The teaser for the Netflix series Wednesday has been published, and fans can’t stop gushing about how well-cast and authentic the characters look.
Along with that, many have been tweeting how excited they are to watch the show because of how much the teaser touched them and how Netflix did not hold back while drawing inspiration from the original comics.
Wednesday And The Rest Of The Addams
Based on The Addams Family’s Wednesday, Wednesday is a Netflix original series. Charles Addams created the original comic in which these creatures first appeared.
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In the comics, the Addams family was a dysfunctional family of eccentric, obscenely wealthy, and credulous individuals who lived a very bizarre lifestyle replete with ghosts, gore, and various horrors. They were all utterly unaware of the reactions they elicited from those around them, which was what made them so amusing.
Wednesday Addams was the child of Gomez and Morticia Addams. The couple also had a son, Pugsley, who was younger than Wednesday.
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In comic books and other media, Wednesday was consistently presented as the family’s wild child. This will be continued in the upcoming Netflix series, which depicts Wednesday’s coming-of-age journey as she navigates life.
How Did Fans Take The Trailer?
Fans claim that the trailer exceeded their expectations. There was nothing about the film that didn’t completely blow their minds, including the aesthetics, the story, and the casting.
The first trailer for Netflix’s ‘WEDNESDAY’ series has been released.
The series releases this Fall on Netflix. pic.twitter.com/kRTMMlLtkB
— DiscussingFilm (@DiscussingFilm) August 17, 2022
Some fans even asserted that the casting was precisely like the comics (which, if you don’t read comics, indicates that the production and casting were of the highest caliber!)
Jenna Ortega, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and Gwendoline Christie are taking it. This look amazing, excluding Luis Guzman who looks out of place . 🔥🔥🔥🔥
— Love Craft (@lvuexxx) August 17, 2022
Guzman is perfect as they're going for the original source material. Literally looks like he jumped out of that comic strip.
— jedispyder (@jedispyder) August 17, 2022
The casting looks exactly like the comics
— rojo 1 (@XChrisRed) August 17, 2022
Tim Burton is directing the Wednesday television series, which will debut on Netflix in the fourth quarter of this year.