Viewers were able to catch a glimpse of the long-awaited new series on the first day of Netflix’s 2nd Otaku Week.
Fans were shown a preview of Wednesday and Sandman, and their favorite Fate: The Wynx Saga and Vikings: Valhalla bloopers are back.
The five-day free event features fan-only news, trailers, celebrity appearances, and covers everything from movies to television to games.
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Every day there is a designated theme. Monday is a series, Tuesday is a movie, Wednesday is an animation, and Friday is a game.
Thursday will be fully devoted to the hit show Stranger Things. Series 4 was recently released.
The first day included a preview of the new supernatural detective show starring Jenna Ortega in late 2022 on Wednesday.
This series continues the year that 16-year-old Wednesday Addams spent as a student at the Nevermore Academy.
Season 1 continues on Wednesday, as she develops new mental abilities, stops a huge murder that has terrorized a local town, and tries to solve a murder mystery involving her parents 25 years ago. Relationship in Nevermore.
In addition, there is a dark fantasy drama “Sandman” in the list of upcoming shows. This is a series of people and places influenced by the dream king Morpheus, who repairs the mistakes he made during his vast existence.
The Monday lineup included a panel by the show’s cast and producers, which premiered on August 5th this year and shared the show’s exclusive teaser trailer.
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Fans of the fantasy series Fate, the story of the growth of five fairies, were also first seen in the second series, which is due to return in the fall.
To conclude the day, viewers also enjoyed the season 1 NG collection of the popular historical drama Viking starring Bradley Freeguard, Johannes Howkul Johannesson, Caroline Henderson, Laura Berlin, and David Oakes.
Netlfix’s Geeked Week runs from June 6th to June 10th and can be streamed for free on all major platforms including YouTube, Twitter, TikTok, Twitch and Facebook.