“wednesday” Love Triangle Plot Critic Jenna Ortega: “i’ve Always Been Against It”.
On Wednesday, Jenna Ortega stated that she has “always been against” the storyline involving the love triangle.
Both the barista Tyler (Hunter Doohan) and the artist Xavier (Percy Hines White) in the Netflix series are vying for the position of Wednesday Addams (Ortega) at Nevermore Academy.
In an interview with Etalk, Ortega discussed the dynamics of the situation, stating that she had confronted the writers about the notion, who afterwards reassured her that it would not be a classic love triangle.
Ortega provided an explanation by saying, “As for the lads, I had to put up with it.” To tell you the truth, I’m going to put up a lot of resistance to this love triangle just because it’s my defence. My guess is that Wednesday will never find herself in the middle of a love triangle.
“I brought it up in conversation with the writers, and they assured me not to be concerned since it won’t occur.”
In a subsequent interview with MTV News, Ortega elaborated on the plot of the show’s rumoured second season by stating, “I’ve always been against the idea of a love triangle.” I have the impression that she is done talking to the boys for the time being now that Tyler has left the table. It seems as though she and Xavier have just arrived at a secure location. My impression is that there is potential for a genuinely wonderful and amicable platonic relationship.
“Because I don’t think it’s depicted frequently enough, men and women have a safe platonic relationship that doesn’t turn sexual, but just a real relationship that’s almost like a relationship with kindred spirits. I believe that witnessing it would be an amazing opportunity.”
After Wednesday and her roommate Enid Sinclair (Emma Myers) had an embrace in the most recent episode, Ortega recently expressed her approval of the possibility of a romantic relationship between the two of them. “In a perfect world, Wednesday and Enid would be something wonderful,” she remarked. “But we don’t live in a perfect world.”
NME gave the show a rating of four stars and noted in their review, “Wednesday closes with a rare spin-off success story.” It is eerie, strange, mysterious, and spooky all at the same time, and it is a real delight.”