Tudum 2022 has here in all of its splendour! Today, Netflix conducted its second global fan event when it unveiled all the upcoming TV shows that would be available on the OTT platform. Fans are just as eager to start watching new shows like Wednesday and The Recruit as they are to continue watching some well-liked TV series like The Crown and Bridgerton, which are returning for another season. With that said, let’s look at every new TV show and each of the next seasons that were revealed at Netflix Tudum 2022.
Netflix Upcoming TV Shows List (2022)
All of the TV shows that will be available on Netflix in the upcoming weeks or months are listed here, along with a brief description and their trailers. Let’s begin.
Please take note that some of the TV show descriptions may include spoilers or character names.
We already know that Squid Game Season 2 is in the planning stages. Unfortunately, we didn’t receive any information about the second season of Squid Game because its creator and director, Hwang Dong-hyuk, is still working on the script. The Front Man (Hwang In-ho) is reportedly seen returning home to refill his fish tank while his presumably deceased brother Jun-ho (Wi Ha-Joon) is spying on his apartment from across the street in an unseen Season 1 clip that was sent to us.
Therefore, we may anticipate that the plot of Squid Game Season 2 will continue the plot of Season 1, assisting us in solving the mystery surrounding the games.
Witcher Season 3
In the summer of 2023, Netflix will release a new season of the much-loved fantasy series Geralt of Rivia. You’ll be able to meet Geralt (Henry Cavill), Yennefer (Anya Chalotra), Ciri (Freya Allan), and other incredible new characters next year after almost 1.5 years. During the Tudum 2022 event, Cavill made an appearance with his two co-stars Anya and Freya to showcase some Season 3 artwork and reveal the release schedule. We didn’t receive any trailers, so we can’t determine how the plot develops after this point. However, there will soon be more demon slaying.
Date of Release: Summer 2023
The Witcher Blood Origin
With The Witcher: Blood Origin, Netflix will educate us to the history of the Continent before we encounter Geralt once more. This TV show is a prequel that occurs about 1200 years before The Witcher’s events.
Michelle Yeoh, Laurence O Fuarain, and Sophia Brown, three warrior elves, will be seen working on the first Witcher. At some point, the plot will culminate in the Conjunction of the Spheres, a catastrophe that will impact the elf, human, and monster worlds.
Availability: December 25
TV Series 1899
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Another mystery-thriller TV show called 1899 is coming to Netflix in November from the makers of Dark. The story is set in the nineteenth century, and the characters are on board a ship sailing from London to New York. But when they come across another ship drifting at sea, their delight quickly turns into a horror. If you’ve already seen Dark, you already know what a treat you’re in for!
The Crown Season 5
Availability: November 17
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You Season 4 (Part 1 and 2)
On November 9, 2022, The Crown, another well-liked Netflix TV programme, will return for its fifth season. Following the recent passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, this television series debuts (portrayed by Imelda Staunton in Season 5). According to speculations, you will see the turbulent lifestyles of the royal family members in the 1990s. This means that in addition to Princess Diana’s tragic death in a 1997 automobile tragedy, we can anticipate to see the story of the divorces of three of the queen’s children.
Availability: November 9
Without any information on the internet’s favourite murderous stalker Joe, Netflix Tudum 2022 would have been lacking. Yes, Joe has returned and he now goes by a different name. Joe left his American background behind and moved to the UK, where he is now a teacher in London. We do not yet know how the series of events in this two-part season will play out, but the teaser does introduce some of the upcoming characters.
Date of Release: February 10, 2023
Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story
The premiere date of Wednesday, an Addams Family TV programme, was announced by the streaming service a day before Netflix Tudum 2022. Wednesday’s inaugural season will air on November 23. (a Wednesday, as expected). The plot will centre on Wednesday Addams (Jenna Ortega), a student at the enchanted boarding school Nevermore Academy. You will soon be drawn in by a string of murders and their mystery.
Availability: November 23
Shadow and Bone Season 2
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Fans may already be aware that Bridgerton Season 3 is presently in production. We will, however, soon be getting a Bridgerton spin-off TV series, as revealed at Netflix Tudum 2022. The television series, Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story, will examine the history of Queen Charlotte (India Amarteifio), her romance with King George III (Corey Mylchreest), and how we came to live in the world of Bridgerton as it is now.
Watch Shadow and Bone Season 2 to see how the Grishaverse grows; we got an early glimpse at today’s Netflix Tudum fan event. We were given a closer look at new magicians who had been introduced to Ravka’s group of magicians in addition to seeing some of the existing showrunners. You will need to wait for the publication of an official trailer because the trailer does not give away any storyline details.
Date of Release: 2023
During the Tudum fan event, Netflix unveiled a terrifying trailer for their newest mystery-thriller TV series, The Watcher. Here, we witness the Braddock family settling into their brand-new residence in a peaceful area. However, while they work to reveal the truth about their home and community, the family will need to be vigilant for threats at every turn. Why, you inquire? Because someone who goes by the name of The Watcher is closely monitoring them. Sounds frightening, huh?
List of Upcoming TV Series on Netflix
Availability: October 13