Returning: Raised by Wolves

Travis Fimmel and Amanda Collins are back for S2 of Ridley Scott sci-fi in February.

Season 2 of Ridley Scott sci-fi drama series Raised by Wolves will premiere on the same day as the U.S. in early February.

Returning case include Travis Fimmel, Amanda Collin, Abubakar Salim, Winta McGrath, Niamh Algar, Jordan Loughran, Matias Varela, Felix Jamieson, Ethan Hazzard, Aasiya Shah and Ivy Wong. The new additions to the cast include Peter Chrisofferson James Harkness, Selina Jones and Morgan Santo.

Executive produced by Scott and starring Australia’s own Travis Fimmel (Vikings), Raised by Wolves focuses on two androids tasked with raising human children on a mysterious virgin planet, after the earth was destroyed by a great war. As the burgeoning colony of humans threatens to be torn apart by religious differences, the androids learn that controlling the beliefs of humans is a treacherous and difficult task.

Raised by Wolves is an HBO Max Originals production, created by Aaron Guzikowski and produced by Ridley Scott’s Scott Free Productions. The series will be available to watch On Demand on Foxtel and is exclusive in Australia to the Foxtel Group.

Thursday, February 3 at Foxtel On Demand.


4 Responses

  1. I thought season 1 started off strong as seemingly like some good hard sci-fi but it slowly evolved into ridiculous fantasy non-sense. Where it just completely loses you as a viewer because it loses sense of any grounding in a reality and just anything can and does happen.

    I’ll check out season 2, but just because I have foxtel already.

  2. As others have mentioned, I too found it very slow going. The Ridley Scott factor kept me motivated to stick around, but by the end of season one I felt quite disappointed. Unless I start hearing rave reviews about season two, I won’t be back.

  3. Looks like their may be a concept overload in this new series, to my mind it does look like Ridley Scott is creating his version of Adam and Eve and a less than idyllic Garden of Eden as humanity restructures itself. I struggled a bit with season 1 and confess to fast forwarding some episodes on occasion as they were too slow and drearily dark, considering Raised with Wolves has had plaudits for being one of Scott’s better creative efforts maybe I was not appreciating the story arc as I should.

  4. Thanks for the warning David. While season 1 explored some interesting themes the farcical monster reveal in the season finale was a slap in the face for those of us who persisted despite the terminal pacing. I have better things to do.

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