Anyone who’s used to Netflix is very familiar with its opening sequence… TUDUM! You will usually you hear it but you rarely see it spelled out. To be more precise, TUDUM is the first beat you hear when you watch a show or movie on Netflix. It’s actually the inspiration behind their inaugural “TUDUM: A Netflix Global Fan Event.”
Taking place on September 25, their biggest stars and creators from around the world — representing over 70 series, films and specials — will join the virtual stage for this exciting day full of exclusives and first looks. It’s their first ever global TUDUM event, and their goal is simple: to entertain and honor Netflix fans from across the globe.
How to Watch
The virtual livestream event begins at 9am PST / 12pm EST / 4pm GMT / 1am JST and KST. The event will be broadcast across Netflix’s YouTube channels worldwide, in addition to Twitter and Twitch.
There will be special pre-shows spotlighting Korean and Indian series and films along with exciting anime content that will kick-off at 5am PST / 8am EST / 12pm GMT / 9pm JST and KST on specific channels.
What to Expect
Over 70 films and series will be featured throughout the three-hour TUDUM event — including some of their most popular returning seasons like Stranger Things, Bridgerton, The Witcher, La Casa De Papel (Money Heist) and Cobra Kai, as well as blockbuster films like Red Notice, Don’t Look Up, Extraction, The Harder They Fall, The Old Guard and more.
How to Co-Stream
Fans are also invited to co-stream and react to our TUDUM event in real time on their Facebook, Twitch or YouTube channels. Check out this guide on how to co-stream on Twitch. Sign up to co-stream at TUDUM.com.
Netflix fans will be the first to hear breaking news and see first looks, new trailers and exclusive clips during interactive panels and conversations with the creators and stars from Netflix. Be sure to tune in on September 25, we know we will.
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