Wolf Like Me Season 2 Release Date – When Is It Coming To Amazon?

Wolf Like Me season 2

In a world peppered with fantasy shows about vampires and Werewolves, Australian show Wolf Like Me, has to be one of the most understated.

Starring Isla Fisher and Josh Gad, the show aired on Stan in Australia and NBCUniversal and Peacock in January 2022 in the US.

However, for everybody else around the world, it soon dropped on Amazon Prime Video.


Despite the lack of fanfare, it soon found an audience who appreciated the less dramatic approach to the genre. So in April 2022 Wolf Like Me season 2 was confirmed.

Which brings us to why you are here. You want to know when it is coming to Amazon. And we've got all the answers….

Wolf Like Me Season 2 Release Date

We may have been waiting more than a year and a half for the next instalment of the show but we finally have a release date for you.

And the good news is that the wait is nearly over. Peacock has confirmed that Wolf Like Me season 2 will air on October 19th 2023.

With only six episodes in the first season, one extra has been added for the second season – so seven in total.

And as with the first season, all episodes will air at the same time on Prime Video.

Until then, there are tonnes of other great sci-fi/fantasy dramas that you can get stuck into – check out some of the great ones here.

Wolf Like Me Recap

The plot of Wolf Like Me is actually very straightforward. Gary is a single father living in Adelaide, Australia with his 11-year-old daughter Emma.

Both are still emotionally distraught following the death of Emma's mother, Lisa, seven years earlier.

Then they meet Mary, an isolated advice columnist with her own complex emotional baggage. Despite her attempts to stay away, they keep meeting again and again.

The trio begin to bond but what Gary and Emma don't know is that Mary's baggage is actually a deadly secret. She is a werewolf.

As the season comes to an end, all three are faced with the full weight of Mary's ability to transform.

But will it be the thing that brings them closer together or tears them apart.

Wolf Like Me Season 2 What Happens

In the second season of Wolf Like Me, Mary and Gary must recover from the events at the end of the first season. Remember the whole turning into a werewolf and mauling to men who were trying to harm Gary and Emma on their camping trip??

Anyway, as we leap forward into their relationship (yes, they stay together), we discover that Mary is pregnant.

But the big continues to loom over them. Will their child be a baby or a wolf pup? And just how long can they keep things secret from the rest of their family?

Things only get more difficult when Mary’s former professor, Anton (Edgar Ramirez), suddenly reappears in her life.

With new secrets from Mary’s past surfacing, Mary and Gary must decide if they’re even meant to be together.

Where Is Wolf Like Me Filmed?

Wolf Like Me is an Australian show that was written by Abe Forsythe, who also directed all 6 episodes.

The show is filmed almost exclusively in Sydney. Scenes were filmed in the suburbs of Forest Lodge, Ashfield and Ashbury, Glebe, Menai and Sutherland.

Other Shows If You Love Wolf Like Me

Wolf Like Me is a unique drama that combines elements of romance, thriller, and supernatural genres.

Here are five shows with similar themes or elements that you might enjoy:

Being Human

This series follows three twenty-something roommates trying to live normal lives despite being a ghost, a vampire, and a werewolf.

It blends drama, comedy, and supernatural elements, much like Wolf Like Me.

The End (2021)

The End is an Australian drama series explores three generations of a family with separate but intersecting obsessions – trying to figure out how to die with dignity, live with none, and make it all count.

Forever (2014-2015)

This American drama series follows Dr. Henry Morgan, a medical examiner who studies the dead for criminal cases, and is also immortal.

The series mixes procedural elements with a deeper exploration of life, death, and love.

Pushing Daisies (2007-2009)

This fantasy mystery dramedy series revolves around a pie-maker with the ability to bring dead things back to life with his touch, a power that comes with complications.

The series stars Lee Pace (Foundation) and combines romance, humour, and a touch of the supernatural.

The Ghost Whisperer (2005-2010)

Starring Jennifer Love Hewitt, this series follows a young woman who can communicate with the spirits of the dead.

It combines elements of drama, romance, and the supernatural, with episodic plots and overarching storylines.

While none of these shows may be an exact match to Wolf Like Me, they all share thematic elements or narrative structures that fans of the Australian drama might appreciate.

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