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“Wednesday” Season Two is officially in production in Ireland, and with all the buzz about the series, Netflix has revealed the full cast for the new season.

Jenna Ortega will return as the title character, Wednesday Addams, while Catherine Zeta-Jones, Luis Guzmán, Isaac Ordonez, and Luyanda Unati Lewis-Nyawo will all be upgraded and promoted to series regulars for Season 2. Emma Myers, Joy Sunday, Hunter Doohan, Victor Dorobantu, Moosa Mostafa, and Georgie Farmer will also be returning, as will Fred Armisen and Jamie McShane in guest roles.

Other new series regulars include: Billie Piper (“Scoop,” “I Hate Suzie”), Evie Templeton (“Return to Silent Hill,” “Lord of Misrule”), Owen Painter (“Tiny Beautiful Things,” “The Handmaid’s Tale”) and Noah Taylor (“Law & Order: Organized Crime,” “Park Avenue”).

Netflix has also now confirmed that Steve Buscemi will appear as a new series regular, while Thandiwe Newton will appear in a guest star role. Variety exclusively reported Buscemi’s casting on April 16 and Newton’s casting one week later.

Netflix has also unveiled the guest star lineup that includes: Christopher Lloyd (“Addams Family,” “Back to the Future”), Joanna Lumley (“Fool Me Once,” “Absolutely Fabulous”), Frances O’Connor (“The Missing,” “The Twelve”), Haley Joel Osment (“The Kominsky Method,” “Somebody I Used to Know”), Heather Matarazzo (“The Princess Diaries,” “Scream”) and Joonas Suotamo.

Variety pointed out that fans will recall that Lloyd played Uncle Fester in two of the “Addams Family” films in the 1990s, though Armisen took over the role of Fester in “Wednesday” Season 1. Previously, Lloyd’s “Addams Family” co-star Christina Ricci, who played Wednesday in the same films, appeared in Season 1 of the show as Marilyn Thornhill. Matarazzo, meanwhile, previously appeared with Ortega in the new “Scream” film released in 2022.

“Wednesday” originally debuted in November 2022 and instantly became a massive hit for Netflix. It ranks as one of the most-watched shows the streamer has ever released and was nominated for 12 Emmy Awards, winning four. Work on Season 2 was delayed due to the writers’ and actors’ strikes that shutdown much of Hollywood in 2023.

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