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Netflix Tudum 2022: 10 Trailers and news that got us pumped

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By Marissa Chin

Netflix Tudum 2022: 10 Trailers and news that got us pumped

In case you missed the absolute whirlwind of a time Netflix fans were treated to this past weekend, Netflix held the second instalment of Tudum: A Netflix Global Fan Event. The live stream celebrated all things Netflix, featuring exclusive first-looks, updates, new trailers, and more from over 100 series, films and specials. 

Ahead, we’re rounded up the biggest scream-worthy trailers and announcements from Netflix Tudum 2022 that fans absolutely cannot wait for!


Another game is afoot in Enola Homes Two

The strong-headed teen detective is back in the newest trailer for Enola Homes Two. All is not as it seems when Enola (Millie Bobby Brown) takes on a seemingly simple missing persons case and finds herself at the centre of a massive conspiracy. Will she live up to her Holmes name? Unravel the mystery with Enola on November 4, 2022.  


A royal romance blossoms in Queen Charlotte, a Bridgerton spinoff

Fans of the hit period drama Bridgerton will know how central yet mysterious the haughty queen is. In this prequel, viewers will be able to learn all about Queen Charlotte’s origin story, including her marriage and ensuing romance with King George, and the formation of the Bridgerton society as we know it. Watch the clip above for Charlotte (played by Golda Rosheuvel) and George’s awkward first encounter. 


The deathly games return in Alice in Borderland Season Two 

Fans eagerly awaiting any news about the global hit Japanese series since its renewal in 2020 can breathe a sigh of relief as Netflix finally revealed an exclusive super teaser! Join Arisu, Usagi and the gang as they fight for their lives in the Borderland in order to return to their world. Expect gory games of epic proportions, nail-biting action, and shrewd wit in this series of life and death, streaming this December.


Joe heads to Paris in You: Season Four 

Hello, you. In Season Four Part One, Penn Badgley will return as the uber creepy psycho-killer but this time, as Professor Joe. Now that he’s in Paris, will he finally find his one true love, or will his time in the city of love turn into a city of horrors? You Season Four Part One premieres on February 10, 2023, followed by Part Two on March 10, 2023.


The Witcher: Blood Origin takes us back to the elven world this Christmas


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If watching the two seasons of The Witcher had you intrigued about its magical world, this new prequel will take us back 1,200 years before Geralt’s time, retelling the tale of the time before elves, monsters and humans converged in what was known as the fated Conjunction of the Spheres. Watch Michelle Yeoh wield an elven sword as Scían on December 25 as this new ensemble cast pulls back the curtains on the Continent’s mysterious history.


Keep your eyes peeled for The Watcher

Based on the incredibly chilling true story, The Watcher tells the real-life events of the Brannock family who, after moving into their suburban dream home, fall victim to an obsessive stalker known as the ‘Watcher’. As more ominous letters are sent and the neighbourhood’s sinister secrets start spilling out, Nora (Naomi Watts) and Dean (Bobby Cannavale) must defend themselves and their home from their tormentor’s watchful eyes.


Extraction Two makes an explosive return in 2023

Directed by Sam Hargrave, with the Russo brothers as producers, the sequel to Netflix’s epic blockbuster is returning next year. After barely surviving the events of the first movie, Rake (Chris Hemsworth) is tasked with another deadly mission: rescuing the family of a ruthless Goergian gangster from prison. Brace yourselves for more action and even bigger explosions.


Prepare your hearts, the cast of Heartstopper have reunited!

In another piece of exciting news revealed at Tudum, fans were delighted a sneak peek of the cast at their script reading for the upcoming sequel. Stars Kit Connor and Joe Locke play British high schoolers Nick and Charlie respectively in this uplifting LGBTQ+ coming-of-age-series. Kit is seen saying “bonjour” at the end, teasing at the infamous Paris trip comic book lovers can’t wait to see adapted on screen. Based on the popular comic book of the same name by Alice Oseman, Heartstopper captured the hearts (excuse the pun) of many with its positive depiction of LGBT relationships and diversity. 


Step into the dream world of Slumberland with Jason Momoa

This November, follow the eccentric horn-bearing outlaw, Flip (Jason Momoa) as he takes viewers and Nemo (Marlow Barkley) on an adventure of pure imagination. Based on Winsor McCay’s comic strip, Little Nemo in Slumberland, the fantasy film follows the journey of a young girl as she sets out on a journey to find her father. Nightmares and sweet dreams, ahead.


Make the right choices in Oxenfree: Netflix Edition 

Netflix may be known as the go-to streaming site for millions in search of good shows and films, but did you know that you could also play games? The latest game to join the platform is Oxenfree, which instantly became a hit for its compelling storyline and artistic visuals when it launched in 2016. Now on Netflix, users can play this interactive first-person game with no commercials or in-app purchases. Shaping up to be an indie cult classic, Oxenfree follows a group of high school teens who accidentally encounter a rift in time on a fun night out. Make the right decisions and uncover the mysteries of this ghostly thriller. Play the game here.


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