6 must watch Netflix originals premiering in June 2018

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Le Carillon, the site of one of the attacks. (Netflix)

November 13: Attack on Paris

November 13 is a three-part documentary series about the Paris terrorist attacks on November 13, 2015. The documentary incorporates interviews with witnesses, firemen, police, and former president Francois Hollande as they give detailed accounts of their experiences that day.

Brothers Jules and Gedeon Naudet are the award-winning filmmakers of the documentary 9/11, a film that started out as a documentary about a Manhattan fire brigade when the attacks happened.

November 13 is titled in France as Fluctuat Nec Mergitur, the traditional motto of Paris that means “She is tossed by the waves but doesn’t sink.” The motto had a resurgence of popularity after the Paris attacks to represent the city’s resilience in the face of adversity.

“We wanted to convey that the moment where you see the worst of humanity, the best is always present and is always stronger,” says Jules Naudet.

Its available to watch now.

The Hollow — Image: Netflix

The Hollow

Not much is known about The Hollow, an otherworldly animated series produced by Slap Happy Cartoons Inc., which infinitely adds to the intrigue.

We do know that its about three teenagers who mysteriously awake in an underground bunker in a bizarre otherworld. Together they must face strange beasts, odd strangers, and magical dangers as they make their way through the maze-like world to get back home.

If the synopsis and the mystery don’t already have you hooked, the animation style definitely will. A screenshot of the three teens coming out of the bunker reveals an atmospheric and detailed artistry.

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Each of the three is equally distinct from the other, the light of the bunker spilling out into the darkness before them as they open a door onto a new world we can – for now – only imagine.

The Hollow drops on Netflix June 8.