Wednesday is officially renewed for the second season

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    On Netflix, Wednesday had a record breaking first season. The Addams Family spin-off became the second most popular English-language series of all time on the streaming platform. With the show success, audiences will get back to Nevermore Academy for a second season.

    Wednesday returns for a second season on Netflix.

    The supernatural teenage drama began to renew on Wednesday. The show will be returning for season two. The announcement was made on a video that showed some of the highlights of Season One delivered in a manner that only Wednesday Addams can.

    More torture has arrived. Lucky you. pic.twitter.com/t11LptFk7e.

    Wednesday Addams (@wednesdayaddams) January 6, 2023

    The showrunners are excited to return for the second season on Netflix. “We can wait to dive headfirst into another season and explore the kooky, and spooky world of Nevermore,” one said about the renewal on Wednesday. “We just need to make sure Wednesday hasn’t emptied the pool first.”

    In Tuesday season 2, the public promises more torture. We hope to see more Addams family members appear during season two.

    The renewal is now approaching midnight. In light of the massive success of the show, the decision to renew the show should’ve come sooner. There were speculations that Wednesday would move to Amazon Prime but that has now been laid to rest.

    Jenna Ortega’s Wednesday broke several records on the streaming platform and became viral on TikTok.

    The Netflix series starring Jenna Ortega broke the record for most hours viewed twice. The show was attended to 331,011 million hours in its first week. In total, the record held by Stranger Things 4, which is 331,01 million hours.

    The following week, Wednesday broke its record, with 411.29 million watch hours. This TV series became the second-most watched English-language show for a third week, with total 1,02 billion viewing hours.

    An appearance in Ortegas’s dance number became a viral sensation on TikTok, and has received millions of visitors. Millions of users posted their own versions of the “Bloody Mary.” dance. Even famous celebrities such as Lady Gaga took on this trend.

    “Creating an event that’s related to people all over the world’s history,” continue Millar and Gough. We’re happy to continue Wednesday’s scolding trip into Season 2.

    The students will return to Nevermore Academy in the second year of Wednesday.

    The second half of Wednesday comes to an end of the first season where a stalker walked through the Nevermore Academy. The final episode on Wednesday received mysterious texts and creepy photos from a unknown source.

    The stalker tells Millar that threats remain available for Wednesday and the school a lot, “[the stalker] says. “None of the smaller items did not belong to have been tied up too much, she said.”

    Netflix hasn’t revealed the date for Wednesday, but it’s not necessarily going to start on a Wednesday and possibly in November. Is this year still not certain, maybe 2024?



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