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‘Wolf Pack’ Canceled After One Season At Paramount+

Wolf Pack, starring Sarah Michelle Gellar, will not return to Paramount+ for a second season.

via: Variety

Based on Edo Van Belkom’s book series and created by Jeff Davis, the show follows two teens whose lives are changed when a California wildfire awakens a supernatural creature. Season 1 aired in Jan 2023 alongside the “Teen Wolf” movie. Sarah Michelle Gellar, Rodrigo Santoro, Armani Jackson, Bella Shepard, Chloe Rose Robertson and Tyler Lawrence Gray starred.

Sources say Paramount hoped the audience behind the series would have grown from Season 1 to Season 2, but due to the dual Hollywood strikes, the likelihood of that happening was cut short since production was stopped. Season 2 would’ve arrived roughly two years after Season 1 debuted.

The series serves as the latest Paramount+ original to be canceled following “Joe Pickett,” which ended after two seasons in October 2023. Along with the rest of last year’s cancellations including “iCarly,” “The Game,” “Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies,” “Star Trek: Prodigy,” “Queen of the Universe,” “Seal Team,” “Fatal Attraction,” and “Rabbit Hole,” that leaves Paramount with a slate that includes, among other titles, new seasons of “Tulsa King,” “School Spirits,” “Mayor of Kingstown,” and “Criminal Minds: Evolution” which star Paget Brewster teased was meant to start production this month. Renewal decisions for “Special Ops: Lioness” and “Lawmen” have not yet been announced.

Davis served as writer and executive producer of “Wolf Pack” as part of his multi-year deal with MTV Entertainment Studios. Joe Genier and Mike Ellior executive producd via Capital Arts, with Jason Ensler also executive producing.

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