Netflix hosted its first global fan event Tudum on September 25, giving viewers the first look and trailer for 100 upcoming Netflix movies and series.
Netflix says Tudum Netflix’s two Net Netflix channels received 2.5 million views on YouTube channels, Twitter, Twitch, Facebook, TikTok and Tudum.com. Streimer added that 15 minutes after the show ended, exclusive clips and trailers have already generated 300 million views on social media. So far, the total number of views of all content produced by fans watching the event is about 695 million views – with more than 3.3 billion impressions in 184 countries.
The three-hour online show featured interactive panels and conversations with producers and stars, including some of Netflix’s most popular returning shows, such as “Stranger Things,” “Bridgeton,” “Witcher,” “La Casa de Pepel,” and “Cobra” Kai. ”Also on the list were high-anticipated new offers like“ Cowboy Babe ”. “The Crown” and “Emily in Paris” have both announced their second season premiere dates.
On the TV front, Netflix offers hidden viewing for its most popular shows, including the final episodes of “Money Heist” and “Big Mouth”.
The documentary teaser included Kanye West’s documentary, “Jean-Yuhus,” which featured an intimate portrait of the global superstar, including “Tiger King 2”, where Joe Exotic was seen giving an interview in prison. “Tiger King 2” will premiere in November.
Pictures that were teased during the event included “Don’t Look Up”, including a sequel to “Anola Homes” starring Meryl Streep, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Rob Morgan and Jonah Hill and Milli Bobby, Brown and Henry Cavill.