Regina King and Dorian Missick in "SouthLAnd"
Regina King and Dorian Missick in “SouthLAnd”

I tend to ignore Hulu when the time comes to share lists of titles that will be premiering on each of the major streaming platforms, favoring Netflix and Amazon over all else. But Hulu certainly shouldn’t be ignored. They are a player in the space, with a similar mix of movies and TV series (old and new, and from all the studios and networks), as well as their own original series, not-so unlike their competitors.

The joint venture of Disney, Fox and NBCUniversal (for those who may not be aware of who owns Hulu) has released a list of upcoming June’s offerings, which you’ll find below. Of note, I highly recommend “SouthLAnd,” the exhilarating cop drama which gives audiences what is supposed to be a raw and authentic look at Los Angeles and the lives of the LAPD officers who police it. It was one of those “prestige” series that wasn’t a huge ratings draw, but received much critical acclaim for TNT. And the network canceled after 5 seasons. Hulu will have all 5 seasons for you to binge-watch starting on June 1. Regina King was a starring member of the ensemble cast for all 5 seasons. Dorian Missick joined the cast during its 4th season, playing King’s new partner. And Cheo Hodari Coker (who is showrunner for Netflix’s upcoming Marvel Luke Cage series) was a series writer, and producer on “SouthLAnd.”

Also to premiere is the much-talked about, critically-acclaimed “30 for 30” documentary (7 hours long), “O.J. Made in America.” ESPN Films opened what they are calling an “epic” film in two theaters this weekend, in New York and Los Angeles. The film is currently playing at Cinema Village in NYC and Laemmle theater in LA from May 20-26. Given the length of the project, there are 15-20 minute breaks between each of its part.

For those interested in watching on the small screen, “O.J.: Made in America” premieres on ABC on Saturday, June 11, airing over 5 days. It’ll become available on Hulu on June 12.

The film had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in January. Directed by Peabody and Emmy winner Ezra Edelman, “O.J.: Made in America” traces a personal journey, from how Orenthal James Simpson first became a football star, to why the country fell in love with him off the field, to his being accused of murdering his ex-wife, his subsequent acquittal and why he is sitting in jail 20 years later for another crime; perhaps the defining cultural tale of 20th-century America – one that centers around two of our country’s greatest fixations: race and celebrity.

For the rest of what’s coming in June, check out the full list below:

Available June 1

America’s Got Talent: Season 11 Premiere (NBC)

Maya & Marty in Manhattan: Series Premiere (NBC)

Southland: Complete Season 1-5

Apocalypse Now (1979)

Apocalypse Now Redux (2001)

The Black Stallion (1979)

Carrie (1976)

Criminal Law (1989)

CSNY: Déjà vu (2008)

Death Wish 2 (1982)

Double Whammy (2002)

Foolish (1999)

The Golden Child (1986)

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly (1967)

Ground Control (1998)

Hammett (1982)

Heartburn (1986)

In & Out (1997)

Iron Eagle IV: On the Attack (1999)

Midnight in Paris (2011)

The Million Dollar Hotel (2001)

Mulholland Falls (1996)

One From the Heart (1982)

The Presidio (1988)

The Rage – Carrie 2 (1999)

Runaway Bride (1999)

Six Degrees of Separation (1993)

Sleepover (2004)

Switchback  (1997)

Trading Mom (1994)

Ulee’s Gold  (1997)

W. (2008)

Wayne’s World (1992)

Available June 2

Master Chef: Season 7 Premiere (FOX)

Available June 3

La Seleccion: Season 2 Premiere (Caracol)

Barely Famous: Season 2 Premiere (VH1)

Rules of Attraction (2002)

Available June 4

Love & Mercy (2015)

Available June 5

Life or Debt: Season 1 Finale (Spike)

Miss USA 2016 – Special (FOX)

Available June 6

Rizzoli & Isles: Complete Season 6 (TNT)

RuPaul’s Drag Race: Season 8 Finale (Logo)

The Cokeville Miracle (2015)

Available June 7

Casual: Season 2 Premiere (Hulu Original)

Faking It: Season 3 Finale (MTV)

Rosaline – Animated Short Premiere (2016)

Available June 8

Family Therapy: Season 1 Finale (VH1)

Available June 10

Burning Man (2011)

Available June 11

He Named Me Malala (2015)

Available June 12

30 for 30: OJ Made in America part 1: Series Premiere (ABC)

Bar Rescue: Season 4 Finale (Spike)

Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell: Complete Season 2 (Adult Swim)

Available June 13

Famous: Series Premiere (Fox)

Regular Show: Complete Season 7 (Cartoon Network)

Available June 14

The League: Complete Season 7 (FXX)

Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge: Series Premiere (NBC)

Ink Master: Season 7 Finale (Spike)

Awkward: Season 5 Finale (MTV)

Available June 15

To Tell the Truth: Series Premiere (ABC)

Uncle Buck: Series Premiere (ABC)

Addicted to Fresno (2016)

Crazy About Tiffany’s (2016)

Available June 16

Married: Season 2 (FXX)

Available June 17

Home Free (FOX)

Available June 19

We Bare Bears: Complete Season 1 (Cartoon Network)

Available June 20

The Good Wife: Complete Season 7 (CBS)

Available June 22

Stand Up Guys (2013)

Available June 23

La Viuda Negra II: Season Finale (Univision)

Available June 24

Elaine Stritch – Shoot Me (2013)

Available June 26

Rick and Morty: Complete Season 2 (Adult Swim)

Available June 27

Celebrity Family Feud: Season 2 Premiere (ABC)

$100,000 Pyramid: Series Premiere (ABC)

Match Game: Series Premiere (ABC)

Available June 28

Banished: Complete Season 1 (BBCWW)

DCI Banks: Complete Season 4 (BBCWW)

Houdini & Doyle: Season 1 Finale (Fox)

**Here’s what is leaving Hulu in June:

June 30

Arthur (PBS)

Cailou (PBS)

Dinosaur Train (PBS)

Wild Kratts (PBS)