Netflix announced a group of new anticipated works during the Netflix Tudum 2022 Conference, a live event to showcase the most important films and television works expected to be shown on the platform. During the event, Netflix revealed new showtimes and trailers for the most prominent works, which we present in this report.
Highlights of Netflix Tudum 2022
Emily in Paris
Netflix released a short promo of Season 3 of the series “Emily in Paris,” during which it revealed its expected release date of December 21.
Netflix also announced that season 3 of “The Witcher” will be released under the name “Blood Origin.” The series will be released on December 25. Although there is no new trailer for the series, the company revealed the poster for the series and announced that English actress Minnie Driver would join the cast.
Netflix revealed that season 4 of the series “You” will be presented in two parts: the first part of the fourth season will begin on February 10, and the second part of the same season will follow on March 10. The company also released a short promo for the series starring Ben Badgley. Penn Badgley, and also offers snapshots of other stars.
Money Heist: Korea
The company has also shown a short trailer for Season 2 of the hit “Money Heist: Korea” series, “Joint Economic Area,” and although a release date hasn’t been set yet, Netflix has announced that new episodes will air “soon.”
The movie “Knives Out 2”
Netflix has introduced a new trailer for “Knives Out 2,” to be released titled “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery,” and the clip provides new clips that include the movie’s stars, as well as some puzzles. Netflix had previously announced the release date of the movie in early December.
The movie “Enola Holmes 2”
A new trailer for “Enola Holmes 2” has been released, starring Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill. The company announced its release date on November 4. Enola Holmes takes on her first case as a detective, but to unravel the mystery of the missing girl, she’ll need some help from friends, including Brother Sherlock.
Other notable works announced by Netflix include “The School for Good and Evil”, “Heart of Stone”, a second season of “Hellbound”, season 3 of “Dead to Me”, and “Extraction 2.”