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At Netflix’s virtual fan event, Tudum, new clips from beloved series such as Stranger Things 4, The Witcher 2, Bridgerton 2, Emily in Paris 2. Cowboy Bebop and more were revealed

Over the weekend, Netflix had its first-ever virtual fan event, Tudum where it released new and returning titles across various categories including anime, Korean and global main shows.

Some of the most notable reveals include new clips from the long-awaited new season of Stranger Things, Bridgerton and The Witcher. Meanwhile, new images have been unveiled for Emily in Paris season two and Cowboy Bebop released its title sequence.

Find out all about that and more in our roundup below.

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1. Stranger Things 4

Stranger Things 4 released a new teaser featuring the Creel House, which seems to be the newest locale in the upcoming season. Netflix also confirms that the fourth season will be airing in 2022.

See also: 5 Things Revealed About Netflix's ‘Stranger Things Season Four

2. Bridgerton Season 2

Bridgerton season two will be following the love story of Anthony Bridgerton and Kate Sharma. Netflix treated fans with a first look clip from the upcoming season featuring Anthony (Jonathan Bailey) and Kate (Ashley Simone) exchanging...not to nice words which we can expect to be another enemies to lovers kind of story.

Bailey and Simone also joined Nicola Coughlan who plays Penelope Featherington and Charithra Chandran who will play Kate's younger sister, Edwina Sharma as they talk about the forthcoming season.

See also: ‘Bridgerton’ Season 2 is in Production—Here's Everything We Know So Far

3. The Witcher Season 2

The Witcher season two delighted fans with not one but two new sneaks peek from the upcoming season. The first is a clip of Geralt (Henry Cavil) and Nivellen (Kristofer Hivju), a new character to watch out for in season two while the other is that of Geralt and Ciri (Freya Allan).

Stay tuned for December 17 when season two premieres on Netflix.

4. The Sandman

Netflix's upcoming series, The Sandman finally unveils its first look and character posters. The series is based on Neil Gaiman’s eponymous comic book. In the first look, Dream (Tom Sturridge) and Death (Kirby Howell-Baptiste) reveal a mind-bending and visually captivating live-action adaptation.

5. Cowboy Bebop

Just recently, Netflix revealed the first look images of its adaptation of the anime, Cowboy Bebop. At Tudum, now we get the first look at the title sequence, one of the original anime’s most iconic elements.

Fans will be delighted to see that Netflix seems to have understood the assignment and the opening sequence is largely similar to the original. The stills for its supporting cast have also been revealed including that of Ein.

See also: Netflix's ‘Cowboy Bebop’ Reveals First Images and Release Date

6. Emily in Paris Season 2

Emily in Paris has announced its release date for season two. Mark your calendars for December 22. In addition to that, a number of images from the second season have also been revealed.

See also: ‘Emily in Paris’ Season 2 is Officially in Production: Everything We Know So Far

7. The Umbrella Academy Season 3

While not a first look or a new teaser, The Umbrella Academy released an on-set video of its cast including Elliot Page, David Castaneda, Tom Hopper, Emily Raver-Lampan, Robert Sheehan, Aidan Gallagher and Ritu Arya. They answered some of the fans’ most pressing questions about the new season.

8. Sex Education Season 4

Sex Education season three just dropped earlier this month, but it's been confirmed that the students of Moordale Secondary School will be coming back for a fourth season.

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9. Money Heist 5: Part 2

The end is near as Money Heist season five’s season part just show a sneak peek from the final episodes.

See also: Exclusive: Ursula Corbero Says Bella Ciao to ‘Money Heist’ and Tokyo

10. Arcane

Netflix and Riot Games are teaming up for an all-new animated series, Arcane which will bring the global gaming phenomenon, League of Legends franchise to the streaming platform on November 6. The cast includes Hailee Steinfeld, Katie Leung, Kevin Alejandro, Ella Purnell and more.

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