The second season of Netflix’s popular “Wednesday” series is changing locales, the project shifting its production base from Romania for the first season to Ireland for the second.

In addition, filming is on the Jenna Ortega-led series is on track for a late April start date. The show’s first season was shot September 2021-March 2022 ahead of a November 2022 airing.

If the shooting start date is correct, it would suggest a late Summer or early Fall 2025 airing of the show’s second season.

The massive global success of the first season has led to sets in Romania becoming a major attraction.

MGM Television produces the series and recently moved locations of another major streaming series in its second season – namely “The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power” which shifted from New Zealand to the UK.

All that’s known about the new season is that we will likely see more Addams family members, whilst Ortega has hinted the show will de-emphasise the teen romance aspects of the first season in favor of the horror/dark comedy.

The first season remains atop Netflix’s Top 10 list for most popular English-language seasons of a series with 252.1 million views to date, double the views for its nearest competitor with the fourth season of “Stranger Things” at 140.7 million views.

Netflix is also getting moving on the sixth season of “Cobra Kai,” with writing having resumed and filming aiming to begin very early 2024 according to creator Jon Hurwitz (via GetFandom). He adds: “Hopefully in 2024 our starved fans will be fed.”

Source: Deadline

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