Mick Taylor is back in bloody action this April, as Wolf Creek returns to UK TV for Season 2.
The hit Stan Original Series, based on the Australian horror of the same name, sees John Jarratt reprise his role as the cold-blooded killer with a taste for hunting tourists. Season 1 premiered last year on FOX UK, with the Australian streaming service since renewing the programme for a second season.
Now, it’s arriving on UK screens once more, with a whole new cast and story. Wolf Creek Season 2 follows a group of international tourists on the Outback adventure of a lifetime, but a chance encounter with trigger-happy pig hunter Mick sets them on a journey none of them could have imagined.
Appearing alongside John Jarratt is an ensemble cast that includes Tess Haubrich (Alien: Covenant), Matt Day (Paper Giants), Ben Oxenbould (The Kettering Incident), Laura Wheelwright (Animal Kingdom), Charlie Clausen (Home & Away) Stephen Hunter (The Leftovers) and Chris Haywood (Shine).
Joining creator, director and showrunner Greg McLean are AACTA award winning directors Kieran Darcy-Smith (Wish You Were Here, Jack Irish) and Geoff Bennett (The Secret Daughter, Love Child, Brock), who each directed two episodes of the six-part season.
It premieres at 10pm on Tuesday 3rd April exclusively on FOX UK, which is available on Sky, Virgin Media and TalkTalk TV. Don’t have pay-TV? You can watch it live and on-demand through NOW TV. The streaming service gives you access to FOX UK, Sky Atlantic, Sky 1, Sky Living and more, for £7.99 a month – with no contract, and a 7-day free trial available. Never seen Wolf Creek? Season 1 is available on Sky On Demand and NOW TV, or you can catch it on Shudder UK, as part of a £4.99 monthly subscription, with a seven-day free trial available.
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