Everything We Know About ‘Wednesday’ Season 2

Everything We Know About 'Wednesday' Season 2
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Wednesday was one of Netflix’s biggest hits last year, as the supernatural teen drama starring Jenna Ortega in the titular role became a global hit. Of course, a second season was ordered, and while fans probably expected the season to premiere this year, numerous delays resulted in the season probably being pushed back to 2025. At least, this is how things stand based on the filming information we have. Of course, this doesn’t stop us from collecting information about the upcoming season, which is set to premiere on Netflix, and in this report, we have decided to tell you more about the upcoming season.

In this report, as you might have guessed, we are going to bring you all that we know about the upcoming second season of Wednesday in one place. You are going to find out all that we know about the series’ release date, episode count, plot, trailer, and cast, ahead of the upcoming premiere. This will be your go-to guide for all the info in one place, as the article is going to be updated regularly as more information is released.

Wednesday Season 2 release date

The series was renewed for a second season in January 2023, after the series had become one of Netflix’s biggest hits to date, earning praise from critics and fans. The series has since been in production, and the second season will air on Netflix probably sometime during 2025, as a precise release date has not been set as of the time of writing.

How many episodes will Wednesday Season 2 have?

The episode count is always an important piece of information for fans, which is why everyone is eager to know how many episodes an upcoming season is going to have. As far as Wednesday Season 2 is concerned, we do not have an official episode count as of the time of writing. The first season has eight episodes, so it is likely that the second season is going to have a similar number of episodes.

Wednesday Season 2 trailer

Netflix is notoriously secretive about its projects until a proper marketing campaign is launched, and since that is not the case with Wednesday Season 2, we don’t have an official trailer for the series as of the time of writing. The only thing we have is an announcement trailer that is more of a teaser than a proper trailer and you can check it out here:

Wednesday Season 2 plot

The exact premise of the second season of Wednesday is not known, and Netflix hasn’t released any proper information about the story of season two. The only thing we have are comments made by cast and crew members, which reveal the following:

“[Wednesday] sticks to her guns, and she’s not out to please anybody. Which, as someone who used to be an immense people pleaser, I really respect.”

– Jenna Ortega

“It’s been incredible to create a show that’s connected with people across the world. We’re thrilled to continue Wednesday’s torturous journey into Season 2.”

– Miles Millar and Alfred Gough

Wednesday Season 2 cast

Due to the fact that the second season of Wednesday is still in the early phases of production, cast information is severely limited, but we do know some names. Since Wednesday is an interconnected series, i.e., the seasons are not standalone, we expect to see many familiar faces, alongside new ones who are going to appear in the season. As of the time of writing, these names have been confirmed for the second season of the series, but we’re also going to include some suspected and assumed members of the cast:

  • Season 2 returning cast: Jenna Ortega (Wednesday), Hunter Doohan (Tyler Galpin), Emma Myers (Enid Sinclair), Joy Sunday (Bianca Barclay), Victor Dorobantu (Thing), Moosa Mostafa (Eugene), Georgie Farmer (Ajax), Catherine Zeta-Jones (Morticia Addams), Luis Guzmán (Gomez Addams), Isaac Ordonez (Pugsley Addams), Luyanda Unati Lewis-Nyawo (Ritchie Santiago), Fred Armisen (Uncle Fester0
  • Season 2 new cast: Steve Buscemi (Barry Dort), Thandiwe Newton (Dr. Fairburn), William Houston (Joseph Crackstone; not confirmed, only suspected), George Burcea (Lurch; not confirmed, only suspected), Billie Piper (Capri), Noah Taylor (undisclosed role), Joanna Lumley (Grandmama), Frances O’Connor, Haley Joel Osment, Heather Matarazzo, Joonas Suotamo, Christopher Lloyd (all in undisclosed roles)

Where to watch Wednesday Season 2?

As was the case for Season 1, the second season of Wednesday will be available on Netflix, which has the exclusive distribution rights for the series. This is also the only place where you can watch Season 1 as well.

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As we have said, this article is going to be regularly updated as new information comes to light. This article was last updated on May 7, 2024 with all the accurate information as of that date.

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