The new mystery for Tim Burton's Netflix series likewise offers a first look at Catherine Zeta-Jones and Luis Guzman as Morticia and Gomez Addam

Snap your fingers, and do your oxford-clad step: a genuine full trailer for Tim Burton's new Netflix series Wednesday has shown up. 

Close by a lot of new plot subtleties to chomp into, the secret likewise shares looks at Catherine Zeta-Jones and Luis Guzman as Morticia and Gomez Addams, and Gwendolyn Christie as one of Wednesday's all inclusive school teachers.

At fair "Nancy Reagan High School" where we set our scene, Wednesday (Scream's Jenna Ortega) works as a glaring difference to the remainder of her neon-hiked and jean-shorted cohorts, down to her perfect desire for calfskin footwear.

A voiceover uncovers this is nowhere near Wednesday's debut "first day of classes:" she's gone through eight schools in five years.

Before long, a likely justification behind the turnover shows up, as Wednesday quietly and morosely drops in on a kid's water polo training brimming with lashing white teenagers who address her as a "freak" and (evidently) menace her sibling.

"The main individual who will torment my sibling is me," Wednesday deadpans to the group, prior to releasing two plastic packs of piranhas into their training pool.

One of the savage fish neatly maims Dalton, a similar water-polo player who said "Hello, freak," when she strolled in.

In spite of the fact that Wednesday's response to Dalton's physical issue is the slyest of fulfilled grins, Nancy Reagan High School's response is ejection — couldn't Wednesday have quite recently expressed no to the entire thing?

In the cinders of her state funded school training, notwithstanding, Morticia (Zeta-Jones) and Gomez (Guzman) Addams see an open door.