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‘Wolf Like Me’ Season 2’s First-Look Pictures Tease A Wild Return

Have you ever ever tried to determine what to observe and simply felt form of blah about your choices? Like, each present form of appears the identical (or like another present) at this level? Effectively, excellent news: Wolf Like Me, one of the unique exhibits on TV, returns subsequent month. Plus, Peacock simply dropped a slew of Season 2 first-look pictures teasing an excellent wilder season than the final — in the event you can consider it.

Starring Isla Fisher and Josh Gad as Mary and Gary, this genre-bending romantic dramedy nearly flew beneath the radar when it made its debut again in January 2022. However with a premise as quirky and novel as this one, it didn’t take lengthy for Wolf Like Me to discover a sturdy fan base (current firm included). The sequence has some fairly spectacular pedigree, in any case — along with the sensible pairing of Fisher and Gad, it’s govt produced by the group who introduced us Massive Little Lies and 9 Good Strangers and directed by Abe Forsythe (Little Monsters).

So, prepared to find what’s in retailer for single dad Gary, his 11-year-old daughter Emma, and reclusive recommendation columnist Mary? Right here’s every little thing we all know to date.

When does Wolf Like Me Season 2 premiere?

Season 2 will include seven, 30-minute episodes, all of which drop on Thursday, Oct. 19, 2023.

Who’s in Wolf Like Me Season 2?

  • Fisher as Mary
  • Gad as Gary
  • Ariel Donoghue as Emma
  • Emma Lung as Sarah, Gary’s sister-in-law
  • Anthony Taufa as Ray, Sarah’s companion
  • Alan Dukes as Trevor, Emma’s psychiatrist
  • Edgar Ramírez as Professor Anton
  • Honour Latukefu as Olivia

What’s Season 2 about? [Warning: Spoilers ahead!]

In Season 1, we noticed Gary, a single dad dwelling in Australia together with his daughter Emma, who’s nonetheless processing the trauma of her mom’s dying seven years earlier. After an opportunity assembly with Mary, the 2 appear drawn to one another, regardless of Mary’s finest efforts to remain away. Mary even appears to develop a fast rapport with Emma, one thing Gary himself struggles with. Nonetheless, she doesn’t wish to become involved with the dad-and-daughter duo. Why? Because it seems — and right here’s the kicker — Mary’s a *werewolf.*

However, as followers now know, Mary revealed her complicated baggage to Gary and, one way or the other, they managed to stay collectively. And within the second season, issues are all however assured to get much more difficult: Mary is pregnant.

“As a lot as they attempt to have a ‘regular’ being pregnant, it appears unimaginable with so many questions looming over them. Will their youngster be a child or a wolf pup? Simply how lengthy can they maintain issues secret from the remainder of their household?” teases the official Season 2 description. Mary and Gary’s relationship faces much more hurdles when Mary’s former professor Anton (Édgar Ramírez) immediately reappears in her life, bringing with him new secrets and techniques from Mary’s previous.

All of the whereas, the present explores parenthood and the common nervousness that comes with having a child… an nervousness that’s absolutely intensified when Mother’s a werewolf.

“When Season 1 of Wolf Like Me concluded, there have been numerous instructions the story and characters might take. I acknowledged that if we had been going to proceed, it wanted to be simply as daring for me because it was for my characters. Mary and Gary’s universe is increasing and is rife with a wealth of latest characters, interactions, and threats … This season, humor performs an excellent bigger function as we discover the inherent absurdity that ensues when their secrets and techniques spill into the open,” mentioned [Director] Forsythe, as reported by Selection. “It’s secure to say that with this new season of Wolf Like Me, you’ll be able to really count on the surprising.

Is there a Season 2 trailer?

No trailer but, however Peacock did launch first-look pictures — they usually look wild as hell. See for your self:

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