Netflix announces TUDUM program with news on “The Witcher”, “Stranger Things” and “Bridgerton” bloopers

Many shows, movies and more will be presented at Netflix’s TUDUM this weekend!

Netflix’s second TUDUM event is almost here! On Saturday 24 September, the streamer will broadcast the global event dedicated to fans and, pending the event, the complete list of productions that will be protagonists has been announced.

Related announcements, clips and more over 120 of the most important shows, films, video games and specials from the huge Netfli libraryx will be visible to fans around the world through the streamer’s YouTube channels around the world and on Twitch, Twitter and Facebook. With over 200 stars who will attend the event, the fun will start at 10:00 am PT / 1: 00 pm ET in the US, with us in Italy, then it will start at 7:00 pm.

The event promises a great series of announcements, starting with Bridgerton. A Netflix event wouldn’t be right without Shonda Rhimes, who will present a first taste of the spinoff series Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story and will introduce its protagonist India Amarteifio.


The cast of Outer Banks and Darkness and Bones will be in attendance to preview the teasers of their latest seasons. With the recent conclusion of production of The Witcher season 3, series star Henry Cavill will take the stage to share some behind-the-scenes footage and perhaps an interesting update on the series. In addition to the announcements, also expect fun Q&A with the cast of Stranger Things, Squid Game, Emily in Paris and Bridgerton.

As for the major films that will appear in the first half of the event, Millie Bobby Brown will star with a new trailer of his highly anticipated sequel Enola Holmes 2, followed by Gal Gadot with a behind-the-scenes look at his new film Heart of Stone.


Another big hit is planned for the first part: Rian Johnson shows up with an exclusive Glass Onion clip. Jamie Foxx will also be making an appearance to both share the first look at her new one sci-fi comedy They Cloned Tyrone both to show some games for Netflix, including indie darling Oxenfree: Netflix Edition. Upon its original release in 2016, the 2D supernatural mystery game became a critical favorite and earned several The Game Awards nominations.

The ceremony will end with the intervention of Kerry Washington of The Academy of Good and Evil, which will intervene to present the new fantasy film.

The second part of the event begins at 11:30 am PT / 2:30 pm ET and there is still a lot to discover, with a particularly noteworthy presence: Jenna Ortega, the actress will present not only a new clip, but also the date of the premiere of the highly anticipated series The Addams Family, Wednesday.

Also, the new Ryan Murphy murder series, The Emmy-winning The Watcher will have its first trailer during the showcase, as well as the fourth season of the hit show Manifest. The event also promises some fun moments to welcome The Witcher: Blood Origin, the upcoming prequel miniseries of the series led by Cavill.


We will also know the title and other information on the new untitled Netflix series by Noah Centineo. The spy thriller premiered in April 2021 with Centineo, Netflix’s favorite character, but information has been scarce since then.

Finally, Netflix has many surprises in store to complete the movie section, the streamer will host Jason Momoa to share a clip of his new Slumberland movie. One of the most important moments, however, will be the first look at the Pinocchio by Guillermo del Toro, directly from the award-winning director himself. Del Toro’s retelling of the classic story is sure to be a unique, more somber adaptation and a welcome change for audiences following the poor reception of Disney’s live-action film.


Among other revelations, the announcement of the release date of the sentimental comedy of Reese Witherspoon and Ashton Kutcher, Your Place or Mineand the first look at the latest film by Jennifer Lopez, The Mother.

Here is the official trailer of this year’s TUDUM event.

Netflix announces TUDUM program with news on “The Witcher”, “Stranger Things” and “Bridgerton” bloopers