Wednesday: season 2 validated? Netflix’s answer!

Wednesday: season 2 validated? Netflix's answer!

After a few days of suspense, Netflix silences the rumors and gives its final answer on whether or not to renew the Wednesday series. Good news ?

The verdict on the continuation of the series Wednesday just fell.

Will there be a Season 2 of Wednesday? It’s a yes !

If you’re one of the millions of viewers to have watched Wednesday, and more importantly loved it, then Netflix has great news for you. Season 2 has finally been confirmed by the SVOD giant and don’t panic, you won’t have to pay for a new subscription.

The showrunners, who are overflowing with ideas, are necessarily happy with this unsurprising outcome. Wednesday is indeed the second most watched English-language series with more than 1.2 billion hours watched, behind Stranger Things.

It’s been amazing to create a series that has been shared with people all over the world. We’re excited to continue Wednesday’s torturous journey in season two. We can’t wait to jump headlong into another season, and explore the quirky and spooky world of Nevermore. We just need to make sure Wednesday hasn’t emptied the pool first.

Alfred Gough and Miles Millar, showrunners of Wednesday, via Variety.

What to expect from new episodes?

In Season 2 of Wednesday, the showrunners want to develop the characters and some relationships.

We would like to explore and somehow complicate all relationships in the future. The school was closed when they left, which gives us more possibilities for season two, and I think that’s something we’d love to explore. For us, the series is also about this friendship between Wednesday and Enid, it’s central. We’d like to explore this aspect of Mercredi’s personality more now that she’s opened up to friendship. Then the other thing that would be really interesting would be to continue exploring the mother-daughter relationship between Wednesday and Morticia. How will their relationship evolve after the events of Season 1?

Al Gough via HollywoodReporter.

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