Larissa Weems, Gwendoline Christie's Nevermore Principal, on Wednesday

Larissa Weems, Gwendoline Christie's Nevermore Principal, on Wednesday

Miles Millar, Al Gough, and Jenna Ortega (Wednesday Addams), Luis Guzman, and Isaac Ordonez (Pugsley)-starring in "The Addams Family," are getting a fresh set of preview shots for the HBO series (most likely November-December?) and it''s also worth it to see and see the students'' faces up-close-and-personal as we learn about the academy''s history and interesting alumni.

And just so you know? The following admissions video for Nevermore Academy has a website active if you''re interested in enrolling (check it out here). And even if you''re not interested in enrolling, it''s a great place to get information about the new faces that are about to alter Wednesday''s world in a few ways:

Ortega and Burton dive deep into what makes Wednesday tick, and how the mysteries of Nevermore Academy might just be the things she needs to learn more about herself:

Here''s a look at Netflix''s previously-released official teaser :

Wednesday Addams'' years as a student at Nevermore Academy are echoed in the series. Wednesday''s attempts to master her advanced psychic ability, thwart a monstrous killing spree that ravaged the local area, and solve the supernatural mystery she had uncovered 25 years ago.

Gwendoline Christie (), Christina Ricci (), Riki Lindhome (), Hunter Doohan (), Georgie Farmer (), Moosa Mostafa (), Naomi J. Ogawa (), Joy Sunday (), and Percy Hynes White will also play roles in the cast. Andrew Mittman, a well-known composer, singer, and songwriter, will compose the score and compose the theme for the series.

During the duo''s thorough interview with : Millar and Gough, fans offered some extra intel on the spinoff series "The Addams Family." (for example, Burton is directing four of the series'' eight episodes).

Gomez wanted to have that "addams look" at Burton:

"He [Burton] wanted the silhouette to look more like Charles Addams cartoons, which is Gomez shorter than Morticia, than the kind of suave Raul Julia version in the movies."- Gough

"He''s [Guzman''s Gomez] is also incredibly debonair and romantic, and I think he has all of the classic ingredients of the Gomez that has already been identified, but he brings something even more unique and new." Millar

Millar, Gough, and Burton said that the Netflix series would be on their own because they believed it was a remake or a reboot. It''s a story that lives within the Venn diagram of what happened before, but it''s its own thing. It''s not attempting to be the films or the ''60s TV show. That was very important to us and very important to Tim." Millar

"He was interested in where it was going, and the mystery of the program." Gough said on Wednesday, "He really liked that you had plenty of time to be with Wednesday and explore the character, and you didn''t have to do it in an hour and 45 minutes."

Expect the Wednesday/Morticia Dynamic to Be Examined: "It''s really Wednesday''s relationship with Morticia. How do you get out of the shadow of a mother as stunning as Morticia?" Gough

"Wednesday"''s "Kryptonite" Gough: "Wednesday" isn''t afraid of sharks, creepy crawlies, or anything, but she''s afraid of emotion. Wednesday''s outrageous affection drives her crazy."

So Bullies Who Have To Torture Pugsley On Wednesday? You''ve Been Warned: "She''s allowed to torture him until the end of his campaign, but she has the right to do what she wants. She''s very protective of him in a very Wednesday way."

What''s the difference between Uncle Fester and Uncle Fester? "We have no comment on him. Watch the show," Gough (not revealing where he is or who will portray the popular character).

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