Wednesday, Tim Burton’s Addams Family series, already has a date on Netflix

MADRID, 23 Sep. (CultureLeisure) –

Wednesdaythe series based on the iconic character of The Addams Family directed by Tim Burton for NetflixIt already has a release date. The fiction, starring Jenna Ortega, will reach the streaming service, of course, on a Wednesday, specifically on November 23.

Wednesday is already a teenagerwe have never seen it as such and we had not seen it so much on screen either. Her sarcastic and sassy comments don’t have to sound so charming when they come from someone who probably should know more than a 10-year-old girl. It is a balancing act, as we didn’t want her to sound like any other teenager, but we also didn’t want her to be too ignorantOrtega points out.

The actress also recalls that “every time we’ve seen Wednesday, she’s been the protagonist of a joke, the funniest, she’s always right, and I think that’s what people love about her”, but highlights that as a novelty “in this series, every scene is Wednesday. “There’s a chance give it a little more dimensionand he becomes a more real person, which I don’t think we’ve ever seen before“, he concludes.

Wednesday, which will also feature Catherine Zeta-Jones as Morticia and with Luis Guzman like Gomez, is a mystery series filled with supernatural episodes, recounting Wednesday Addams’ years as student at Nevermore Academy, where he tries to master his emerging psychic ability, thwart a monstrous murder spree that has terrorized the city, and solve the murder mystery involving her parents 25 years ago, all while navigating her convoluted new relationships in Nevermore.

Riki Lindhome, Jamie McShane, Hunter Doohan, Emma Myers, Thora Birch, Christina Ricci, Georgie Farmer, Joy Sunday and Percy Hynes White, among others, complete the cast of a series in which Tim Burton serves as executive producer and directs four episodes. Gandja Monteiro and James Marshall will direct the remaining four episodes.

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