Streaming platform Netflix has officially renewed the series 'Wednesday' series for a second season. The service announced it by releasing a short teaser on YouTube.
No timeline for the second season's release was revealed. More misery is coming, the Netflix announcement in the teaser.
'Wednesday' premiered on Netflix on Nov. 23. The series is about Martisha and Gomez Addams' daughter, who has unusual abilities, and her attempts to adapt at school. The project stars Gwendolyn Christie, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Louis Guzman, Christina Ricci, Riki Lindhome and Emma Myers.
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