Catherine Zeta-Jones is now receiving questions about the future of “Wednesday” on Netflix.

Speaking to E! News, the 53-year-old actress, who has taken on the role of Morticia Addams in the material, revealed what she and the rest of the cast know about the second season of the show. It comes as the series has obtained massive success and popularity since its premiere last month.

The publication noted that Zeta-Jones appeared to have remained tight-lipped when asked about the show’s future. As it happened, she stated they “have no idea” whether there would be a new season.

Netflix has yet to announce the status of the show’s renewal on its platform. But, many have reportedly already anticipated that Catherine Zeta-Jones and the rest of the main cast will return to reprise their roles for new installments of “Wednesday.”

Forbes noted that the latest feats of “Wednesday” lead to an obvious conclusion about its future on Netflix. As asserted, the series is likely to return for a new season, adding that the real question lies in whether it will have a one or two-season renewal at a time.

The publication pointed out that “Wednesday” broke the platform’s most-viewed English-language show in a week. As noted, it was viewed for more than 341.23 million hours, surpassing “Stranger Things” Season 4 with its 335 million hours.

The eight-episode pilot run of the series also reportedly hit the Netflix metric of international appeal, sharing the record with “Stranger Things.” Citing Netflix’s report, the outlet stated that the show reached number 1 in 83 countries simultaneously, adding that 50 million households in total have watched the series this past week.

Us Weekly, meanwhile, discusses in a report the details of the potential Season 2 of “Wednesday.” It stated that many expect the rest of the Addams Family members, characters played by Catherine-Zeta Jones (Morticia), Luis Guzmán (Gomez), Isaac Ordonez (Pugsley), and Fred Armisen (Uncle Fester), to have bigger roles in the future.

The publication continues in the report, published earlier in December, that Thing, played by Victor Dorobantu, will also likely return after becoming a fan-favorite character.

As for the dynamic of the lead star of “Wednesday” in the future, Jenna Ortega, who plays the titular role, is said to have revealed that she “kind of want” the character “to be darker” for Season 2.

Citing her recent exchange with Entertainment Tonight, the outlet notes that the actress wants Wednesday “to get more in the nitty-gritty of things and not play things so safe, because there are a lot of lines about her saving the school and doing whatever, but for me, her main drive with the monster is of a competitiveness. Kind of, 'Man, how's this guy doing this?’"