Netflix Hints at Season 2 Renewal in Cryptic Tweet
The series is one of Netflix’s most streamed shows of all time.
Netflix’s Wednesday has become a cultural phenomenon! Tim Burton‘ vision together with Jenna OrtegaThe performance has captivated fans around the world making the series one of the most visited shows on the streamer. With so much love and affection, a renewal for Season 2 is only a matter of when, and it looks like the news is coming soon.
In a recent Tweet, the streamer hinted at the possibility of a season 2 coming soon. Netflix posted a video from the final episodes of the first season where Wednesday is seen finishing her book on her typewriter, with the words “The End?” The streamer captioned the video with “???????,” leaving fans scratching their heads.
While Netflix was always quick to announce a season 2 for its hit series recently, it took time for such an announcement. For example, Neil Gaiman Sandman it was discussed in August, but no update came until November. Likewise, Wednesday the first time on Thanksgiving Day, and it seems that the New Year is the time that the streamer chose to make the news. The series has clocked in about a billion hours of viewing, making it the third Netflix series to do so last year, after Dahmer-Monster: The Story of Jeffrey Dahmer and Stranger Things Season 4. The series also boasts being one of Netflix’s most streamed shows of all time and continues to beat several ratings records.
In Season 1 we saw our titular heroin entering Nevermore Academy; she not only explored her new mental abilities but also dealt with her emotions. Her emotional arc combined with a serial mystery to solve made the show even more appealing to viewers of all ages. Burton’s vision not only exudes an eerie nostalgia but also gives a modern twist to emo-goth culture, especially Ortega’s dance sequence took the internet by storm even grabbing such pop icon Lady Gaga with “Wednesday fever.”
The series is created by Alfred Gough and Miller’s Mile while Burton served as director. He casts Ortega as Wednesday Addams, Gwendoline Christie as Larissa Weems, Hunter Doohan as Tyler Galpin, Percy Hynes White as Xavier Thorpe, Emma Myers as Enid Sinclair, Joy Sunday as Bianca Barclay, and Christina Ricci as Marilyn Thornhill. More rotations are thrown Catherine Zeta-Jones as Morticia Addams, Luis Guzman like Gomez Addams, Fred Armisen as Uncle Fester, and the starting star of the Thing series played by him Victor Dorobantu.
Wednesday Season 1 is currently available to stream on Netflix, and you can check out the cryptic tweet below: