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Showtime June 2023 Schedule Announced

Showtime has announced the movies and TV series coming to the service in June. The Showtime June 2023 lineup includes S.O.G. The Book of Ward, the Ghosts of Beirut finale, Loudmouth, The Inspection, and more.

On June 27, Showtime will be integrated into Paramount+ to become Paramount+ with Showtime. Starting next month, we will begin posting updates for future Showtime content with the monthly Paramount+ list here.

Showtime June 2023 Schedule Announced

S.O.G. The Book of Ward chronicles the rise of guarded boxing champion Andre Ward from a turbulent childhood to the International Boxing Hall of Fame. The documentary reveals untold aspects of Ward’s story in a deeply personal account of the pressures of world championship expectations.

The Showtime June 2023 slate also includes the conclusion of four-episode limited series Ghosts of Beirut. The espionage-infused show details the emergence of Imad Mughniyeh (also known as “The Ghost”) from Shiite slums to, at the time, the world’s most dangerous terrorist.

Showtime June 2023

Ahead of Juneteenth, Showtime will present Loudmouth, a documentary about the life and work of civil rights veteran Reverend Al Sharpton. Produced by John Legend’s Get Lifted Film Co. and directed by Josh Alexander, the film also features commentary from President Barack Obama, James Brown, Reverend Jesse Jackson and Senator Chuck Schumer.

In addition to the above, Showtime will host the streaming premiere of A24’s The Inspection. Coinciding with Pride Month, the film follows a young, gay black man who is rejected by his mother and joins the marines, doing whatever it takes to succeed in a system that would cast him aside.

Showtime June 2023

Showtime subscribers who wish for more Pride-filled content can access the now year-round available Queer to Stay collection. Subscribers can also celebrate Juneteenth by checking out the Black Stories Matter collection.

You can view the Showtime June 2023 originals, followed by the movie release schedule and streaming collections, below.

Showtime June 2023


S.O.G. The Book of Ward – Documentary Premiere: Friday, June 2
“S.O.G. The Book of Ward” chronicles the improbable rise of one of boxing’s most guarded champions, Andre Ward.

The undefeated, five-time world champion and Olympic gold medalist reveals his untold story in a deeply personal account of his journey from a turbulent childhood in Oakland, Calif. through the pressures of world championship expectations and ultimately to his induction into the International Boxing Hall of Fame.

Loudmouth – Showtime Network Premiere: Friday, June 16
Directed by Josh Alexander, Loudmouth is definitive look at the life and battles of the pastoral prodigy turned elder media statesman, the Reverend Al Sharpton.

Featuring commentary from President Barack Obama, James Brown, Reverend Jesse Jackson and Senator Chuck Schumer, the documentary paints an intimate portrait of a tireless warrior who has never ducked a fight in his mission to transform the status quo.

Ghosts of Beirut – Limited Series Finale: Friday, June 9
“Ghosts of Beirut” reveals the origins of 21-year-old Imad Mughniyeh (also known as “The Ghost”) who emerged from obscurity and was responsible for more American deaths than any other individual prior to 9/11. Told from the American, Israeli and Lebanese perspectives, the series traces Mughniyeh’s origins from the Shiite slums of South Beirut to his masterminding of the concept of suicide bombers, a deadly tactic that led to his swift rise as the world’s most dangerous terrorist.

Based on extensive research of still-classified events, the drama spans decades and weaves in first-hand, real-life interviews with prominent officials from the CIA and Mossad, connecting the turmoil of 1980s Beirut with the spy games of the modern Middle East.


A look at the movies that will be available as part of the Showtime June 2023 lineup.




A Might Heart

An Unfinished Life


City of God


Days of Heaven

Dazed and Confused

Double Jeopardy

Drunk Wedding



Fire Island


Friday the 13th

Friday the 13th Part II

Friday the 13th Part III

Friday the 13th Part IV: The Final Chapter

Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning

Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives

Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood

Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan

Full Metal Jacket

Going Ape!


In Too Deep

Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday

Jason X

Leaving Las Vegas

Let It Ride

Major League


Muriel’s Wedding

My Girl

Nana’s Boys


Road to Perdition


Saturday Night Fever


Set It Off

Shutter Island


Street Smart

Super 8

The Big Lebowski

The Civil Dead

The Good Boss

The Inspection

The King of Comedy

The Longest Yard

The Lovely Bones

The Man in the Iron Mask

The Peacemaker

The Stepford Wives

The Two Jakes

The Warriors

Up in the Air

View from the Top

Waling Tall


Young Adult


S.O.G.: The book of Ward

The Odd Couple


You’re Killing Me


Dangerous Game: The Legacy Murders




The Forger


In addition to the Showtime June 2023 schedule, you can check out these collections on the streaming service next month.


16 Shots, Attica, Basketball County: In The Water, Blue Collar, Breaking, Burn Motherf*cker, Burn!, Coach Carter, F^¢K ‘€M R!GHT B@¢K, Girlhood, Harlem Nights, Hitsville: The Making Of Motown, Hoops U, Kevin Garnett: Anything Is Possible, Kobe Bryant’s Muse, Loudmouth, and Mary lou Williams: The Lady Who Swings the Band.

There’s also Muhammad Ali, The Greatest. Of All Time., One & Done/Ben Simmons, Paid In Full, Pariah: The Lives And Deaths Of Sonny Liston, Passion Play: Russell Westbrook, Poly Styrene: I Am a Cliche, Quiet Storm: The Ron Artest Story, Running For His Life: The Lawrence Phillips Story, and S.O.G.: The Book Of Ward.

The titles are founded out by This Ain’t Normal, The Evers, The Inspection, The Last Tree, The One & Only Dick Gregory, The Resurgence: Demarcus Cousins, The Watermelon Woman, Whitney: “Can I Be Me”, and You’re Watching Video Music Box.


54, Beyond the Opposite of Sex, Bodies Bodies Bodies, Close, Club Cumming Presents a Queer Comedy Extravaganza!, Ellie and Abbie (& Ellie’s Dead Aunt), Ema, Erin’s Guide to Kissing Girls, Everything Everywhere All At Once, F^¢K ‘€M R!GHT B@¢K, Fire Island, Gods and Monsters, Juniper, and Matt Rogers: Have You Heard of Christmas?.

The titles also include Moon Manor, My Tender Matador, Nana’s Boys, Pimp, Pride, Punch, Signature Move, Summer of 85, The Carnivores. The Dilemma of Desire, The Inspection, The Novice, The Retreat, The Talented Mr. Ripley, Through the Glass Darkly, The Watermelon Woman, and XY Chelsea.