Wednesday Netflix has yet to renew it for a second season, leading fans to question whether it will remain on the platform.
The hit series, which stars Jenna Ortega as Wednesday Addams, landed on the streaming giant last November and has been a huge hit.
Wednesday to thresh out Stranger Things to get the most watch time for an English-language series on Netflix in a single week, amassing more than 400 million hours in a single week.
Fans have praised the show’s writing and Ortega’s performance as the sullen teenager, with many looking forward to what appears to be an inevitable second season.
Despite its huge success, however Wednesday Netflix has not yet renewed it for a second season. The popularity of the show almost guarantees that it will happen, but the question is: where?
Netflix will want to keep him Wednesday on its platform, but the streamer may not have a choice in the matter since the series is a Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) product.
As he states deadline Last year, Amazon and MGM completed an $8.5bn (£7.06bn) merger, giving the rights to Wednesday can go with it.
This led some fans to speculate that the second season might premiere on Amazon’s streaming giant, Prime Video, rather than Netflix. However, Amazon previously said it has no plans to make all MGM content exclusive to Prime Video deadline.
However, new reports since then suggest that there won’t be a problem for Netflix Wednesday season two.
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This was reported by a source with knowledge of the situation IndieWire that a deal between Netflix and MGM was reached on Wednesday before Amazon’s deal was in place with the studio.
The Independent contacted a Netflix representative for comment.
Despite no announcement of a renewal, the show’s producers are reportedly already scouting locations and securing writers for the new season.
When asked what the second season might look like, Ortega, 20, previously expressed her wish for Wednesday to be bisexual, noting that the character and her roommate Enid (Emma Myers) would be a couple in a perfect world.
Many fans of the series agree, which means the second season could shed more light on Wednesday’s romantic relationships.
When we talk about WednesdayChristina Ricci – who played the character in the 1990s and also stars in the recent spin-off as a teacher – said “the youth of today deserve to have their own version of Wednesday”.
Wednesday it’s on Netflix now.