‘Bridgerton’ spinoff, ‘Knives Out′ sequel and everything else we learned at Netflix’s Tudum

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Netflix rolled out the red carpet for its own TV shows and movies at its annual Tudum event Saturday, sharing spoilers on everything from the “Bridgerton” spinoff “Queen Charlotte” to “Glass Onion,” the mysterious “Knives Out” sequel, with trailers for fan favorites like “You” and “Dead to Me” sprinkled in for good measure.

Here’s everything we learned:

The Brannocks are being watched

Ryan Murphy, the busiest man in television, unveiled the first trailer for his new show, “The Watcher,” the kind-of true story about a mysterious house in suburban New Jersey where ominous letters keep landing in the mailbox. The show premieres Oct. 13 and stars Naomi Watts, Bobby Cannavale, Mia Farrow, Noma Dumezweni, Richard Kind, Margo Martindale and Jennifer Coolidge.

“The Witcher” is coming

“Blood Origin” will premiere on Dec. 25 and the third season of the original show will land sometime in summer 2023 with new cast members Robbie Amell, Meng’er Zhang, Hugh Skinner and Christelle Elwin. The prequel series is set 1,200 years before the events of “The Witcher,” tracking the creation of the first prototype Witcher and what led up to the Conjunction of the Spheres, and starring Michelle Yeoh, Sophia Brown and Laurence O’Fuarain.

“1899″ is sooner than you think

The latest mystery from the pair behind “Dark” will premiere on Nov. 17, a multilingual series about a migrant steamship heading west to leave the old continent that unexpectedly encounters another migrant ship adrift in the sea.

“Dead to Me” comes back to life

The third and final season will hit Netflix on Nov. 17, reuniting Christina Applegate’s Jen and Linda Cardellini’s Judy in their final dark and twisted adventure. It’s unclear yet if there are more secret twins.

Get ready to solve the “Glass Onion”

Rian Johnson’s long-awaited sequel to “Knives Out” drops Dec. 23 with a stunning cast including Janelle Monáe, Leslie Odom Jr., David Bautista, Jessica Henwick, Kathryn Hahn, Kate Hudson, Edward Norton and Daniel Craig. The new trailer features a mysterious puzzle box and an invitation on a private yacht to solve their host’s murder.

The Pogues are back in town

“Outer Banks” returns for its third season in 2023 with our messy runaways settling down in Poguelandia.

Jason Momoa heads to “Slumberland”

The magical dream world of Winsor McCay’s 1905 comic strip comes to life on Nov. 18 as Flip (Momoa), a 9-foot-tall half-man, half-beast, helps 11-year-old Nema (Marlow Barkley) hunt down her missing father.

Noah Centineo is joining the CIA

The “To All the Boys” heartthrob is going gritty in “The Recruit,” starring as a fledgling lawyer at the CIA “who becomes enmeshed in dangerous international power politics when a former asset threatens to expose the agency.” The series premieres Dec. 16.

Reese Witherspoon gets back in the rom-com game

Netflix is keeping footage of “Your Place or Mine” under wraps, but we do know that Witherspoon and Ashton Kutcher play two long-distance best friends who uproot their lives when Debbie decides to pursue a lifelong dream and Peter offers to help out with her teenage son. The movie hits the streamer on Feb. 10, directed by Aline Brosh McKenna, who co-created “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” and wrote favorites like “The Devil Wears Prada” and “27 Dresses.”

Jennifer Lopez comes out of hiding

Jenny from the block has a few secrets up her sleeve. Lopez plays a deadly assassin who comes out of hiding to protect the daughter that she gave up years before in “The Mother,” premiering in May. Co-stars Joseph Fiennes, Lucy Paez, Omari Hardwick, Paul Raci and Gael Garcia Bernal.

Professor Joe clocks in

New country, new identity. Joe Goldberg is going by Prof. Joe now in the fourth season of “You,” premiering Feb. 10. He swears he’s turned a corner. Tati Gabrielle returns as Marienne Bellamy, while Charlotte Ritchie joins the cast as new leading lady, Kate, the “icy b---h” adult in the room. Lukas Gage, Tilly Keeper, Amy Leigh Hickman and Ed Speleers also star.

Enola Holmes is still up to no good

Millie Bobby Brown gets another go at the delightful Enola Holmes, younger sister of Sherlock (Henry Cavill), in the sequel film. This time, Enola hunts for a missing girl, out Nov. 4.

Gal Gadot is 50 shades of spy

Gadot, Jamie Dorman and Alia Bhatt are teaming up for “Heart of Stone,” a spy thriller that promises exactly enough car chases and explosions. The movie hits Netflix in 2023.

Queen Charlotte goes on the run

Decades before she rules the ton, a young Queen Charlotte (India Amarteifio) has no interest in her troll of a future husband, King George.

Queen Elizabeth’s story continues

The fifth season of “The Crown,” which introduces Imelda Staunton as Queen Elizabeth II, Jonathan Pryce as Prince Philip, Dominic West as Prince Charles, Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana, Lesley Manville as Princess Margaret and Jonny Lee Miller as Prime Minister John Major, premieres on Nov. 9.

Emily is back in Paris

Netflix’s frothiest, silliest series, “Emily in Paris,” returns Dec. 21. Will Emily (Lily Collins) finally make a decision between her two men, Alfie (Lucien Laviscount) and Gabriel (Lucas Bravo)? Almost certainly not.

“Manifest” begins its final descent

Saved from NBC cancellation, the first half of the final season of “Manifest” will begin streaming on Nov. 4 as the passengers of the doomed Montego Air Flight 828 approach their Death Date.

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