Wednesday season 2: Release Date, Cast, Trailer

There was no way that a tale centered on the day Wednesday wouldn’t pique readers’ interest. When do we get to spend more time with our favorite twisted and evil Addams Family member? In such a case, yes.

On Wednesday, we finally got a glimpse inside the mind of one of the most enigmatic of the Addams family members, and it was all we could have hoped for and more. Following Wednesday’s investigation into who was attacking and killing citizens of Jericho, the plot twisted and turned for quite some time. We followed in Wednesday’s (Jenna Ortega) footsteps and began digging for information.

The show’s climax buried a couple of shocks, leaving viewers to wonder who sent the cryptic message, but we’ll need more than guesswork to satiate our curiosity. The simple answer is to just have another season, but will that even happen? All the information you need to know about Season 2 of Wednesday is below.

Wednesday Season 2 Plot

We spoke of loose strings, and boy, did they get left flying in the air. Despite her fondness for misery, Wednesday did not appear to enjoy the anguish she experienced when she learned that her boyfriend was the monster terrorizing Nevermore. Ms. Thornhill, a teacher’s favorite, was manipulating him despite the fact that she was a nasty northerner with grudges against the social outcasts.

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We doubt Tyler will remain her ‘pet’ under her supervision, but he has probably escaped, and he will almost certainly reappear in Wednesday’s life at some point. But whether as a friend, a lover, or an enemy is still up for debate.

The sinister Morning Songs, led by Bianca’s alluring mother, were mentioned several times during the series.

Bianca’s mother pressured her into coming along so that they could make a stronger argument. There’s plenty of potential and time for them to become the season two primary antagonists. Maintain a vigil.

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The identity of the text’s mysterious sender should be established. Wednesday receives a mysterious, threatening text message including creepy photographs of herself shortly after Xavier gives her a new phone as a gift.

We don’t know who sent it, but it’s the kind of risk that lights Wednesday’s inner fire. It’s also the kind of stuff that would get the gears turning on a season two plot.

Wednesday season 2 Cast

We can’t imagine a second season without Wednesday and her right-hand man Thing, so we hope that Ortega and Thing’s right-hand man Victor Dorobant will want to come back.

Percy Hynes White, who plays Xavier Thorpe, who she almost fell in love with, is sure to be there with her. Even though he was turned down, the poor guy may have a chance now that Tyler is out of the picture.

Or isn’t it? When we last saw Wednesday’s sort-of-boyfriend-turned-villain, he was in jail, but something tells us that the guttural growl he let out at the end could lead to a breakout. If that’s the case, we have no doubt that Hunter Doohan will put on his Hyde skin again for season two.

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Also, the following must be in the cast:

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

The sleazy Ms. Thornhill, played by Christina Ricci, could come back because she didn’t quite reach her goals (more on that below).

Larissa Weems, played by Gwendoline Christie, may have bitten the big one, but there was something unclear about how she died. It’s possible that she could come back. Resurrections happen in this world, and her story arc seemed to end a little too soon.

The Sandman, in which Christie also stars, has been picked up for a second season, so there could be some scheduling problems. We’re hoping this isn’t true, because Christie is as good as both Lucifer and Weems, and we need both of them.

What would happen to poor Doctor Kinbott was clear. The Hyde attack probably killed Riki Lindhome‘s character, who was cut and bruised. She probably won’t be back for season two.

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Wednesday season 2 Release Date

As of now, Wednesday is only set to run for one season, but all of the loose ends suggest that the show’s creators have plans for more than just one episode.

Alfred Gough, who helped make the series, talked about the possibility of making more episodes in an interview. He said:

“Miles Millar, who was also part of making the show, and I are talking about it. There is a lot more to discover in the world of the Addams family.”

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Even though Gough’s idea is pretty broad and could lead to the exploration of other Addams’ stories, it seems very unlikely that the two would leave Wednesday’s story unfinished.

The only thing that could stop the show from happening is how people react to it. The Netflix gods only respond to clicks, so keep streaming if you want to see more of Ortega as Wednesday.

Wednesday season 2 Trailer

Sigh. We have a long wait ahead of us, but if Wednesday’s investigation has taught us anything so far, it’s that patience will pay off.

We will be the first to know about all the Wednesday news, so keep checking back. In the meantime, you can watch the beautiful trailer for the first season up above.

Frequently Asked Questions

Created by Alfred Gough and Miles Millar, it stars Jenna Ortega as the titular character, with Catherine Zeta-Jones, Luis Guzmán, Isaac Ordonez, Gwendoline Christie, Riki Lindhome, Jamie McShane, Fred Armisen, Christina Ricci appearing in supporting roles.
And while Wednesday season 2 hasn’t been confirmed, the series’ creators are hopeful about the show’s future. In an interview with Empire alongside Millar, Gough reveals he is optimistic about the potential future of Wednesday, referring to the upcoming episodes as only being a single season of the show.
The astrological sign of the planet Mercury represents Wednesday—dies Mercurii to the Romans, it had similar names in Latin-derived languages, such as the Italian mercoledì (dì means ‘day’), the French Mercredi, and the Spanish miércoles.


Wednesday was all we could have hoped for and more. The show’s climax left viewers wondering who sent the cryptic message. Wednesday receives a threatening text message shortly after Xavier gives her a new phone as a gift. There’s plenty of time for the Morning Songs to become the season two primary antagonists. Gwendoline Christie’s Larissa Weems could come back for season two.

The Sandman has been picked up for a second season. Wednesday is only set to run for one season, but all of the loose ends suggest that she won’t be back. The show stars Jenna Ortega as the titular character. Creator Alfred Gough says he’s hopeful about the show’s future.

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