Netflix’s TUDUM event’s biggest reveal on upcoming series, documentaries and moviesThe Badger Herald

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Netflix followed in DC, PlayStation and Comic-Con’s footsteps on Saturday with their virtual fan event announcing the expected recall titles for 2021 and 2022.

Netflix hosted a three-hour ‘TUDUM’ live event last weekend and included announcements for nearly 100 different upcoming series.. Fans got a glimpse of the expected movies and series through big announcements, first looks, and even a few trailers.

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Last week, Netflix claimed the title “The Home of True Crime” by announcing a number of upcoming real crime documentaries, including a sequel to the pandemic hit “King tiger. “During TUDUM, Netflix unveiled the first teaser for the sequel documentary and confirmed its release date November 17. Netflix also announced “Jeen-Yuhs, “ a documentary on Kanye West’s illustrious career, slated for release in 2022.

Fans reacted with intense excitement when Netflix revealed the first official footage for the highly anticipated TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s groundbreaking comic series “The sand man. Although short and vague, the teaser looked incredibly promising. No release date has been announced, but some expect the series to drop in early 2022.

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The event featured footage from three upcoming films. There were new images of Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot in the spy thriller “Red Notice, ” Which one is is slated to drop on the streaming service on November 12.

An official trailer for “Army of thieves, “a prequel to” by Zack Snyder “Army of the dead“which was released earlier this year, has also been revealed. The film details the criminal life of Dieter’s character before the looming zombie apocalypse. The film will be released on Netflix just in time for Halloween on October 29.

More footage was shown from Adam McKay’s black comedy “Do not seek. ” The film focuses on two low-level astronomers – Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence – as they attempt to save Earth from the approach of a comet large enough to destroy the planet. The film hits theaters on December 10 and hits Netflix on Christmas Eve.

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Other revelations included footage from Netflix’s adaptation of the popular anime “Cowboy Bebop“, a new teaser for”Strange things 4 ″ and the season renewal announcements for “The witcher ” and “Sex education. “

While that has barely scratched the surface of what was revealed during Netflix’s first TUDUM event, suffice it to say that there is a lot to look forward to for the remainder of 2021 and 2022.

While other streaming services have taken hold of the industry, this event made it clear that Netflix has no intention of taking a back seat. The company has signed countless big names for upcoming projects and recently acquired the rights to the entire Roald Dahl Catalog of Stories.

Overall, keep an eye out for Netflix as they have pop culture in the palm of their hands.

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