Netflix’s Tudum Fan Event Teases ‘Stranger Things,’ ‘The Witcher,’ and More


Netflix teased a veritable buffet of binge-worthy content at its online convention, Tudum, with peeks at everything from “Stranger Things” season four to its adaptation of “The Sandman.”

Here’s a first look at “Stranger Things” season four, which is expected to start streaming in 2022:

We got the first clip from the second season of “The Witcher,” too, which is debuting Dec. 17:

That wasn’t the only Witcher-related announcement, either. The show’s official Twitter account confirmed there will be a third season “along with a second anime feature film, and a new Kids and Family series set in the world of The Witcher,” which means the franchise is coming pretty close to having its own cinematic universe a la the ones featuring Marvel and DC superheroes.

Netflix also confirmed that “Cobra Kai will return for season four on Dec. 31 and that “Bridgerton season two and “Ozark season five will both start to stream at some point in 2022, all of which should be good news for people who are too afraid to start a Netflix series for fear of the company suddenly dropping the show. (Ditto for the second season of “Enola Holmes.”)

Tudum hasn’t been entirely devoted to returning content, though. Netflix shared the first footage from its adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s comic series “The Sandman”, which you can watch below:

Netflix made some star-studded movie announcements, too, including a buddy cop flick from Gal Gadot, Ryan Reynolds, and Dwayne Johnson called “Red Notice” debuting on Nov. 12, a time travel wish fulfillment series called “De Volta Aos 15” arriving in 2022, Oh, and the Chris Hemsworth-starring “Extraction” is getting a sequel, and “Don’t Look Up” arrives Dec. 24:

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There’s also the Colin Kaepernick-narrated limited series “Colin in Black & White” debuting on Oct. 29 and a limited documentary series about Kanye West that is “coming soon.”

Netflix shared the opening sequence for “Cowboy Bebop,” too, as well as six photos from the live-action reinterpretation of the beloved anime series. (One of which features an adorable corgi, just in case the words “live-action” and “anime” had you concerned for a moment.) The series is supposed to start streaming on Netflix starting on Nov. 19.

Those were just some of the highlights from Tudum. The full event was streamed via YouTube, and of course everything presented will make its way to Netflix proper in the near future.

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