Wednesday: Did Tyler like Wednesday?

Wednesday: Did Tyler like Wednesday?

Hunter Doohan, who plays Tyler in Wednesday, has revealed that he feels like Tyler never really liked Wednesday as a girlfriend and was only manipulating her.

Critics and fans of the franchise have all had positive things to say about the cast, crew, and production of the new Wednesday series.

Hunter Doohan, the cast member who plays Wednesday’s complex love interest, on the show, Tyler, has revealed that Tyler never really liked Wednesday in the first season, and he was only using her for his own vengeance.

Is Wednesday any good?

When it was first announced that Tim Burton would be one of the creators of the new Wednesday series on Netflix, fans of The Addams Family franchise knew that the series would have the iconic macabre and gothic style that Burton is known for, and they were excited to see what the rest of the cast, production, and crew would do with the series.

Fortunately, once the first season of the show premiered, it was evident to fans of the franchise and critics that Jenna Ortega was absolutely brilliant in the starring role and that Wednesday’s dead-pan expressions and signature one-liners are arguably one of the best parts of the show.

The series also features brilliant performances by several other well-renowned actors like Catherine Zeta-Jones, Luis Guzmán, Fred Armisen, Gwendoline Christie, and Christina Ricci.

Wednesday: Did Tyler like Wednesday?

Although Wednesday’s call sheet is filled with recognisable names, Hunter Doohan, who plays Tyler Galpin on the show, is a relatively unknown actor.

However, he has managed to make a name for himself in the first season of the show by playing such a complex character.

In the first season of Wednesday, it is clear that Wednesday Addams has a difficult time adjusting to her new life at Nevermore Academy.

However, Tyler becomes one of her most unlikely friends, and later – her boyfriend, after he accidentally aids her during her first attempt to run away from the boarding school when he acts as her lift after she helped him fix his coffee machine.

Even though Wednesday is reluctant to show any emotion, not to mention love, it is plain to see that she likes Tyler almost from the very first moment that they meet.

However, by the end of this first season (spoiler alert), it is revealed that Tyler was actually the Hyde monster that was murdering people in the show.

The show establishes that Hyde monsters may not be entirely aware of their actions and may only kill to obey their masters.

Although Hunter Doohan has explained that he believes that Tyler really was manipulating Wednesday during their romance and that he was so overwhelmed by his own vengeance that he never really liked her in that way and was just using her all along.

Did Hunter know what Tyler’s secret identity would be from the beginning?

Hunter Doohan revealed in an interview in which he discussed the casting process that he was told that Tyler had a dark secret right before his final chemistry read and network test with the executive production team.

However, this was the only information that he was given about the subject at this point.

Then, eventually, once he was cast, he had an hour-long phone call with Al Gough and Miles Millar from the production team during which they laid out the entire narrative for him so that he could start figuring out how he would portray such a troubled and multifaceted character without giving the secret away completely.

Where did Tyler’s murderous side come from?

Although it becomes evident through Wednesday’s investigations into the Hyde monster that no one in Jericho really knows how much of the Hyde monster’s killing is the master’s doing and how much control the monster has over its own actions, it is clear that Tyler has a deep-seated hatred for the town because of what happened to his mother.

This means that although he may not have planned all of the murders, he was definitely vengeful enough to carry them out, whether he was conscious of what he was doing or not.

What will Tyler’s future be on the show?

A second season of Wednesday has not been confirmed yet, but since there are still so many loose ends to tie up, fans are hoping that they will get to see more of Tyler in future seasons if there are any.

This includes a solution for what happens to him while he is at the psychiatric facility, an eventual confrontation between him and Wednesday about his manipulation tactics, and even some insight into what happened to his mother before she passed away.