TV and Movies·Posted on Oct 9, 2022The "Wednesday" Trailer Just Dropped, And It Features Wednesday Addams As You've Never Seen Her BeforeNothing will compare to the way I yelped when Christina Ricci came onscreen.by Lauren GarafanoBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink There's been a LOT of buzz about Netflix's new series Wednesday, and fans (myself included) are ecstatic to see Tim Burton's take on The Addams Family. COURTESY OF NETFLIX The series stars Jenna Ortega as a teenage Wednesday Addams, who is off on her own to navigate the mysterious and spooky world of high school. Netflix She'll be attending the infamous Nevermore Academy, aka the "safe haven" for outcasts, "no matter who or what they are." Netflix Coincidentally, it's also the same school where her parents, Gomez and Morticia, met and fell in love. This season, Wednesday will face the typical trials and tribulations of high school, while also coming up against some not-so-normal foes like secret societies and "a homicidal monster." Netflix In addition to Jenna's Wednesday, we'll see new iterations of old faves like Gomez (Luis Guzmán) and Morticia (Catherine Zeta-Jones). Netflix We also get a glimpse of Thing (Victor Dorobantu). Netflix They didn't appear in the trailer, but Pugsley (Isaac Ordonez) and Lurch (George Burcea) will be in the series, too! Uncle Fester (Fred Armisen) makes an appearance and has planned an adventure of his own, of course. Netflix We even have some new characters to meet, like Larissa Weems (Gwendoline Christie), who is Nevermore's headmistress and Morticia's former roommate. Netflix And the best part: The original Wednesday Addams, Christina Ricci, makes a very special appearance as Ms. Thornhill. Netflix And now that the official trailer has dropped, you can see exactly what all the hype was about. Watch it here: View this video on YouTube Netflix / youtube.com It's good, folks. Like, REALLY good. Be sure to watch Wednesday, which premieres on Netflix on November 23.