Wolf Like Me was one of my favorite shows from Peacock last year. On the surface, the series tells the story of a boy who meets a girl, they fall in love, but it turns out the girl is a werewolf! However, it’s about so much more than that. Throughout season one, we see Gary (Josh Gad) and his daughter, Emma, reconnect and help each other through their grief. A crucial part of that growth is Mary (Isla Fischer). While Mary carries a giant secret of her own, her connection and love for Gary and Emma help her realize she deserves more than a life alone.  

At the end of season one, Mary learns that she is pregnant with Gary’s child, and she unconventionally reveals her secret to Emma. In the end, they all love each other and want to build the family they all deserve.


Personally, I found Wolf Like Me to be even better than the first. In the second season, there is an increase in the number of characters, obstacles, anxieties, and conflicts for Gary and Mary to face. Season 1 of the series set a great foundation that season 2 is able to continue to build from. 

Mary’s pregnancy is at the forefront of the new season which adds to the stress and comedy of the season. Gary and Mary experience the usual anxieties expecting couples are faced with. However, they are intensified to a great extent when the mother-to-be is also a werewolf. How will the full moon affect the birth date, will the child be a human, wolf, or hybrid? Are they making the right decision to bring the unknown into the world?

On top of all this, the couple must deal with the growing worries of their family regarding their secrecy, the potential resurgence of the “Outback incident”, as well as the unexpected arrival of Mary’s former professor, Anton (Edgar Ramirez). 


Isla Fisher shines in this season as she portrays Mary with an empathetic and energetic demeanor. Mary strives to protect Emma and Gary while grappling with a sense of being overwhelmed by the upcoming changes in her life. The challenges of settling down are magnified to an engaging extent, providing Fisher with ample material to navigate through various subplots. 

Seeing Mary’s emotions fluctuate between fear, worry, anger, and her roles as a stepmother and expectant mother continues to make her relatable and sympathetic. Josh Gad continues to skillfully inject humor into his portrayal of a regular guy trying to keep the women in his life content, even when their supernatural circumstances threaten their shared foundation

Season 2 of Wolf Life Me continues to be full of twists and turns, and even some great action sequences. But it’s also a heartwarming story about love, family, and acceptance. If you’re looking for a great show to watch, I highly recommend this series!

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