Paramount+ revealed Monday the four leads of the “Teen Wolf” spinoff series “Wolf Pack”.
The cast will feature rising stars Armani Jackson (Honor Society, Chad), Bella Shepard (iCarly, The Wilds), Chloe Rose Robertson (Wildflower), and Tyler Lawrence Gray (Our Town, Macbeth).
It stars Jackson as Everett, Shepard as Blake, Robertson as Luna, and Gray as Harlan.
Principal photography will begin in Atlanta, Georgia next week en route to a potential release on Paramount+ later this year.
The spinoff was announced in February and is based on the book series Wolf Pack by Edo van Belkom.
The series is centered around a group of teenagers facing down a great evil in the woods. Two of them, a boy and a girl, are forever changed in the wake of the beast’s attack and are drawn together as they try to figure out what happened to them.
The pair meet fraternal twins who were adopted by a park ranger after another wildfire raged through the area, and under the glow of the full moon, all realize they carry the blood of a werewolf.
“Wolf Pack” is penned and executive produced by the Teen Wolf franchise’s creative Jeff Davis as part of his multi-year MTV Entertainment Studios deal.
The series will be streaming exclusively on Paramount+. It is one of the two new titles in the franchise that he is developing with “Teen Wolf: The Movie” also on his to-do list at the streaming service.
Davis is joined on the series by fellow executive producer Joe Genier and co-executive producer Mike Elliott for Capital Arts. On board to executive produce as well is Jason Ensler who also directs the pilot.