• Netflix hosted an online conference this Saturday called "Tudum."

  • The platform has made numerous announcements and unveiled unseen images and clips of its big hits.

  • “The Crown”, “Strangers Things”, “Sex Education”, “Cobra Kaï”, “The Witcher” or “The Chronicle of Bridgerton”… What to remember from this event.

A first for Netflix!

The Los Gatos platform organized an online conference this Saturday for its subscribers, which was held live on YouTube, Twitch and Twitter.

The event was rich in announcements and images of future productions.

20 Minutes looks

back on what to remember from this first edition.

The first images of season 4 of "Stranger Things"

Netflix has unveiled the first trailer for the highly anticipated Season 4 of

Stranger Things


The clip opens with an American family who move into a beautiful building at the end of the 1950s or the beginning of the 1960s… The family is quickly confronted with strange phenomena.

Nowadays, the heroes of

Stranger Things

enter the same mansion, in ruins, in




"Can you tell us what kind of clue we're looking for?"

They ask.

This new season will be available on the platform in 2022, three years after Season 3, launched on July 4, 2019.


Stranger Things season 4, in 2022. #TUDUM pic.twitter.com/9qYWbYPuM4

- Netflix France (@NetflixFR) September 25, 2021

Two new faces for "The Chronicle of the Bridgertons"

Netflix also showed a preview from Season 2 of

The Bridgertons


After the love story of Daphne Bridgerton and Simon Bassett, these new episodes, expected in 2022, will focus on Anthony Bridgerton (Jonathan Bailey), Daphne's big brother, who is looking to get married.

"Your character is as mediocre as your riding skills," balance Kate Sharma (Kate Sheffield in the novels, played by Simone Ashley, seen in

Sex Education

) in this scene.

Fans of Julia Quinn's books are eagerly waiting to meet Edwina (Charithra Chandran), her half-sister, the one who first catches the heart of the viscount.

Season 2 will go live in 2022.

Nivellen in season 2 of "The Witcher"

After playing Tormund in

Game of Thrones

, Kristofer Hivju will play Nivellen in season 3 of

The Witcher


The character, well known to fans of novels and video games, was shown in a short clip.

Season 2 of

The Witcher

 will be live right before the holiday season on December 17th.

Netflix has given some info on the prequel,

The Witcher: Blood Origins

, which will take place 1,200 years before Geralt's adventures and will tell the origin of the very first witcher.

Filming has started in Iceland.

A spin-off for "Big Mouth"

Nick Roll made fans of his hilarious

Big Mouth

animated series happy

by announcing two good news: the development of a spin-off and a fifth season.

A new Viking era is about to begin, with the Vikings: Valhalla spin-off, which has unveiled its first images.

The promising generic of "Cowboy Bebop"

Announced at the end of 2018, the live action adaptation of

Cowboy Bebop

, the cult animated series of Shin'ichirō Watanabe (one of the best animes of all time) arrives on November 19 on Netflix, which showed an extremely promising credits. .

Dates for "The Crown", "Emily in Paris" and "Cobra Kaï"

Imelda Staunton, the new Queen Elizabeth of

The Crown

, delivered remarks to announce that Season 5 of the majestic series would be available in November 2022.

Great news for fans of

Emily in Paris

, season 2 arrives on December 22 on the platform, and promises to be sunny since the heroine of Darren Star will make a trip to Saint Tropez. 

Cobra Kai

returns to the series tatami with its fourth season on December 31.


, the series in the

League of Legends


is expected on November 6.

The fourth and final season of Ozark will be available in 2022.

“Sex Education” officially renewed

While season 3 of

Sex Education

was launched on September 17, Netflix delighted the many fans of the Laurie Nunn show by formalizing a season 4. Tadam (or rather) Tudum!


The replays of the week: "Midnight Mass", the religious terror of Mike Flanagan… An audio thriller with a 4-star cast ...


Gwyneth Paltrow Launches New Goop Series on Netflix Called "Sex, Love & Goop"

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