In case you missed it, Netflix launched their first ever global fan event last weekend.

Plenty of news and first looks at new seasons of your favourite Netflix shows came out of the event.

But never fear if you missed the highlights of the 'TUDUM' event. We've summarised the highlights for you below.

First off, we were treated to some scenes behind some Netflix original movies coming later this year.

'Red Notice', which stars Ryan Reynolds, Dwayne Johnson and Gal Gadot, is an action spy thriller coming November 12th.

'Don't Look Up' is the latest from director Adam McKay ('The Big Short', 'Step Brothers') and starts streaming on Christmas Eve.

The film stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep, Jonah Hill and many more.

Meanwhile, 'Army of Thieves' - the prequel to Zack Snyder's zombie movie 'Army of the Dead' - got an official trailer.

In movie sequel news, the return of the cheeky Tewkesbury, played by Louis Partridge, was confirmed for 'Enola Holmes 2'.

Also, an official teaser dropped for Chris Hemsworth starrer 'Extraction 2'.

For TV, a first look arrived for 'Colin in Black & White'.

The limited series comes from Ava DuVernay and Colin Kaepernick about the titular athlete's high school years and the experiences that led him to become an activist.

Also in documentary news, Kanye West fans should look forward to 'jeen-yuhs', which deep dives into the rapper's brand and artistry.

If you're currently one of many binging 'Sex Education', you'll be only delighted to hear that season 4 has received the green light.

Additionally, date announcements were revealed for 'Tiger King 2', 'Emily in Paris' season 2, and 'Cobra Kai' season 4.

There were first looks at the return of plenty of Netflix fan favourites.

Check out the gripping footage for 'Stranger Things' season 4, the finale of 'Money Heist', the fourth and final season of 'Ozark', and 'Bridgerton' season 2 below.

Plus there's a first look at new dark fantasy series 'The Sandman'.

'Vikings: Valhalla', which comes to Netflix next year, got a first look too.

Imelda Staunton teased taking on the role of Queen Elizabeth II in 'The Crown'.

And there was a delightful Q&A with the cast of 'The Umbrella Academy' ahead of season 3.

If all that wasn't enough, there was plenty of news for 'The Witcher' fans as well.

Check out your first look clips - and official trailer - for season 2 below.

A set tour was provided for the spin-off, 'The Witcher: Blood Origin'. And it was confirmed that season 3 is indeed coming next.