Paramount+ is moving forward with its new supernatural drama series, Wolf Pack.
The streaming service revealed the cast of Teen Wolf EP Jeff Davis’ new show on Monday.
Stars include Armani Jackson (Honor Society, Chad) as Everett, Bella Shepard (iCarly, The Wilds) as Blake, Chloe Rose Robertson (Wildflower) as Luna, and Tyler Lawrence Gray (Our Town, Macbeth) as Harlan.
Based on the book series by Edo Van Belkom, Wolf Pack follows a teenager and a girl whose lives are changed forever when a California wildfire awakens a terrifying supernatural creature.
Wounded in the chaos of his attack, the teens are inexplicably drawn to each other and two others who were adopted sixteen years earlier by a ranger after another mysterious forest fire.
As the full moon rises, the four teenagers come together to uncover the secret that connects them: the bite and blood of a werewolf.
Sounds intriguing, right?
Davis is on board as writer and EP, while Joe Genier is executive producer and Mike Elliott is co-executive producer for Capital Arts.
Jason Ensler serves as executive producer and pilot director.
Davis is also attached to the upcoming Teen Wolf movie, which will reunite several beloved actors for a Paramount+ project.
Wolf Pack is envisioned as a standalone series, based on another IP.
There was some initial confusion as to whether it was a Teen Wolf spin-off.
Paramount+ is betting big on werewolves.
There will be a nostalgia factor attached to Teen Wolf, but we’ll have to wait and see if viewers invest their time in a new werewolf show.
The casting announcement was made today alongside the launch of Paramount+ in the UK.
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Wolf Pack is slated for a late 2022 premiere in Paramount+ markets in the United States and Canada, Latin America, the Caribbean, Australia, South Korea, Ireland, and the United Kingdom, as well as in Italy, Germany, Austria, Switzerland and France.
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