Get ready, folks, because “Wednesday” Season 2 is just around the corner, and it’s gearing up to bring more spooky and mysterious tales to your Netflix screens!

The Netflix series, which stars Jenna Ortega as the iconic Wednesday Addams, garnered a devoted fanbase and was swiftly renewed for a second season back in January, following its successful debut on the streaming platform.

Now, hold onto your broomsticks, because here’s the latest scoop: “Wednesday” Season 2 is set to commence filming in April 2024, as per a report from Variety. But that’s not the only twist in the story!

Season 2 of “Wednesday” is going to cast a new spell on its production location, as it’s shifting from the eerie landscapes of Romania (where Season 1 was filmed) to the mystical charm of Ireland.


In Season 1, Jenna Ortega was joined by a star-studded ensemble including Gwendoline Christie, Jamie McShane, Percy Hynes White, Hunter Doohan, Emma Myers, Joy Sunday, Naomi J. Ogawa, Moosa Mostafa, Georgie Farmer, Riki Lindhome, and the original Wednesday Addams herself, Christina Ricci.

Speaking of Christina Ricci, the question on everyone’s minds is whether she’ll make a return in “Wednesday” Season 2. Fans will have to stay tuned to unravel that mysterious plot thread!

So, mark your calendars and prepare for another thrilling adventure with the Addams family’s enigmatic daughter, Wednesday, as she continues to navigate the eerie and peculiar world around her in “Wednesday” Season 2. It’s bound to be a spooky good time!

What do you think about the decision to shift the production location of “Wednesday” from Romania to Ireland for its second season? How do you think this change might impact the show’s atmosphere and storytelling? Leave us a comment below.

Steve Carrier

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