Calendar of the series that Netflix premieres in summer 2021

  • ‘Lupine’, ‘Black Summer’ and other series arriving this week

Although traditional television, when summer approaches, offers different content than the usual ones that are programmed the rest of the year to reserve their strong bets until the month of September, the streaming platforms play a very different trick and also launch premiere series that interest the viewer. In the case of Netflix, at the beginning of this month of June the platform has already released the second season of ‘Lupine’, which was a great success when it landed for the first time in Spain in January of this year.

After ‘Lupine’, other fictions will arrive in the next two months that also have quite a pull among the Netflix audience, especially in Spain as they are original fictions from the country. Waiting for the release of titles such as ‘Idol’ or ‘Fair’, series that Netflix presented at the end of 2020 as part of the content catalog that would premiere in 2021, for the next few months the company has prepared important launches such as the fourth season of the ‘Elite’ series, which will premiere on June 18 and will be preceded by the miniseries ‘Elite: short stories’ —Of three episodes, each focusing on different fictional characters, or the second installment of ‘Red Sky’.

In the absence of knowing more exactly which will be the Netflix series that will land in the month of August, to September The first part of the end of ‘La casa de papel’ already has a release date, which will end with a fifth season divided into two volumes. The first will arrive on September 3 and the second, on December 3. To liven up the wait, these are all the Netflix series that will premiere on the months of June and July:


  • June 11: the second season of the French series ‘Lupine’, one of the latest phenomena of the platform, premieres
  • June 15: The fifth season of ‘Working mothers’, Canadian series set in Toronto that talks about conciliation in the key of comedy
  • June 16: documentary series premieres ‘Penguin Colony’
  • June 17: The second season of ‘Black Summer’ set in a zombie apocalypse
  • June 17: series premieres ‘Boiler’, which focuses on the natural disaster caused by the activity of the subglacial volcano Katla, one of the most powerful volcanoes in southern Iceland
  • June 18: the fourth season of ‘Elite’ premieres
  • June 24: The second season of ‘The Naked Director’, Japanese fiction set in the 80s
  • June 25: premieres ‘Sex/Life’, centered on the story of a married woman who begins to fantasize through a diary of having another kind of life with an old ex-boyfriend
  • June 25: premieres ‘Satyajit Ray’, which in its first season adapts four short stories by the Indian writer, from a satire to a psychological thriller
  • June 30: premieres ‘Are.’, based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning story ‘Anatomy of a massacre’, written by journalist Ginger Thompson for ProPublica


  • July 1: youth fiction premieres ‘Young Highnesses’, centered on a prince who becomes the next to occupy the throne in the line of succession
  • July 2: The detective series premieres ‘Mortal’, in which two high school students gain superpowers and team up to solve a crime
  • July 4: animated series premieres ‘We are united’, set in the United States and whose objective is to teach the little ones about fundamental rights and citizenship with songs by different artists such as Adam Lambert or HER
  • July 7: The second season of the documentary series premieres ‘Canine friends’, which explores various stories to tell the emotional bonds that are created between people and dogs
  • July 7: premieres ‘Crazy about cats’, which explores the world of cats with testimonials from some of the world’s most curious people who share time with them
  • July 9: The second season of ‘Biohackers’, which mixes the thriller with science fiction and focuses in this installment on the investigation that Mia undertakes with Professor Lorenz to clarify the mysterious kidnapping of the student
  • July 13: the docuserie premieres ‘Naomi Osaka’, which accompanies the tennis player in a portrait of her person, exploring her origins and her more media side
  • July 23: The second season of ‘Sky Rojo’ premieres, which will continue with the story of Coral, Wendy and Gina
  • July 23: premieres ‘Masters of the Universe: Revelation’, animated fiction that takes up the story of He-Man and the rest of the characters of that universe

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