Netflix’s ‘Geeked Week’ has returned for another year. Taking place from June 6-10, the online event celebrates all things genre on the streaming platform. Like last year, Geeked Week is stacked full of trailers, announcements and cast appearances from a range of Netflix’s popular shows.
There is a whole lot going on at Geeked Week so if you can be bothered scrolling through Netflix’s Twitter, here’s a handy list of every major thing announced so far.
Netflix Geeked Week 2022: What’s been announced?
Neil Gaiman’s highly anticipated The Sandman series is finally here. Geeked Week gave us a trailer and a release date of August 5.
The Addams Family’s gothic queen Wednesday is getting her own show on Netflix. Jenna Ortega stars as Wednesday herself with Tim Burton directing. Here’s a first look.
Guillermo Del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities
Fans of both horror and GDT have something to look forward to in Netflix’s new anthology series which received its first trailer at Geeked Week.
The Midnight Club
If you are a fan of The Haunting of Hill House, The Haunting of Bly Manor or Midnight Mass then you’ll be excited to see Mike Flanagan’s next project, The Midnight Club. We got our first look at Geeked Week 2022.
Netflix revealed a new show called The Imperfects which follows three 20-somethings who have been experimented on by evil scientists and turned into monster-human mutants.
Everyone’s favourite lovable fantasy fable Sweet Tooth has wrapped season 2, which means it won’t be much longer, right?
Locke & Key
Locke & Key is soon returning for a third and final season and we got a little preview at Geeked Week.
Fate: The Winx Saga
Netflix’s fantasy fairy series Winx is (somehow) getting a season 2 and you can check out its newest cast member in this teaser.
The words Warrior and Nun don’t often go together but in this Netflix series, they are magic. The show made enough of a splash to receive a second season and you can check it out here.
Manifest is one of those shows that Netflix swooped in to save after another network cancelled it, and it quickly thrived on streaming. Now returning for its fourth season, we’ll see if it can maintain the hype.
All of Us Are Dead
If you liked Netflix’s Korean zombie take then you’ll be glad to know that a second season was announced at Geeked Week.
The successful anime series One Piece is getting the live-action treatment over at Netflix and we got a first look at some of the set pieces during Geeked Week.
Netflix is keen on its video game adaptations, one of which is the Resident Evil TV series. You can check out the official trailer here.
1899 is a new series from the creators of Dark and it looks just as ominous.
Netflix’s queer vampire romance follows two high schoolers who fall in love – one a vampire and one a vampire hunter. It releases on June 10 but you can see the first clip here if you’re impatient.
Shadow and Bone
It’s been a while since we’ve had news about Shadow and Bone but Netflix’s fantasy YA adaptation is moving full steam ahead on its second season and the cast appeared at Geeked Week to say things have wrapped.
The Umbrella Academy
It’s not much longer until we see our favourite dysfunctional family return and you can catch the first clip from The Umbrella Academy season 3 here.
The Sea Beast
A new film from the filmmaker behind Moana and Big Hero 6 is coming to Netflix. Check out The Sea Beast in its first trailer.
Chris Hemsworth’s new Netflix film Spiderhead is described as Black Mirror meets Shutter Island and you can see a clip here.
The Gray Man
Prepare to thirst over Chris Evans and Ryan Gosling in The Gray Man which you can get a little taste of in this clip.
The School For Good and Evil
The popular series of books is getting a Netflix adaptation with an absolutely stacked cast. Check out the first teaser that was released at Geeked Week.
Arcane is getting a second season, but we didn’t hear anything about that at Geeked Week. Instead, we learned about Arcane: Bridging the Rift, a five-part YouTube series telling the tale of how the hit Netflix animation came to be. It may not be season 2, but it’s something to tide us over until then.
Jason Reitman and Gil Kenan, who recently brought us Ghostbusters: Afterlife, have announced a new animated Ghostbusters series which will be made with Sony Pictures Animation.
Masters of the Universe: Revolution
If you enjoyed the return of He-Man and co in Masters of the Universe: Revelation, Netflix is following it up with this new series.
announcing MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE: REVOLUTION— Netflix Geeked (@NetflixGeeked) June 8, 2022
He-Man and Skeletor face off like you've never seen them before in a new series that picks up where Masters of the Universe: Revelation left off #GeekedWeek pic.twitter.com/PgI6cqILTo
The Dragon Prince: Mystery of Avaros
The Dragon Prince fans will be pleased to see Netflix is making more with The Dragon Prince: Mystery of Avaros.
Cyberpunk 2077 may not have been the smash hit that everyone was hoping for, but maybe this animated series will be. This teaser for Cyberpunk: Edgerunners from Geeked Week is promising at least.
Stranger Things 4 Volume 2
Stranger Things fever has been rampant for a few weeks now and Netflix eased our pain with a quick teaser for the second half of Season 4.
If you want to see the full behind-the-scenes presentation from Geeked Week here is the Unlocked session for Volume 1.
We’ll keep this article updated as more from Geeked Week is announced.