Sarah Michelle Gellar mentioned she was drawn to “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” due to its give attention to psychological well being. She advised THR:
“I’ve at all times mentioned that one in all my favourite issues about ‘Buffy’ was the utilization of the monsters being metaphors for the horrors of highschool, of adolescence. By the best way, I simply mentioned to my daughter the opposite day, ‘Seventh grade sucks, it simply actually does.’ I mentioned, ‘I will let you know proper now, I have been alive a very long time and I’ve had numerous unhealthy in my life. I’ve misplaced lots of people. I nonetheless suppose the worst 12 months of my life might be seventh grade.’ So that claims one thing, proper?”
Effectively, that is intense and really true for a complete lot of us. Gellar continued, “As a substitute of utilizing the monsters for adolescents, we had been utilizing the monsters for the modern-day pains that we’ve got, which is the nervousness of life and the way disturbing life has actually change into for everyone, at all ages.” She used the instance of the isolation of the COVID-19 pandemic and in contrast the concept of a pack to the “pods” many people had been making an attempt to remain in for security and companionship. She mentioned:
“And then you definately add on prime of it, the commentary on the planet that he is making, and also you notice that there is a greater image. What I actually discovered the final couple of years is that supernatural tales, in a very odd method, help you inform probably the most superhuman tales.”
All eight episodes of “Wolf Pack” season 1 are at present streaming on Paramount+.