Jealous of the fans seeing all your favorite stars and exclusive content at San Diego Comic-Con? Don't worry you're not alone (seriously, my kingdom for a ticket to Comic-Con). But even if we can't be there in person, we can keep up with the major announcements via Twitter. A lot of studios have a strong presence this year. But Netflix, in particular, has been giving fans of their original content a lot to be excited about these last few days. So let's dive right into the news you need to know.

Sci-FI movie 'Bright' trailer

We've known the basics about this sci-fi movie starring Will Smith since the release of the teaser trailer.

But this brand new trailer reveals so much more. The video opens with Will Smith's character swatting a fairy out of the family's bird feeder. He's a family man, working as a cop in a world full of elves, orcs, and someone wielding a magic wand. This magic wand appears to be the main source of conflict, with Joel Edgerton’s orc character describing it as "...a nuclear weapon that grants wishes." The movie will premiere on Netflix on December 22.

'Iron Fist' renewal

The first season of superhero series "Iron Fist" showed Danny Rand returning to New York in an attempt to reclaim his company from Harold Meachum. The martial-art Marvel show received mixed reviews after its initial run in March. However, fans of the show will be happy to hear it has been renewed for a season 2.

We'll have to see if this next season goes over better with the critics...

Marvel 'The Defenders' trailer

Speaking of Marvel, not only did they release a new trailer for cross-over series "The Defenders" but lucky attendees got to see a screening of the first episode. In the 2 1/2 minutes released to the public, viewers can see some comical interaction between Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and Daredevil.

We also get a look at Sigourney Weaver as the villain facing off against the superhero team in a fight for New York. Luckily, fans don't have to wait long for this one- it's premiering on August 17.

'Death Note' clip

Netflix released a new look into its upcoming Japanese Anime adaptation with a clip showing the initial meeting of characters Ryuk and L.

The series has faced some controversy due to the "Americanization" of the series. For example, the setting was moved to Seattle instead of the original Tokyo and the main character Light's last name was changed from "Yagami" to "Turner." The movie was screened in its entirety for Comic-Con attendees. That means we should hear soon whether the changes made for a fresh take on the franchise - or another dud adaptation. Either way, "Death Note" debuts August 25.

As I write this, San Diego Comic-Con isn't even over. Netflix probably has a few more surprises up its sleeve for fans! So I'll keep my eyes peeled on the #SDCC17 hashtag - it will give me something to do to pass the time until these new movies and series premiere.