On Thursday, Jenna Ortega addressed Gen Z stereotypes during her latest appearance on the hit show.
Ortega rises to fame overnight after breakout performance in hit Netflix series Wednesdayspeaking out against the stereotypes about teens that bothered her.
The 20-year-old former Disney Channel star was asked if there were Gen Z stereotypes or stereotypes about teens in the script.
Not surprisingly, Ortega was quick to point out some misconceptions about high school students. “It’s always the teens who are grumpy, teens with a bad mouth, or a lot of times not smart, and I don’t think that’s true,” she said.
this Scream VI The actress notes that teens are often described as “not smart,” which doesn’t reflect her generation because “they have access to so much on the Internet.”
Ortega insisted: “I hope they get more credit. Sometimes we can be smart!”
later, you The actress elaborated on why she calls the horror show her “second home”, joking in a past interview that she has a face that “people always want to throw blood on” s things.
Ortega starrer Wednesday has been renewed for a second season, Netflix confirmed.