Who is the Killer on Wednesday? This season’s biggest mystery, Explained

Netflix is very popular on Wednesday thanks to Jenna Ortegas’ performance. But let's discuss the other big stars of the season: Hyde.

Its official: Wednesday is a hit. And given Jenna Ortegas performance, it doesn’t surprise everybody. Yes, there are other talented actors in this series, but let’s face it: Could we tune in the event of Ortega weren’t Wednesday Addams? Whatever it happens, the series doesn’t have a problem without problems, and i won’t pretend that there’s no validity to the backlash (Black television fans are allowed to point out the fuckery).

It is important to scold problematic writing in the past, but I’m not here to talk about that. What I’m here to do is answer your biggest question about the Thursday season finale, the question to whom, if that’s the killer? I recommend you not to travel to this point if you don’t want to be spoiled.

What’s the hypnotic monster going on on Wednesday?


As for the whole season, the monster, like a Hyde, looks yelling but he’s a horrible nuisance. We learn that a Hyde is a type of monster that is usually controlled by a master. Its name is actually an interpretation of the Robert Louis Stevenson music novel Jekyll and Hyde. As for the sinister Hyde in the story, Wednesdays Hyde isn’t aware of the mayhem its causing when in Hyde mode.

Because of her obsessive tendencies regarding all things morbid and strange, Wednesday becomes fixed to the actual facts relating to the killings of her schoolmates and other townspeople. Wednesday kisses Tyler (Hunter Doohan), one of her love interests, and has a vision in which she sees a Hyde standing over the body of Dr. Kinbott. That means that Tyler was the Hyde all the time, but while the Hyde isn’t aware of its actions in the Hyde-form, who was a member of the control? (Michael, don’t sorry. They were no different, and Wednesday should go with Enid)

Who’s the killer this Wednesday?


That would be Mrs. Thornhill (Christina Ricci), whose real name is Laurel Gates. She was the sister of Garrett Gates (Lewis Hayes), a student in Nevermore who had died in suicide by a young Morticia back in the day. The Hyde was part of the luther’s unbehinged quest for revenge. Her ultimate goal was to rebuild her bigoted ancestor, Joseph Crackstone (William Houston), to eliminate the outcasts and nope, that seems it. Unfortunately, to stay a little down through Laurel, Tyler, and the resurrected Joseph Crackstone got a little pity for the finale.

Of course this is Wednesday’s show so it’s all good time. Let’s look at Tyler, but the guy who didn’t get out of the place is taken away.

(original image: Netflix)