Isla Fisher and Josh Gad’s characters don’t have your typical cute encounters in Peacock’s Wolves, wolves like me (airing Thursday, January 13).
Writing and Directing Little monster auteur Abe Forsythe, a half-hour film about Gary (Gad), an “emotionally broken person” who is struggling to provide for his daughter Emma following the death of his wife; and Mary (Fisher), who hides a secret she can’t share with herself whoever. “The universe brought these two together for a reason,” the official/confusing diary teases. “They just have to keep following the signs.”
In the trailer, Gary and Mary meet when Mary crashes into Gary’s car. Some time after the accident, Mary goes to Gary’s house to check on Emma, who is in the back seat, and the pair form an unlikely love connection. But every time Gary approached, Mary ran away – literally. And increasingly disturbing footage shows that something bad has happened to Mary’s (ex?) husband.
Jodi Matterson, Bruna Papandrea and Steve Hutensky (Nine Perfect Strangers) executive producer alongside Fisher and Forsythe – the latter of whom directed all six episodes (which are falling at the same time).
Outside Wolves, wolves like me, Peacock’s Root Blocking Means Include Bel-Air, a dramatic reimagining of the 1990s sitcom Fresh Prince of Bel-Air is set to premiere on Sunday, February 13; Girls5eva and Rutherford Falls, both have been refreshed for Season 2; and Saved by Bell revival, is still awaited for a potential Season 3 facelift.
Hit PLAY on the trailer above, then hit the comments and let us know if you’ll add Wolves, wolves like me to your Peacock watchlist in January.
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