's Wednesday could move to rival Amazon ahead of season two renewal... ... trends now

's Wednesday could move to rival Amazon ahead of season two renewal... ... trends now
Netflix's Wednesday could move to rival Amazon ahead of season two renewal... ... trends now

Netflix's Wednesday could move to rival Amazon ahead of season two renewal... ... trends now

Netflix's Wednesday could move to rival Amazon ahead of season two renewal... after $8.5B MGM deal

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Netflix has yet to announce a second season renewal for its record-breaking hit show Wednesday, which might have grown more complicated due to corporate mergers.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer owns the rights to The Addams Family and its properties, so when Amazon Studios acquired the company last March for $8.5B, Wednesday seemingly came with it.

'[Amazon], truthfully, is in business with everybody and is expected to continue to do that in multiple dimensions,' a source told Deadline on December 16.

Any day now: Netflix has yet to announce a second season renewal for its record-breaking hit show Wednesday, which might have grown more complicated due to corporate mergers

Any day now: Netflix has yet to announce a second season renewal for its record-breaking hit show Wednesday, which might have grown more complicated due to corporate mergers

However, a Netflix rep clarified to MailOnline on Monday: 'MGM make programs for any number of streamers and broadcasters and their acquisition by Amazon does not change that. The sale has no impact on existing rights deals.'

On December 13, Alfred Gough and Miles Millar's live-action coming-of-age comedy series about Wednesday Addams' adventures at Hogwarts-like Nevermore Academy crossed the 1B hours viewed mark.

Two-time Oscar nominee Tim Burton directed all eight episodes of the spin-off starring Jenna Ortega and featuring previous Wednesday Addams, Christina Ricci.

On New Year's Day, Millar posted a picture of a squirrel strapped into an electric chair captioned: 'Wishing everyone a mind-blowing 2023!'

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer owns the rights to The Addams Family and its properties

So when Amazon Studios acquired the company last March for $8.5B, Wednesday seemingly came with it

Where will it stream? Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer owns the rights to The Addams Family and its properties, so when Amazon Studios acquired the company last March for $8.5B,

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