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Wednesday's Child is the sixth episode of Season Three of Salem, and the thirty-second episode of the series overall. It premiered December 14, 2016 on WGN America.

Synopsys[edit | edit source]

The Boy declares that on Black Sunday, hell will overtake Salem. Only those in the mansion will survive, and Mary is to be his bride in the new world. Tensions between the Boy and the Sentinel grow. Tituba uses her magic to bring Alden and Mary together. Mercy demands Hathorne rid Salem of Isaac. Meanwhile, Anne takes Gloriana in and performs black magic to take Gloriana’s child for herself. [1]

Episode Overview[edit | edit source]

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Cast[edit | edit source]

Main Cast[edit | edit source]

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Guest Cast[edit | edit source]

Co-Starring[edit | edit source]

  • Clint James as Bird Dick Man
  • Veronica Husinger-Loe as Refugee
  • James Ricker as Nervous Militia Man
  • Matthew Rimmer as Merchant
  • Emma Wynn as Dorcas
  • Flo Young as Upset Woman


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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Wednesday refers to the day of the week events taking place. Moreover, it is a clear reference to the eerie nursery rhyme, the "Poetry of the Devil."

Cultural References[edit | edit source]

  • The Poetry of the Devil appears to be a rehash of "Solomon Gundry," an eerie English nursery rhyme mentioning the days of the week.

International Titles[edit | edit source]

  • French: L'Enfant du Mercredi (The Wednesday's Child)
  • German: Das Kind der Anderen (The Child of Others)
  • Italian: Il Bambino del Mercoledì (The Wednesday's Child)

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