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Wolf Pack - What We Know So Far

Since its launch, the streaming service Paramount+ has offered an array of shows across genres. Their offerings have included a number of "Star Trek" shows, including "Star Trek: Discovery," "Star Trek: Lower Decks," and "Star Trek: Strange New Worlds." Their other offerings have included the "Yellowstone" prequel "1883," the video game adaptation "Halo," and the political crime drama "Mayor of Kingstown."

The streaming service has also had a number of shows in the supernatural genre, most notably "Evil," which made the jump from CBS to the streaming service ahead of its 2nd season, and the miniseries "The Stand," adapted from the Stephen King novel of the same name. The newest addition to this genre from the streaming service is a new show called "Wolf Pack," which is based on Edo Van Belkom's young adult book series of the same name.

The series comes courtesy of creator Jeff Davis, with Jason Ensler, who previously worked on "The Exorcist" TV series and "Love, Victor," taking on directing duties (via Deadline). Here's what we know about the series so far.

Davis is making a new show about werewolves

The show's current cast is comprised of Bella Shepard, Armani Jackson, Chloe Rose Robertson, and Tyler Lawrence Gray (per Deadline). Shepard has been seen in guest roles on shows such as "Grace and Frankie," "Orange Is the New Black," and "The Wilds," with her most recent appearance coming in the Paramount+ reboot of "iCarly." Jackson, meanwhile, has been seen in shows such as "Grey's Anatomy" and "Chad," as well as the Steven Spielberg film "Ready Player One." Robertson and Grey still have fledgling careers, with no notable projects under their belt to date. A specific release date for the series has yet to be announced, though Deadline reports that it will be released in 2022, with production set to begin in late June.

The show is set to revolve around a secret shared by four young people, starting with Everett, played by Jackson, and Blake, played by Shepard, who get injured when a bizarre creature emerges in the wake of a wildfire in California. The two find themselves sharing a mutual attraction, and also find themselves bonding with fraternal twins Luna and Harlan, played by Robertson and Gray respectively. The twins were adopted after an earlier wildfire from 16 years prior that also took place under mysterious circumstances. The four then come to discover that their shared connection has something to do with werewolves.

This is not creator Jeff Davis' first time working with werewolves, as he was also the creative force behind the MTV series "Teen Wolf." He is also currently working on a movie continuation of the latter series.