“It’s been pretty surreal”: Netflix renews ‘Wednesday’ for a season 2 with Lady Gaga’s viral song from TikTok

The dance that Jenna Ortega choreographed for the Tim Burton series is still being used for many Internet memes.

Less than two months have passed before Netflix has finally renewed for a season 2 Wednesday, the series starring Jenna Ortega that has managed to be a worldwide success since its premiere on the giant streaming.

After several rumors that its new installment could be released on Prime Video due to rights issues, Netflix wanted to dispel any doubts by renewing Wednesday and it has done so by publishing a video where Wednesday Addams herself explains that it has all been torture that has been imitated millions of times on the Internetbut thank you All while playing the Lady Gaga song that went viral along with the famous Wednesday dance:

These last weeks I have been persecuted, possessed and imitated millions of times on the Internet. It has been torture. Thanks

Jenna Ortega also wanted to personally thank the fans of Wednesday on his official Twitter account that this second season was possible:

Thank you to everyone who made this upcoming season possible. This whole thing has been pretty surreal

The first season of Wednesday is currently the second most popular English-language series on Netflix, after part 4 of Stranger Things, with 1,237 million hours viewed in its first 28 days. This good news of 2023 has been accompanied by the high-profile cancellation of 1899, whose fans have not accepted very well.

It has been incredible to create a series that has connected with people from all over the world”, explain the creators of the series Alfred Gough and Miles Millar in a statement. “Excited to continue Wednesday’s tortuous journey into season two. We can’t wait to dive headfirst into another season and explore the creepy, wacky world of Nunca Más. I just need to make sure Wednesday hasn’t drained the pool first.

Wednesday It has a main cast made up of Riki Lindhome, Gwendoline Christie, Jamie McShane, Hunter Doohan, Percy Hynes-White, Emma Myers, Joy Sunday and Moosa Mostafa, among others.