Have you (somehow) grown bored of Netflix? You're in luck.
Shomi and CraveTV's offerings for June 2016 include some fantastic movies, TV shows and documentaries. Fans of "Modern Family's" Ed O'Neill will want to check another hilarious series he starred in, "Married... With Children," which begins streaming on Shomi June 19. Looking for some drama? "Homeland's" fourth season went live on CraveTV on June 1.
Check out some more great picks for the month from Shomi and CraveTV below:
"Bad Words" (Shomi)
"If you told me that '80s sitcom star Jason Bateman would have a career resurgence as a comedy powerhouse, I would have never believed it. And while he has a steady resume of brilliant roles in funny movies, 'Bad Words' subverts his typical 'nice-guy' shtick with this hilarious turn as a foul-mouthed (but loveable) jerk. Biting, sharp and bleep-ing funny are all words I’d use to describe this pitch black comedy!"
"The Rolling Stones: Some Girls Live From Texas ’78" (CraveTV)
"The Rolling Stones 1978 tour of the USA in support of that year’s 'Some Girls' album is considered by fans to be one of their very best. The tour followed immediately on the release of the 'Some Girls' album and by the time the band arrived in Texas in mid-July the album had hit the No.1 spot on the US charts. The tour took a back to basics approach, with the band and their music very much at the forefront and little or no elaborate staging."
"Homeland" - Season 4 (CraveTV)
"Carrie’s career at the CIA takes off when she becomes an overseas station chief in a highly volatile region, but every drone strike and tactical raid comes at a cost and she quickly learns the true price of power. Saul fights to stay in the intelligence game."
"Adam Devine's House Party" - Season 2 (CraveTV)
Official CraveTV Synopsis:
"Starring and curated by Adam Devine 'Adam Devine's House Party' shows what happens when Adam is given a massive budget and free reign to plan an epic party. This season he buys a bar in New Orleans for an incredible, ten-episode bash, complete with party shenanigans and all-new stand-up sets from some of his favourite comic friends."
"Married... with Children" (Shomi)
Official Shomi Synopsis:
"Al and his stinky feet aside, 'Married... with Children' was a breath of fresh air when it first arrived. Unlike other perfect sitcom families of the era, the Bundys lived a kind of hopeful but ultimately dreary existence that viewers could actually relate to! As a precursor to many of the unfiltered comedies of today, 'Married... with Children' holds up as a harsh but honest look at a family living just short of the American Dream."