Wednesday Addams is sick of a school of piranha in the water Polo team. That is, in the debut trailer for the Netflix show Wednesday. A show, which is a bloody, fun approach to establish the mood for Tim Burton’s latest comedy-mystery. Something, that is based in The Addams Family. While high school-aged Wednesday Addams obviously enjoys watching an influx of angry fish swarming around Dalton’s high school jocks’ junk. Thus, the more intriguing part of Wednesday is the fact that she has discovered an educational establishment. Furthermore, a social circle that is more suitable to her dark personality: Nevermore Academy.
Wednesday’s episode will reveal that the child of Morticia and Gomez Addams. Obviously, having fun in her school setting after having been exiled. Especially, from eight other schools the idea is almost as bizarre just like the girl herself. Her classmates range from creepy scary. While, scenes that are strange and scary will keep her. As well as, the Netflix viewers entertained.
Here’s the official description by Netflix of the show:
It’s a sleuthing supernaturally infected mystery, which follows Wednesday Addams the years she spent as an undergraduate. Hence, in the prestigious Nevermore Academy, where she strives to perfect her psychic abilities. Stop an egregious murder spree which has terrorised the town, and resolve the mystery surrounding the murder of her parents more than 25 years ago. All, while managing her increasingly complicated friendships at Nevermore.
The trailer for Wednesday offers the first glimpse of Catherine Zeta-Jones ‘ Morticia, Luis Guzman as Gomez and a quick look at Isaac Ordonez as Pugsley. Jenna Ortega stars as Wednesday. The thing is there too. The trailer also showcases the cast members Gwendoline Christine in the role of principal Larissa Weems, and Emma Myers as chipper Nevermore Academy student Enid Sinclair. Christina Ricci, who played Wednesday Addams in Barry Sonnenfeld’s 1991 film The Addams Family and its sequel in 1993, will be appearing in the show as a new character called Marilyn Thornhill.
Wednesday is set to start streaming on Netflix in the fall.
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