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Stranger Things, Bridgerton, Red Notice, and More Trailers and First Looks from Netflix's TUDUM Event

There. is. so. much. content.

Megan Vick
Stranger Things, Bridgerton, and Red Notice

Stranger Things, Bridgerton, and Red Notice


Holy trailers, Batman! Netflix's TUDUM, a virtual global fan event, celebrated more than 70 different series and 28 films. Over 145 Netflix-affiliated actors, creators, and others participated in the streaming festival that brought first looks, trailers, and breaking news from so many of your favorite shows and upcoming movies. The festival only lasted three hours but we got looks at highly anticipated series like Stranger Things Season 4, The Witcher Season 2, Bridgerton Season 2, and so, so much more. On the movie side, we got better looks at Red Notice starring Dwayne "The Rock" JohnsonRyan Reynolds, and Gal Gadot, plus an exclusive clip from Don't Look Up -- the all-star political comedy that will surely be in the 2022 Oscar race. 

Sounds like a lot, right? There's definitely a lot to catch up on, but TV Guide has your back and has collected all of the trailers and first looks that Netflix debuted on Saturday. You can check them out below. 



Super Crooks

It's anime heist time! This adaptation centers on Johnny Bolt, a small-time crook who recruits the ultimate team to pull off the ultimate heist. It arrives on Netflix just in time for Thanksgiving on Nov. 25. 

Stranger Things 

The Stranger Things Season 4 teaser gave us a look at Creel House, a new locale that will make its debut in the upcoming season. Something tells us that nothing good ever happens here. 

Money Heist

It's time to say goodbye to one of the best heist shows to ever do a heist. This sneak peek gave us a little inside look at what we can expect from the Spanish series' final episodes. 


The goodbyes don't stop there. TUDUM also unveiled a first look at the fourth and final season of Ozark. It will do nothing to relieve your anxiety about which of the Byrdes will make it out of this mess in one piece. 


A three-part documentary about Kanye West is coming to Netflix. The intimate portrait of the tortured rapper covers two decades of his career, from his early days trying to break through to becoming a globally known hip-hop star. (Warning: The clip contains NSFW language.)


Meet Kate Sharma (Simone Ashley)! She is a match for the surly Anthony Bridgerton (Jonathan Bailey) in this exclusive clip from Season 2 that tees up the enemies-to-lovers storyline we can't wait to watch play out. 

The Sandman

Neil Gaiman and series stars Tom Sturridge and Kirby Howell-Baptiste delivered an exclusive first look at the upcoming adaptation of Gaiman's beloved graphic novel series. New character posters were also unveiled on The Sandman's social media accounts. 

Cobra Kai

It's time to head back to the dojo! The cast of Cobra Kai revealed the Season 4 premiere date with a super fun video that teased what's to come in the upcoming season. We go back to the valley on Dec. 31, 2021. 


The first team-up between Netflix and Riot games got an all-new trailer for TUDUM. The gamer series will bring the League of Legends to Netflix when it premieres on Saturday, Nov. 6

Vikings: Valhalla

A new Vikings adventure begins on Netflix with Valhalla, and fans got to meet the new heroes (and villains) at the center of the new series. 

The Chestnut Man

TUDUM also showcased international series, including the Danish import The Chestnut Man. The behind-the-scenes featurette gives fans a look inside the series about two detectives who are on the hunt for a serial killer. This could be just the thing to help you forget about Mindhunter

Tiger King

It's the sophomore season you didn't know you wanted? Netflix announced when the second season of the hit docu-series was premiering and gave a refresher on Joe Exotic, Carole Baskin, and Season 1. The madness returns on Nov. 17.

Cowboy Bebop

Let's jam! TUDUM delivered the wicked cool title sequence of Cowboy Bebop, the Jon Cho-centered live-action adaptation of the iconic 1998 anime of the same name, and it shows just how close the live-action take plans to stay to the original anime.

Emily in Paris

If you enjoy love triangles on the side of your croissants and Parisian fantasy living, then look no further. Here's the Emily in Paris Season 2 premiere date announcement. The new season drops Dec. 22. 

The Crown

Royal fans, feast your eyes on the new Queen Elizabeth (Imelda Staunton) in this adorable message ahead of Season 5. Unfortunately, you'll be waiting until November 2022 until new episodes arrive. 

Colin in Black & White

On the young-adult front, TUDUM delivered an exclusive clip from Ava DuVernay and Colin Kaepernick's upcoming limited series about the ex-quarterback's high school years that led him to become an activist.


Music, drama, and romance intertwine in this reboot of the Mexican telenovela coming to Netflix in 2022. Above is a sneak peek at the cast's musical talent and the new uniforms. 

Inside Job

Are you someone who wanted to storm Area 51 at the start of the pandemic? Then the new trailer for Netflix's adult animated comedy about employees of the Deep State who are charged with keeping conspiracy theories a secret is just for you.

The Witcher: Blood Origin

Get your first-ever behind-the-scenes look at The Witcher prequel Blood Origin, which takes place 1200 years before the flagship series and will explain how the Conjunction of Spheres came to be.

The Witcher

If you thought you got enough Witcher news at WitcherCon earlier this year, think again. TUDUM arrived with two exclusive clips from the upcoming season, giving fans a little taste of what Geralt (Henry Cavill) is up against in the upcoming episodes.

And the festival ended with a brand new trailer for Season 2 -- and the announcement that The Witcher Season 3 is coming.



Bright: Samurai Soul 

Before TUDUM officially kicked kicked off, Netflix gave a sneak peek at its upcoming anime slate, including Bright: Samurai Soul, which premieres on Oct. 12. 

Drifting Home

Next was Drifting Home, a story about two estranged friends who find themselves transported to a different world when they visit their old abandoned housing complex. The film comes to Netflix in 2022.

Red Notice

Three of the biggest names in Hollywood -- Ryan Reynolds, Dwayne Johnson, and Gal Gadot -- collide in this exclusive clip from the action-comedy coming to Netflix on Nov. 12. Both Ryan and The Rock have their hands full when it comes to trying to take Gal down, but the clip proves this movie is going to be so much fun. 

A Través De Mi Ventana (Through My Window)

Netflix gets back in the romance game with this movie adaptation of the popular novel of the same name about a girl who attempts to make her neighbor fall in love with her. However, nothing may be as it seems by the looks at this sneak peek and premiere date announcement. The movie hits Netflix on Feb. 4, 2022. 

Extraction 2

Tyler Rake lives! Chris Hemsworth himself confirms the news, and that a sequel is on the way in this too-brief announcement video.

Army of Thieves

Before the world was taken over by flesh-eating zombies, there were thieves. The Matthias Schweighöfer prequel to Zack Snyder's Army of the Dead got a new trailer during the TUDUM festivities. 

Don't Look Up

Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep, Rob Morgan, and Jonah Hill -- and that is just a fraction of the star power in this cast -- plan to make you laugh on their way to Oscar gold in this exclusive clip from the upcoming movie about two scientists trying to warn the world about an incoming asteroid set to destroy the planet.