What is coming to Netflix in June 2022?

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The Umbrella Academy returns to Netflix in June.

We’re heading into June and Netflix is having a relatively quiet month. There’s nothing on the level of Stranger Things releasing in June, but we will see the return of The Umbrella Academy. The show’s third season drops on June 22. 

US audiences will also get to see the finale of Peaky Blinders, with the sixth and final season of the show hitting Netflix on June 10. 

June 1

  • Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy
  • Dear John
  • Dumb and Dumber
  • Edge of Seventeen
  • Eraser
  • His Dark Materials: The Golden Compass
  • Lean on Me
  • Léon: The Professional
  • Life as We Know It
  • Mission: Impossible
  • Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol
  • Mission: Impossible II
  • Mr Bean’s Holiday
  • National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation
  • Soul Plane
  • Steel Magnolias
  • The Amazing Spider-Man
  • The Boy
  • The Departed
  • The Fighter
  • The Girl Next Door
  • The Hurt Locker
  • The Players Club
  • Titanic
  • Troy
  • Vegas Vacation
  • We Are Marshall

June 2

  • Borgen – Power & Glory
  • The DUFF
  • Yuri Marçal: Honest Mistake

June 3

  • As the Crow Flies
  • Floor Is Lava: Season 2
  • Interceptor
  • Mr. Good: Cop or Crook?
  • The Perfect Mother
  • Surviving Summer
  • Two Summers

June 5

  • Straight Up

June 6

  • Action Pack: Season 2
  • Bill Burr Presents: Friends Who Kill

June 7

  • That’s My Time with David Letterman

June 8

  • Baby Fever
  • Gladbeck: The Hostage Crisis
  • Hustle
  • Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey

June 9

  • Rhythm + Flow France
  • Stand Out: An LGBTQ+ Celebration

June 10

  • Chickenhare and the Hamster of Darkness
  • Closet Monster
  • Dirty Daddy: The Bob Saget Tribute
  • First Kill
  • Intimacy
  • Peaky Blinders: Season 6
  • Top Gear: Season 27
  • Top Gear: Season 28
  • Trees of Peace
  • Vice

June 11

  • Amy Schumer’s Parental Advisory

June 13

  • Charlie’s Colorforms City: Mighty Movie Adventures
  • Charlie’s Colorforms City: Miss Weather and Friends
  • Pete Davidson Presents: The Best Friends
  • Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America

June 14

  • Jane & Lily: Ladies Night Live
  • Halftime
  • The Mole: Season 3-4

June 15

  • Centauro
  • Front Cover
  • God’s Favorite Idiot
  • Heart Parade
  • Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend
  • Maldivas
  • Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies and the Internet
  • The War Next-door: Season 2
  • The Wrath of God

June 16

  • Dead End: Paranormal Park
  • Karma’s World Music Videos: Season 2
  • Love & Anarchy: Season 2
  • Rhythm + Flow France
  • Sing, Dance, Act: Kabuki featuring Toma Ikuta
  • Snoop Dogg’s Fcn Around Comedy Special
  • Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

June 17

  • The Martha Mitchell Effect
  • Rainbow High: Season 2
  • She: Season 2
  • Spiderhead
  • You Don’t Know Me

June 18

  • Alchemy of Souls
  • Charmed: Season 4
  • Spriggan

June 19

  • Civil
  • It (2017)

June 20

  • Doom Of Love
  • Philomena

June 21

  • All That: Seasons 2-3
  • The Future Of
  • Joel Kim Booster: Psychosexual
  • Kenan and Kel: Seasons 1-2
  • Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide: Seasons 1-2
  • Zoey 101: Seasons 1-2

June 22

  • Bruna Louise: Demolition
  • The Hidden Lives of Pets
  • Love & Gelato
  • The Mist (2007)
  • One Piece: New Episodes
  • Sing 2
  • Snowflake Mountain
  • The Umbrella Academy: Season 3

June 23

  • Best of the Fest
  • First Class
  • Queen
  • Rhythm + Flow France

June 24

  • Angry Birds: Summer Madness: Season 2
  • Legacies: Season 4
  • The Man from Toronto
  • Man Vs Bee
  • Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area

June 25

  • Grey’s Anatomy: Season 18

June 27:

  • Cafe Minamdang
  • Chip and Potato: Chip’s Holiday

June 28

  • Blasted
  • Cristela Alonzo: Middle Classy

June 29:

  • Beauty
  • Extraordinary Attorney Woo
  • Pirate Gold of Adak Island
  • The Upshaws: Season 2 Part 1

June 30:

  • Bastard! Heavy Metal, Dark Fantasy
  • Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom
  • Sharkdog: Season 2

Source: Netflix: All the TV Shows and Movies Coming in June 2022 – CNET

Ray Liotta, Goodfellas Actor and Emmy Winner, Dead at 67

Ray Liotta, the actor known for his roles in “Field of Dreams” and the Martin Scorsese mob classic “Goodfellas,” has died.

He was 67.

“Ray was working on a project in the Dominican Republic called ‘Dangerous Waters’ when he passed. He passed in his sleep. He is survived by his daughter, Karsen, and his fiancée, Jacy Nittolo,” his publicist Jennifer Allen told CNN.

Liotta’s many film and television credits include “John Q,” “Blow,” “Operation Dumbo Drop,” “Hannibal,” “Wild Hogs” and “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.”

More recently, Liotta narrated the TV docuseries “The Making of the Mob” and starred in “The Many Saints of Newark,” the prequel film to the hit television mob series “The Sopranos.”

He played plenty of tough guys, but that was not Liotta’s true persona.

How, after the critical and commercial success of Goodfellas, did the industry fail to make Liotta a successful leading man? In interviews, he seemed to suggest he’d gotten in his own way, passing up some good roles in an understandable effort to avoid typecasting. And though he was strikingly handsome, he didn’t have the kind of generic beauty Hollywood looks for (especially during Liotta’s generation) in a hero.

RIP, Ray.

Sources: CNN, Hollywood reporter,

Real Madrid vs. Liverpool Today

Liverpool will try to pull off the first treble since 1999 when it squares off against Real Madrid in the 2022 UEFA Champions League final on Saturday at Stade de France in Paris.

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Kickoff is set for 3 p.m. ET on CBS and streaming on Paramount+.

2022 UEFA Champions League final odds, picks, prediction: Real Madrid vs. Liverpool bets from proven expert (msn.com)

Lost Wi-Fi Capability Lately? Solved!

What would you do if suddenly you lost all access to the internet? This happened to me last Saturday. Ok I freaked out a bit, but fortunately, I have an ethernet connection that was up and working. So, what happened to my laptop?


Not seeing this symbol can really mess up one’s day, so what did I do to solve the problem. I turned to Microsoft’s troubleshooter that was installed on my laptop. It said to touch Fn+F3 to enable Wi-Fi. I tried it…nothing. Tried it again…nothing. Digging further into the details, the troubleshooter said that the radio HW switch was turned off. Thanks, but no mention of how to turn it on.

You won’t believe what caused the loss of my Wi-Fi, or how many days and unsuccessful fixes it took to solve. Long story short. I stumbled upon the Acer Community Forum and started looking for an answer to the problem. No luck, but someone suggested uninstalling the latest Windows update (occurred the morning of my outage). I didn’t realize that an update could be uninstalled. Guess what? As soon as I did that, the orange Wi-Fi light came on. And stayed on.

The MS troubleshooter never mentioned that its own company could itself be the source of the problem and the solution could be uninstalling the update. So one week later, I know, and now so do you.

How to Fix Your Unstable Wi-Fi Connection

Unstable Wi-Fi is often caused by wireless congestion. Congestion problems are common in apartment complexes or densely-packed neighborhoods when too many people using Wi-Fi leads to connectivity problems.

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Wireless congestion is caused by issues with two factors: frequency overlap and limited Wi-Fi channels.

1. Download and Install a Wi-Fi Analysis App

On Windows, many free apps can analyze the quality of wireless channels. One of the best options is available on the Microsoft Store: Wi-Fi Analyzer. For those without Windows, search your respective operating system’s app store for “Wi-Fi Analyzer,” and you’ll see dozens of options.

2. Detect Unstable Wi-Fi

Using Wi-Fi Analyzer is dead simple. Just install and run the app. After installation, you can launch it by going to Windows Search (Windows key + S) > Wi-Fi Analyzer.

The tool should detect your Wi-Fi signal strength, ranging from zero to -100 decibel milliwatts (dBm). If you have a 5GHz network, a toggle at the bottom of the app interface allows you to switch between detecting 2.4GHz and 5GHz.

To analyze your wireless router’s signal quality, take the following actions:

Click on Analyze in the top menu bar.

Wi-Fi Analyzer then displays a visualization of the Wi-Fi networks in your vicinity. If two networks broadcast on the same channel, you’ll notice overlap. Each channel has a number between one and 161 on the 5GHz frequency and one through 11 on the 2.4GHz frequency.

When two networks overlap:

The X axis represents the channels available on the 2.4GHz spectrum. As you can see, channels four to seven are unoccupied. Channels five and six have no competition whatsoever. Given the app’s analysis, I should change my router’s 2.4GHz channel to either five or six.

But how do you change your router’s channel?

How to Change Your Router’s Channel

Accessing your router’s settings requires a browser, like Chrome or Microsoft Edge. Accessing its settings, unfortunately, varies between different router models, but some general rules apply.

You can complete an internet search to find the login URL for your specific router brand and model.

Most routers use “admin” as the login and “password” as the password. The login details may also be printed on the back of the router or in the instruction manual that came with it. If you cannot access your router, try searching the internet for your individual router’s access method.

For my own Telus router, changing the Wi-Fi channel is easy. First, I navigate to the router login address and enter my login and password. Changing the channel is usually located under Wireless Settings > Advanced Settings.

I then change the network channel to the option which offers a good connection, save the settings, and restart the router by power cycling it (turning it off and on again). Afterward, it stopped randomly disconnecting.

One thing to mention is that most modern routers include a dual-band feature that combines 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequencies onto a single network name or SSID. This feature is notoriously unreliable, and if you’re having network problems, I suggest disabling it as a precautionary step. On my Telus router, it’s referred to as SmartSteering. Other brands have completely different names.

How to Fix Unstable Wi-Fi? Decongest It!

If your Wi-Fi sucks, a Wi-Fi analysis app is the best way to find out your router’s ideal network settings. If you’re still getting unreliable internet after changing your router’s channel, consider troubleshooting your Wi-Fi problems. Sometimes ironing out the kinks on your home internet will fix those irritating reliability issues.

Written by Kannon Yamada for muo©

Source: How to Fix an Unstable Wi-Fi Connection: 6 Tips and Fixes (msn.com)

Best ‘Wordle’ starting word? 

Give your ‘Wordle’ session a boost today with these words.

By Adam Rosenberg 

My ideal daily Wordle session starts with me plucking a legible five-letter combination out from my stream of consciousness and seeing where that random guess takes me.


Some people like to win under any circumstances, though, and I get it. It feels great to maintain that daily streak, especially as it jumps into the double digits and beyond.

Sure, you could always cheat and look up the answer, but there’s no sense of accomplishment in that. Gaming Wordle is the only agreeable middle-ground there, and the best place to find that comfort zone is starting word strategy.

So let’s get into it. The internet has lots of thoughts.

How should we think about Wordle starting word strategies?

Let’s think about this holistically first. You’ve got 26 letters in the alphabet. Of those, five (plus the letter “Y” at times) are vowels, the basic building block for most words.

So at a very basic level, any five-letter combination that helps you rule out more vowels early is going to trim down the galaxy of possible answers.

With that basic reality in mind, we can immediately pick out a few ideal starting words There are others, but ADIEUAUDIO, and OUIJA all cover four vowels. You won’t know if any yellow or green letters appear twice, say if the answer is “sweet” or “radar,” but you can at least out some critical letters right at the start.

That’s good enough for most people. Starting with vowel-heavy words will give you an edge with Wordle‘s puzzle-solving every time. But it’s also not that simple, since not every letter is created equally. Yes, vowels appear in basically every word, but some are more or less common. The same goes for consonants.

If going vowel-heavy isn’t enough and you want to cover some of the more common consonants as well, RAISE is an ideal starting word since it covers the three most common vowels and the two most common consonants as they appear in dictionaries.

(I won’t give any more away, but if you must have it, click the link to see the complete article with a plethora of hints.)

Link to article: Best starting word for ‘Wordle’: How to step up your game (mashable.com)

We Lost These Celebrities Today

Naomi Judd, of Grammy-winning duo The Judds, dies at 76

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 Naomi Judd, the Kentucky-born singer of the Grammy-winning duo The Judds and mother of Wynonna and Ashley Judd, has died. She was 76.

The daughters announced her death on Saturday in a statement provided to The Associated Press.

“Today we sisters experienced a tragedy. We lost our beautiful mother to the disease of mental illness,” the statement said. “We are shattered. We are navigating profound grief and know that as we loved her, she was loved by her public. We are in unknown territory.”

Naomi Judd died near Nashville, Tennessee, said a statement on behalf of her husband and fellow singer, Larry Strickland. It said no further details about her death would be released and asked for privacy as the family grieves.

The Judds were to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame on Sunday and they had just announced an arena tour to begin in the fall, their first tour together in over a decade. They also made a return to awards shows when they performed at the CMT Music Awards earlier this month.

Actress Jossara Jinaro, who appeared on ‘Judging Amy’ and ‘ER,’ dies at 48 after cancer battle


Actress Jossara Jinaro, who portrayed roles in “ER” and “Judging Amy,” has died, according to a post on her Facebook page. She was 48. 

The TV and film star died from cancer on Wednesday, her husband Matt Bogado announced in a statement posted to Facebook. She passed away at her home surrounded by family.

“Jossara was an amazing wife, mother, artist, and friend. She had the most beautiful, kind soul and wouldn’t take no for an answer. Even in her last moments, she was still fighting,” Bogado wrote. “She is now resting in peace and will be remembered forever. Myself, Liam, and Emrys will miss her so deeply, although we know she is in our hearts and guiding us every step of the way.”

Source: hollywoodreporter.com & The Associated Press

Netflix releases final episodes of ‘Ozark’ on Friday

 Netflix is set to release the final episodes of “Ozark,” a TV series based on the Lake of the Ozarks, this week.


Part II of the final season of “Ozark” premieres on Friday, April 29. The series began in 2017 and consists of four seasons.

Season four marks an end to the series. Netflix is releasing 14 episodes of “Ozark” this year, and half of them became available for streaming on Jan. 21. Prior to then, Netflix was nearly two years removed from its previous season, which came out in March 2020.

“Ozark” stars Jason Bateman and Laura Linney as the main characters, Marty and Wendy Byrde. While the fictional show is based on the Byrde family’s experiences in the Missouri Ozarks, the filming takes place in Georgia.

The series involves money laundering and drug cartel-based drama. The Byrde family moves from Chicago to a small town in the Missouri Ozarks to escape problems, but the series gets more intense each season.

The finale for Part I of the fourth season offers new insight into the Byrde family’s relationship with drug kingpin Omar Navarro and his nephew Javi Elizonndro. Ruth Langmore, another primary character in the series played by Julia Garner, will begin the next set of episodes with several new challenges.

“We’re so happy Netflix recognized the importance of giving Ozark more time to end the Byrdes’ saga right,” showrunner Chris Mundy said in a statement via Variety. “It’s been such a great adventure for all of us — both on-screen and off — so we’re thrilled to get the chance to bring it home in the most fulfilling way possible.”

“A super sized season means super sized problems for the Byrdes,” Bateman said via Variety. “I’m excited to end with a bang.”

Article by Joey Schneider for Springfield (MO) KYTV©

Source: Netflix releases final episodes of ‘Ozark’ on Friday (msn.com)