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Sundance Now June 2022 Schedule Announced

Sundance Now has announced the movies and TV series that are coming to the AMC Networks-owned streaming service in June. The Sundance Now June 2022 lineup includes world-class dramas, mysteries and comedies from Britain and beyond.

The Sundance Now June 2022 slate features such titles as This Is Going to Hurt, Ten Percent, The Split Season 3, and The Wisting Season 2.

Sundance Now June 2022 Schedule Announced

SUNDANCE NOW JUNE 2022 HIGHLIGHTS

This Is Going to Hurt
New Series Premieres Thursdays Beginning June 2

The series follows Adam (Ben Whishaw, A Very English Scandal), a doctor who is finding his way through the ranks of hospital hierarchy; junior enough to suffer the crippling hours, but senior enough to face a constant barrage of terrifying responsibilities.

Adam is clinging to his personal life as he is increasingly overwhelmed by stresses at work: the 97-hour weeks, the life-and-death decisions, and all the while knowing the hospital parking meter is earning more than him.

Sundance Now June 2022 - Ten Percent

Ten Percent (Sundance Now Original)
New Episodes Premiere Fridays; Season Finale June 10

The Sundance Now Original Series, based on the original hit French series Call My Agent!, follows the small London talent agency of Nightingale Hart as it struggles to adapt in an ever-changing industry. After tragedy strikes the company, the personal and professional lives of the agents and assistants are thrown into turmoil.

But duty calls – their celebrity clients are in constant need of help from their agents, with issues ranging from marital problems to over-commitment to lingering method acting to stage fright. As the Nightingale Hart agents deal with the incessant demands of their jobs, they’ll also find themselves dealing with more off-screen drama than they ever expected.

The Split (Sundance Now Original)
Season 3 Premieres on Thursday, June 23

After a devastating end to season two as Hannah (Nicola Walker, Four Weddings & a Funeral) and Nathan’s (Stephen Mangan, Episodes) marriage fell apart, we join the couple ten months on in the rubble of their previously rock-solid 20-year marriage.

Both lawyers have been respectfully negotiating their separation and seem to have reached an amicable agreement, but Hannah becomes acutely aware of what she’s about to lose. But when a shocking revelation dramatically changes the stakes, any hope of remaining amicable vanishes. Is their split too deep to repair?

The Wisting (Sundance Now Exclusive)
Season 2 Part 2 Binge Premieres Thursday, June 30

A convicted killer escapes from Detective Wisting’s custody by triggering a grenade during the inspection of a potential crime scene in the woods. The killer, who promised to reveal the location of yet another murder victim, instead blasts his way to freedom with the help of a former accomplice, injuring police officers in the process. The case is now personal for the entire Larvik police force.

Wisting embarks on some of the most intense days of his life as he must manage his revenge-thirsty team, as well as stop the two criminals before they continue their killing spree. The case also becomes personal for the detective’s daughter, Line, who is shooting a true crime-documentary about serial killers and was the one who instigated the whole inspection. Features Carrie-Anne Moss (The Matrix) as FBI Special Agent Maggie Griffin.

SUNDANCE NOW SCHEDULE

AVAILABLE JUNE 2

This Is Going To Hurt, Ep. 1 – SERIES PREMIERE | New Episode Weekly
Adam (Ben Whishaw, A Very English Scandal) juggles his personal life with his hectic job on the labor ward. In the chaos of the day, he makes a mistake.

The Ipcress File, Ep. 3
Chasing Randall (Brian Ferguson, Elizabeth Is Missing) to Beirut, where he holds Dawson (Matthew Steer, Les Misérables), Harry (Joe Cole, Gangs of London, Peaky Blinders) and Jean’s (Lucy Boynton, Bohemian Rhapsody) relationship intensifies. Meanwhile, suspicious Americans watch Dalby (Tom Hollander, Pride & Prejudice) – and find him in secret talks with a Russians spy.

This Colonel Stok offers Dalby a tempting trade. Personal and professional lines blur as it becomes ever clearer that Harry is involved in something far bigger than he’d ever imagined.

AVAILABLE JUNE 3

Ten Percent, Ep. 7 – EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE | New Episode Weekly
Rebecca (Lydia Leonard, Gentleman Jack) must deal with a crisis involving one of her clients, who is a working mother, while Jonathan (Jack Davenport, The Morning Show, Pirates of the Caribbean franchise) and Dan’s (Prasanna Puwanarajah, Patrick Melrose) personal lives collapse around them. Guest starring Clémence Poésy (In Bruges, Tenet).

AVAILABLE JUNE 6

Light in the Water
The birth and life of West Hollywood Aquatics, the first openly gay masters swim team. From the team’s founding to train for the inaugural Gay Olympic Games in 1982, through AIDS epidemic, to the wedding of two members. (Documentary, 2018)

The Miseducation of Cameron Post
In 1993 after teenage Cameron is caught in the backseat of a car with the prom queen, she is sent away to a treatment center in a remote area called God’s Promise. While she is being subjected to questionable gay conversion therapies, she bonds with some fellow residents as they pretend to go along with the process while waiting to be released. (Romance, 2018).

AVAILABLE JUNE 9

This Is Going To Hurt, Ep. 2 | New Episode Weekly
Still reeling from an incident on labor ward, Adam (Ben Whishaw, A Very English Scandal) becomes increasingly difficult to be around. While he clashes with a colleague at work, his home life also starts to suffer.

The Replacement
When Ellen (Morven Christie, Grantchester), a successful architect in her mid-thirties, falls pregnant, she finds maternity cover in Paula (Vicky McClure, Line of Duty): brilliant, enthusiastic and raring to go. Ellen wants to champion her, but something’s not right.

Ellen begins to fear for her safety when she suspects her maternity cover has a disturbing agenda. Can her suspicions be explained away as female rivalry and her own insecurity of opting out of work at the top of her game, or do they speak to something deeper? (3 episodes, 2017)

AMC Plus June 2022 - The Ipcress File

The Ipcress File, Ep. 4
Suspecting an American hand in the abduction of Dawson (Matthew Steer, Les Misérables), Dalby (Tom Hollander, Pride & Prejudice) challenges General Cathcart by sending Harry (Joe Cole, Gangs of London, Peaky Blinders) and Jean (Lucy Boynton, Bohemian Rhapsody) to the neutron bomb test on a Pacific atoll. Harry soon follows a trail of clues into big trouble while Maddox (Ashley Thomas, Them) undermines Jean’s trust in her colleague.

With Dalby pursuing his own lethal mission to retrieve a female Russian defector, the duo are prey to the machinations of their supposed allies. As the test approaches and Harry confirms his boss’ suspicions, he is accused of murder while Jean’s orders leave her powerless to intervene.

AVAILABLE JUNE 10

Ten Percent, Ep. 8 – SEASON FINALE
In the season finale, personal pressures reach a boiling point, while professionally, the American boss plans to visit London, where a high-profile client is expected to be landing a massive franchise role. Guest starring David Harewood (Blood Diamond, Supergirl).

AVAILABLE JUNE 16

This Is Going To Hurt, Ep. 3 | New Episode Weekly
With a politician’s visit making labor ward more chaotic than usual, Adam (Ben Whishaw, A Very English Scandal) and Shruti’s (Ambika Mod) best doesn’t feel enough. Adam tries to fix his personal life once and for all.

The Ipcress File, Ep. 5
Cathcart (Tom Vaughan-Lawlor, Avengers: Infinity War), dismayed by the cancellation of the neutron bomb project, draws conflicted Maddox (Ashley Thomas, Them) into a vengeful conspiracy. They need a fall guy – and Harry (Joe Cole, Gangs of London, Peaky Blinders) is passed from brutal American gaolers to the hands of the Chinese military, where he is subject to a bewildering regime of mental torture.

In England, Jean’s (Lucy Boynton, Bohemian Rhapsody) determination to unravel the meaning of IPCRESS drives her to extreme measures on the returned but amnesic Professor Dawson (Matthew Steer, Les Misérables). Meanwhile, the interrogation of Dr Lavotchkin arouses suspicion and Dalby (Tom Hollander, Pride & Prejudice), finding himself at the mercy of Colonel Stok (David Dencik, No Time to Die), must choose between his lover and his country.

AVAILABLE JUNE 20

Analog Love
Do you remember sharing your feelings with someone through a “mix tape?” Analog Love is a joyful look at why this ritual of communication through music still continues to be so meaningful.

With the insights of Henry Rollins, Money Mark (Beastie Boys), Kim Shattuck (The Muffs), Jennifer Finch (L7), Jimmy Urine (Mindless Self Indulgence), Chantal Claret, Jude “Rude Jude” Angelini, Zernell Gillie (Grimy!), Mona Lisa Murray, Christian James Hand (The Session) and many more, we’ll get to the bottom of the long-lost art of the mix tape. (Documentary, 2020)

AVAILABLE JUNE 23

The Split Season 3 Ep. 1-2 – SERIES PREMIERE | New Episode Weekly
After a devastating end to season two as Hannah and Nathan’s marriage fell apart, we join the couple ten months on in the rubble of their previously rock-solid 20-year marriage. Both lawyers have been respectfully negotiating their separation and seem to have reached an amicable agreement, but Hannah becomes acutely aware of what she’s about to lose. But when a shocking revelation dramatically changes the stakes, any hope of remaining amicable vanishes. Is their split too deep to repair?

This Is Going To Hurt, Ep. 4 | New Episode Weekly
Adam’s (Ben Whishaw, A Very English Scandal) mistake comes back to haunt him, and he tries desperately to dig himself out of trouble. Shruti (Ambika Mod) is excited to meet a promising new mentor.

The Ipcress File, Ep. 6 | SERIES FINALE
Harry Palmer runs from the brainwashing, but he cannot hide for long from the agents of Cathcart’s conspiracy. Jean (Lucy Boynton, Bohemian Rhapsody) discovers the origin of Maddox’s (Ashley Thomas, Them) conflicted feelings towards his country and Dalby learns that his beloved organization is to be axed.

With attention diverted towards an imminent American Presidential visit, Harry fears for what is planted in his mind. As betrayal and deceit reveal themselves, and Dalby (Tom Hollander, Pride & Prejudice) and Jean face mortal peril, Harry’s (Joe Cole, Gangs of London, Peaky Blinders) odyssey is to reach its bloody climax and the stability of the free world can only be saved by his integrity.

AVAILABLE JUNE 27

My Name Is Emily
A teenage girl flees her foster home with her boyfriend. Their goal is to find her father, a brilliant writer who’s been institutionalized. (International Drama, 2017)

Belly of the Beast
When a courageous young woman and a radical lawyer discover a pattern of illegal sterilizations in California’s women’s prisons, they wage a near-impossible battle against the Department of Corrections. With a growing team of investigators inside prison working with colleagues on the outside, they uncover a series of statewide crimes – from inadequate health care to sexual assault to coercive sterilizations – primarily targeting women of color.

This shocking legal drama captured over 7-years features extraordinary access and intimate accounts from currently and formerly incarcerated people, demanding attention to a shameful and ongoing legacy of eugenics and reproductive injustice in the United States. (Documentary, 2020)

AVAILABLE JUNE 30

Wisting, Season 2, Part 2 (Eps. 5-8) – EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE | BINGE Full Season (Last Four Episodes Now Available)
Wisting Season 2 is based on Jørn Lier Horst’s crime novel ‘The Inner Darkness’, and this latest installment in the series literally opens with a bang. A convicted killer escapes from Detective Wisting’s custody by triggering a grenade during the inspection of a potential crime scene in the woods. The killer, who promised to reveal the location of yet another murder victim, instead blasts his way to freedom with the help of a former accomplice, injuring police officers in the process.

The case is now personal for the entire Larvik police force. Wisting embarks on some of the most intense days of his life as he must manage his revenge- thirsty team, as well as stop the two criminals before they continue their killing spree. The case also becomes personal for the detective’s daughter, Line, who is shooting a true crime-documentary about serial killers and was the one who instigated the whole inspection.

Features Carrie-Anne Moss (The Matrix) as FBI Special Agent Maggie Griffin (Norwegian-language, the last 4 episodes of the season, 2021)

The Split Season 3, Ep. 3 | New Episode Weekly
Tensions rise as Hannah (Nicola Walker, Four Weddings & A Funeral) and Nathan (Stephen Mangan, Episodes) struggle to disentangle their lives. Christie arrives in London, and Rose has a clear-out.

This Is Going To Hurt, Ep. 5 | New Episode Weekly
It’s the day of Adam’s (Ben Whishaw, A Very English Scandal) engagement party, but the situation at work is becoming increasingly overwhelming. Shruti (Ambika Mod) tries a new tack but doesn’t get the outcome she hoped for.


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