Emma Myers thinks there should be a 'Single Season' on Wednesdays
Miles currently plays Enid Sinclair on Wednesday.
Premiering Wednesday, November 16, 2022 on Netflix, the original series brings us back to the famous characters created by Charles Adams. Gomez and Morticia Addams' daughter Wednesday Addams deserves your attention after she's sent off to boarding school at Nevermore Academy. Jenna Ortega plays the eponymous Adams teenage daughter who is forced to try and find some kind of common ground with her school acquaintances. Her roommate, Enid Sinclair (Emma Myers), is Wednesday's polar opposite, and despite initial friction throughout the first season, the pair's friendship blossoms.
Wednesday was caught in a love triangle in season one, with some fans suggesting that Enid would be a suitable partner for the main character in season two. Looking back on the past season and looking ahead, Miles spoke to Variety to offer his thoughts on how Wednesday's romantic arc should play out in season two. Miles revealed that the two were not in a relationship, but she said she was honest, but suggested that the titular character might be single for a season, saying: ^classmate Xavier (Percy Hynes White and Nomi Taylor (Hunter Doohan) are at the center of the first season of Wednesday's romantic drama. Considering the way the season ended, Wednesday's entry into season 2 singles makes sense. On the other hand, the relationship between Enid and Wednesday could also be a great deal. The two are diametrically opposed, with Enid hoping to get Wednesday out of her shell, but it would also go a long way in providing much-needed representation.
“Anything is possible in the show. We haven’t really spoken about direction at all, so I don’t really know what the game plan is for anything. As far as love interests go for Wednesday, I feel like at least for a second season, she needs to take her season of singleness. She just had a whole fiasco with her men, she’s got to lay it off for a little bit. I would be deterred from dating anybody if I had gone through that.”
Earlier this month, "Wednesday" was renewed for a second season. The series has yet to offer a return date, but viewers are very much looking forward to enjoying more of the darker action our teen protagonists have to offer. The series was created by Alfred Goff and Miles Miller, with Tim Burton serving as director. The series also stars Gwendoline Christie as Larissa Weems, Joy Sunday as Bianca Barclay and Christina Richie as Marilyn Thornhill. The rest of the cast includes Catherine Zeta-Jones as Morticia Adams, Luis Guzman as Gomez Adams, Fred Armisen as Uncle Fester, and Victor Robanto as the show's favorite star monster. Grotesque.
Season 1 is airing Wednesday Now on Netflix. Watch the Season 2 announcement video below: