Wolf Pack Release Date: What Can We Expect From This Movie?

A new spooky adolescent mystery Wolf Pack is coming to Paramount Plus. The cast of Wolf Pack, which includes the iconic Sarah Michelle Gellar, is an all-star, and it is based on the 2004 book of the same name by Edo van Belkom. Jeff Davis, who also worked on the 2011 Teen Wolf TV revival, created it.

Wolf Pack is not a Teen Wolf spin-off, according to Davis. Fans of the series shouldn’t be too disappointed, though, as Davis’ Teen Wolf: The Movie debuts on Paramount Plus the same day.

When will Wolf Pack be available? Who else is in the cast? Is a trailer available to view? All of these inquiries have answers in the sections that follow as we explain everything there is to know about Wolf Pack.

Wolf Pack Release Date: When Can I Watch It?

There are ten episodes in Wolf Pack, the first of which airs on Paramount Plus on January 26. The same day that Wolf Pack is released in Canada, it is released a day later in the UK, Australia, Latin America, and Brazil.


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One of the top new shows on Paramount Plus in January is Wolf Pack, a Paramount Plus original series.

Wolf Pack Plotline: What Can We Expect?

Everett and Blake, two teens, are at the center of Wolf Pack. After becoming involved in a California wildfire, their lives are irrevocably altered. When a mysterious, supernatural being hits a highway traffic congestion near the flaming hills and subsequently spreads mayhem throughout Los Angeles, it leaves both of them wounded.

Following the catastrophe, Everett and Blake find themselves mysteriously drawn to one another before realizing they had turned into werewolves. The two become quite close and even decide to work together. This results in them meeting Luna and Harlan, two other teenagers who were adopted by a park ranger who had gone through a comparable ordeal in the inferno 16 years earlier.

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When the full moon rises, Wolf Pack naturally gets incredibly interesting as all four adolescents band together to try to figure out how their transformations work.

Wolf Pack Cast Members: Who Are in It?

The most well-known member of Wolf Pack is Sarah Michelle Gellar, who became well-known because of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. She also appeared in Scooby-Doo, Cruel Intentions, and I Know What You Did Last Summer. She assumes the role of Kristin Ramsey, a renowned arson investigator who has experienced loss. To determine what caused the conflagration that reawakened the beast, she has been hired.


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The two teens that are bitten and transformed during the wildfire are Everett Lang and Blake Navarro, who are also portrayed by Gellar, Armani Jackson (Honor Society, Chad), and Bella Shepard (iCarly, The Wilds). Blake is estranged and alone from her family, while Everett struggles with his parents and experiences anxiety.

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As the forest ranger Garrett Briggs in Wolf Pack, played by Rodrigo Santoro (300, Westworld), who is fiercely protective of his adopted children, These are played by Chloe Rose Robertson from Wildflower and Tyler Lawrence Gray from Our Town and Macbeth, respectively.


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Luna Briggs, who is searching for friends and family, and her courageous and self-assured brother Harlan.

Where to Watch Wolf Pack?

On Paramount Plus, you can stream Wolf Pack. You must have a streaming service subscription to see it. Paramount Plus memberships cost $4.99 per month or $49.99 for a full year. However, this also applies to commercials.

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You can purchase a premium plan for $9.99 per month or $99.99 per year if you wish to prevent those. There is only one subscription option available for Paramount Plus plans outside of the US.

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