What 'Wednesday' character are you based on your star sign?
Perhaps you're our spooky titular character...or more of a kooky Enid Sinclair? We'll help you find out!
So, what Wednesday character are you?
Undoubtedly, you have binged Jenna Ortega's breakout role as our iconic, gloomy, pigtail-wearing heroine, but Wednesday, Netflix and Tim Burton's rendition of the classic story, introduces us to new faces in the ever-evolving creepy, kooky Addams world.
We have the complete 180 of Wednesday in her Nevermore Academy roommate, Enid Sinclair (Emma Myers) and we have a love interest in Taylor Galpin (Hunter Doohan)...which doesn't quite turn out as planned. There are plenty of personalities to get acquainted with as Wednesday ventures to her new Vermont boarding school.
Whether you're a classic Addams clan member or a new face to the series, we'll help you figure out the person—or appendage—most like you.
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What 'Wednesday' character are you?
With the help of our astrology experts, we dove into birth chart details and zodiac personality traits to uncover which creepy, kooky, mysterious and spooky star is most like you. Cheers!
Aries: Bianca Barclay
Given that an Aries thrives on leadership and adrenaline, we think none other than the Nevermore Queen Bee Bianca Barclay is the perfect example of the fire sign. She's strong, intelligent, determined and not afraid to stand out.
We'll admit, Wednesday might've been wrong about Bianca in the beginning of the series, but we're anxious to see where their friendship—and competitive personalities—take them next, should there be a Wednesday season 2. (Cross your fingers, Thing.)
"I was just elated to be able to put my own spin on it and to really provide a nuanced take on the mean girl, the strong girl," actor Joy Sunday told Collider. "I feel lucky to have been able to play her."
Taurus: Eugene Otinger
Astrologer Noush once described the earth sign as "a little gentler and a little more grounded" in comparison to its counterparts. Given that a Taurus is affectionate, we couldn't help but think of Eugene, the bee-loving, true-blue Nevermore friend Wednesday never knew she needed. "Hummers stick together."
Gemini: Enid Sinclair
Social, adventurous and a bit gossipy? Can we think of anyone in the Wednesday series who better fits that description that Enid Sinclair? Wednesday's polar-opposite roommate is a colorful, energetic, Gen Z Nevermore werewolf looking to "wolf out" and get to know her crush, Ajax. The snood-making, pastel-loving blogger is a rainbow of fun in Wednesday's grey world.
"There’s a really good message the show promotes: embrace your weirdness! Be kooky, be who you are. I would love for younger audiences to learn that," actress Emma Myers revealed to Grazia.
Cancer: Morticia Addams
The water sign is all about their love for friends and family, so it makes sense that Cancers would relate well to Morticia—she's trying her hardest to connect with her teen daughter, despite her resistance.
Leo: Yoko Tanaka
Leos are creative, personable and don't mind being the center of attention, and given that Yoko is the embodiment of all these characteristics, we think fire signs will best relate to her! Despite the personable demeanor, it seems even Enid was a bit too much for Yoko to handle as a roomie—just leave that to Wednesday.
Virgo: Principal Weems
Given how orderly, nurturing and organized Principal Weems can be in regards to her beloved Nevermore Academy, she and Virgos go hand-in-hand. No wonder Miss Addams throws her for such a loop!
Libra: Gomez Addams
Libras enjoy luxury, romance and spoiling themselves, so it only makes sense that this member of the zodiac pairs well with Gomez, the flashy, lovey-dovey patriarch of the Addams Clan. (You do see how obsessed he is with Tish, right?!)
Scorpio: Wednesday Addams
Dreamy and creative, Wednesday and Scorpios are good matches. However, when it comes to emotions, our heroine is not one to reveal much—but that doesn't mean she doesn't feel deeply. Just look how hard she tries to end the madness happening in Jericho—she's very caring...even if she wouldn't like to admit it.
"I think the idea that water signs are always emotional is a pretty bold misconception," Renée Watt previously told My Imperfect Life. "Sometimes water signs shut down because they've been berated by too much emotion recently and they need a time out."
Given that Sags are playful, adventurous and kind of spiritual, we can't help but compare them to our right hand, Thing. He's sweet—remember the surprise birthday party he helped orchestrate for Wednesday?—always up for an adventure and is an all-knowing figure Wednesday can rely on for solid advice. We could all use a Thing around.
Practical, responsible, determined are all the embodiment of the Addams' butler, Lurch. Though quiet, he's completely dependable and has yet to leave the clan, regardless of the renditions of the Addams Family we see.
Aquarius: Goody Addams
Aquarius' are always looking to the future and for ways to help others, and this is Goody in a nutshell: she's always trying to warn Wednesday of what's ahead and what needs to be done.
Pisces: Xavier Thorpe
Creative, emotional, loyal—Xavier is an artist who won't quit on his quest to woo Wednesday. Even though she's a tough one to crack—and even though she lands him in a mess of trouble—the loyal friend emerges from the dark times to be right there when Wednesday needs him.
Wednesday is available for streaming on Netflix.
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Before her time at Future, Danielle was the editor of Time Out New York Kids, where she got to experience the best of the city from the point of view of its littlest residents. Before that, she was a news editor at Elite Daily. Her work has also appeared in Domino, Chowhound, and amNewYork, to name a few.
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