On January 26 — the same day that Teen Wolf: The Movie — Jeff Davis (Teen Wolf), who also wrote and executive produced Wolf Pack, will make it accessible to Paramount+ members. The information was released on Friday at the panel for the show at New York Comic Con.
According to the official logline, Wolf Pack, which is based on the book series by Edo Van Belkom, “follows a teenage boy and girl whose lives are irrevocably transformed when a California wildfire wakes a deadly supernatural beast.”
The teenagers, who were injured in the turmoil of the assault, are strangely attracted to one another and to two other people who have been adopted sixteen years ago by a park ranger during a mysterious wildfire. The four teenagers gather together when the full moon approaches to discover their shared secret: a werewolf’s bite and blood.
Scott McCall and the remainder of his supernatural buddies haven’t seen on screen in a while, but in the next movie Teen Wolf: The Movie, which will be released in January 2023, we’ll be able to see both of them plus a tonne of other fascinating characters.
The developer of the 2011 MTV series, Jeff Davis, is behind the next series Wolf Pack, which will also be coming to you soon. With the facts we currently have, it seems like this series will deliver a punch, much like its forerunner.
Wolf Pack Cast
The specific members of the cast of the program are yet unknown to us. However, according to the rumors, the series’ probable cast is as follows.
- Sarah Kristin Ramsey is played by Michelle Gellar.
- Garrett Briggs is played by Rodrigo Santoro.
- As Everett Lang, Armani Jackson
- Navarro is played by Bella Shepard.
- Luna Briggs is played by Chloe Rose Robertson.
- Tyler As Harlan Briggs
- John Patrick Jordan as Officer Trent Miller
- Nevada Jose as Danny Navarro,
- Bailey Stender
- Toby Liefeld
- Joon Hollie Bahar Hollie
- Mangini Rio
- Smith, Stella Zack Nelson
- Collins Martinez
- Bria Brimmer Amy Pietz
- Adams, John L.
- Patrick Sean Glasgow
In Wolf Pack, Sarah Michelle Gellar (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) plays Kristin Ramsey, an arson investigator who is “brought in by officials to capture the teenage arsonist who began a massive wildfire that could have also did lead to the reawakening of a supernatural predator terrorizing Los Angeles.” Kristin Ramsey is described as a “widely respected specialist in her field and no stranger to personal loss, brought in by officials to catch the teenage arsonist.”
In the role of Garrett Briggs, a Los Angeles park ranger “committed to defending the ecosystem, and adoptive father to the exceptional children,” Rodrigo Santoro (Lost) will also be a well-known face. Although he has high morals, he also has dark secrets and harbors tremendous mistrust, particularly of anybody who raises questions about his link to the children who were discovered in the inferno years earlier.
What viewers might anticipate from the upcoming series was alluded to in the teaser that was shown at New York Comic Con. Two teenagers in California were bitten by an odd monster and turned into werewolves as a consequence of a forest fire. As their lives alter irrevocably, they combine two other teenagers who had been wolves for some time.
It is clearer from the book summary who may be caring for the young werewolves and what might transpire in the new series:
In the first of the four books, there is enough material for the authors of the program to draw on. People go disappearing, a logging firm poses a threat to the adolescent wolves’ habitat, and the ongoing danger of exposure hangs over everything the kids experience as the narrative progresses.
The fact that the initial book is categorized as a horror novel may give readers a hint as to what to anticipate from the series. Since they are children in the first novel, the characters are becoming older in the television series. There may be a mingling of plotlines from the initial two novels in the first season of the television program since the second novel, Lone Wolf, portrays the wolves as teenagers.
Wolf Pack, which is based on the Edo Van Belkom book series, depicts a teenage boy and girl whose existence is irrevocably altered when a California wildfire unleashes a fearsome supernatural being that causes it to assault a jammed-up roadway under the blazing hills.
The boy and girl, who were both injured in the commotion, are attracted to one another and to two more youngsters who were taken in by a park ranger sixteen years previously following a mystery wildfire. The four teenagers gather when the full moon rises to discover the mystery that unites them: the bit & blood of a werewolf.
According to a press release from Paramount+, the drama will center on “a teenage boy and girl whose lives are transformed forever when a California wildfire wakes a horrific otherworldly entity and propels it to assault a highway traffic jam under the blazing hills.” The series is based on Edo van Belkom’s book the same name series.
The blurb added, “Wounded in the mayhem, the boy and girl have mysteriously attracted to each other as well as two other youngsters who were adopted by a park ranger 16 years previously after another unexplained wildfire. The four teenagers gather together to discover the secret that unites them: the bite and blood of a werewolf, as the full moon rises.
When will Jeff Davis’ Wolf Pack be available?
Fans are eagerly anticipating every TV program and movie that has been revealed for this year as a result of some unexpected projects that Comic-Con is presenting this year. With the fantastic spin-off show and the feature picture, the venerable Teen Wolf brand is primed to make a comeback on television.
The new supernatural drama series Wolf Pack, which is based on the Edo Van Belkom book series, garnered positive feedback from the audience during the Comic-Con panel.
The movie has set January 26th, 2023, as the launch date for the Paramount+ television program. On January 27, the television show will be streamable in Canada, the US, and Australia.
Trailer for Wolf Pack
Additionally, during the New York Comic Con, the network just revealed a sneak peek of the next series, and the fans are anxiously anticipating what’s in store for them!
Wolf Pack Release Date
The program will debut on January 26, 2023, on Paramount+.
Due to the manner in which the Teen Wolf television series has been promoted, Wolf Pack was once assumed to exist inside the Teen Wolf world. In the first announcement, it was said that both the show and Teen Wolf: The Movie will continue. A significant cast addition was revealed throughout a Teen Wolf comic-con panel. It is reasonable to assume that Wolf Pack is related to the renowned werewolf series.
The two wolf series, according to Davis, are not based in the same world. The showrunner adds the hashtag “#itsnotaspinoff” to Gellar’s Instagram picture showcasing her role. The program is set in a separate world and is a totally different show, the authorized Wolf Pack Instagram post retorted in the comments area.