a lasting union while confronting their complex past.

‘My Mane Problem’ Season 2 (ALLBLK Original Series)

Celebrity stylist Dr. Boogie is back for the second season of ‘My Mane Problem,’ airing new episodes every Thursday until the season finale on June 13. This season, Dr. Boogie not only transforms individuals’ hair but also digs deeper to address their inner struggles. In the season finale, he helps best friends Danielle and LaPrincia, who have neglected their natural hair, and assists Carla in healing her severely damaged scalp.

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‘Orphan Black: Echoes’ (AMC Original Series)

Premiering on AMC, AMC+, and BBC America on Sunday, June 23, at 10 PM ET/PT, ‘Orphan Black: Echoes’ is a highly anticipated new series starring and executive produced by Krysten Ritter. Set in the near future, it explores the scientific manipulation of human existence through the intertwining stories of a group of women. Ritter plays Lucy, a woman with a mysterious origin story, searching for her place in the world. The series also stars Keeley Hawes, Amanda Fix, Avan Jogia, Rya Kihlstedt, and James Hiroyuki Liao.

‘Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire’ Season 2 (AMC Original Series)

The second season of ‘Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire’ continues with new episodes airing Sundays on AMC and AMC+. In this season, set in 2022, vampire Louis de Pointe du Lac (Jacob Anderson) recounts his story to journalist Daniel Molloy (Eric Bogosian), including his adventures in Europe with teen vampire Claudia (Delainey Hayles) and his courtship with the vampire Armand (Assad Zaman). Molloy probes further, seeking the truth beneath the memories.

‘Snowpiercer’ Seasons 1-3

The award-winning dystopian thriller ‘Snowpiercer’ arrives on AMC+ with the first two seasons available from June 1 and the third season from June 8. Set in a frozen wasteland, the series centers on the remnants of humanity aboard a perpetually moving train, exploring themes of class warfare, social injustice, and survival. Starring Jennifer Connelly and Daveed Diggs, ‘Snowpiercer’ is a riveting adaptation that will keep viewers on the edge of their seats.

‘No Way Up’ (AMC+ Exclusive Film)

From director Claudio Fäh, ‘No Way Up’ is a thrilling survival story premiering on Friday, June 7. When an airliner crashes into the Pacific Ocean, the surviving passengers and crew find themselves trapped in an air pocket, rapidly running out of air. As dangers close in from all sides, a desperate fight for survival ensues. Starring Colm Meaney, ‘No Way Up’ is a tense and gripping film that will keep viewers on the edge of their seats.


‘The Dangers in My Heart’ Season 2 (HIDIVE Exclusive)

Fans of the hit rom-com, slice-of-life series ‘The Dangers in My Heart’ can look forward to the English dub premiere of Season 2 on June 15, with new dub episodes every Saturday. The series follows Kyotaro, a boy fascinated by murder and the macabre, whose encounter with the class idol, Anna Yamada, sparks a classic tale of an antisocial boy falling for a popular girl. However, both characters are more than meets the eye, and their relationship defies expectations.

‘The Most Heretical Last Boss Queen: From Villainess to Savior’ (HIDIVE Exclusive)

The popular fantasy romance series ‘The Most Heretical Last Boss Queen’ returns with new English dub episodes every Wednesday in June. The story follows a protagonist who reincarnates into the body of Princess Pride Royal Ivy, the villainess and final boss of her favorite otome game. Determined to change her vile character’s fate, she uses her new powers to sow peace and love instead of discord. Will she succeed, or is her role already rotten to the core?

‘Ya Boy Kongming! Road to Summer Sonia’ (HIDIVE Exclusive)

‘Ya Boy Kongming! Road to Summer Sonia’ is a compilation movie based on the award-winning manga by Yuto Yotsuba. It follows the legendary Chinese military strategist Zhuge Kongming as he finds himself reborn in modern Japan, destined to promote aspiring singer Eiko Tsukimi to stardom. With his strategic genius, he navigates the Japanese music industry, determined to make Eiko a success.

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‘Exhuma’ (Shudder Exclusive Film)

Premiering on Friday, June 14, ‘Exhuma’ is a supernatural horror film that follows a renowned shaman (KIM Go-Eun) and her protégé (Lee Do-hyun) as they investigate a disturbing supernatural illness affecting the first-born children of a wealthy, enigmatic family. With the help of a mortician (YOO Hai-jin) and a geomancer (CHOI Min-sik), they uncover a long-hidden family grave, only to discover something far darker and more dangerous.

‘The Devil’s Bath’ (Shudder Original Film)

Set in 1750 Austria, ‘The Devil’s Bath’ premieres on Friday, June 28, and explores the inner turmoil of Agnes, a deeply religious woman who finds herself trapped in the expectations and chores of married life. As her mind grows heavy and her path grows lonelier, she contemplates a shocking act of violence as a potential way out. Based on historical court records, ‘The Devil’s Bath’ gives voice to the invisible and unheard women of the rural past.

‘Dracula’ Limited Series

Golden Globe winner Jonathan Rhys Meyers stars as Dracula in this limited series binge-premiering on Sunday, June 16. Posing as an American entrepreneur interested in modern science, Dracula arrives in London with a hidden agenda: revenge on those who cursed him with immortality. However, his plans are complicated when he becomes infatuated with a woman who resembles his dead wife.

‘The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs’ Season 6 (Shudder Original Series)

The supersized sixth season of ‘The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs’ continues with live watch parties every other Friday (June 7 and June 21) at 9 PM ET on Shudder TV and AMC+ TV. New episodes are also available biweekly on Shudder and AMC+. Join Joe Bob Briggs for a unique blend of movie commentary and drive-in nostalgia.

Sundance Now:

‘Domino Day’ (Sundance Now Original Series)

Premiering on Thursday, June 27, with two episodes, followed by new episodes every Thursday until the season finale on July 25, UK drama ‘Domino Day’ stars Lauren Sequeira and BAFTA-nominated Siena Kelly. The supernatural series follows Domino Day, a young witch with extraordinary powers who is swiping through dating apps not to find love but to hunt. As a coven of witches tracks her moves, a dangerous figure from her past resurfaces, leading to a showdown that will determine everyone’s fate.

‘Total Control’ Season 3 (Sundance Now Exclusive Series)

‘Total Control’ returns for its third season, with new episodes every Thursday until the season finale on June 13. The Australian series picks up nearly two years after the explosive events of Season 2, with outsider turned kingmaker Alex Irving (Deborah Mailman) now a force to be reckoned with in the nation’s capital. Meanwhile, Rachel Anderson (Rachel Griffiths) threatens to upend the political system by establishing her own party. Alex must navigate a challenging choice between staying true to her principles or fighting fire with fire.

‘Steeltown Murders’ True Crime Drama

‘Steeltown Murders’ is a British true crime drama premiering on Thursday, June 20. The series transports viewers to two distinct time periods: 1973 and the early 2000s. It follows the intense hunt for a killer in the Port Talbot area of Wales and sheds light on how modern DNA analysis played a pivotal role in solving the case almost three decades later. By presenting a stark contrast between the police methods of the 1970s and the forensic breakthroughs that came later, ‘Steeltown Murders’ offers a compelling and nuanced portrait of a community grappling with an unsolved mystery and their relentless pursuit of justice.

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