Paramount+ gathered the wolves for its Teen Wolf spinoff, Wolf Pack, as we now have a list of who is leading the series. As the streaming service heads to the U.K. and Ireland tomorrow (June 22nd), it announced that the upcoming series will star Armani Jackson (Honor Society) as Everett, Bella Shepard (iCarly) as Blake, Chloe Rose Robertson (Wildflower) as Luna, and Tyler Lawrence Gray (Our Town) as Harlan. Production kicks off in Atlanta, Georgia, next week.
The series will be an adaption of author Edo Van Belkom’s series of novels. In the story, a group of teens faces something evil in the woods. One guy and girl are changed and must come together to figure out what has happened to them. After a devastating fire, they meet a pair of twins who were adopted by a park ranger. The group realizes that under the power of a full moon, they possess the power of a werewolf.
The Paramount+ Teen Wolf spinoff sees the return of the original series’ creative mind, Jeff Davis. He will executive produce and write as part of his MTV Entertainment Studios deal. Joe Genier, Mike Elliott, and Jason Ensler will executive produce, too, with Ensler directing the pilot. Davis is also currently working on a Teen Wolf movie.
Teen Wolf Continues With a Spinoff on Paramount+ and a Movie
The original series ran from 2011 to 2017. It was led by stars Tyler Posey and Holland Roden. They will reprise their roles in the movie, which will have other returning stars from big and small roles. Returning to their characters include Tyler Hoechlin, JR Bourne, Shelley Hennig, Crystal Reed, Ian Bohen, Dylan Sprayberry, Ryan Kelley, Colton Haynes, Seth Gilliam, Melissa Ponzio, Linden Ashby, Orny Adams, Khylin Rhambo, and Benjamin Wadsworth. It will feature newcomers Vince Mattis (Halloween) making her feature-length debut, Amy L. Workman. Dylan O’Brien will not reprise his role.
The Teen Wolf spinoff is aiming to hit Paramount+ later this year.