Attention to all Wednesday fans, your favorite dark comedyIt is possible that the show will be awarded the green light for a second series. Nothing has been confirmed.Just Yet, the creators of the are not yet dead Netflix series, Tim BurtonMiles Millar and Miles Millar are already plotting the next chapter.
First, let me clarify if you came here by (morbid) curiosity. Wednesday, the life of Wednesday Addams follows the original Addams Family Story. Wednesday’s newfound psychic abilities are explored in this modern version. She also tackles a murder mystery and a magical high school for unusual children. The show premiered on November 16, but it’s no surprise Millar and Burton are already hoping for another round. With stellar performances from Jenna Ortega, Catherine Zeta Jones, Luis Guzmán, and Christina Ricci, the Addams FamilyThe spinoff has become a fan favorite. In just two weeks, the show has bumped its way up to the top of Netflix’s Top 10 list.
According to Millar, he’d like to see more of Wednesday’s perfectly awkward interactions, as she tries (and often… fails) to connect with her peers. Interview with Millar TV LineMillar explained how Wednesday could be pushed out of her comfort zones in the next chapter. “The series is really about a girl who sees the world in black and white, and learning there are shades of gray,” Millar said. “I think like any relationship or any friendship, it can get complicated by other factors. It’s never going to be smooth sailing. And it’s really her learning to navigate the ups and downs of friendship.”
If Netflix does order a second season of the series, Miller would also like to explore Wednesday’s family members—including her mother, Morticia, her father, Gomez, and brother, Pugsley. “We felt like we just touched the surface with those characters and the actors are so amazing in those roles,” Miler explained, continuing, “Catherine is, I think, an iconic Morticia. The relationship between Wednesday and Morticia is also essential to the show, and the idea that Wednesday is trying to forge her own path outside the family is so important.”
Though Millar is interested in exploring their families dynamics, he did clarify the team would “really want to focus the show on Wednesday,” in Season Two. If we’re fortunate, maybe both plots will make their way onto our TV screens.
Bria McNeal, a Manhattan-based journalist, is patiently waiting for B5 to return. When she isn’t writing about entertainment, she can be found either watching TV or trying to make something (likely simultaneously). Her work has been published in NYLON and Refinery29 as well as InStyle and StirCrazy.
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