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Every Song In Wednesday Season 1

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WARNING! This article contains SPOILERS for Wednesday season 1!Music plays an important role in Wednesday season 1, with the show’s gothic score being accompanied by classic hits, new pop songs, instrumental covers, and tunes that reflect the characters’ cultures. Shockingly, the Tim Burton-directed series doesn’t feature The Addams Family’s iconic theme song, but Wednesday makes up for it with Danny Elfman’s ominous and exciting score. While Wednesday season 1 doesn’t have a long soundtrack, the songs included in the show have important meanings within various scenes as reflections of the characters who are often listening to or playing them.

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The songs in Wednesday season 1 also come from various genres, with some of the most exciting scenes being scored by orchestral covers of hits like The Rolling Stones’ “Paint It, Black.” Considering Wednesday Addams is a talented cello player in the Netflix series, it’s unsurprising that Wednesday season 1’s soundtrack includes plenty of classical music, some of which are played on-screen by Jenna Ortega’s character. Here’s a guide to every song featured in Wednesday season 1.


Wednesday Episode 1, “Wednesday’s Child Is Full Of Woe”

“Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien” by Édith Piaf: This is the first song in Wednesday’s soundtrack, which plays while the title character unleashes piranhas on her classmates who bullied Pugsley.

“In Dreams” by Roy Orbison: The classic song plays while Wednesday rides in the Addams family car to Nevermore Academy, with Morticia and Gomez lovingly singing along.

“La Llorona” by Chavela Vargas: This mournful ballad is heard in Wednesday season 1, episode 1 when the title psychic is writing on her typewriter and notices that Thing was sent to watch over her.

“Paint It, Black” by The Rolling Stones: Teenage Wednesday Addams plays a rendition of the hit ‘70s rock song on her cello, which is heard by various characters around Nevermore Academy.

Wednesday Episode 2, “Woe Is The Loneliest Number”

Jenna Ortega as Wednesday Addams, Thing in episode 102 of Wednesday

“Don’t Worry, Be Happy” by Bobby McFerrin: The ‘Pitch Slaps’ choir sings an a cappella version of this song after Wednesday is sent by Weems to audition for the Nevermore club.

Wednesday Episode 3, “Friend Or Woe”

Wednesday Addams plays cello in Wednesday season 1

“Space Song” by Beach House: This song plays in Wednesday season 1, episode 3 as the Nevermore Academy students and Jericho normies gather near Joseph Crackstone’s statue to hear Mayor Walker’s speech.

“Don’t Stop” by Fleetwood Mac: Jenna Ortega’s Wednesday Addams joins the Jericho High School band in playing a rendition of the classic 1970s song after Mayor Walker unveils Crackstone’s statue.

“Winter” by Vivaldi: As Thing helps blow up Crackstone’s statue and the citizens of Jericho scatter, Wednesday stays in her seat and continues performing this classical solo on her cello.

“Nothing Else Matters” by Apocalyptica: This instrumental cover of Metallica’s 1991 song plays on Wednesday’s season 1 soundtrack as Wednesday writes on her typewriter, Ajax accidentally “stones” himself in the bathroom, Thornhill sneaks into the Nightshades Library, Principal Weems burns Morticia’s picture, Tyler screams in his bathtub, and Enid scratches up a bus.

Wednesday Episode 4, “Woe What A Night”

Wednesday Gwendoline Christie Principal Larissa Weems Episode 4

“Tierra Rica” by Carmita Jiménez: The Spanish-language song plays at the beginning of Wednesday season 1, episode 4 as the title character organizes files and images of the monster’s victims on a board.

“It’s a Shame (feat. Pink Feathers)” by RAC: This is the first song heard playing at the Rave’N in Tim Burton’s Addams Family show, which plays as the Nevermore Academy couples initially walk into the dance.

“The Beginning” by Magdalena Bay: When Enid corrects Lucas about derogatory terms for Yeti at the Rave’N dance, this song is playing.

“Goo Goo Muck” by The Cramps: This upbeat tune plays in Wednesday episode 4 as Tyler and Wednesday share a peculiar dance at the Rave’N.

“Levels” by henry parsley & Amy Caddies McKnight: When Ms. Thornhill comes up to Principal Weems at the dance to let her know that it’s time for the “big finish,” this upbeat pop song plays in Wednesday season 1, episode 4.

“Physical” by Dua Lipa: The Rave’N’s MC Blood Suckaz brings the students in Netflix’s Wednesday Addams series out to the dance floor for this last pop song.

“La Mamma Morta” by Umberto Giordano: This opera song plays on Wednesday’s season 1 soundtrack as Jericho’s normies spray red paint all over Nevermore’s students and faculty.

Wednesday Episode 5, “You Reap What You Woe”

Gomez, Wednesday, and Morticia Addams

There are no songs that play during Wednesday season 1, episode 5, as the only music comes from the eerie score by composer Danny Elfman.

Wednesday Episode 6, “Quid Pro Woe”

Jenny Ortega as Wednesday Addams sitting in a circle of lit candles

“Sciuri Sciura” by Blonde Redhead: When Wednesday and Thing walk in on Xavier painting in his shed, the artist is listening to this song.

“Cello Concerto in E minor” by Elgar: Xavier makes the portrait of Morticia and Gomez Addams’ daughter Wednesday play this song on her cello about 17 minutes into Wednesday season 1, episode 6.

Wednesday Episode 7, “If You Don’t Woe Me By Now”

Fred Armisen as Uncle Fester Addams in Wednesday season 1

“If I Be Wrong” by Wolf Larsen: This solemn song plays over Mayor Walker’s funeral in Wednesday season 1, episode 7’s opening scene.

“Perfect Day” by Hoku: This song plays within the film Legally Blonde, which Tyler and Wednesday watch as a “scary movie” on their date inside of Joseph Crackstone’s crypt.

Wednesday Episode 8, “A Murder Of Woes”

Wednesday Season 1 Jenna Ortega Wednesday Addams Snap

“In Your Dreams” by Huw Williams: When Wednesday‘s characters Enid and Ajax are kissing in her dorm room in episode 8 of the gothic Tim Burton comeback series, this pop song is playing on the show’s soundtrack.

“Flight of the Bumblebee” by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov: This classic orchestral song plays as Enid’s ringtone when Eugene urgently calls her in Wednesday‘s season 1 finale.

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Ryan Eggold, Isaiah Mustafa Join Aldis Hodge in Alex Cross Series at Amazon

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Ryan Eggold and Isaiah Mustafa have been cast in Amazon’s upcoming series based on James Patterson’s Alex Cross novels.

The pair join previously announced series lead Aldis Hodge in the series, which is titled “Cross.” Amazon ordered the show to series in October.

“Cross” is described as thriller mystery series. Per the official logline, “Alex Cross is a detective and forensic psychologist, uniquely capable of digging into the psyches of killers and their victims, in order to identify—and ultimately capture—the murderers.”

Eggold will play Ed Ramsey. The character is said to have “humble Midwest roots that are the core of his irresistible charm, but he’s got elbows sharp enough to carve out space in the elite social and political circles of DC and New York. Smooth, well connected, and devious, Ramsey can also be physically imposing when he needs to be – and he has some very dark secrets. While he’s initially a fan of Cross’s, he soon becomes a formidable adversary.”

Mustafa will play John Sampson, also known as “Two-John” and “Man-Mountain.” Sampson is described as “Alex’s partner on the force and best friend of 30 years. Full of swagger and larger than life, he believes that Cross is at a crisis point in his life and needs to seek professional help.”

Eggold currently stars in the NBC medical drama “New Amsterdam,” which is airing its fifth and final season at present. He is also known for his role in the NBC drama “The Blacklist” and the spinoff series “The Blacklist: Redemption.” His other notable credits include The CW series “90210” as well as films like “BlacKkKlansman” and “Fathers and Daughters.”

He is repped by Gersh, Entertainment 360, and Hirsch Wallerstein.

Mustafa is known for starring in the cult hit Freeform series “Shadowhunters” and in films like “IT: Chapter Two” and “Murder at Yellowstone City.” He got his big break onscreen in the Old Spice “The Man Your Man Could Smell Like” advertising campaign, which was very well received by the public.

He is repped by APA, Megan Silverman Management, and Yorn Levine.

Variety exclusively reported that “Cross” was in the works in January 2020. Ben Watkins is writing and executive producing the series, and will also serve as showrunner. Hodge is a producer in addition to starring. Sam Ernst, Jim Dunn, and Craig Siebels also executive produce, with Patterson, Bill Robinson, and Patrick Santa executive producing for James Patterson Entertainment. David Ellison, Dana Goldberg, and Bill Bost executive produce for Skydance Television. Paramount Television Studios and Skydance are producing.



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Billie Eilish Addresses Euphoria Season 3 Casting Rumors

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Billie Eilish clarifies social media rumors claiming that she will make an appearance in the upcoming Euphoria season 3 on HBO.


Pop sensation Billie Eilish addresses the rampant rumor claiming she was joining the cast of Euphoria season 3. Earlier this year, a viral tweet from an account posing as an entertainment update page reported that Eilish had been cast in season 3 of the Sam Levinson-created teen series as Nate Jacob’s (Jacob Elordi) latest love interest. Though no official sources confirmed the news at the time, social media was instantly flooded with speculation surrounding Eilish’s potential burgeoning acting career that would see her appear in one of the biggest dramas currently airing.

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Now, in her annual interview with Vanity Fair, Eilish clears up the rumor that she will appear on Euphoria season 3 alongside Zendaya and Elordi. Though the pop star grew up in Los Angeles where she tried her hand at acting under the guidance of a family of performance artists, Eilish has made it clear that the offer to appear on the HBO show, though tempting, never came her way. Check out what she had to say below:

“[The biggest rumor about me is that] I’m in the third season of Euphoria. That’s not true. I’d like to be. Euphoria’s fucking fire.”

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Zendaya as Rue in Euphoria S2

Though Eilish has made it clear she is only a fan of Euphoria rather than one of its incoming stars, her public image and the thematic interests she has explored through songwriting would make her a natural addition to the darkly cinematic teen series. Not only has Eilish’s music been featured on the show, but her depictions of the specific type of teenage angst that is particular to the Gen-Z era reflect many of the same modern struggles that Euphoria has explored since its 2019 release. Both breakout sensations, Eilish and Euphoria, have come to prominence for their ability to create moving art out of the pain and conflict of the teenage experience during an era that has seen a rise in technology and adolescent addiction, making a collaboration or cameo seem more fitting than it may appear at face value.

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Maddy floats in a pool while babysitting in Euphoria.

With Euphoria quickly becoming one of HBO’s most watched shows, second only to Game of Thrones, it should come as no surprise that the series was renewed for a season 3 following the dramatic eight-part second season that saw protagonist Rue try to maintain her sobriety amidst a new friendship with Eliot that threatened her relationship with Jules. Additionally, best friends Maddie and Cassie endured a ruthless falling out that came to physical blows in the season 2 finale. While filming for Euphoria season 3 is not expected to begin until February 2023, the cast and Levinson have teased some of what fans can expect. Similarly to the show’s first two seasons, Euphoria season 3 is expected to contain 8 episodes that various cast members have teased will explore even darker storylines, which Zendaya has expressed she hopes will extend into an exploration of the characters once they graduate from high school and enter their collegiate years.

Though Eilish hasn’t joined the show’s upcoming season, viewers can still expect a cast shakeup. Following speculation of on-set tension between cast member Barbie Ferrera and Levinson, Ferreira took to Instagram to announce she would not be reprising her role as the vibrant fan-favorite Kat. Furthermore, though there was talk of lead Zendaya, who now has 2 Emmys under her belt for her depiction of Rue, leaving the show after season 2, she has been confirmed to return to the series alongside the rest of its central cast. The biggest cliffhanger that Euphoria season 3 is expected to address is the possible death of Ashtray and Fezco’s impending prison stay. How Euphoria answers the open-ended questions it has posed and deals with its evolving central cast will only become clear when season 3 hits HBO.

Source: Vanity Fair

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Will Smith Appears on ‘The Daily Show’ in First Late-Night Interview Since Oscars Slap: ‘That Is Not Who I Want to Be’

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After a series of online statements and quiet public appearances over recent months, Will Smith took further steps back into the spotlight Monday evening, appearing for an interview on “The Daily Show With Trevor Noah.” Promoting his new historical drama “Emancipation,” Smith’s conversation with the late-night host naturally dug into his Oscars night controversy, in which he slapped Chris Rock onstage as the comedian was introducing the category of best documentary feature.

“I have been away,” Will Smith said, drawing a laugh from the crowd when the topic of his absence from the public eye came up. “What have y’all been doing?”

“That was a horrific night, as you can imagine. There’s many nuances and complexities to it. But at the end of the day, I just — I lost it, you know?” Smith continued. “I was going through something that night, you know? Not that that justifies my behavior at all… It was a lot of things. It was the little boy that watched his father beat up his mother, you know? All of that just bubbled up in that moment. That is not who I want to be.”

Noah interjected, offering his own perspective on the situation and recalling the discussions about the controversy that he had with peers.

“I love Chris. I’m friends with him. I love you, but this is fucked up… I know that as Black people, Black people get together and go, ‘What was Will doing? What the hell happened?’ A lot of Black people were like, ‘He should go to jail.’ Like, you need to relax yourself,” Noah said, earning a laugh from Smith. “Some people were overreacting, which made some people underreact.”

Smith shared an anecdote from the aftermath on Oscars evening, when he was already having to deal with the reverberations of his outburst in his private life.

“I was gone. That was a rage that had been bottled for a really long time,” Smith said, “My nephew is nine. He is the sweetest little boy. We came home. He had stayed up late to see his uncle Will and we are sitting in my kitchen and he is on my lap and he is holding the Oscar and he is just like, ‘Why did you hit that man, Uncle Will?’ Damn it. Why are you trying to Oprah me?”

Smith also discussed “Emancipation,” sharing the decision-making that led him to the project. Based on true events, the film stars Smith as a runaway slave who becomes known to the world as “Whipped Peter” after widely distributed photographs of keloid scarring on his back expose the extreme brutality of slavery.

“First seeing that image was one of the things that really got me excited to explore this, because you see the image, but you don’t know who he is. You don’t know what the story is,” Smith said. “American slavery was one of the most brutal aspects of human history… It is hard to understand the level of human cruelty. My daughter asked me, ‘Daddy, do we really need another slave movie?’ I said, ‘Daby, I promise you, I wouldn’t make a slave movie. This is a freedom movie.’”

In a recent interview with Vanity Fair, director Antoine Fuqua addressed the decision to release “Emancipation” eight months after Smith’s Oscars controversy, saying “the film to me is bigger than that moment.”

“400 years of slavery is bigger than one moment,” Fuqua stated. “My hope is that people will see it that way and watch the movie and be swept away with the great performance by Will and all the real hard work that the whole crew did.”

“Emancipation” will debut in select theaters this Friday before premiering on Apple TV+ on Dec. 9.

Watch Noah’s full interview with Smith below.



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