Netflix’s Tudum event is returning in September, promising sneak peeks and more

The Netflix Tudum returns as a virtual event, offering first looks at upcoming projects

Netflix is bringing back its “global fan event” dubbed Tudum. On September 24th, the streaming giant will host its second annual virtual event, showcasing upcoming projects. The event is now being held as Tudum: A Netflix Global Fan Event.

Details are still sparse on what Tudum will offer this year. Last year, Netflix took the opportunity to showcase several of the streaming service’s tentpole shows like The Witcher, Stranger Things, and Bridgerton. It also offered a first look at The Sandman, and the now-cancelled Cowboy Bebop. Red Notice, Enola Holmes 2, and more were also shown.

This year, Netflix is taking a slightly new approach to the event. Tudum: A Netflix Global Fan Event is being held with “five global events” over 24 hours. The day will include announcements spanning South Korean projects, to India, the U.S., Europe, and Japan. The event kicks off on September 23rd at 7 pm ET/ 4 pm, PT. Tudum then runs until 12 am ET/ 9 pm PT on September 24th.

As for which projects will be shown or announced is still anyone’s guess.

Viewers can tune in on Netflix’s YouTube channel, where the livestream will be available in a number of different languages.

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Source: Netflix