Netflix has announced Wednesday season 2, which is probably the least surprising thing ever. And yet, we’re still excited.
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As a standalone episode of television, Wednesday 1×08 “A Murder of Woes” is fantastic; as a season finale, it’s even better.
Wednesday 1×07 “If You Don’t Woe Me By Now” is a fantastic penultimate episode in a too-short, yet perfect, season. And there’s Uncle Fester!
Wednesday 1×06 “Quid Pro Woe” does a lot to move Wednesday Addams’ monster murder mystery investigation forward. But progress has its cost.
Wednesday 1×05 “You Reap What You Woe” is all about Parents’ Weekend, with a Nevermore twist. The Addams family thrives, while others…nope.
Wednesday 1×04 “Woe What a Night” is all about the Rave’N dance and what it exposes about the all-too-relatable difficulty of growing up.
Wednesday 1×03 is a pivotal episode, featuring a huge reveal and a very clear, very timely message on the dangers of whitewashing history
Wednesday 1×02 “Woe is the Loneliest Number” gives us some clues, but they just raise more questions. We wouldn’t have it any other way.
Wednesday 1×01 “Wednesday’s Child is Full of Woe” does a fantastic job of setting up everything we need to know about the series.
We’ve been ready for Netflix’s Wednesday forever, and it does not disappoint. Our only complaint is that there’s not more of it.
A new trailer for Netflix’s Wednesday dropped at NYCC 2022. We finally know who plays Uncle Fester AND who Christina Ricci plays! See it here.
Netflix just released an exclusive Wednesday clip at TUDUM. Watch it here, and join us in pledging loyalty to Wednesday Addams.
If you think we lost it over the Geeked Week teaser, wait until you see how much Netflix’s Wednesday trailer has wrecked us.