For the second year in a row, Netflix held a live streaming event called Tudum to show off some of its biggest upcoming movies, TV shows, and now games. (Although the names are the same, this Tudum has nothing to do with the struggling fansite also operated by Netflix.) There were a few notable absentees from the 2022 edition — still waiting to hear or see anything about season 2 of Arcane – but there were plenty of big names too. That includes news about two different witcher shows, trailers for Enola Holmes and Blades offand the surprising launch of an outstanding indie game.
If you missed the show, here are the biggest reveals.
The gang is all the way back in the sequel to Enola Holmes, in which Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill are once again seen as Holmes’ siblings, but this time Enola is a detective in her own right. The new film will begin streaming on November 4.
Gal Gadot stars in new action thriller for Netflix, with Heart of stone, which also features Jamie Dornan and Alia Bhatt. In the new clip, Gadot describes the film as a “super grounded, raw action thriller”. It will be released on Netflix sometime in 2023.
Given the enormous success of Bridgerton, it’s no surprise that Netflix is expanding it with a spin-off. In Tudum, the streamer showed a clip of the first such project, called a prequel Queen Charlotte.
We’ve already seen a few trailers for Wednesday, the Addams Family spin-off from Tim Burton starring Jenna Ortega in the title role. But the latest clip focuses on something very important: Thing, the conscious hand. The series will begin streaming on Netflix on November 23.