The first season of Peacock’s Wolf Like Me was one of my favorite shows of the year, I enjoy horror films/series, as well as great rom-coms. This series combines the two genres perfectly! So, get ready! Season 2 of the series will hit the streaming platform on October 19, 2023!
So, coming into the second season Mary (Isla Fisher) and Gary (Josh Gad) are now a couple and are expecting a child! However, they are faced with many challenges, including whether their child will be a baby or a wolf pup. They also have to keep their pregnancy a secret from their family and friends.
In addition, Mary’s former professor, Anton, suddenly reappears in her life, and Mary and Gary are forced to confront secrets from Mary’s past. All of these challenges threaten to tear Mary and Gary apart, but they must learn to work together if they want to have a happy future together.
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MORE ABOUT THE SERIES
When season one of Wolf Like Me concluded, there were countless directions the story and characters could take. I recognized that if we were going to continue, it needed to be just as daring for me as it was for my characters. Mary and Gary’s universe is expanding and is rife with a wealth of new characters, interactions and threats…
In this new world, Isla’s portrayal of Mary continued to surprise me with her heartbreaking vulnerability. She’s operating at another level this season and it continues to be a privilege to push her further and further into what she does best. And Josh always impresses me with how he can register ridiculousness in a way that lets the audience into how crazy everything is, without breaking the tension and letting it fall apart. This season, humour plays an even larger role as we explore the inherent absurdity that ensues when their secrets spill into the open.
Season one was a testament to the mysterious forces of the universe bringing Mary, Gary and Emma together. As we delve into season two, we ask a new question: Is the universe now conspiring to pull them apart?
It’s safe to say thatNOTE FROM ABE FORSYTHE, SERIES CREATOR, WRITER, DIRECTOR, EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
So, make sure to check out season 2 of the Peacock Original series, Wolf Like Me, this October!