More Wednesday Addams is on the way. Season 2 is coming, and Season 1 is now streaming only on Netflix.


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Intelligent, sarcastic and a little dead inside, Wednesday Addams investigates a murder spree while making new friends — and foes — at Nevermore Academy.

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News of Netflix ordering a second season for Wednesday has sparked more speculation. Thus far, the indomitable child of woe has been subject to formidable ordeals and was nearly destroyed in pleasurable and painful ways for viewers alike. While her story appears to be on an ascending trajectory at Nevermore Academy, it remains to be seen precisely what will occur next – who will resurface, and who won’t? But one thing is sure: this teen drama’s influence on the international audience is not going unnoticed.

It’s no wonder Wednesday Addams was an immediate hit – it was watched by an astonishing 150 million viewers, surpassing the success of Stranger Things (Emmy Awards winner). It became the second most viewed English-lamost-viewedlix series in less than a month. As a result, #WednesdayAddams trended across social media, with millions replicating her dance moves, styling, and makeup. Even Lady Gaga partook in the trend with her Wednesday look and remixed “Bloody Mary” song. Furthermore, Rolling Stone’s cover of “Paint it Black” was used for the show, and their music gained enormous popularity too. All this success has led to Season 2 getting greenlighted. Millar & Gough (Season 1 showrunner) expressed in an interview on Netflix’s Tulum that they “can’t wait to dive headfirst into another season and explore the kooky, spooky world of Nevermore.”

The Netflix original series is based on the eponymous character created by Charles Addams. It has Jenna Ortega playing Wednesday Addams and is co-directed by Tim Burton, who’s also one of the executive producers. The show brought Ortega into the global spotlight, both offline and online. Wednesday premiered on November 16, 2022. So if you haven’t yet watched the dark escapades of the teenage daughter of Morticia and Gomez Addams with her “acquaintances” at Nevermore Academy, then you’re missing out on some excellent content. Catch up on all the episodes from the first season now streaming on Netflix.

I have included everything we know about Wednesday, Season 2.

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What is the release date for Wednesday, Season 2?

Netflix is keeping us hanging as they recently announced the renewal of Wednesday for a second season on Twitter. It looks like fans will have to wait a while before Season 2 hits the streaming platform, though – likely sometime in mid-2024. To keep us all entertained until then, we can catch up (or rewatch) the first season available on Netflix. So, get comfortable and stay tuned for more updates!

Wednesday Season 2: How Many Episodes Will There Be?

There were eight episodes in the first season of Wednesday, and each episode lasted about an hour. The second season is expected to follow the same format and have eight episodes of about 60 minutes each. Likewise, a higher number of attacks might be encouraged by the popularity of Season 1, as is often the case.

We’ll make sure to update you on Wednesday Season 2 episodes as they become available.

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Could any of the Wednesday Season 2 cast members return?

The showrunners of Wednesday have put together an ensemble cast for the series. It features some of the biggest names in Hollywood. In addition to Catherine Zeta-Jones, Luis Guzmán, Isaac Ordonez, Gwendoline Christie, Jamie McShane, Fred Armisen, and Christina Ricci, the star-studded cast includes Luis Guzmán, Isaac Ordonez, Gwendoline Christie, and Jamie McShane.

It stars Ortega as Wednesday Addams. The daughter of Morticia and Gomez Addams, where Zeta-Jones and Guzman play Mr. and Mrs. Addams, respectively. Ricci had previously portrayed a younger Wednesday in the 90s film series.

In Netflix’s The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Ricci plays Marilyn Thornhill/Laurel Gates, the botany instructor at Nevermore Academy and dorm parent to Wednesday and Enid (portrayed by Emma Myers). As for Christie and Lindhome, they star as Larissa Weems, the school’s director, and Dr. Valerie Kinbott, a therapist to the students (including Wednesday). That being said, due to both Weems and Kinbott getting slain without their corpses ever being buried – there is a chance they may show up in the next season. After all, within Nevermore anything is possible!

Isaac Ordonez stars as Pugsley Addams, Wednesday’s younger brother; Armisen plays Uncle Fester, Gomez’s sibling; and McShane takes on the role of Sheriff Galpin. Percy Hynes White is Xavier Thorpe. Hunter Doohan portrays Tyler Galpin. Joy Sunday is Bianca Barclay, and Moosa Mostafa stars as Eugene Ottinger. Georgie Farmer features Ajax Petropolus, Enid’s romantic interest. At the same time, Victor Dorobantu adds to the cast as Thing, a sentient hand closely related to the Addams family who watches over Wednesday and assists with her sleuthing.

The second season is expected to feature the Addams family members (and Enid) playing the main characters once again. And it’s fair to say their friends, Bianca, Xavier, Ajax, and Eugene, will also most likely return to join Wednesday on her new chapter of mayhem. We’ll have to wait and see who else joins the cast and who leaves.

Wednesday’s Creators: Who Are They?

The Netflix series Wednesday is created and written by Alfred Gough and Miles Millar. Along with April Blair and Kayla Alpert co-writing. Aside from writing for films like Shanghai Noon, Shanghai Knights, The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor, and Spider-Man 2, Gough and Millar are also recognized as producers, writers, and showrunners. Their work includes Smallville, Into the Badlands, and The Shannara Chronicles, among others.

Tim Burton, the creator of modern classics such as Edward Scissorhands, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and Alice in Wonderland, is also an executive producer for Wednesday. He has directed four of the eight episodes for season one and plans to continue a similar role for season two. Also part of the production credits are Gough, Millar, Alpert, Steve Stark, Andrew Mittman, Gail Berman, Jonathan Glickman, Tommy Harper, Kevin Lafferty, and Kevin Miserocchi. In contrast, James Marshall and Gandja Monteiro are credited with directing the first season.

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Wednesday’s Background: What Is It?

In The New Yorker magazine, Charles Addams first introduced his beloved characters, the Addams Family, in the 1930s. The creepy, spooky, and extraordinary family consists of Morticia and Gomez Addams. Also, their children Wednesday and Pugsley, the Thing, Uncle Fester, Lurch, and Grandmama. This became an iconic franchise used by creators to make films, books, video games, and comics. The most famous is the 1993 film starring Anjelica Huston as Morticia Addams, which was a box-office success. Wednesday is a coming-of-age supernatural comedy that pays homage to this grand narrative. Moreover, the impact of these characters has had a lasting influence on pop culture for over three decades.

Netflix’s original series revolves around Wednesday, the daughter of the family, at that awkward teenage stage. She discovers she has hidden psychic abilities as the season progresses after being expelled from previous schools due to her naughty behavior. Her parents sent her to Nevermore Academy, a school they both attended in their younger days and fell in love with. There she plunges into mystery after mystery and puts herself in life-threatening danger with a spooky smile.

Wednesday Season 2: What Could It Be About?

The plot of Wednesday’s story borrows from the original Addams Family. and is interwoven with a murder mystery, thereby creating a noir gothic-style whodunit. The first season delves into Wednesday’s persona as she evolves from an introspective teenager to embracing friendship and love. She aids her friends in deducing who the stalker creature known as Hyde is (yes, like the character in Robert Louis Stevenson’s work). To avoid spoilage, say that Season 1 lays the groundwork for what will happen in Season 2.

Hyde is caught in the first season’s finale, but it looks like he will most likely escape police custody. However, a stalker makes themselves known, as evidenced by creepy text messages sent to Wednesday as she leaves the school. The discovery of this seemed to be the end of her troubles, but in parallel with the novel she has been writing since the beginning, it’s just the beginning.

It’s expected that Wednesday Season 2 will take two years to follow the events of the first season (which will allow production time to pass). Also, we hope that her family, particularly Morticia and Gomez, will get more attention in the new season, giving us a better understanding of Wednesday’s past.