Tudum, a fan favorite of Netflix fans, is back. streaming service free Date this Thursday (14) and the full program, which usually gives the main news about the platform’s original series, films, animations and documentaries.
The event takes place on Saturday 24 September, and will include five global events that take place over the course of approximately 24 hours.
Attention: The #tudum it’s back!
There’s already a date for this year’s edition in a virtual event featuring exclusive news from your favorite series and movies. Write down and set aside a whole day to follow as there are 5 events in 24 hours.
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Additionally, Netflix also released a short video announcing “Tudem”. connect:
“Get ready for a day filled with never-before-seen footage and trailers, as well as tons of news and interviews with Netflix’s biggest stars. The free virtual event is one of Netflix’s global fandoms,” Netflix said in a statement. and will include content from over 100 Netflix productions, including series, movies and specials loved by audiences around the world.”
“Tudum” to be aired on channels netflix youtube in many languages. For more details, the company claims to stay on official siteWhere all the information about the event will be published.
Plus, in early September, the streaming service will release the full line-up with all the presenters and celebrities attending the party. Check out the announced schedule:
- Tudum begins with a block devoted to productions from Korea – at 11 o’clock, Brasilia time, on 23 September;
- September 24 at 2:30 pm Brasilia time – fans will be able to see what India has in store;
- September 24 at 2pm Brasilia time – the public will discover the news and surprises of Netflix’s productions from the United States and Europe, in addition to a block dedicated to original titles from Latin America, including highlights from Brazil;
- 25 at 1:00 a.m. PT – Our Stars of Japan will close the tude with the best Japanese entertainment;
“Tudam” was born in Brazil in 2020 and is inspired by the first sound you hear while watching a movie or series on Netflix. The success of the project was so great that it conquered the world, becoming the main platform for the streaming service to share news with fans of its productions.