Pluto TV has a special lineup for Father’s Day and Juneteenth. This lineup of free movies and TV shows will have something for everything.
Here is everything Pluto TV has to offer over the next 48 hours:
Father’s Day: June 18th
- Starting at 12pm ET on Stories by AMC: Breaking Bad marathon
- All Day on Classic TV: Families – Unforgettable TV Dads: The Brady Bunch, Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet, Too Close for Comfort, Married with Children, All in the Family
- Starting at 12pm ET on Nosey – Who’s Your Daddy?: The Maury Show marathon
- Starting at 12pm ET on Pluto TV Action: Gladiator, The Fugitive, In the Line of Fire, Sicario, 3:10 to Yuma, Clear and Present Danger, 13 Hours
- Starting at 6pm ET on Pluto TV Reaction: Raiders of the Lost Ark, Indiana Jones & the Temple of Doom, Indiana Jones & the Last Crusade, Indiana Jones & The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
- Starting at 8pm ET on Pluto TV Staff Picks: Unlikely Father Figures – Instructions Not Included, The Boys Are Back, Dear Frankie
- Starting at 8pm ET on Pluto TV Comedy: The Addams Family, The Addams Family Values
- Starting at 6am ET on Team Spirit: All day My Dad the Rockstar marathon
- Yellowstone Marathon Weekend on More TV Drama:
- Season 1: Friday, June 16th starting at 5pm ET
- Season 2: Saturday, June 17th starting at 5pm ET
- Season 3: Sunday, June 18th starting at 3pm ET
Juneteenth: June 19th
- All day on Pluto TV History: Michelle Obama: Life After the White House, A Century of Black Cinema, Believe the Barack Obama Story, I Am Not Your Negro, Jackie Robinson My Story, Mandela, The Negro Soldier, The Obamas: Believe, Michael Jackson Remember the King, Michelle Obama: Hope Becomes Change, Nelson Mandela Resistance, Obama Building the Dream, Martin Luther King Jr: Enough is Enough, Killing Martin Luther King Dr, Rejoice and Shout, Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am, Whose Streets, Whitney Houston: The Greatest Love of All, Whitney Houston: We Will Always Love You (2012), Booker’s Place: A Mississippi Story, The Trials of Darryl Hunt, More Than a Game, TV in Black The First Fifty Years
- Starting at 5pm ET on Pluto TV Documentaries: Good Hair, Rejoice and Shout, Venus & Serena, Whose Streets?, The Trials of Darryl Hunt, Rize
- Starting at 3pm ET on Pluto TV Spotlight: ATL, Four Brothers, Zola, Double Play, Brooklyn’s Finest, Out of Time, Posse
- Starting at 8pm ET on Black Cinema: Selma, Rosa Parks Story, Long Walk Home, The Watsons Go to Birmingham
- Starting at 3pm ET on Pluto TV Spotlight: Spotlight on Black Directors – ATL, Four Brothers, Zola, Double Play, Brooklyn’s Finest, Out of Time, Posse
- 10am ET on BET Her: Miss Juneteenth
1pm ET on BET Pluto TV: Miss Juneteenth
Here are some other new channels Pluto TV added this month:
New Channels in June
- The Price Is Right: Drew Carey: They came, they bid, they won! The Price is Right with Drew Carey now has its own channel. Join us 24/7 for America’s longest running game show.
- Family Feud Classics: Two families face-off in a feud to the finish as they compete to see who can guess the most popular answers to provocative surveys.
- Totally Teen: High school, friendships, crushes, pranks and more on Nickelodeon’s Totally Teen with iCarly, VICTORiOUS, and Sam & Cat every day on Pluto TV!
- OUTtv Proud: The world’s very first LGBTQ+ network, OUTtv brings a new adventure in Queer TV, OUTtv Proud.