Looking for something creepy and kooky to dive into this holiday season? Look no further than Wednesday on Netflix! The eight-episode teen series follows the titular character of the famed Addams Family as she’s sent to a school for outcasts called Nevermore. Though she’s against the move at first, she soon finds her place when a series of attacks and murders begin. Taking it upon herself to solve the mystery, we follow along with her as she meets her new classmates, teachers, and even potential love interests amid her investigation.
I really enjoyed every episode of Wednesday and would recommend it for all ages! We won’t get into spoilers here, but if you want to check out the brand-new show’s soundtrack, we’ve got all the songs listed by episode below.
Wednesday on Netflix songs
Danny Elfman and Chris Bacon created the score for Wednesday, but here are the non-original songs featured.
Episode 1 songs
- “Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien” by Édith Piaf
- “In My Dreams” by Roy Orbison
- “Can’t Stop” by Rhythmking
- “La Llorona” by Chavela Vargas
- “Paint It Black” performed by Wednesday on violin
Episode 2 songs
- “Don’t Worry Be Happy” performed by Nevermore’s a cappella group
Episode 3 songs
- “Space Song” by Beach House
- “Winter” by Antonio Vivaldi
- “Nothing Else Matters” by Metallica (Instrumental version)
Episode 4 songs
- “Tierra Rica” by Carmita Jiménez
- “It’s A Shame (feat. Pink Feathers)” by RAC
- “The Beginning” by Magdalena Bay
- “Goo Goo Muck” by The Cramps
- “Physical” by Dua Lipa
- “La Mamma Morta” by Umberto Giordano
Episode 5 songs
Episode 6 songs
- “Sciuri Sciura” by Blonde Redhead
Episode 7 songs
- “If I Be Wrong” by Wolf Larsen
- “Perfect Day” by Hoku
Episode 8 songs
Wednesday debuted on Netflix in the early hours this morning and we have no doubt it’ll take the number one spot on the platform this holiday week. If you can’t seem to find something to watch with your family over Thanksgiving, give Wednesday a try!
Apart from the fun story, the cast is also stacked with familiar faces. Jenna Ortega portrays Wednesday, Gwendoline Christie plays her new headmistress, Larissa Weems, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Luis Guzmán play her parents, Morticia and Gomez, respectively, and Fred Armisen has a small role as Uncle Fester. Other notable actors in the show include Christina Ricci and Riki Lindhome in supporting roles.
If you don’t start binging through Wednesday soon, what are you doing!?