Wednesday Season 2: Release Date, Spoilers and Much More

Wednesday Season 2: Wednesday Addams, played by Jenna Ortega, clinched a big W on Netflix on Wednesday night. The psychic teen not only exposed Marilyn Thornhill (Christina Ricci), the mastermind behind much of this season’s terrors, but she also saved Nevermore Academy and its outcasts from the resurrected Joseph Crackstone.

While many of the show’s mysteries have been resolved after eight episodes, significant ones persist. What I want to know is, who is the person who has been stalking Wednesday? Below is everything we know about Wednesday Season 2

Wednesday’s creators, Tim Burton and Alfred Gough and Miles Millar, have yet to confirm a second season. But we hope the show will be back next year, and we can’t wait to see what happens next with the relationships Wednesday has made this season. Also, there’s the problem of Tyler Galpin, the nice-looking “normie” who developed feelings for Wednesday but turned out to be the monstrous Hyde she sought. On Wednesday’s episode, Tyler’s Hyde persona battled a crazed Enid (Emma Myers), who ultimately prevailed.

Wednesday Season 2
Wednesday Season 2

Likewise, there was Larissa Weems, the school principal (Gwendoline Christie), who met a much more tragic end. There was little hope for Nevermore Academy’s principal, Weems, after he was poisoned by Ms Thornhill. “I feel like Larissa Weems would never be dominated by something as common as death,” Christie said.

Weems is “definitely dead,” according to showrunner Miles Millar, but he added, “It’s a supernatural show, there are always ways people can return.” The second season of Wednesday would be great because then we’d know for sure if Weems is truly dead or if she’ll come back from the dead using her shape-shifting powers.

Find out everything that has been revealed about Wednesday Season 2 so far.

Wednesday Season 2 Release Date

Wednesday has not been renewed at this time, but we are monitoring Netflix for any news regarding the renewal and potential premiere date of Wednesday Season 2.


TV Guide spoke with Wednesday creators Alfred Gough and Miles Millar about the series’ season finale and its implications for Wednesday Season 2.  Here are some excerpts from the interview.

Larissa Weems’s return as principal is highly improbable but not completely out of the question. “We like the idea that people die in this world, that there are real sacrifices and there’s loss — and that Wednesday has to react to that,” Millar said about Weems’ apparent death. “For us, the fact that we could kill such a significant character, it was important that we did that.”

The writers of the show were curious about the impact of her death on Wednesday. “That said, we’re always open for — it’s a supernatural show, there are always ways people can return,” Millar said. “Never say never, but at this point, she’s definitely dead.”  

Christie said she was “devastated” when she read the part of the script where Ms Thornhill uses a syringe to poison her. “However, I was energised when I knew that a life-long desire of Christina Ricci stabbing me in the neck would be realized,” she said.

The writers of the show are hoping to fill in more of the stalker’s backstory during the second season. “We know who it is, we can’t tease who it is,” Millar said. “We never take for granted that we’re going to get a second season but we certainly have big plans and lots more stories to tell in terms of Wednesday and her friends,” Gough said he can’t share whether viewers have already met the person who is the stalker.

Where To Watch Wednesday Season 1

The first season of Wednesday is available to stream on Netflix.

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