I actually like this show but I am saying that in pertains to the characters. The actors and actresses I don't have much care for because it's quite obvious that they're all "in on it".
Folks, let's face it: Nobody can make it to the big screen like that without selling out- not to mention we already know what happens in Hollywood. Everytime a movie/show becomes popular I immediately know the actors and actresses have sold out. You simply cannot get to such levels of fame without doing things.
There's a bit of symbolism in the show.
1. The nightshades. If you haven't watched the show, the nightshades are just a few of the high school students that have a private group where they hang out. But it's referred to as "the secret society" and that was Tim Burton who is directing this show hinting of the secret society aka illuminati.
2. Tim Burton. That's self explanatory.
3. The blood scene. The character, Wednesday, pulls a prank at a dance going on where supposedly blood is sprinkling from the ceiling and ruining the party. She then tastes it and says, "Oh. They couldn't even put pigs blood. This is just paint," and walks away, irritated. Of course, this is a display that celebrities do blood baths and rituals which includes the consumption of blood hence the character tasting it- another subtle hint.
4. The dance. Wednesday is supposed to be an odd gothic character, so the way she was dancing was her unapologetically expressing herself- but PERSONALLY, that seemed to subtly suggest possession.
5. During that blood shower scene, two of the actors actually take a picture covered in the red paint (behind the scenes) The ones who play the characters Xavier and Tyler. Of course they post that to Instagram to show the higher ups that they're in on it.
6. The actresses who play Wednesday and Enid sometimes display weird gay moments behind the scenes that the fans love to capture. You could easily look that up on YouTube.
7. Tim Burto- oh yeah, already said that.
Overall, I enjoy this series very much but I absolutely hate that the majority of entertainment is established by people who worship evil spirits. Sometimes I willingly put myself in denial. Because it's hard to enjoy anything when you know the ones behind what you're enjoying are on the wrong side.