A new poster arrives Wednesday revealing Tim Burton’s Addams Family spin-off on Netflix later than some audiences expected.
the official Wednesday The poster finally reveals the date of the series’ premiere, not what time audiences are expecting. Netflix Adams family Spinoff comes from the master of the stranger, Tim Burton, and puts teenager Wed Addams inside the strange Nevermore Academy for outcasts. The titular character Jenna Ortega must navigate new relationships, a stunning murder mystery, and her emerging psychic abilities in this upcoming inside story. Adams family knowledge.
So far, Netflix’s marketing efforts for Wednesday She succeeded in generating interest in Burton’s new project. The initial reveal of the new Adams family has revealed Luis Guzman as Gomez, Catherine Zeta-Jones as Morticia, and Isaac Ordoñez as Pugsley, sparking fan polarization across social media. in the end Wednesday The trailer was set up largely to assuage critics’ skepticism about Ortega’s casting, as it portrays the character similar to Christina Ricci’s popular ’90s release. Wed Ortega even gave advice to Emmy nominees in a promo for breaking the series’ fourth wall. Despite creative marketing over the past couple of months, Netflix has failed to set a release date yet.
Just over a month after the first trailer was revealed, Netflix Release the official Wednesday a poster. The main art of the Burton series reveals that Adams family The spin-off will premiere on the streaming platform on November 23, just a day before Thanksgiving. Check out the gothic-style poster below:
Wednesday avoids Netflix’s packed October release calendar
The most important realization from the new Netflix Wednesday The poster is that the show will be released right before a major national holiday, but not one that fans might expect. The show’s spooky atmosphere and horror elements are closely aligned with Halloween, but Wednesday It comes out after about a month. While Ortega’s Wednesday carries a terrifying aura perfect for the hottest months of the year, as evidenced by its darker appearance on the poster, Netflix has other ideas regarding the series’ premiere. The platform’s October release schedule is already full of horror projects like midnight clubAnd the Cabinet of curiosityAnd the Wendell and Wildwhich may affect their ability to open Wednesday In a more logical version window.
Another challenge lies in the original Netflix movie, Good and Evil Schoolwho looks like Wednesday In terms of aesthetics and plot, both revolve around a teenage girl who joins an academy for non-traditional students. In the end, the release of the film could not have any legitimate effect on Wednesday Thanksgiving premiere date, but the similarities are undeniable. The most likely conclusion is that the positioning Wednesday As a pivotal release during the extended Thanksgiving weekend, it allows subscribers to devote their time to surprising curiosity without being overwhelmed by Netflix’s many other frightening options. Time will tell if the live-streaming strategy pays off or fans of the genre will lose interest because of the missed opportunity Wednesday Premiere November 23.