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Luis Guzmán To Cast In The Upcoming Netflix Series “Wednesday”!

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Netflix announced Luis Guzmán to be cast in the upcoming series “Wednesday.” Luis will play a character named Matias, who is a drug lord. Luis has been known for his roles as Benny in Scarface and Ray Zancada on Weeds. This new role will mark Luis’ first major television role since the 1986 TV show Miami Vice, where he was Don Johnson’s partner Sonny Crockett.

About the Netflix Series “Wednesday”

The plot of this Netflix hit focuses around two women that are living their lives running from an unknown assassin hired to kill them because they know too much about one of Mexico’s most powerful families. One woman (Laura) is released from prison and immediately goes into hiding while also struggling with her relationship with her now-retired journalism professor father. The other woman (Wednesday) is the daughter of a former Mexican president, and she’s been living in New York City, waiting for her turn to be killed by Luis Guzmán for unknown reasons.

Netflix’s “Wednesday” Release Date Speculations

The anticipated Netflix series “Wednesday” has Luis Guzmán in the cast. The rumor mill is already churning speculations about when this new show will be released to audiences across the world, with much speculation that it may come out on Wednesday, October 11th. Luis Guzmán’s role is as of yet unknown, and he can only hope for a juicy character like his well-received portrayal of Gilberto García Menéndez in Narcos!

Luis Guzmán Official Statements about being cast in “Wednesday.”

The actor said, “Netflix has an amazing track record of getting audiences around the world hooked on their programming. This series promises to be a winner; that will keep viewers coming back for more.” Luis is not only looking forward to appearing on Wednesday. But he’s also excited about being able to interact with fans; across the country and internationally; through Netflix!

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“Wednesday” Storyline and Plot Summary

The show follows “Angel” (Luis), a 23-year-old Honduran immigrant; who works three jobs just to send money back home; to his family: cooking breakfast burritos at night, cutting hair during the day, and working construction; all week long. Struggling against institutional injustice, Angel’s only ally is his fifteen-year-old sister, Luisita.

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This new series will feature Luis Guzmán as Angel, who has been working three jobs just to send money back; home to his family: cooking breakfast burritos at night, cutting hair during the day, and working construction all week long. Struggling against institutional injustice, Angel’s only ally is his 15-year-old sister; Luisita (played by actress Izamar González). With a release set for October 11th in Spanish with English subtitles; on Netflix worldwide,” Wednesday” offers a glimpse into the current social crisis in Latin America through one compelling story.

The Cast and Crew of “Wednesday”

  • Jenna Ortega – Actor (Probably playing Wednesday Addams)
  • Luis Guzmán – Actor
  • Al Gough  – Creator
  • Miles Millar – Creator
  • Tim Burton – Director
  • Kayla Alpert -Writer & Producer
  • Kevin Miserocchi – Producer

Will “Wednesday” be a worth-watching series?

The story of Luis Guzman’s character Luisito is compelling and I am eager to see how the remaining episodes unfold. The Cast includes an all-star lineup, including actors Jenna Ortega (playing Wednesday Addams) and Luis Guzmán as well as director Tim Burton from “Edward Scissorhands” fame. With a release set for October 11th in Spanish with English subtitles on Netflix worldwide,” Wednesday” offers a glimpse into the current social crisis in Latin America through one compelling story.”

Is the “Wednesday” Series related to “The Adams Family”?

The Addams Family is a fictional family of gothic American cartoons from the 1960s created by cartoonist Charles Addams. The show was so popular that it lasted for six seasons on ABC television with 64 episodes, and has since spawned direct-to-video movies as well as two remakes.

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