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New on Netflix: 'Comedy Bang Bang' and Marvel's Avengers highlight the week

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This week’s Netflix releases kicks off today with season 2 of the popular IFC comedy series “Comedy Bang Bang,” starring Scott Aukerman and Reggie Watts. The show is based on the podcast of the same name and features appearances from some of the country’s finest comics. Season 2’s guests include Andy Samberg, Aziz Ansari, David Cross, Sarah Silverman and Bill Hader

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The week of releases continues tomorrow with “Bettie Page Tells All,” a documentary on the famous 20th century pinup girl featuring interviews with Page herself, who discusses the ups and downs of her scandalous career. June 23rd brings a double feature of Disney’s animated Tarzan films, 1999’s “Tarzan and 2005’s “Tarzan II.”

June 24th brings several varied yet intriguing releases: “Elaine Stritch: Just Shoot Me,” a documentary chronicling the life of the acclaimed Broadway legend; 2012’s “Gambit,” a remark of the 1966 heist film which starred Michael Caine and Shirley Maclaine. The remake stars Colin Firth and Cameron Diaz, and boasts a screenplay written by Joel and Ethan Coen. Also arriving on the 24th is season 1 of “Marvel’s Avengers Assemble,” an animated show starring the beloved superhero team. “Wolf Creek 2,” last year’s sequels to the grim slasher set in the Outback, also arrives that day.

June 25th brings “WWE: Ultimate Warrior: The Ultimate Collection,” an expansive look at the legendary pro wrestler, who passed away suddenly in April, just a few days after Wrestlemania. The collection offers an overview of the wrestler’s matches and career.

To learn more about this week’s upcoming releases, including new seasons of “Witches of East End” and the BBC historical procedural “Copper,” view the slideshow above. Keep track of the latest Netflix Streaming releases by subscribing to the Netflix Instant Examiner today.

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