Netflix has renewed its popular supernatural drama, Wednesday, for season 2 and put all rumors to rest that hit series was leaving the streamer for the second season after MGM struck a deal with Amazon.
The Jenna Ortega starrer has already broken the streaming giant’s records by becoming the third show to cross 1 billion hours viewed mark to become the second most-watched U.S show after season four of Stranger Things.
According to Netflix, the series broke the Netflix record for most hours viewed in a single week… twice. In the first week, it raked in 341.23 million hours viewed; in its second, 411.29 million hours viewed. Furthermore, The Addams Family spin-off has amassed over 22 billion views on TikTok with #WednesdayAddams.
More torture is coming. Lucky you. pic.twitter.com/t11LptFk7e— Wednesday Addams (@wednesdayaddams) January 6, 2023
Wednesday premiered its eight-episode season on Netflix in November 2022 and quickly became a hit on the streaming platform. The show offers a new take on the The Addams Family – which comprises of the classic cartoons that were eventually made into a ’60s sitcom and ’90s feature films.
The fantasy-series American actor, Jenna Ortega, in the lead role of Wednesday Addams alongside Gwendoline Christie, Riki Lindhome, Jamie McShane, Hunter Doohan, and Percy Hynes White among others.
Christina Ricci, who played Wednesday Addams in the 1991’s Addams Family and 1993’s Addams Family Values, also appeared in the series as Marilyn Thornhill.
When is Wednesday Season 2 coming on Netflix?
Netflix has not revealed the exact date for the release of the season 2 of Wednesday but we can expect the second season of the show to land of the streaming platform towards the end of 2023 or easy 2024.
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