Season 2 Trailer, HBO Max

Father (Abubakar Salim) and Mother (Amanda Collin) in HBO Max's Raised by Wolves.

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Back when HBO Max was getting its ft off the bottom in 2020, certainly one of its large reveals on the time was Raised by Wolves. Though some discovered Aaron Guikowski’s sequence about android mother and father tasked with elevating some essential human youngsters to be a little bit of a slog, the present was renewed for second season just some episodes into season one. The first trailer for season two is right here, and it appears to be like…fairly creepy, which makes some sense since Ridley Scott is an govt producer on the present and directed its first two episodes.


(*2*) muses Mother (Amanda Collin) on the finish of the trailer as she stands in a darkish hall and is roofed in (presumably) blood. You might recall that on the finish of season one, Mother gave start to a snake child that’s someplace on the planet and will get no point out within the trailer, save for a snake portray on a mug. It’ll certainly be one other menace for the household consisting of Mother, Father (Abubakar Salim), and their children, as they’re all now a part of an Atheist society that’s shaped in Kepler-22b’s Tropical Zone. Whatever paradise they suppose exists right here gained’t final lengthy, since Marcus (Travis Fimmel) is seemingly devolving into one of many creatures that the household encountered through the first season. In his quest to deliver “purity” to Kepler, he’ll be doing it by means of some good quaint violence.

As somebody who missed out on Wolves when it first premiered, the trailer does its job nicely sufficient that I’m fascinated with checking the present out nearer to its February premiere. Outside of its tone, it appears to be like actually good, one thing you possibly can all the time depend on for HBO’s style dramas more often than not, and it’s not a foul time for some bizarre sci-fi. So positive, signal me up for that in a few months.

Raised by Wolves 2 premieres on HBO Max starting on February 3.

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