Netflix’s big event took place last Saturday, where a ton of movies and TV shows were announced that would enrich the streaming service: Tudum. The name is inspired by the soundtrack of the animated Netflix logo that plays when you launch the app or watch an original and should be familiar to all streaming fans. Long-running hit songs such as “The Witcher”, “Bridgerton”, “You” and many others received dates, trailers, and/or a new cast. From historical romance to thriller to fantasy, Tudum is a chance for Netflix to flex its muscles. We have compiled the best news from the event for you.
Enola Holmes 2: The First Trailer
The first trailer for the “Enola Holmes” sequel reprises 18-year-old Millie Bobby Brown as Sherlock Holmes’ early little sister. This time, Enola tries to start her own detective agency, but finds it especially difficult to get clients when she’s the teenage sister of Sherlock Holmes (played by Henry Cavill, 39). The new movie will be available on Netflix from November 4, 2022.
The Witcher: Season 3 info and prequel
Speaking of Henry “Geralt von Rivia” Cavill: Netflix announced that the hit series “The Witcher” will return for a third season in the summer of 2023. But it won’t be long before we get to see the action-packed fantasy world again: the prequel mini-series “The Witcher: Blood Origin” will be released on Netflix in December of this year.
Squid Game: Unreleased clip
It’s not a glimpse into the mysterious second season, but “Squid Game” director Hwang Dong-Hyuk (51) stopped it by Tudum and showed a previously unreleased short clip from season one. For the next few episodes, the director says that season two will be “full of all-new stories.”
First look at the Bridgerton spin-off
At the event, fans of “Bridgerton” were spoiled twice: first, reading the front page of the first episode of the new season planned for 2023 – this time starring Penelope Featherington and Colin Bridgerton. On the other hand, with the first look at the prequel series, which shows the young (fugitive from the King) Queen Charlotte, played by India Amaretvio (21) (see above).
Heart of Stone: An action-thriller starring Gal Gadot
Netflix has taken a first look at the upcoming spy thriller ‘Heart of Stone’ starring Gal Gadot (37) and Jamie Dornan (40). The humor not only provides a glimpse into the film but also provides a behind-the-scenes look and interviews with the main cast. Not much has been revealed about the plot, but it seems to revolve around the action-packed life of CIA agent Rachel Stone (Gal Gadot).
Shadow and Bone Season 2 features fan favorites
It’s been over a year since the fantasy series “Shadow and Bone – Legenden der Grisha” premiered. No date has been announced for the return to Netflix. However, in this short peek, there are first glimpses of a number of famous book characters: Nicholas (Patrick Gibson, 27) and Whelan (Jack Wolff, 26) meeting Alina (Jesse Mi Lee, 27), Kaz (Freddie Carter, 29) and General Kerrigan (Ben Barnes 41).
You: Season 4 consists of two parts
The hit thriller series “You” is not over yet. Netflix has decided to split the upcoming fourth season into two parts. The fourth season of Part One will premiere on February 10, with Part Two a month later on March 10, 2023.
The official clip: School of Good and Evil
The upcoming Netflix movie The School For Good and Evil is based on the book of the same name by Suman Chinani. It follows Sophie and her best friend Agatha as they study at a unique school where boys and girls are trained to be heroines, heroes, and villains. With a common goal: to maintain a balance between good and evil. In this short clip you will see the activation of the powers of each character in the School of Witchcraft, followed by the introduction of the two main characters Sophie (Sophie Anne Caruso, 21) and her friend Agatha (Sofia Wylie, 18). The premiere is October 19, 2022.
Mom: Teaser showing Jennifer Lopez in action
The new teaser for the upcoming Netflix movie “The Mother” stars Jennifer Lopez, a 53-year-old female killer who comes out of hiding to protect her daughter, who abandoned her years ago. The premiere is scheduled for May 2023.
Small scene from Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery
It started with Enola Holmes and now ends with another detective: Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig, 54) is back in business. We still have some time before Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery debuts in December, but this new trailer will at least make the wait a little sweeter.
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