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TUDUM, Netflix's first-ever global fan event goes live today (25 Sep)

By Glenn Chua - on 25 Sep 2021, 11:37am

TUDUM, Netflix's first-ever global fan event goes live today (25 Sep)

Image Source: Netflix

One of the most distinctive sounds associated with Netflix is the beat at the start of every show on their platform. That’s why Netflix has decided to name their first global fan event ‘TUDUM’, the schedule of which has been released.

The three-hour event is filled with exclusive looks, clips and trailer debuts featuring over 98 shows and films, and over 100 talents from various shows in Netflix’s library. Ongoing titles such as Bridgerton, Ozark and Cobra Kai will have their new seasons spotlighted through first looks. News about other popular series such as The Witcher and La Casa de Papel (or Money Heist) will also be featured, and Stranger Things is tipped to have a mysterious surprise in store.

Some of Netflix’s upcoming content will also get a feature in this event. An exclusive look at a live-action version of Cowboy Bebop’s iconic opening title sequence is on the agenda, as well as more peeks at anticipated titles such as the adaptation of The Sandman comic and the star-studded blockbuster Red Notice. League of Legends-based animated series Arcane has also been discreetly slotted into the schedule, so expect some news about that to come up. 

Channels under the Netflix Asia umbrella also be getting a special pre-show that will spotlight anime and Korean content. Titles such as anime A Whisker Away and Aggretsuko, and K-dramas My Name and Hellbound are just some of the series slated for a feature. There’s also an Indian content spotlight exclusively on Netflix India’s YouTube channel.

TUDUM will be livestreamed globally, though you can catch the personalised Asia stream on Netflix Asia’s YouTube channel. The event will also be streamed on Netflix’s Twitter, Twitch and Facebook pages for an impressive total of 29 languages, owing to the company’s reach of over 190 countries. The pre-show starts at 8 pm local time on Saturday, 25th September, while the global event starts at 12 midnight. If you can’t catch it, Netflix will also be dropping a second premiere on Sunday the 26th, at 11 am.

Here's the full schedule for the event:

An Hour-by-Hour schedule of the event. (Image Source: Netflix)


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