This Wednesday Netflix may move on to rival Amazon ahead of a second season renewal… following MGM’s $8.5 billion deal

This Wednesday Netflix may move on to rival Amazon ahead of a second season renewal… following MGM’s $8.5 billion deal

Netflix has yet to announce a second season renewal of its record-breaking show on Wednesday, which may have been made even more complicated by corporate mergers.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer owns the rights and properties of the Addams family, so that’s when it’s Amazon Studios acquired The company last March for $8.5 billion, on Wednesday apparently came up with it.

“[Amazon]Truthfully, it works with everyone and is expected to continue to do so in multiple dimensions,” said a source final date on the 16th of December.

Any day now: Netflix has yet to announce a second season renewal of its record-breaking show on Wednesday, which may have been made even more complicated by corporate mergers.

Any day now: Netflix has yet to announce a second season renewal of its record-breaking show on Wednesday, which may have been made even more complicated by corporate mergers.

On December 13, Alfred Gough and Miles Millar’s live-action comedy series about Wednesday Addams’ adventures at Hogwarts-like Nevermore Academy surpassed the 1B watch-hour mark.

Two-time Academy Award nominee Tim Burton directed all eight episodes of the spin-off starring Gina Ortega and featuring Wednesday Addams’ ex, Christina Ricci.

On New Year’s Day to publish Photo of a squirrel strapped to an electric chair that reads: “I wish everyone an AMAZING 2023!”

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer owns the rights and property of the Addams family

So when Amazon Studios acquired the company this past March for $8.5 billion, it seems Wednesday came with it.

Where will it flow? Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer owns the rights and property to the Addams family, so when Amazon Studios acquired the company last March for $8.5 billion, Wednesday seemed to come with it.

KEY ACHIEVEMENT: On December 13, Alfred Gough and Miles Millar's live-action comedy series about Wednesday Addams' adventures at Hogwarts-like Nevermore Academy surpassed the 1B watch-hour mark

KEY ACHIEVEMENT: On December 13, Alfred Gough and Miles Millar’s live-action comedy series about Wednesday Addams’ adventures at Hogwarts-like Nevermore Academy surpassed the 1B watch-hour mark

Two-time Academy Award nominee Tim Burton (M) directed all eight episodes of the spin-off starring Gina Ortega (left) and featuring former Wednesday Adams and Christina Ricci (right)

Two-time Academy Award nominee Tim Burton (M) directed all eight episodes of the spin-off starring Gina Ortega (left) and featuring former Wednesday Adams and Christina Ricci (right)

The 55-year-old’s Instagram post invited fans in the comments for Season 2 so they could see more of the deadpan, death-obsessed teen.

Wednesday and Callie’s 20-year-old both earned nominations—Best Television Series (Musical/Comedy) and Best Actress (Musical/Comedy)—at the 80th Golden Globe Awards, which airs Jan. 10 on NBC/Peacock.

Jenna faces stiff competition against Hacks’ Jean Smart, Abbott Elementary’s Quinta Brunson, Only Murders in the Building’s Selena Gomez, and Flight Attendant’s Kaley Cuoco.

On New Year's Day, Millar posted a photo of a squirrel strapped to an electric chair with the caption:

On New Year’s Day, Millar posted a photo of a squirrel strapped to an electric chair with the caption: “I wish everyone an AMAZING 2023!”

“It will be amazing when we receive confirmation for a second season!” The 55-year-old’s Instagram post invited fans in the comments for Season 2 so they could see more of the death-obsessed teen.

who will win?  Wednesday and 20 Years of Callie both scored nominations — Best Television Series (Musical/Comedy) and Best Actress (Musical/Comedy) — at the 80th Golden Globe Awards, which air Jan. 10 on NBC/Peacock

who will win? Wednesday and 20 Years of Callie both scored nominations — Best Television Series (Musical/Comedy) and Best Actress (Musical/Comedy) — at the 80th Golden Globe Awards, which air Jan. 10 on NBC/Peacock

Also appearing Wednesday are Catherine Zeta-Jones, Luis Guzman, Emma Myers, Isaac Ordonez, Gwendolyn Christie, Rikki Lindhome, Jamie McShane, Fred Armisen.

It currently has a 71% critic approval rating (out of 91 reviews) and an 87% audience approval rating. Rotten tomatoes.

The Addams Family was originally created by American cartoonist Charles Addams in 1938.

71% on Rotten Tomatoes!  Also featured Wednesday are Catherine Zeta-Jones (left), Luis Guzman (2-right), Isaac Ordonez (right), Emma Myers, Gwendolyn Christie, Rikki Lindhome, Jamie McShane, Fred Armisen

71% on Rotten Tomatoes! Also featured Wednesday are Catherine Zeta-Jones (left), Luis Guzman (2-right), Isaac Ordonez (right), Emma Myers, Gwendolyn Christie, Rikki Lindhome, Jamie McShane, Fred Armisen

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