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Wolf Like Me: Season 1 Review

All six episodes of Wolf Like Me debut Thursday, Jan. 13 on Peacock. Despite sometimes feeling like writer/director Abe Forsythe's elaborate, expensive attempt to get you to listen to Queens of the Stone Age's "Fortress" (which you will awkwardly hear in its entirety at one point), Wolf Like Me is a surprisingly earnest go at a love story between a man and a werewolf. Yes, that sounds like logline for a parody, or in the very least a horror-comedy, but Wolf Like Me is its own beast (pun intended). It's a drama(dy?) and it works.
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Stream It Or Skip It: ‘Wolf Like Me’ On Peacock, Where Josh Gad And Isla Fisher Play A Couple With Baggage — Some Of It Bloody

Shows about couples that seem to be destined to come together are filled with bumps in the road and lots of ups and downs. But we don’t know if we’ve seen a show like Wolf Like Me before. Why? Because both people in the central relationship come with significant baggage, but one member’s baggage is pretty different than what most people have. Read on for more.
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Peacock’s ‘Wolf Like Me’: TV Review

Long stretches of Peacock’s Wolf Like Me are basically a two-hander with characters played by Isla Fisher and Josh Gad tentatively embarking on a new romance while discussing the challenges of finding love in your 40s, opening yourself up and exposing your baggage, your damage, to another person. They’re long conversations on park benches or across dinner tables, framed by writer-director Abe Forsythe to accentuate the gulf between his heroes, the space that they and he are struggling to fill. You might be perplexed to know that Wolf Like Me is a show about the strained relationships and the healing properties...
Washington Post

What to watch on Thursday: ‘Wolf Like Me’ on Peacock

Star Trek: Prodigy (Paramount Plus) A mentor from Dal’s past persuades him to use their Federation cover for personal gain, but they soon realize Starfleet has protocols for a reason. The Real Housewives of Miami (Peacock) Alexia finds her perfect wedding venue, but this falls through; Lisa hosts a...
Roger Ebert

Wolf Like Me

“Wolf Like Me” is a relationship story about man meets werewolf, and it's no less realistic than the fantastical elements in other less gory romantic comedies. In fact, this one might be more honest as its dark tone reckons with the baggage that people carry around with them. But while it becomes a type of free-for-all of contrived rom-com tropes, they don’t all come together in this quirky, sometimes cloying story about embracing someone's dark secret.

Wolf Like Me season 2: Is it renewed, canceled over at Peacock?

Following the premiere today on Peacock, can you expect a Wolf Like Me season 2 renewal? Or, are we at the end of the road? As you would expect, there is a lot of good stuff to dive into here!. So where should we begin? Let’s just start by going...

Listen to an Exclusive Track From Piers Burbrook de Vere’s Wolf Like Me Score

ComingSoon is pleased to present an exclusive track taken from the Wolf Like Me original series soundtrack titled, “Dear Adelaide.” Composed by Piers Burbrook de Vere (Little Monsters, Under the Volcano), the music is at once dreamy with its echoey sonic palette as well as tension-filled and provides an evocative backdrop to the unusually challenging relationship within the offbeat series.
Kankakee Daily Journal

Wolf Like Me

“Wolf Like Me” arrives on Peacock, an odd hybrid as strange as its name. A co-production with Stan, an Australian streamer, it might offer Josh Gad (“Frozen,” “The Book of Mormon”) his best TV role to date.

Isla Fisher and Josh Gad co-star in ‘Wolf Like Me’ drama series: How to watch and stream

A thrilling drama series makes its way to Peacock this week starring Isla Fisher and Josh Gad. “Wolf Like Me” premieres on Peacock on Thursday, Jan. 13. The series is created and produced by Abe Forsythe. The series explores Gary (Josh Gad) and Mary (Isla Fisher) who each have their own personal struggles before they collide (literally) into each other’s lives. When the two crash their cars into one another, Gary sees Mary’s special abilities to calm his distressed daughter and becomes interested in pursuing her romantically.

‘Wolf Like Me,’ ‘Peacemaker,’ ‘Ghosts’ Goes Catfishing, ‘Law & Order’s Organized Criminal

Isla Fisher and Josh Gad star in Peacock’s Wolf Like Me, a romantic dramedy with a hair-raising twist. John Cena reprises his role as the vigilante Peacemaker in an action-comedy for HBO Max. CBS’ Ghosts expands its family by introducing Jay’s sister. Law & Order: Organized Crime stirs new animosity between Det. Stabler and his nemesis, newly freed criminal Richard Wheatley.

Wolf Like Me: Release Date, Cast, And More

our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know. Peacock is making all kinds of movies lately. The news came down earlier in December that the up-and-coming streaming service will have exclusive rights to all of Universal's slate of films in 2022 within 45 days of their theatrical and PVOD releases, which comes on the heels of the stunning development that David Gordon Green's "Halloween Kills" would go from a theatrical exclusive to a day-and-date release on Peacock. Additional films that will be affected by this next year include "The 355," "The Black Phone," "Ticket to Paradise," "Downton Abbey: A New Era," and more. Not all the news is great, however, as Peacock most recently canceled "A.P. Bio," the beloved series that ran for a total of four seasons (though only the latter two were with Peacock). But for disappointed fans who may be looking for a new show to get invested in, Peacock is moving forward with "Wolf Like Me," the romantic comedy starring Josh Gad and Isla Fisher. Check out everything you need to know about it below.
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What’s Worth Watching: ‘Peacemaker,’ ‘Wolf Like Me,” ‘The House’ and ‘The Tragedy of Macbeth’

Filmed in black and white, “The Tragedy of Macbeth” (2021), director Joel Coen’s first project without his brother Ethan, brings a new approach to Shakespeare’s Scottish play. Starring Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand – an older pairing than you might typically see in the roles of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth – the film carries a heightened sense that time is running out. Also starring Corey Hawkins, Moses Ingram, Brendan Gleeson and Harry Melling, “The Tragedy of Macbeth” is available on Apple TV+.

TV Talk: Is Netflix’s filmed-in-Pittsburgh ‘Archive 81’ worth watching? ‘Peacemaker,’ ‘Wolf Like Me’ also debut this week

Filmed-in-Pittsburgh “Archive 81,” streaming on Netflix Friday, is more supernatural thriller than horror series, with minimal gore but plenty of moody atmosphere, intriguing mystery and a few jump scares. Adapted from a podcast of the same name by writer Rebecca Sonnenshine (“The Boys,” “The Vampire Diaries”), “Archive 81”...