Wednesday art transforms dance scene into anime in meticulous illustration

Wednesday art transforms dance scene into anime in meticulous illustration

The viral dance scene from Netflix’s Wednesday gets a unique spin in new fan art, which takes Jenna Ortega’s big moment and turns it into an anime.


New art for Netflix’s hit series Wednesday turns the show’s already iconic dance scene into an anime in a gorgeous illustration. Wednesday stars Jenna Ortega as the protagonist Wednesday Addams, of the famous The Addams Family franchise. The new series follows Wednesday as she tries to solve a monster mystery happening at her school. Wednesday’s callous personality makes her difficult to connect with, leaving the girl with few options of people to turn to for help. The series comes from creators Alfred Gough and Miles Millar (Smallville). Visionary director Tim Burton also injected Wednesday with his signature style, and directed the show’s first 4 episodes.

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artist BeneceaDraws has shared on his Twitter account a new piece that turns Wednesday‘s dance scene for an anime. The Wednesday the dance scene became a hot topic from the moment the show premiered in late November, inspiring many discussions about the way it was handled and becoming a staple of the series. Check out the illustration below.

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When Will Netflix Announce Wednesday Season 2?

Jenna Ortega as Wednesday Dance

Wednesday proved to be a huge win for Netflix right from the start, with social media surrounding the show jumping through the roof as fans became eager to learn about a potential Wednesday season 2. Numbers have shown how successful the series actually was for Netflix. Wednesday broke a massive Netflix record right out of the gate, with the supernatural series racking up a whopping 341.23 million hours watched in its first week. It became the most-watched English-language series in a week for Netflix, surpassing it Stranger Things season 4. The only TV series Wednesday was unable to beat was Octopus gamewhich turned out to be a giant for the streamer, totaling a whopping 571.8 million hours at its peak.

The records turned off Wednesday didn’t stop there. The series managed to become the third most-watched English-language series in Netflix history. Burton’s involvement with Wednesday helped both him and the show, giving the series a head start in fan interest. Netflix announced the surprising news of the record that Wednesday completed its first 12 days available on the streamer, which came as a positive surprise to the young goth’s fans. The only one shows above Wednesday currently on the list Stranger Things 4 and Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story, both of which clocked in over a billion hours watched during the 60-day period of tracking. Given the recent availability on the streamer, Wednesday could become Netflix’s most successful English-language series in a short time.

Given the record-breaking run, Wednesday‘s the season 2 announcement only feels like a matter of time. Netflix will want to keep the streak going with a new season, and fans are eager to find out who Wednesday’s new stalker is in Season 2. Netflix may want to wait until Wednesday has become the streamer’s most-watched English-language series of all time, which may well fall under the 60-day threshold used to measure the ratings. Fans will have to keep their eyes open, as news confirms Wednesday Season 2 may be revealed before the end of December.

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Source: BeneceaDraws/Twitter

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