has been an icon for the misfits amongst us. After first appearing on screen as a young, glowering child of six years old in the 1964 sit-com The Addams Family (iconized by Lisa Loring), Wednesday was resurrected by Christina Ricci in the 1991 film, also called The Addams Family.
Ricci's Wednesday spent her time building guillotines, using her brother as a lab rat for various experiments, and taking on any all-American blonde Girl Scouts in her path.
For young millennials who felt out of place, she was the perfect anti-hero. Now, three decades later, Wednesday has been updated once again for a new generation of teens in Netflix's eight-episode series, Wednesday.
This is Wednesday Addams with a distinct Gen Z twist. Directed by Tim Burton, Wednesday shifts the focus from the Addams family to Wednesday herself ().Read more on glamour.com