Wednesday Season 2 Release Date – When’s It Coming To Netflix?

Wednesday Season 2

Wednesday Addams is one of the most iconic characters in television history. Jenna Ortega breathed new life into the girl who is obsessed with death on Netflix's new series Wednesday, turning her from a slightly disturbed child into a fascinating, fabulous teen.

Jenna Ortega's brilliant performance drew in millions of viewers for the show's first season, which premiered on Netflix in late 2022.

Wednesday set a new record for the most hours watched in a week, knocking Stranger Things off the top spot!


In the first week, it raked in 341.23 million hours viewed. In its second week we notched up 411.29 million hours of the show.

Fans have been begging for a second season ever since, so when's it coming to Netflix?

Will Wednesday Be Back?

Fans worldwide can rejoice, as Netflix has finally given word of Wednesday's renewal for a second season – It's officially confirmed.

Netflix posted the news on their Tudum blog and a video message from Jenna revealed, ‘More torture is coming. Lucky you.'

Showrunners Miles Millar and Alfred Gough commented, “It’s been incredible to create a show that’s connected with people across the world,” adding “We’re thrilled to continue Wednesday’s torturous journey into Season 2.”

Wednesday Season 2 Release Date

No news was given on when we can expect to see season 2. However, If we use Stranger Things as a guide to Netflix's renewal timeline, the second season could come as late as 2025 or as early as 2024.

We know that filming Wednesday was an incredibly difficult experience for Jenna Ortega, with the actress working 12 to 14 hours per day for eight months.

Hopefully for Wednesday season 2, now that she has signed on as a producer, she can remedy that.

Other than that, and a hint at what's to come from Millar and Gough, we don't have any exact release date.

With strikes ongoing in the US, timelines for all shows have been pushed back and we assume that Wednesday season 2 is just as affected as every other tv show.

As always, as soon as we have a ate for your diaries, we will let you know!

In the meantime, fans of Wednesday can re-watch the first season and speculate about what's to come in Season 2.

What Can We Expect From The Second Season?

We've only just begun to see the Nevermore Academy and all it has to offer, so in Wednesday season 2, the show could explore more of the academy, even potentially introducing new characters and locations.

In the finale of the first season we learned that the Hyde is still out there and that there's also a stalker lurking in the shadows. Plus we saw Wednesday getting those threatening texts and creepy photos from an unknown number.

The show's creator, Miles Millar added “threats remain out there to both Wednesday and the school.

“Not all not loose ends have been tied up neatly as she thinks they have.”

Even Wednesday might break into a teeny grin over the promise of a new spooky case to crack!

Wednesday could also dive into the Addams family's distant past, revealing secrets that have stayed hidden for generations.

One thing that Al Gough, the showrunner, is looking to add more of in season two is more scenes with the immediate Family members.

Speaking to TV Line, Gough said: “We felt like we just touched the surface with those characters and the actors are so amazing in those roles.

“Catherine is, I think, an iconic Morticia. The relationship between Wednesday and Morticia is also essential to the show, and the idea that Wednesday is trying to forge her own path outside the family is important.”

Season 2 will likely see Wednesday’s journey of self-discovery continue as she learns to embrace her own strength and power.

It will expand upon the friendship between Wednesday and Enid while also focusing on Wednesday's relationship with her mother, Morticia.

Jenna Ortega has also stated that season two will “lean into the horror aspect” while “ditching any romantic love interest for Wednesday”.

Who knows what new adventures await her?

What To Watch While You Wait For Season 2

Waiting for Wednesday Season 2 to arrive will seem like an eternity. But in the meantime, you can get your Addams Family fix by exploring the iconic 1990s films with the beloved cast of Raul Julia (Gomez), Anjelica Huston (Morticia), Christina Ricci (Wednesday) and Christopher Lloyd (Fester).

Between 1991 and 1998, three motion pictures were released. Bringing a new generation of fans to the family.

Christina Ricci shined in the role of Wednesday, and you might have even noticed the actress more recently starring as Miss Marilyn Thornhill, a teacher at the Nevermore Academy, in the new Netflix show. She is the teacher in charge of Wednesday's dorm, and they develop a special friendship.

Addams Family Cartoons and Comics

The Addams Family also released a CGI animated movie in 2019 starring Charlize Theron, Chloe Moretz, Finn Wolfhard, Nick Kroll and more. The film follows Wednesday and Pugsley as they take on an evil reality TV host while their family faces a new crisis.

Finally, if you want to get a feel for Wednesday's world before the show aired, you can check out the original comic strips created by Charles Addams. They ran in The New Yorker from 1938 to 1964 and remain some of the most popular comic strips ever published.

But don't worry; we'll keep you updated as soon as we find out anything new. In the meantime, why not rewatch Season 1 over and over again until Season 2 finally arrives?

4 Comments

  1. everywhere it says that wednesday season 2 will be released on 2023-01-26 but now it is 02-03-2023

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    • Wednesday season 2 won’t be released that soon. It was only just renewed, and then it has to be written, filmed, and spend about 6 months in post production. We might get it at the end of this year, but more likely to be 2024.

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      • What the hell

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  2. дано да е през 2024

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