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“Dawson’s Creek” 
“Dawson’s Creek” ran on The WB from 1998 – 2003, and starred James Van Der Beek, Katie Holmes, Michelle Williams and and Joshua Jackson. The show set the stage for shows featuring teen love in…

Here’s Everything You Can Watch With Your Amazon Prime Membership in June

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Before we get to your Amazon Prime June updates, the streaming service has a special surprise for its members: every season of “Dawson’s Creek” is available now, and you don’t even have to wait until next month.

Starting June 1, stream “All or Nothing” which follows the New Zealand rugby team the All Blacks throughout their 2017 season. On June 3, you can stream the Oscar-nominated “Lady Bird,” followed by Amazon Original series “Goliath” Season 2 on June 15.

See below for the complete list of titles hitting Amazon next month.

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Available June 1 

1492: Conquest of Paradise (1992)

2 Days in the Valley (1996)

Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold (1987)

As Good As Dead (2010)

August Rush (2007)

Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans (2009)

Beer for My Horses (2008)

Beowulf (2007)

Black Widow (AKA: Before It Had a Name) (2005)

Blitz (2011)

Blood and Glory (2016)

Blue Like Jazz (2012)

Breakdown (1997)

Burnt Offerings (1976)

Cavedweller (2004)

Chinese Box (1997)

Clown at Midnight (1999)

Command Performance (2009)

Danger Zone (1996)

Day of the Dead (2008)

Disaster Artist (2017)

Doctor Zhivago (2002)

Dog Watch (1997)

Double Identity (2009)

Double Jeopardy (1999)

Dreams and Memories of Where the Red Fern Grows (2018)

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Drop Zone (1994)

Escape from Alcatraz (1979)

Event Horizon (1997)

Flickers (1980)

Forces of Nature (1999)

Flood (2007)

Hans Christian Andersen: My Life as a Fairytale (2003)

Hard Rain (1998)

Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man (1991)

House of D (2005)

I Am David (2004)

Ladies Man (2000)

Leprechaun (1993)

Leprechaun 2 (1994)

Leprechaun 3 (2001)

Leprechaun 4: In Space (2004)

Leprechaun 5: In the Hood (2000)

Leprechaun 6: Back 2 Tha Hood (2003)

Leprechaun: Origins (2014)

Mousehunt (1997)

Mutant Species (1995)

Nacho Libre (2006)

Nurse 3D (2014)

Panic (2000)

Rare Birds (2002)

Religulous (2008)

Revenge of the Pink Panther (1978)

Space Jam (1996)

Stanley & Iris (1990)

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007)

Tamara (2006)

Tears of the Sun (2003)

The 4th Floor (1999)

The Age of Innocence (1993)

The Ant Bully (2006)

The Ashram (2018)

The Burbs (1989)

The Care Bears Movie (1985)

The Eye 2 (2005)

The Frozen Ground (2013)

The Natural (1984)

The Pink Panther Strikes Again (1976)

The Running Man (1987)

The Young Karl Marx (2017)

Tilt (2017)

Universal Soldier (1992)

Vampire in Brooklyn (1995)

Ring of Fire (2012)

Saturday Night Fever (1977)

Serving Sara (2002)

Survivor (2015)

The Iceman (2012)

War, Inc. (2008)

Wonder Wheel (Prime Original movie) (2017)

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TV Series: 

All or Nothing: New Zealand All Blacks (Prime Original series), Season 1

Babylon 5, Seasons 1-5

Rescue Me Seasons 1-9

The Waltons, Seasons 1-9

Available June 3 

Movies:

Lady Bird (2017)

Max 2: White House Hero (2017)

Stargate (1994)

Available June 5

Movies:

Lions for Lambs (2007)

Available June 8

TV Series:

*Lost in Oz (Prime Original series), Season 1B

Available June 9

Movies:

Braven (2018)

Precious (2018)

Simon Says (2006)

Available June 15

TV Series: 

*Goliath (Prime Original series), Season 2

Available June 16

Movies:

Nostalgia (2018)

Transformers: The Last Knight (2017)

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Available June 18

TV Series: 

Suits, Season 7

Available June 26

Movies:

Shutter Island (2009)

TV Series: 

If You Give a Mouse a Cookie (Prime Original series), Season 1B

New in June- Available to Rent on Prime Video

Available June 5

Movies:

Delirium (2018) – Rent

The Dating Project (2018) – Rent

Thoroughbreds (2017) – Rent

Flower (2017) – Purchase

Sherlock Gnomes (2018) – Purchase

Available June 12

Flower (2017) – Rent

Sherlock Gnomes (2018) – Rent

Strangers: Prey at Night (2018) – Rent

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Katie Holmes Sends Love to ‘Dawson’s Creek’ Castmates After Reunion Snub Complaint

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Way to be classy, Katie Holmes.

“Dawson’s Creek” alum Holmes extended social-media love to her former castmates Mary-Margaret Humes and John Wesley Shipp on Friday, after Humes lamented that she and Shipp were left out of a recent cast reunion.

Holmes, who played Dawson’s pal Joey on the series, hit up Instagram to post photos of Humes and Shipp, along with the message, “Mary Margaret and John were such a huge and important part of #dawsonscreek I am so grateful to have worked with them and experience their kindness.”

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Hume and Shipp played the parents of Dawson Leery (James Van Der Beek) on the series.

On Thursday, following a cast reunion captured by Entertainment Weekly, Humes bemoaned on Instagram that she and Shipp were “blindsided” by the get-together, which she said happened “behind our backs.”

“Okay, so let me get this off my chest as the initial hurt has subsided just a bit,” Humes’ post began.

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“I send an enormous amount of love and shout outs to the thousands of followers messages and [heart icon]’s that both @johnwesleyshippjr and I have read about being left out of @entertainmentweekly ‘s #dawsonscreek ‘reunion’ photos. This was their choice…not ours…it was done behind our backs and we both were literally blindsided by it when we woke up yesterday in NYC and LA.”

While Humes said that she and Shipp “both did a short telephone interview after the fact,” she added that they “were never told about the reunion.”

“For the portion of our family that did appear in these photos…congratulations…you look great and I love you,” Humes concluded. “I only wish I had been given the opportunity to have said it to your faces. Such a shame.”

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Entertainment Weekly had no comment for TheWrap on Humes’ Instagram post.

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The recent reunion of the “Dawson’s Creek” cast might have brought joy to the hearts of the show’s fans, but it seems that two of the cast members of the show felt a bit left out.

Mary-Margaret Humes, who played Dawson’s mother Gail Leery on the series, took to Instagram on Thursday to say that she and John Wesley Shipp, who played her husband Mitch Leery on the series, were “blindsided” by the reunion, which she said was done “behind our backs.”

“Okay, so let me get this off my chest as the initial hurt has subsided just a bit,” Humes’ post began.

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“I send an enormous amount of love and shout outs to the thousands of followers messages and [heart icon]’s that both @johnwesleyshippjr and I have read about being left out of @entertainmentweekly ‘s #dawsonscreek ‘reunion’ photos. This was their choice…not ours…it was done behind our backs and we both were literally blindsided by it when we woke up yesterday in NYC and LA.”

While Humes said that she and Shipp “both did a short telephone interview after the fact,” she added that they “were never told about the reunion.”

“For the portion of our family that did appear in these photos…congratulations…you look great and I love you,” Humes concluded. “I only wish I had been given the opportunity to have said it to your faces. Such a shame.”

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For his part, Shipp posted a Photoshopped version of one of the reunion photos, with he and Humes inserted among their former castmates James Van Der Beek, Katie Holmes and the rest of the gang.

“Oh look @thereal_marymargarethumes There we are,” Shipp wrote.

EW had no comment for TheWrap on Humes’ statements.

Okay, so let me get this off my chest as the initial hurt has subsided just a bit…I send an enormous amount of love and shout outs to the thousands of followers messages and ’s that both @johnwesleyshippjr and I have read about being left out of @entertainmentweekly ‘s #dawsonscreek “reunion” photos. This was their choice…not ours…it was done behind our backs and we both were literally blindsided by it when we woke up yesterday in NYC and LA…we both did a short telephone interview after the fact but were never told about the reunion. For months I have been posting #behindthescenes photos to share my experiences of six years on this show…we were a #family & I know how much the photos mean to you from all the love you send me in comments…Yes, I do read them. Having said that… I will continue to post because yes, I have so much more to share. For the portion of our family that did appear in these photos…congratulations…you look great and I love you…I only wish I had been given the opportunity to have said it to your faces. Such a shame ???” #moretocome ??’?

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“Dawson’s Creek” was basically the “This Is Us” of the late ’90s and early ’00s. If you weren’t crying your eyes out by the end of an episode we’ll just assume you were dead inside. And that’s mainly because the characters themselves bawled a lot. But only Dawson’s tears had the honor of being turned into one of the most viral memes ever.

“I feel like everybody on this show cried more than I did and I was the one who got caught in the loop!” James Van Der Beek said of a popular “Crying Dawson” meme in a recent cast reunion interview with Entertainment Weekly.

“It’s not how many times you cried. It’s how you cried,” Joshua Jackson, who played Pacey, added.

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But it’s cool, cause Van Der Beek knows how to laugh through the tears.

“I love it. It’s my favorite thing about the whole show,” he said, jokingly. “It’s hilarious to me that you can work for six years on a show … and it gets boiled down to three seconds. It’s a perfect way-of-the-internet.”

Michelle Williams had no idea what they were talking about during this interview — so you also get the pleasure of watching her discover the creation for the first time, courtesy of Busy Philipps phone.

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“Dawson’s Creek” creator Kevin Williamson is all for a reboot — as long as he isn’t involved. Williamson told Entertainment Weekly he didn’t feel he could provide the show with any new emotional material while commenting on a discussion during a cast reunion, in which the actors pondered the possibility of a return. EW hosted […]

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If you were hoping “Dawson’s Creek” would go to the way of “Roseanne,” “Will & Grace” and “Murphy Brown” in the reboot department, we’re sorry to be the ones to tell you your prayers probably will not be answered.

The stars of The WB teen soap — which wrapped in 2003 — said in a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly they aren’t so keen on bringing it back.

“It would have to be a reinvention of sorts,” James Van Der Beek said. Katie Holmes added, “What I love about this show is that it existed at a time pre-social media, pre-internet, and it was nostalgic when we were shooting it. So I really like it where it is, to be honest.”

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In the series finale, Jen (Michelle Williams) died after a heart attack, with her young daughter  being taken in by her best friend Jack (Kerr Smith) and his partner Doug (Dylan Neal). Dawson (James Van Der Beek) is a budding director who finally gets to meet his lifelong idol, Steven Spielberg. And Joey (Katie Holmes) and Pacey (Joshua Jackson) proved to be the show’s one true pairing, as they lived happily together in New York City.

“Dawson’s Creek” creator Kevin Williamson says revisiting the series now could be tricky because of where he is in his life.

“‘Dawson’s Creek’ was me expressing myself at that point in time,” Williamson said. “And here I am, at another age, at another point in time. I don’t know what I could emotionally bring to the table. I can’t wait for someone else to do it. I don’t think it’s going to be me. But I’ll be happy to watch it.”

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Teen-weep staple Dawson’s Creek premiered 20 years ago, and to commemorate the anniversary The Hollywood Reporter sat down with series creator Kevin Williamson for an in-depth chat. Fans of Dawson, Joey, Pacey, and Jen will find plenty to savor here, as Williamson dishes on everything from the show’s origins and…

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They grow up so fast. “Dawson’s Creek,” one of the classic ’90s teen dramas that ran for five seasons from 1998-2003 on The WB, turns 20 this week. And those kids from Capeside have all gone on to bigger and better things. Heck, one of them is a four-time Oscar nominee, and another married Tom Cruise.

James Van Der Beek as Dawson Leery

James Van Der Beek went from teen heartthrob to crying Internet meme to spoofing on Diplo for his new series playing the famed DJ, “What Would Diplo Do?” He’s also starred with Krysten Ritter in “Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23.”

Katie Holmes as Joey Potter

One of Katie Holmes’s first post-“Dawson’s” roles was as Rachel Dawes in “Batman Begins,” a stark turn from the show’s soapy charms, but her most recent role is a scene-stealing performance in Steven Soderbergh’s “Logan Lucky,” where she plays a sharp-tongued Southern belle.

Michelle Williams as Jen Lindley

Jen Lindley shook up the creek, and Michelle Williams has since shaken up Hollywood. In 2017 alone she starred in “Wonderstruck,” “The Greatest Showman” and Ridley Scott’s “All the Money in the World” as she hunts for her fifth Oscar nomination.

Joshua Jackson as Pacey Witter

Joshua Jackson moved away from his lovably smart slacker persona with extended turns on the sci-fi series “Fringe” and most recently on Showtime’s “The Affair.”

Kerr Smith as Jack McPhee

Kerr Smith has found another teen drama to lend his name to, having most recently appeared in a recurring role on Freeform’s “The Fosters.”

Mary Beth Peil as Evelyn ‘Grams’ Ryan

Grams hasn’t changed one bit, as she can shoot the same stern look in “The Good Wife” as she did back in the day.

 

John Wesley Shipp as Mitch Leery

After serving as a father and mentor to Dawson, John Wesley Shipp now looks over Barry Allen on “The Flash.”

Busy Philipps as Audrey Liddell

Busy Philipps was a late addition to the cast of “Dawson’s Creek,” but she’s grown right along with the rest of the cast. She had a long stint on “Cougar Town” and most recently appeared in the HBO comedy “Vice Principals.”

Michael Pitt as Henry Parker – “Ghost in the Shell”

Michael Pitt’s Henry Parker was a recurring character in Season 3 as a football star and love interest for Jen, but he really made his bones as Jimmy Darmody in “Boardwalk Empire.” He’s also appeared most recently in “Ghost in the Shell” and the indie “I Origins.”

Chad Michael Murray as Charlie Todd – “One Tree Hill”

Just before he got his own teen drama in “One Tree Hill,” Chad Michael Murray appeared in Season 5 of “Dawson’s Creek” as a womanizing newcomer who dates both Jen and Joey. He most recently appeared on ABC’s “Agent Carter” and CMT’s “Sun Records.”

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You don’t wanna wait for the 20th anniversary of “Dawson’s Creek” to be over before you hear this news. Or, rather, remember this old news.

Saturday marks two decades since the pop culture phenomenon debuted, so TheWrap would like to bring this little bit of history to your attention: Back in the ’90s, the Parents Television Council named the popular WB series (which ran for five seasons from 1998-2003) one of the worst shows on television — two years running.

This was in part due to positive references the teen soap made about pornography and condoms, and the show’s acceptance of LGBTQ characters.

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The organization awarded the Kevin Williamson-created show the prize of single worst program of the 1997-98 and 1998-99 seasons for being “the crudest of the network shows aimed at kids,” which had “an almost obsessive focus on pre-marital sexual activity.”

The series — which starred James Van Der Beek, Katie Holmes, Joshua Jackson, Michelle Williams and later Busy Philipps — was bumped down to the fourth worst show in 2000-2001.

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It wasn’t just the PTC that had it in for Dawson and co. Former UPN President Lucie Salhany was also very critical of the WB for airing the drama, which portrayed  “adolescent characters in adult situations,” in an early time slot, on what was supposed to be “the family network.”

But, it was a rival network. So, take that criticism with a grain of salt.

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“Dawson’s Creek” 

“Dawson’s Creek” ran on The WB from 1998 – 2003, and starred James Van Der Beek, Katie Holmes, Michelle Williams and and Joshua Jackson. The show set the stage for shows featuring teen love in small New England towns like “One Tree Hill” and “Gilmore Girls.”

“Gossip Girl”

Kristen Bell is the voice of Gossip Girl, an anonymous blogger who revels in revealing secrets about the spoiled kids of Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Drama lovers, your search ends here: Serena (Blake Lively) and Blair (Leighton Meester) go through scandals galore.

“Gossip Girl”

Kristen Bell is the voice of Gossip Girl, an anonymous blogger who revels in revealing secrets about the spoiled kids of Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Drama lovers, your search ends here: Serena (Blake Lively) and Blair (Leighton Meester) go through scandals galore. The show was on The CW from 2007 – 2012.

“Degrassi: Next Generation”

People still love to talk about “Degrassi” because we like to remember Drake when he was still Aubrey Graham. The Canadian-set show about high school kids deals with more than heartbreak: some of the more notable episodes deal with teen pregnancy, racism and eating disorders. The show started on MTV in the U.S. but has played on several networks and launched the spinoff “Degrassi: Next Class.”

The O.C.

“California, here we come,” are lyrics in “The O.C.” theme song, also the theme song for any California road trip ever. The show about bad boy Ryan (Ben McKenzie) living in Newport Beach hit Fox in 2003 and ended after Season 4 in 2007.

“One Tree Hill”

“One Tree Hill” is like the “Dawson’s Creek” for the next generation. Taking place in small town North Carolina, the show documents the relationship between two half brothers who go back and forth between being friends and rivals. The show ran on The WB, then The CW, from 2003-2012.

“The Vampire Diaries”

The 2000s were fraught with vampire shows, but “The Vampire Diaries” stands out against some of the rest of the noise, especially with its huge fan following. The show started in 2009 and had its series finale this year, and aired on The CW.

“Riverdale”

The CW’s latest show has quickly picked up a large fan base. Based off the “Archie” comics, “Riverdale” has murder, sex and lies… the perfect cocktail for a good drama.

“Gilmore Girls”

Watching “Gilmore Girls” is kind of like curling up with a warm cup of coffee on a snowy day. It’s warm and fuzzy and familiar. We’re not including the recent Netflix reboot, by the way. “Gilmore Girls” started in 2000 and eded in 2007 on The WB, then The CW.

“Boy Meets World”

“Boy Meets World” aired from 1993 to 2000, meaning many a millennial would come home from school to watch Cory Matthews mouth off at school to Mr. Feeny. But we eventually grew up, right alongside Cory, and for that “Boy Meets World” has a special place in our hearts. The show aired on ABC.

“Skins”

This British teen drama dives right in to serious topics like anorexia, drug abuse and death. The show spawned an MTV spinoff that only lasted one season, but the original aired on BBC America from 2007-2013.

“Buffy the Vampire Slayer”

The classic teen vampire show. Fans of “Buffy” will probably tell you that it’s the best teen show of all time. Whether or not they’re right, you’ll probably enjoy this gem starring Sarah Michelle Gellar. It aired from 1997-2003 on The WB, then United Paramount Network.

“Veronica Mars”

Wait, you didn’t know that Kristen Bell starred in a teen crime show? Well, know you know. “Veronica Mars” was short-lived–it lasted from 2004-2007–but has become a cult favorite. It aired on United Paramount Network/The CW.

“My So-Called Life”

This teen drama starring Claire Danes and Jared Leto only lasted one season–1994-1995 on ABC–but is a much loved show. Some would even call it TV’s best teen drama. Good news is, one season is really easy to binge now.

“Friday Night Lights”

Football. Kyle Chandler. High school stakes. What more do you really need? “Friday Night Lights” aired on 2006-2011 on NBC and then The 101.

“Freaks and Geeks”

“Freaks and Geeks” served as a launching pad for many beloved actors, like Linda Cardellini, James Franco, Seth Rogan and Jason Segal. The one season tale of misfits–from 1999-2000 on NBC– won an Emmy in 2000 for Outstanding Casting in a Comedy Series.

‘Years of Living Dangerously’: Joshua Jackson Tours Coral Reef Destruction (Exclusive Video)

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Actor Joshua Jackson took a scuba diving tour recently, and he did not like what he saw.

On National Geographic’s “Years of Living Dangerously,” the “Dawson’s Creek” alum explores the one place on Earth where the impacts of climate change are most profound and yet practically invisible: the oceans.

Wednesday’s episode sees Jackson traveling to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef to look at the devastating impacts of ocean warming on the world’s largest reef system and the predicted impact of ocean acidification. He then travels to the Philippines where he looks at the impact of climate change in a place where hundreds of millions of people rely on healthy reefs for food, income and protection from storms. The picture isn’t particular pretty there, either.

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“In just hours, a reef that took thousands of years to flourish and grow, was wiped out,” Jackson narrates over some hard-to-watch underwater video.

This particular set of coral was weakened by bleaching, which led to a single storm destroying the ecosystem. Watch the video above.

“Years of Living Dangerously” airs Wednesdays at 10/9c on National Geographic.

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