Last week, after the resounding success, Netflix confirmed the second season of “Wednesday”. The renewal was announced through a video on social networks, leaving the public excited about the continuation of Tim Burton’s work, since until then there were rumors that the series would go to another streaming platform.
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“Wednesday” since its debut broke audience records, reaching 1.237 billion hours watched in the first 28 days, being the third production to surpass the Netflix mark. There is still no confirmation of when the recordings will start and more details about the work.
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In interviews, the producers of the series told a little about how incredible it was to participate in the work: “It has been incredible to be able to create a show that connects with people around the world. We are very excited and thrilled to be able to continue Wandinha’s journey in Season 2. We can’t wait to dive headlong into a new season and explore the Never Again School universe even further. We just need to make sure Wednesday doesn’t empty the pool.”
The first season featured an all-star cast including Jenna Ortega, Gwendoline Christie, Percy Hynes White, Emma Myers, Hunter Doohan, Joy Sunday, Christina Ricci and Catherine Zeta-Jones, and Luis Guzmán.