Streaming giant, Netflix has now launched a new website ‘Tudum’, which will host consumer news regarding renewals, release dates, and additional content that includes its TV shows and films. The company is advertising the new website, Tudum as “a place to get more information about your Netflix favorites.”
Say hello to Tudum — a backstage pass that lets you dig deeper into the Netflix films, series, and stars you love! It’s still early days but you can expect exclusive interviews, behind-the-scenes videos, bonus features, and more. Check it out https://t.co/sYnbZ6pTzF pic.twitter.com/WtCCAF3B9u
— Netflix (@netflix) December 9, 2021
The New Website Tudum Will Give Inside Information About All the Netflix Movies and Series
For an additional curated experience, users can log into the website with their Netflix account. Netflix says the website is still in its early days, as it plans to continue to build it out and add new features in the future. The new website, Tudum will feature additional content and information about Netflix’s TV shows and movies.
For instance, Netflix states that users will be able to dig deeper into its content and use the website to find out things like where else they’ve seen the cast of “The Witcher” and whether “Maid” is based on a real story. The new website, Tudum includes exclusive interviews, cast breakdowns, content information that’s well-liked on the platform, a trending news section, facts regarding upcoming shows, an explore section, and more.
Tudum is the Sound Users Hear When they Press Play on Netflix
Tudum, which is named after the sound users hear when they press play on Netflix, is also the title of Netflix’s international virtual fan event that happened in September. The event included an exclusive first appearance and panels with celebrities from several Netflix’s most well-liked titles. It featured discussions with the creators and stars of some of Netflix’s most popular shows, including “Stranger Things,” “Emily in Paris,” “The Witcher,” “The Crown,” “Cobra Kai” and “Bridgerton.”
The streaming giant’s Chief Marketing Officer, Bozoma Saint John, declared the launch of the new website, Tudum in a blog post, stating that Netflix is “excited to introduce Tudum for fans to dive deeper into the stories they love, fuel their obsessions and begin new conversations. It’s still early days, and our launch today is simply the start.” The new website is currently accessible around the globe however is currently only accessible in English. It’s unknown if Netflix plans to launch the website in more languages.