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Is Wednesday Addams coming back? A Second Season of Misery Confirmed


For those who crave the peculiar and the uncanny, the spin-off of the beloved Addams Family, centered on the enigmatic Wednesday, is an absolute must-see. Christina Ricci brought the character to life in the classic film adaptations, while Chloë Moretz gave Wednesday her voice in the animated series. Now, in this new Netflix mystery, Wednesday takes center stage as she delves into the dark depths of her mind to solve a series of gruesome murders in Jericho.

As Wednesday (played by Jenna Ortega) uncovers the secrets of the town, we’re treated to a tantalizing display of strange fashion, hauntingly beautiful dance moves, and just enough weirdness to keep us guessing. The finale brought a few twists that have left fans speculating about the future, but will there be a season two? Only time will tell. But for now, we’re just happy to bask in the gloriously gothic world of Wednesday Addams.

Wednesday Returns: A Second Season of Misery Confirmed!

After what felt like an eternity of waiting, fans of the hit Netflix series “Wednesday” can finally rejoice as the streaming giant officially announces the arrival of season two! On January 6th, Netflix teased us with a video featuring the show’s star, Jenna Ortega, and the haunting words, “More misery is coming.”

Set to the tune of Lady Gaga’s “Bloody Mary,” the announcement was a nod to the countless dance tributes that have taken over TikTok, and the growing popularity of the series. With no date or details released, fans are left to speculate about the future of Wednesday Addams’ journey.

Co-creator Miles Millar couldn’t contain his excitement, saying, “It’s been incredible to create a show that has connected with people across the world. Thrilled to continue Wednesday’s tortuous journey into season two. We can’t wait to dive head first into another season and explore the kooky spooky world of Nevermore.”


Netflix’s Head of US & Canada Scripted Series, Peter Friedlander, sees the success of the show as a testament to its ability to engage with viewers. “The resurgence, for me, it’s something that’s been in the culture for a long time — but never this pronounced. It’s something that we want to study and understand why this is such a phenomenon.”

There were rumors that the second season might not be on Netflix, but the streaming giant has put those speculations to rest. “Wednesday” will return to its rightful home, bringing with it more mystery, more mayhem, and more dance tributes! Get ready to embrace the darkness, and join Wednesday on her journey of self-discovery.

Who will be comming back?

The return of Wednesday and her trusty companion, Thing, for a second season was inevitable, and fans will be thrilled to see Jenna Ortega reprise her role as the eerie young Addams.

Alongside her, the audience can expect to see the return of Percy Hynes White as the almost-love-interest, Xavier Thorpe. With Tyler out of the picture, perhaps there’s a chance for Xavier to finally win Wednesday’s affections.

But wait! The fate of season one’s bad-boy-turned-villain, Tyler (played by Hunter Doohan), remains uncertain. Could he make a daring escape from detention, sending shivers down our spines with that guttural growl at the end of the season? Only time will tell, but one thing’s for sure: if Tyler does break free, we can expect Doohan to bring back his sinister Hyde persona in all its glory.

  • Emma Myers as Enid Sinclair
  • Joy Sunday as Bianca Barclay
  • George Farmer as Ajax Pertroplus
  • Naomi J Ogawa as Yoko Tanaka
  • Jamie McShane as Sheriff Donovan Galpin
  • Luis Guzmán as Gomaz Addams
    Catherine Zeta-Jones as Morticia Addams
  • Isaac Ordonez as Pugsley Addams
  • Fred Armisen as Uncle Fester

What will be the plot ?

After endless speculation and fan theories, season 2 of Wednesday is finally on its way! Emma Myers, who plays Wednesday’s werewolf roommate Enid Sinclair, revealed in a recent interview with Variety that “anything is possible” in the show. As for love interests, Enid hopes Wednesday takes a break from dating and focuses on being single.

There are a lot of loose strings from season 1 that need tying up, such as the fate of Tyler (Wednesday’s former boyfriend), who is speculated to have escaped from the clutches of his manipulator, Miss Thornhill. Hunter Doohan, who plays Tyler, is hopeful that his character will be redeemed if he can shake Miss Thornhill’s hold.

Another mystery that needs to be solved is the identity of the cryptic texter who sent threatening messages and stalker-y photos to Wednesday. This danger is sure to light Wednesday’s soul on fire and set the wheels of the new season’s story in motion.

you can watch season 1 trailer in the link attached:

In conclusion, the highly anticipated second season of the Netflix series “Wednesday” is finally confirmed and set to return with more mystery and mayhem. Fans can expect to see the return of Jenna Ortega as Wednesday Addams, Percy Hynes White as Xavier Thorpe, and a host of other beloved characters from the first season. The plot of season 2 is yet to be revealed, but there are speculations about the fate of Tyler and the identity of the cryptic texter who threatened Wednesday. With “anything possible” in the show according to Emma Myers, who plays Wednesday’s werewolf roommate Enid Sinclair, fans are eagerly waiting for the next installment in Wednesday’s journey of self-discovery.

Frequently asked question:

Q.Will there be a season 2 for Wednesday?

Wednesday has been officially renewed for Season 2! Previously, there had been speculation that the wild success of the show could lead to it being poached by Prime Video, following Amazon’s recent acquisition of Addams Family owner MGM for a cool $8.4 billion.

Q.Is a Wednesday a true story?

Though a work of fiction, the script was inspired by the 11 July 2006 Mumbai train bombings. In fact, the incidents that followed the bombings were used as details in the plot.

Q.Is Wednesday a real Adam?

Wednesday Addams is a fictional character from the Addams Family multimedia franchise created by American cartoonist Charles Addams. She is typically portrayed as a morbid and emotionally reserved child that is fascinated by the macabre, often identified by her pale skin and black pigtails.
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