Netflix Tudum 2022: How to Watch and What to Expect

Netflix Tudum 2022: How to Watch and What to Expect

The annual Netflix event has nearly arrived as the main livestream for Tudum 2022 begins tomorrow. This Netflix celebration will span across five events and multiple continents as the company is set to reveal more information about upcoming movies and TV shows.

Considering the streaming platform has a track record for good original movies and some of the most popular TV shows, you may be wondering how and when you can watch Netflix Tudum 2022 yourself. Take a look at our guide below for start times, schedules, and what to expect from the event this year.

Netflix Tudum 2022 Livestream Start Time

if you’re mostly interested in Netflix’s Western productions, you’ll want to tune in on Saturday, September 24 at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET for the main Global Fan event. The first of Tudum 2022’s five fan events will begin a bit earlier on Friday, September 23 at 7 p.m. PT / 10 p.m. ET, but this will primarily be focused on Korean production projects.

Where to Watch Netflix Tudum 2022 Online

Netflix will be streaming Tudum on its main YouTube channel where you can already watch the various teaser trailers for the show. You can also tune in on any of the company’s YouTube channels during the times listed below.

Netflix Tudum 2022 Schedule

Netflix Tudum 2022 is taking place over the course of 5 events across the world. If you’re wondering how to tune into all of these in the U.S. take a look at the start times for the various streams below.

What to Expect From Netflix Tudum 2022

Netflix has already revealed quite a bit about what they are planning to show at its event this weekend. Some of the biggest announcements we are expecting are updates on upcoming seasons and shows. This will likely include updates on The Witcher season 3, Shadow and Bone season 2, Squid Game season 2 and the final season of Umbrella Academy just to name a few. We will also probably be getting updates on some of the most anticipated new shows coming out of Netflix — such as Wednesday.

As for movies, some of the biggest announcements will likely be around sequels rather than new upcoming movies. The official schedule for the event features movies such as Enola Homes 2 and The Old Guard 2 as well as a sequel to the 2020 action movie Extraction. We will also likely be getting an update on new films such as Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio and the upcoming murder mystery thriller, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery.

Looking for what to watch on Netflix right now? Take a look at our guide to everything new on Netflix in September for the latest movies and TV shows added to the platform.


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