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Netflix unveils some of their biggest releases of 2024: "Avatar", "Squid Game", "OBX" and more

Netflix has unveiled a new trailer showcasing some of its most anticipated releases slated for streaming in 2024. The preview includes first looks at "Squid Game" Season 2 and the final season of "Umbrella Academy."

The streaming giant provided several sneak peeks in "Next On Netflix 2024" on its social media platform, accessible

So, what can fans expect from the biggest releases this year?

Avatar: The Last Airbender

Netflix is actively promoting its latest live-action adaptation of the beloved Nickelodeon series "Avatar: The Last Airbender." The 8-episode season will adapt the animated series' first season, following the journey of Avatar Aang (Gordon Cormier) and his friends Katara (Kiawentiio Tarbell) and Sokka (Ian Ousley) as they try to master the four elements. The series, premiering on February 22, will follow the success of the platform's first season of "One Piece," adapted from the popular manga.

Squid Game - Season 2

Following the success of the Korean drama "Squid Game," Netflix presents Season 2. The trailer hints at Seong Gi-hun (Lee Jung-jae) embarking on a journey to take down the deadly games. No release date has been revealed yet.

Outer Banks - Season 4

The Pogues return in Season 4, finding themselves back in the world of treasure hunting, searching for Blackbeard's coveted treasure. Series creator Josh Pate envisions enough story for another two seasons, filling in gaps from the 18-month time jump.

Umbrella Academy - Season 4

As "Outer Banks" looks to the future, the heroes of the Umbrella Academy contemplate the end. The superhero drama, based on Gerard Way's comic, will feature a final season with the returning cast joined by Nick Offerman, Megan Mullally, and comedian David Cross.

Everything Else

First looks for other returning series this year include "Cobra Kai," "Bridgerton," and "The Diplomat." Films showcased in the trailer include "Beverly Hills Cop: Axel F" starring Eddie Murphy, "Carry-On" featuring Taron Egerton, and "Rebel Moon Part Two: The Scargiver," continuing Zack Snyder's space epic.

Despite the extensive previews, some series are notably absent from the trailer. Rumors suggest the second season of "Wednesday" starring Jenna Ortega may debut in late 2024, but production delays due to SAG-AFTRA and Writers strikes may impact its release. Additionally, while production is underway for the highly-anticipated final season of "Stranger Things," it might be too early to offer any first looks.

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