Charles Addams, a cartoonist, developed The Addams Family in 1938. The eerie and goofy creatures were included in a live-action musical variety program, an animated series, and films, including The Addams Family from 1991, Addams Family Values from 1993, Addams Family Reunion from 1998, and animated pictures from 2019 and 2021. A new series is now on the way: Wednesday is the title of the film, which is directed by Tim Burton and will be available on Netflix.
In February of last year, Netflix won the bidding battle for the program, which has the following official description on IMDb: “Follows Wednesday Addams’ years as a student at Nevermore Academy, when she attempts to master her emerging psychic ability, thwart a monstrous killing spree that has terrorized the local town and solve the mystery that embroiled her parents.”
IMDb goes on to list the cast, which includes all of the significant performers who have been identified and credited. Jenna Ortega, who is most known for her appearances in You, Camp Cretaceous, is the show’s star. Elena of Avalor, Jane the Virgin, and Iron Man 3 are three films that come to mind. Catherine Zeta-Jones and Luis Guzmán portray her parents, Morticia and Gomez. In addition to Pugsley Addams, Victor Dorobantu as Thing, and George Burcea as Lurch, the site identifies Isaac Ordonez from A Wrinkle in Time as Pugsley Addams, Victor Dorobantu as Thing, and George Burcea as Lurch. Other weird and terrifying individuals, such as Uncle Fester, Grandmama, Cousin Itt, and Kitty Kat, will have to be seen to be believed.
Because Wednesday will center on this character’s time at school, it will include students and staff members such as Enid Sinclair as a werewolf, Bianca Barclay as a siren, Gwendoline Christie as Principal Larissa Weems, and Thora Birch as Ms. Tamara Novak, the sole human teacher at the school.
Fans have been curious about the release date of this new The Addams Family TV project since word of it surfaced. Principal shooting began in September, according to What’s on Netflix. While an autumn debut would be ideal, it’s more probable that it won’t happen until late 2022 or early 2023.
When Wednesday finally arrives on Netflix, fans can anticipate eight episodes, each lasting approximately 60 minutes. This will be Tim Burton’s first time directing a television series (rather than a film).
So, we have this well-known and interesting family, which includes a detective daughter with magical abilities. We’ve got a murderer on the loose and a puzzle to solve. At Nevermore Academy, a unique boarding school in New England, we have a wide range of contacts. It’s all coming to Netflix, our go-to streaming service for watching and rewatching all of our favorite shows. Tim Burton, whose films include Beetlejuice, Edward Scissorhands, and The Nightmare Before Christmas, is also on the list.
With all of the above, it’ll be difficult to wait, but it’ll be well worth it when Wednesday finally arrives!