UPDATE 22.10.12 This FAQ has been replaced by a permanent FAQ section on the blog homepage. Find that at https://debbiemoon.wordpress.com/wolfblood-faq/
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Hello, Wolfblood fans!
It’s lovely that there are so many of you on Twitter, and I love talking to you all. But since most of you are asking the same questions, I thought I’d put some answers up here, and then I can just direct future questions here, instead of saying the same thing in 140 characters all the time.
In fact, let’s be honest, most of you are asking the same question: I live in [insert name of country], when will I be able to see Wolfblood?
Answer: as soon as we can make it possible. Our co-producers, ZDFE, are handling all that, and they’re negotiating deals for as many countries as they can, as quick as they can. It takes a little time for broadcasters to see the show, like it, negotiate a deal, and clear space in their schedule to show it, so please, try to be patient.
I happen to know that Wolfblood will be showing in Germany in a couple of months, and over the next three to six months, it should start cropping up in other countries as well. I don’t keep track of every deal and every timetable, so that’s about as specific as I can be. If I do hear of start dates for specific countries, I’ll try to tweet them – but I’m afraid there’s not a lot of point badgering me or the cast about transmission dates for your country, because we tend to leave that to the experts.
Where can I watch Wolfblood online?
If you live in the UK, you can watch episodes on the BBC’s iPlayer service. They’re usually available for at least a week after transmission, sometimes longer.
If you live outside the UK, I’m afraid iPlayer won’t work for you, and unfortunately, you’ll have to wait for the show to be shown by your local broadcaster.
Any Wolfblood episodes copied to YouTube or similar services will be removed and the poster’s account terminated, so, you know, be sensible, don’t take the risk…
I love Wolfblood; can I audition for it/ be an extra in it?
Season one is already finished, and we don’t know yet if we’ll get a second season; if we do, the actors and most of the extras will be selected via agents and casting services, so if you don’t have an agent/ professional experience, it’s very unlikely you’ll get to appear in the show. Sorry, but as much as we’d like to throw open our doors like Britain’s Got Talent, the poor casting people have to keep down the numbers they’re dealing with somehow…
If you have any other questions that you think other people may be asking, post them in comments, and I may do a follow-up post if there are enough of them…