💔👻Jenna Ortega Gives Love the Cold Shoulder, Says ‘Wednesday’ Season 2 is Getting Spookier🧟‍♀️💥

“Wednesday” star Jenna Ortega ditches Cupid’s arrow 🏹❤️, and Season 2 will be sending chills down your spine! With the 20-year-old taking on a producing role, Ortega claims they’ll be delving deeper into the macabre. Horror-fans, rejoice! 🎃🙌🏽

Jenna Ortega, who flawlessly portrays the eerie, yet charming, Wednesday Addams in Netflix’s “Wednesday”, is upping the ante in Season 2! Just when we thought the show couldn’t get any better, our beloved star is leveling up to be a producer, shifting the narrative from mushy love triangles 💔🔼 to an adrenaline-pumping horror spectacle 🧛‍♀️🧟‍♀️.

The talented actress revealed in a recent chat with Elle Fanning for Variety that they are “leaning into the horror aspect of the show a little bit more.” Quite the twist, right? With vampires, werewolves, and superpowers already swirling in the mix, it’s refreshing to see they’re not taking themselves too seriously. What’s more fun than a humorous horror fest? 👻😂

But here’s the juicy part: they are saying ‘see ya’ to any romantic love interest for Wednesday in the upcoming season! And no, we’re not making this up. Ortega herself claimed, “We’re ditching any romantic love interest for Wednesday, which is really great.” Remember the Season 1 love triangle involving Wednesday, Tyler Galpin, and Xavier Thorpe? Well, it seems our titular character decided to go solo and slay in her own right. How badass is that? 😈🤘🏽

Ortega, as a first-time TV producer, explains this move as a “natural progression.” Turns out, she’s a hands-on worker who wishes to remain in the thick of things, constantly throwing out ideas and making sure they don’t “get her wrong”. Isn’t that the kind of dedication we adore in our favorite stars? 🌟👏🏽

She further discusses her newfound role as a producer, “In preparation for a second season, we wanted to get ahead of the curve and start the conversations earlier.” It seems she’s eager to see the evolution of characters, outfits, scripts, and more, hinting at an exciting journey ahead.

The conversation also shifted towards how being child actors affected their assertiveness on set. Ortega reminisces, “Being a young woman in the industry, sometimes people don’t take you as seriously… But the most beautiful experiences that I’ve had on a job…have always been the ones where everyone’s voice is heard.”

So, horror-junkies and Wednesday-lovers, it’s time to buckle up for a wild ride. 💺🎢 Seems like we’re trading in romance for more frightful fun this season. But here’s a question for you: Will the loss of romantic elements be a win for ‘Wednesday’ or will it miss the mark?

Could there be a method to this madness?🤔 Is ditching romance for horror the future of TV series?🧟‍♀️💔 Only time will tell, folks! Let us know your thoughts below! 👇🏽👇🏽

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