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7 Shows Like ‘Wednesday’ if You Love the Netflix Series – Decider


Stream It or Skip It: ‘A Fabled Holiday’ on Hallmark Is the Closest We’ll Get to a Stephen King Christmas Romance
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Holiday Harmony’ on HBO Max, a Bland Christmas Romance Singing a Flat, Familiar Tune
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Your Christmas or Mine?’ on Amazon Prime Video, a Holiday Rom-Com That’s Less Annoying Than Others of its Ilk
Stream It or Skip It: ‘Scrooge: A Christmas Carol’ on Netflix Casts Luke Evans as the Voice of the OG Grinch
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Jeff Dunham: Me The People’ On Comedy Central, The Ventriloquist Has Found His People, And It’s Making Lefties Nervous
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Triangle of Sadness’ on Streaming, Ruben Ostlund’s Skewering of the Moneyed Elite
Woman Crush Wednesday: Auli’i Cravalho Goes Above and to the Great Beyond in ‘Darby and the Dead’
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Romesh Ranganathan: The Cynic’ On Netflix, The British Comedian Gets More Realistic About His Relationships
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Firefly Lane’ Season 2 on Netflix, In Which We Are Still Desperate To Know Why Kate And Tully Are Fighting
Katherine Heigl Didn’t Know What an Intimacy Coordinator Was Before ‘Firefly Lane’
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Branson’ On HBO, An Informative But Mostly Uncritical Docuseries On Richard Branson’s Life
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Sr.’ on Netflix, an Intimate Documentary About Robert Downey Jr.’s Relationship With His Father
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7-Year-Old Robert Downey Jr. Acts In A Scene With His Mother in Adorable Clip From Netflix’s ‘Sr.’
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Love, Lizzo’ on HBO Max, A Statement On The Artist’s Past, Present, And Pro-Twerking Future
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘A Christmas Mystery’ on HBO Max, A Yuletide Mystery That’s Fun For The Whole Family
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Slumberland’ on Netflix, a Loose ‘Little Nemo’ Adaptation Starring Jason Momoa
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Disenchanted’ on Disney+, the ‘Enchanted’ Sequel That Brings Back Amy Adams for More of the Same
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‘Wednesday’ Sets New Netflix Record for Most Hours Viewed In A Week, Beating ‘Stranger Things 4’
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It appears Wednesday is everlasting. Since its November 2022 release on Netflix, Tim Burton’s Wednesday has been a hit, even inspiring a TikTok dance trend. It’s perfect binge-worthy TV, but it may leave you wondering what to watch today (which happens to be Wednesday) if you’ve just finished the show. And luckily for you, we’ve got seven shows below that will do the trick. From sassy teenage outcasts to monsters to even vintage television, there’s a lot to watch just like Wednesday. Read on below to find your new favorite.
For another eerie heroine and Halloween queen, look no further than Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, about the teenage girl and half-witch based on the comic book character and former sitcom Sabrina The Teenage Witch. Like Wednesday, she also has some tricks up her sleeve and there is also a love triangle that only proves that the spookiest of girls continue to be the most alluring teenagers.
Stream Chilling Adventures of Sabrina on Netflix
If you liked Wednesday for the smart social outcast and empowered teen girl herself, you might find yourself wanting to watch another. Look no further than MTV’s Daria, who might just fill the void with her sassy social commentary and hilariously bizarre family. For all the social outcasts and angry teenage girls, this one’s for you.
Stream Daria on Paramount +
If you want more shows about powerful and smart teenage girls, look no further than Sydney Novak on I Am Not Okay With This, based on the graphic novel of the same name. On the outside, she might seem normal but she harbors some deep secrets, including that she might have telekinetic powers. It’s another story about fitting in but more so about growing up and feeling misunderstood. Sadly, there’s only one season of this incredible show, but it still deserves your attention.
Stream I Am Not Okay With This on Netflix
Liked Nevermore academy, where the outcasts are monsters? Find yourself a new school with Monster High, where different, well-known monsters go to school (Frankie Stein, Draculara, etc.). The monsters are outcasts but also very punny and it’s worth it for the interesting fashion sense each monster has.
Stream Monster High (2022) on FuboTV
For a semi-scary show filled with mystery that is all about fitting in, Ryan Murphy’s Scream Queens will do just the trick. Featuring Nick Jonas, Lea Michelle, Keke Palmer, and of course, Jamie Lee Curtis, the daughter of scream queen Janet Leigh, Scream Queens is hilarious while also definitely filled with screams. It’s also not super scary though blood is definitely in there.
Stream Scream Queens on Hulu
“They’re creepy and they’re kooky, mysterious and spooky…” If you want to learn more about the bizarre family that is the Addams, look no further than the original TV show. Filled with comedy, laughs, and of course, Wednesday, it’s definitely an interesting watch, especially if you want to compare their original depiction to Wednesday today.
Stream The Addams Family on TubiTV
If you liked Wednesday’s attempt to run away, along with her romantic side plots, you’ll love this show about outcast teenagers trying to do the same. In The End of the F***ing World also based on a graphic novel, two teenagers run away: Alyssa, who hates the town, and James, who plans to kill her. Naturally this plan doesn’t work out exactly as they wanted, but it’s the adventure that makes it worth the watch, along with the development that takes place along the way.
Stream The End of the F***ing World on Netflix
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