'Wolf Pack' revolves around a group of young people named Everett Lang (Armani Jackson), Harlan Briggs (Tyler Lawrence Gray) and Luna (Chloe Rose Robertson). 'Teen Wolf' (2011-2017) is inspired by a 1985 film of the same name, starring Michael J. Fox. It tells the story of Scott McCall (Tyler Posey), a kid who turns into a werewolf in the pilot episode
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Both 'Wolf Pack' and 'Teen Wolf' are written by Davis and play out the werewolf mythology. 'Teen Wolf' takes place in Beacon Hills, while 'Wolf Pack' takes place in Gray Lakes, also a fictional town.
Davis explained his motivations for introducing a program similar to 'Teen Wolf.' The series creator explained: "With 'Teen Wolf,' one of the first things we did was revisiting the traditional werewolf legend. This, I wanted to return to more traditional myths."
Davis said he could do more in the same setting and wanted to explore deeper issues that aren't in 'Teen Wolf.' "There are issues such as anxiety, disconnected youth trying to find each other, can they still find each other in a world like this where it's all technology, pandemics, and people are being separated?" Davis said.
'Teen Wolf: The Movie,' a follow-up film of 'Teen Wolf,' was released on Paramount+ on January 26, 2023. Davis explained that although he initially intended to do another supernatural TV show around the same name as 'Teen Wolf,' things eventually went smoothly.
'Teen Wolf' and 'Wolf Pack' represent the same spirit as their respective source material. While the Michael J. Fox film is widely considered as one of the most entertaining and unconventional films of the 1980s, van Belkom's novel, written for a young audience, is fairly straightforward and investigates the traditional legend of werewolves.