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Ta-dum! Netflix has a new extended theme composed by Hans Zimmer

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The Netflix “Ta-dum” theme is short and to the point. I like it. But they couldn’t leave well enough alone so Netflix convinced (and I’m sure paid) Hans Zimmer a handsome amount, to make an extended version of their theme. You can watch/listen below.

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5 responses to “Ta-dum! Netflix has a new extended theme composed by Hans Zimmer”

  1. I like it!

    I wonder if it’ll have more plays than the thing that Brian Eno wrote for Windows?

  2. LOL, I think that’s a safe bet. 🙂

  3. I prefer the T-DUN original, but it’s decent enough. It sounds like a combo of the T-DUN, plus the Marvel Studios intro.

  4. Agreed. I don’t dislike this new theme. But I prefer the original.

  5. Well I have to admit to a wee bit of disappointment not hearing it whenever I’ve watched something on Netflix and assumed it was one of those “just for the USA” things.

    But yesterday I saw “The Trial Of The Chicago 7” in the cinema and there it was in all its multi speaker glory! Have to say, it doesn’t seem out of place on the big screen.

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