Peacock announced Tuesday that Wolf Like Me will return for a sophomore season. This isn’t a case of us crying wolf! Both Isla Fisher (Godmothered) and Josh Gad (Frozen) have been cast in the second season to reprise their roles. Abe Forsythe is the writer/director/executive producer of the genre-bending romantic/horror film (Little Monsters).
“In a statement, Susan Rovner, Chairman, Entertainment Content, NBCUniversal Television, and Streaming, stated, “We are overjoyed that Wolf Like Me’s unique and high-stakes love tale resonated so powerfully with Peacock fans.” “We can’t wait to see what Abe Forsythe and our colleagues at Made Up Stories and Endeavor Content have in store for Season 2 after Josh and Isla’s critically lauded performances in this beloved romantic dramedy.”
“I’m ecstatic to be able to carry Mary and Gary’s tale forward into the next stage of their relationship, especially given the stakes,” Forsythe said. “Knowing that their narrative has a dedicated audience is a dream come true for us.” Our team is already having a great time expanding on what we started with season one, and I can’t wait for everyone to see what we’ve come up with.”
Will Wolf Like Me Get a Season 2?
Has there been any mention of a second season of the comedy series? So far, there’s no word on whether the show will be renewed, so we’ll have to imagine how adorable Mary’s kid would have been if the show had gotten a second season. Because the first season was only launched a month ago on Peacock, it will be too early to tell if the season will be renewed, given that the show has yet to gain a large viewership.
In April 2022, Peacock announced that the show had been renewed for a second season. Although IMDB’s rating of 7.4/10 appears encouraging, we should not get ahead of ourselves and wait for the official network’s green light. Season 2 could arrive on May 26, 2023.
What Can We Expect from The Second Season of Wolf Like Me?
Season 1 ended on a cliffhanger, but it was a satisfying one. Gary seemed fine with Isla Fisher’s acceptance of her werewolf nature. Gary and Maty are expected to welcome a new member of their family in the second season of the show. Despite her desire for an abortion, Mary must learn to care for her child despite her bloodlust.
The fact that Mary is a werewolf remains a mystery to both families, and season two may see them reveal Mary’s true identity to one of them. Mary’s reunification with her family, which she cut off before leaving for Australia, could be explored in Season 2.
Who Will Be in The Wolf Like Me Season 2 Cast?
We expect the different pair who oddly complement each other to come returning if Wolf Like Me returns for a second season. Mary, Gary’s Wife, will be played by Isla Fisher, who is most known for her performance as Reed in Home Alone (Josh Gad). Emma, Gary’s child from a previous marriage, will be played by Ariel Donoghue. Emma Lung and Anthony Taufa are two other possible cast members.
Now that Emma has established her identity and is expecting a baby, there’s a chance we’ll see additional cast members in the second season.
What Happened at The Conclusion of Season One of Wolf Like Me?
Gary, Mary, and Emma went camping in the season finale because they intended to tell Emma about Mary’s werewolf status. Adults are worried about the coming full moon. Why did you guys even take the chance, I mean honestly? If you ask me, that was plain reckless.
Mary, on the other hand, heralds Emma’s upcoming role as a big sister. Of course, the little family’s automobile breaks down as they prepare to leave before Mary’s change. To avoid harming her family, Mary flees into the woods. A bunch of bandits arrives to find Gary and Emma stuck. Mary comes to their aid as a werewolf and mauls the bandits. Gary has to explain everything to Emma, which is a pain in the neck. Everything seems to go well for the little child, and when Mary returns in the morning, everything is good.
The six-part documentary series was produced by Jodi Matterson, Bruna Papandrea, and Steve Hutensky. All six episodes were directed by Abe Forsythe, who also authored the script. In April 2021, the series’ actors Isla Fisher and Josh Gad were announced. In December, it was confirmed that Ariel Donoghue, Emma Lung, and Anthony Taufa will be recurring cast members, with Jake Ryan, Robyn Nevin, and Nash Edgerton serving as guest stars. The series was shot in Sydney’s Inner West, as well as Western Sydney and rural NSW, in the neighborhoods of Forest Lodge, Glebe, Ashfield, and Ashbury.
When Can We Watch the Second Season of Wolf Like Me?
Because there isn’t currently a trailer for the second season, you’ll have to watch and relive the events of the first. The Originals is still one of the best werewolf series on TV.
The Vampire Diaries and Legacies are equally outstanding and deserving of your money, time, and attention.