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Netflix Tudum 2022: schedule and everything you need to know

(L-R)Mike Wheeler (Finn Wolfhard), Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) and Will Byers (Noah Schnapp) in Stranger Things season 4.
Get updates on the future of all the latest and greatest Netflix movies and shows (including Stranger Things) at Tudum 2022. (Image credit: Netflix/)

Netflix Tudum 2022 saw the global fan event returning to give us a detailed look at what's coming to Netflix in the near future. 

For another year, Tudum 2022 brought the biggest Netflix stars and creators from across the globe together on one virtual stage to celebrate and thank the fans for continuing to watch all the great shows and movies on the world's biggest streaming service.

Across 24 hours, Tudum 2022 saw the streaming giant revealing release dates, releasing unseen footage, and making new announcements through five separate regional broadcasts. More than 120 movies and shows were featured in some capacity across the event, with highlights including new info from the Bridgerton universe, plenty of news about The Witcher, and the final release date for The Crown season 5. 

Below you can find recaps from each of the five Netflix Tudum 2022 streams, plus where to watch the event online if you'd like to enjoy it all over again. 

Netflix Tudum 2022: all the biggest announcements

Below you can find wrap-ups from each of the five Tudum 2022 shows and check out some of the exciting teasers and info. 

Tudum 2022: Korea

During the Korean stream, Netflix revealed an unreleased clip from Squid Game season 1 which unmasked the Front Man, the mysterious figure who oversaw the game (this clip was replayed during the US & Europe stream). We were also treated to our first-look clip from Part 2 of Money Heist: Korea - Joint Economic Area, and the official announcement for Hellbound season 2.

In addition, there were teases for the horror series Glitch, a new movie called 20th Century Girl, young adult drama The Fabulous, plus a sneak peek at extreme game show Physical: 100 (opens in new tab) and the promise of a longer second season for the reality series, Singles Inferno. The full recap from the Korean Tudum 2022 broadcast (opens in new tab) is available on the Netflix website.

Tudum 2022: India

The second Tudum 2022 stream was the India broadcast. This teased a number of big projects including Vasan Bala's dark comedy Monica, O My Darling, crime thriller Guns & Gulaabs, Khufiya, a spy thriller from writer-director Vishal Bhardwaj and Rana Naidu, a crime drama featuring the real-life nephew and uncle duo of Rana and Venkatesh Daggubati. 

There were plenty more reveals, too. Netflix also showed off Class, an adaptation of the hit Spanish series, Elite, Scoop, which will be Hansal Mehta's directorial Netflix debut, an action-packed teaser for the new series CAT, and Kathal, a comedy which sees Sanya Malhotra tasked with tracking down some stolen jackfruit. Head to the Netflix website for a complete recap of the Indian Tudum 2022 broadcast. (opens in new tab)

Tudum 2022: US & Europe

The third stream was packed FULL of exciting reveals. Some of the biggest announcements in the world of TV included our first footage of The Crown season 5 (November 9), official clips from Wednesday and Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story, and the first look at Netflix's adaptation of the epic sci-fi saga, 3 Body Problem.

We also enjoyed (is that the right word?) an eerie trailer for The Watcher, a new horror series that's dropping on October 13, and then Witcher fans got a double helping of exciting news. For starters, we learned that Minnie Driver would be joining the cast of The Witcher: Blood Origin and that the prequel series would be hitting Netflix on Christmas Day, and then Henry Cavill showed up to confirm that The Witcher season 3 would be heading our way in summer 2023. 

Later, we found out when we'd be seeing what Penn Badgley would be getting up to next as we learned that You season 4 would be on the way in February and March 2023.

On the movie front, we got a look at all the work that went into bringing Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio to life, plus Reece Witherspoon and Ashton Kushter teased their new romcom Your Place or Mine, Jason Momoa introduced a fresh look at his new adventure movie, Slumberland, and Chris Hemsworth was on hand to preview Extraction 2.

In addition, we were treated to the official trailer for Enola Holmes 2 and Gal Gadot appeared alongside Jamie Dornan and Alia Bhatt to give us our first look at their high-octane spy thriller, Heart of Stone. As if that wasn't enough, Rian Johnson showed up to show off a scene from Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery! 

Other reveals from the presentation included the trailer for Manifest season 4, new casting info for Never Have I Ever season 4, blooper reels from The Umbrella Academy and Stranger Things, the premiere date for 1899 and a teaser for They Cloned Tyrone,  Jamie Foxx's next Netflix project which also stars Teyonah Parris and John Boyega.

For a complete breakdown of every surprise that came our way during the US & Europe presentation, check out the US and Europe Tudum recap (opens in new tab) on the Netflix website.

Tudum 2022: Latin America

Netflix's fourth broadcast of Tudum 2022 gave us a look forward at what to expect from Latin America, though they also threw in a couple of exciting additions from elsewhere in the world.

Announcements from this segment included a special casting reveal for A través del mar, a look at the Spanish-language music reality series, La Firma (featuring will.i.am as a guest judge), and the surprise appearance of Alice in Borderland stars Kento Yamazaki and Tao Tsuchiya who presented the "Super Teaser" for the second season of the popular Japanese series. 

We also saw a featurette for El Elegido, the upcoming adaptation of Mark Millar's "American Jesus" comic book series, which is shooting in Mexico, got a glimpse at Adiente paciencia, Netflix's first film out of Chile and a teaser for Love is Blind Brazil's second season. As with every other stream, you can find a full Tudum Latin America recap (opens in new tab)over on the Netflix site.

Tudum 2022: Japan

The Japan stream rounded out Tudum with a huge spotlight on Netflix's upcoming anime projects. Among this spotlight, we saw new stills from Aggretsuko season 5, a new trailer for the sci-fi series Moonrise, got cast announcements for Junji Ito Maniac: Japanese Tales of the Macabre and Make My Day, and were treated to the official trailer for Gudetama: An Eggcellent Adventure.

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We also got a look at some of the live-action projects coming from the region, including a preview of First Love, a series based on the music of Hikaru Utada, and a peek at the documentary LiSA Another Great Day which will chronicle the titular pop star's work on her tenth-anniversary project. 

We also saw a behind-the-scenes look at The Makanai: Cooking for the Maiko House, a live-action adaptation of the manga Kiyo in Kyoto: From the Maiko House, and the announcement of a new series called THE DAYS, which focuses on the people on the ground working to save the country during the worst nuclear power plant accident in history. Check out every anime and live-action reveal with Netflix's Tudum 2022 Japan recap. (opens in new tab)

What is the Tudum 2022 schedule?

Tudum kicked off on Friday, September 23 with region-specific streams for Korea and India before moving on to the US, Europe and Latin American showcases on September 24, with a Japan-focused stream rounding out the weekend on Sunday. 

DateTimeRegion
Friday, September 2311 am KST / 7 pm PT / 10 pm ET / 3 am BSTKorea
Friday, September 2311 am IST / 10.30 pm PT / 1:30 am ET [Saturday 24] / 6.30 am BST [Saturday 24]India
Saturday, September 241 pm ET / 10 am PT / 6 pm BSTUS & Europe (Part 1)
Saturday, September 242.30 pm ET / 11.30 am PT / 7.30 pm BSTLatin America (Part 2)
Saturday, September 24 (US)/ Sunday, September 259 pm PT / 1 pm JSTJapan

How to watch Netflix Tudum 2022 from anywhere

Tudum 2022 is now over, but you can rewatch the main broadcast from September 24 above. You can find the other three broadcasts across Netflix's YouTube Channels, if you want to revisit any of the announcements from Tudum 2022.  

Plenty of the highlights were also shared on Netflix's social channels, so you can get caught up on their Twitter (opens in new tab), Facebook (opens in new tab), TikTok (opens in new tab)and Instagram (opens in new tab)feeds.

Netflix Tudum 2022 trailer

The trailer for Tudum 2022 gave us a glimpse at some of the stars we'll be seeing set foot on Tudum's virtual stage. Jamie Foxx, Millie Bobby Brown, Chris Hemsworth Gal Gadot, Henry Cavill, Nicola Coughlan, Rian Johnson, Squid Game frontman Lee Jung-jae and most of the Stranger Things crew were all in attendance.

Which shows and movies will appear at Netflix Tudum 2022?

Netflix revealed a detailed breakdown of the shows and movies that would appear in the two broadcasts on September 24, which you can check out below.

1 pm ET / 6 pm BST

1.30 pm ET / 6.30 pm BST

2 pm ET / 7 pm BST

2.30 pm ET / 7.30 pm BST

  • The School for Good and Evil
  • Stranger Things
  • Triada
  • Carga Máxima
  • Matrimillas
  • El Elegido
  • Belascoarán
  • Ardiente Paciencia
  • Squid Game
  • Love is Blind: Brazil
  • La Firma

2.55 pm ET / 7.55 pm BST

  • Alice in Borderland
  • The Kingdom
  • El Amor Después del Amor
  • You
  • Élite
  • Beyond the Universe
  • The Marked Heart
  • A través del mar
Martin Shore
Staff Writer at WhatToWatch.com

Martin is a Staff Writer with WhatToWatch.com, where he produces a variety of articles focused on the latest and greatest films and TV shows. 

Some of his favorite shows are What We Do In The Shadows, Bridgerton, Gangs of London, The Witcher, Doctor Who, and Ghosts. When he’s not watching TV or at the movies, Martin’s probably still in front of a screen playing the latest video games, reading, or watching the NFL.