Netflix Series Review: Wednesday

“Wednesday” is a new-age series showing a teenager trying to find her way through high school while dealing with surreal situations. This series is centered around Wednesday Addams. She’s a bit different from our typical teen. She’s gothic and mysterious, and she has problems that I can’t even imagine having. Even though her challenges in school life are probably what most of us teens are not facing, the underlining message is the same. It takes courage to show your true self.

The “Wednesday” series tackles many typical student issues, such as bullying, self-acceptance, and trying to fit in. The character of Wednesday is confident and knows exactly what she wants. She personifies what every teen wants to be – someone sure of herself, who stands out from the crowd and doesn’t conform to the norms.

As a teenager, I found the Wednesday series an exciting take on the classic Addams Family character. Jenna Ortega’s play in the role of Wednesday is perfect, capturing the character’s rebellious teenage and strong spirit while also giving her relatable characteristics of a modern edge.

I loved this series’ believable supernatural world and the diverse characters that are in it. The series’ complexity includes many bizarre characters like vampires, ghosts, ghouls, and witches. What makes Nevermore Academy so extraordinary is that it feels like a familiar and otherworldly world, including rich historical and mythology slowly revealed throughout each episode in the season. The academy’s secret societies, mysterious artifacts, and hidden passages add to the sense of mystery and intrigue.

At its core, Wednesday is a story about finding one’s identity, making friends, and the power of love and family. Wednesday struggles to find her place in the world, torn between her love for her family and her innate desire to forge her own path. Her relationships with her classmates and teachers at Nevermore Academy are complex and nuanced. I appreciated how the series explored loyalty, betrayal, and trust issues.

Wednesday, the series is engaging and fascinating to watch. I highly recommend it to anyone who loves watching series or movies with adventure, dark humor, and excitement. Wednesday celebrates diversity, staying true to yourself, and uniqueness, no matter how different or out of the ordinary you may be.

Enjoy the show! May it take you on a journey of laughter, tears, and unforgettable moments.
Bella H.

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About BellaH.

I'm a passionate teen author and blogger. My world revolves around the magical world of words. When I'm not indulging in her writing and drawing, I'm happy to get lost in the pages of a good book, whether fiction or nonfiction. My literary repertoire includes the following: Project X Series: Project X (Book 1) and The Awakening (Book2) Koda and Friends Series: Koda in the Wild and Koda and the Moon To explore more of her writing or sign up for a newsletter, visit my website at Join me on my literary journey, where the magic of words awaits!

2 thoughts on “Netflix Series Review: Wednesday

  1. I love Wednesday! And I completely agree with your take on Jenna Ortega; she plays the role so well! Nice review!

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