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Wolf Like Me: Season 2 Confirmed, Release Date, and Cast

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Wolf Like Me: Season 2 Confirmed, Release Date, and Cast

Based in Adelaide and shot in western Sydney, Wolf Like Me is a Stan Original series that premiered earlier this year.

It follows a long list of other noteworthy TV and movies that have been made, produced and loved by Australians. 

The dark, romantic-thriller follows the story of Mary (Isla Fisher) who, after a car crash, is thrown into the lives of Gary (Josh Gad) and his daughter. With one big twist. 

The six episodes from Season 1 left fans with as many questions as it answered, with many wondering whether we'll get another instalment.

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Credit: Stan/Peacock
Credit: Stan/Peacock

Will there be a Season Two of Wolf Like Me?

Season One premiered on January 13 earlier this year on streaming services Stan and Peacock.

Shortly after its release, it was confirmed that a second season was in the early stages of development.

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Series creator and fellow Aussie, Abe Forsythe, exclaimed he was 'thrilled to be able to continue Mary and Gary’s story into the next phase of their relationship'.

Notably, the series creator also exclaimed that 'the stakes couldn’t be higher'.

So safe to say, fans should be in for a treat with this upcoming season. 

Who will be in the cast of Season Two?

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Wolf Like Me boasts an impressive cast, featuring both local and international talent. 

Isla Fisher’s work as Mary saw her nominated for a TV WEEK Silver Logie for Most Outstanding Actress.

Alongside Fisher, Season One featured Josh Gad as Gary and Ariel Donohuge as 11-year-old Emma.

We can expect to see this cast return to our screens when Season Two is released.

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When is season two of Wolf Like Me coming out?

As of writing, there is no confirmed release date for Season Two.

But until then, Wolf Like Me remains available for you to stream on Stan. 

Featured Image Credit: Stan/Peacock

Topics: Australia, TV and Film

Stewart Perrie
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