Fans are VERY HAPPY to watch ‘Wandinha’, a spinoff series from ‘The Addams Family’



After a long wait, Netflix has finally released the official trailer for “Wandinha,” a spin-off series from “The Addams Family” centered around the iconic titular character.

It didn’t take long for netizens to voice their opinions about the video – and it seems the general consensus is that everyone is very excited about the production.

Check out the reactions:

MY WANDINHA @^@&&@&@€! man if they decide to cancel this show after watching it i swear i will kill everyone https://t.co/0rIGslVnr7

— darling (@hyunhovlog) August 17, 2022

Just come Wandinha 🖤 https://t.co/hoqfFQBYOW

—Carol Aguiar 🧜🏻‍♀ | Marketing Professional 🎯 (@aguiarr_carol) August 17, 2022


Hablando legend even https://t.co/QKDq5TrNwt pic.twitter.com/VorBpj2PWM

— Fernand🅰️ (@Fcvllrs) August 17, 2022

Enjoy watching:

I love Wandinha 😭💙


— ig @whoisbrizza 💙 (@whoisbrizza) August 17, 2022

die with wandinha trailer

— ؘ (@loveIIie) August 17, 2022


— ∞ gypsy (@DeliriosB2) August 17, 2022

I’m glad this wandinha series came out this year because I couldn’t stand the anxiety

— leticia (@laurseyes) August 17, 2022

WANDINHA LINDA https://t.co/SPctvCMjBR

— cherry (@slajkkjkkj) August 17, 2022

Wandinha warns there will be psychological torture later, I love the caption pic.twitter.com/a45xSpHoPe

— GUI 🕷 (@DIVEBP) August 17, 2022

I loved the Wandinha trailer

— Yas ت🍍 (@comNdenavio) August 17, 2022

During an interview with Comicbook.com, legendary composer Danny Elfman commented on what audiences can expect from the attraction and took the opportunity to praise Ortega’s work.

“The show is really, really fun. I’m currently working on the second episode alongside Tim and the young actress who plays Wandinha. She’s really perfect, she was the perfect choice for the role. You will really see her transform into this beloved character.

Known for her work in ‘You’, ‘Scream’ and ‘X’, Jenna Ortega, who plays the titular character, previously commented on the challenges of playing the daughter of Gomez (Luis Guzman) and Morticia (Catherine Zeta-Jones).

For her, one of the main characteristics of Wandinha is her lack of emotions, which is very complicated for an expressive actress like Ortega.

“The most interesting thing about Wandinha is that we’ve never seen her act like a regular teenager,” she told Entertainment Weekly. “She’s an eight-year-old girl obsessed with murder, death, grief and depression. It’s so weird it’s funny and charming at the same time. So how do I replicate all of that and the make it interesting without distorting it?It’s an eight episode series… So my biggest challenge is to get people to connect with her in an emotional way, even though she’s emotionally closed.

She added that:

“Okay, she has to be able to move the story forward in some way, but how do we keep her true to her expressionless self? I’m very curious how that will work out. I don’t I’ve never had the opportunity to play an iconic character before and I know she’s very much loved and respected so I can’t spoil that.”

In addition to Ortega, Zeta-Jones and Guzman, Gwendoline Christie will play Larissa Weems, the headmistress of Nevermore Academy, who has a long-standing feud with Morticia.

Wandinha will be part of Nevermore Academy, in the city of Jericho, and will be accompanied by several other characters, including several students.

Check the description of each below:

Joy Sunday as Bianca Barclay: One of the Academy’s most popular students, Bianca descends from a long line of mermaids with an enchanting power of persuasion. Emma Myers as Enid Sinclair: Enid is Wandinha’s lively and dynamic roommate. Originally from California, she is part of a pack of werewolves. Hunter Doohan as Tyler Galpin: A local resident who forms an unexpected friendship with Wandinha. He has a complicated relationship with his father, Sheriff Donovan. Moosa Mostafa as Eugene Otinger: One of the Academy’s most eccentric students and president of the beekeeping club. Georgie Farmer as Ajaz Petropolus: Academy student who is also a Gorgon. Quirky and shy, Ajaz gets very anxious when someone looks him in the eye. Naomi J. Ogawa as Yoko Tanaka: A vampire inspired by harajuku aesthetics and one of the Academy’s coolest young women. Percy Hynes White as Xavier Thorpe: A charismatic and artistically supernatural student who comes from a wealthy family, thanks to his famous father. Jamie McShane as Sheriff Donovan Galpin: Born and raised in Jericho, this sheriff has always had trouble with the Academy – and an outstanding vendetta with a former student there, Gomez Addams. Thora Birch as Tamara Novak: Wandinha’s dormitory supervisor and the only one without supernatural attributes in the Academy, passionate about all things botany. Riki Lindhome as Dr. Valerine Kinbot: A local therapist extremely intrigued by her new patient, Wandinha.

The screenplay is written by Alfred Gough and Miles Millar, best known for creating and producing the hit series “Smallville”.

For those who don’t know, “The Addams Family” was created by cartoonist Charles Addams in 1938 as comic strips for The New Yorker magazine. The characters have spawned animated and live-action series, books, video games and even a musical, which aired in Brazil in 2012, starring Daniel Boaventura and Marisa Orth as couple Gomez and Morticia Addams.

In the cinema, the creation generated “The Addams Family”, a great box office success in 1991, and, 2 years later, “The Addams Family II”, both directed by Barry Sonnenfeld. Anjelica Huston and Raul Julia played the Addams couple. Christopher Lloyd was Uncle Fester and Christina Ricci played Wednesday Addams (Wandinha).

The third film, “The Addams Family Returns”, was released straight to video in 1998.

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