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Wolfbloods have lived amongst us for centuries, disguising heightened senses & abilities and the majority of them blending in. Maddy and her parents are the only wolfbloods in their area. Until one day, a new boy starts at Maddy's school... Written by
The show revolves around the two main characters Maddy and Rhydian who meet in the first episode. Both share the same secret, they are Wolfbloods. This means heightened senses, their hunger for meat and often the need to run until at a certain age they are able to shift into a wolf. Together they manage teenage life, which is complicated enough, and bond over their secret although they come from a different background.
What first attracted to me as an adult was the concept of the Wolfbloods, what made me love it even more is the fantastic writing. In one sentence: Best wolf show on screen. And I watch many shows that somehow have a wolf, no matter which definition, involved. So far no other show has been able to transfer wolf and pack behaviour to humans so naturally like Wolfblood. This is due to the fact that they portray natural wolfs - pack life/family life and not the Alpha/Omega hierarchy which only wolves in captivity show. The writing for me is exceptional! Very nice built up story lines, good balance, small detailed scenes which are referred to in later episodes without making it to complicated for a younger audience. Great supporting characters (and actors) which have their own subplots - which are all enjoyable and interesting to watch. Although the story does not make the bonding between Rhydian and Maddy easy - it is so refreshing and uncomplicated to watch them grow close. Their story is a sweet delight.
I wish Debbie Moon (creator and writer) could bring Patricia Briggs Mercy Thompson books to screen.
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