Netflix Tudum Event: Ultraman, Sandman, Stranger Things 4, and Cowboy Bebop
Yesterday, Saturday 25th, Netflix began a three hour long Event starting at 9 a.m. PT/noon ET. Netflix’s Tudum Event revealed some exciting geek related gems. If you are scratching your head trying to figure out what this is, it is Netflix’s first global fan-event promoting shows that will be featured on the streaming platform. Taking a note f the popular Law & Order’s “Dun Dun” sound, “Tudum” is the sound before each show instantly recognizable as the Netflix’s sound.
Synopsis: A hero from the sky’s offspring must go to earth and fight to protect it from an alien threat. Ultraman’s son has big shoes to fill.
The show premiered in 2019 and now the Japanese anime will return with a second season will arrive in Spring of 2022.
Comic Book fans may already be familiar with the series, “The Sandman.” And, Thus familiarized with the struggle of getting the series made with Netflix. For those unfamiliar, The Sandman is a comic book created by Neil Gaiman and published by DC Comics. In the Netflix teaser for the adaptation, fans were treated to the main actor involved, Tom Sturridge as Dream. The Sandman, Netflix adaption, has been in the works for years but now will finally hit the streaming platform soon at to be determined date.
“Today, we will achieve what has never been acccomplished, we will summon and imprison death…Death has family. Desire. Destiny. Despair. and which one do I got? Dream.”
Last season, of Stranger Things left Fans with so many questions and clammoring for any details of the next season. So, Stranger Things fans will be happy to see this little gem: Creel House. Now, the new location was teased during Netflix’s Tudum Event. As expected, the teaser was creepy to say the least. Initially, one of the first images revealed was that of a dead bunny and playing the song, “Dream a little dream of me” in the background. Likewise, in the present, it is in this location, that we find our main crew searching for clues. Yet, it isn’t revealed at this time what those clues are for. However, fans are on the edge of their seats for what’s to come next.
Notably, Netflix has been featuring many animes and adations lately bringing them a lot of sucess covering a market that many are missing out. Cowboy Bebop is a Japanese science fiction neo-noir anime television series. Now, that anime is getting a live-action adaptation on Netflix. Ultimately, the show centers around Bounty Hunters that travel around the galaxy to track down the most dangerous criminals. Of course, that is only if you pay them well. Accordingly, the Live-action adaptation will star John Cho; Mustafa Shakir; Daniella Pineda; Alex Hassell; Elena Satine.