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Cbbc's Wolfblood pack, start celebrating: the ace supernatural drama will return for series 5.
Following the show's Hay Festival panel appearance, Wolfblood creator Debbie Moon confirmed the renewal news on Twitter. Filming is due to begin on series five in the autumn, with an early 2017 air date expected.
Series four signified a step-change for the series, which moved its story out of Stoneybridge and Bradlington High to follow Jana's move to the big city and continuing relationship with Wolfblood multinational, Segolia. Joined by Katrina, Jana built a new pack, which brought with it new mystery and, of course, new menace.
Consistently delivering exciting, imaginative adventures with a sound moral take on relationships, responsibility and growing up for its young audience over four series has paid off with this latest renewal. Huge congratulations to all involved.
Wolfblood series 4 has changed everything and nothing. Underneath what's new, it's the same ace show with the same positive message…
Wolfblood series 4 hits the ground running... literally. First episode Captivity introduces its new urban setting and action-spy genre with a slickly directed nocturnal street chase that’s more Alias than Eolas. No longer a stranger to technology, formerly wild Wolfblood Jana has a headset and a mission. She’s the best agent in the business, and her prey doesn’t stand a chance.
In a fun twist, said prey turns out not to be a villain but Tj, the errant teenage son of Jana’s boss at swish multinational Segolia. He’s soon sniffed out and found mucking about in Katrina’s newly opened Kafe (a franchise don’t-you-know).
On their way home to mum, Jana and Tj cross paths with a couple of young Wolfbloods in »
Cbbc's terrific supernatural drama, Wolfblood, returns on Tuesday the 8th of March for its fourth series...
After three excellent series set in the rural, one-cafe town of Stonybridge, Wolfblood is making an ambitious move to the city for series four.
The fourth run of Debbie Moon's Cbbc supernatural drama sees formerly wild Wolfblood Jana (Leona Vaughn) out of school and working for multinational company, Segolia. She's joined by a new raft of characters including boss Imara, her son Tj, Matei, Selina and Emilia. Read the official synopsis, here.
It's not all change though, as series regulars Katrina and Mr Jeffries have also upped sticks to live in the big, bad city.
A new cast, a new location, new threats and plenty of new Wolfblood action are the order of the day by the looks of this exciting trailer...
Wolfblood returns to Cbbc on Tuesday the 8th of March. »
Here's a first look at award-winning Cbbc show Wolfblood which returns for a fourth series on Tuesday 4th March, with a new urban backdrop. Jana, played by Leona Vaughan is back with new characters Tj, played by Louis Payne, Matei, played by Jack Brett Anderson and Emilia, played by Sydney Wade.
Former wild wolfblood Jana (Leona Vaughan) takes centre stage, having left the security and seclusion of rural Stoneybridge and moved into the city where she forms a new pack.
The wolfbloods who play a pivotal role in her adventures include corporate boss Imara (Michelle Gayle), her son Tj (Louis Payne), Matei (Jack Brett Anderson), his sister Emilia (Sydney Wade), and martial arts enthusiast Selina (Rukku Nahar). Familiar returning characters include Katrina (Gabrielle Green), who has opened a new Kafe in town, Kay (Shorelle Hepkin) and their old teacher Mr Jeffries (Mark Fleischmann).
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