Wolfblood FAQ

Welcome to the new updated Wolfblood FAQ! 

Last updated on 10th March 2016

Questions about – Season Four

Who’s writing season four?

Wolfblood veterans Sophie Petzal and Neil Jones will be returning, and we’ll be joined by new arrivals Furquan Akhtar and Matt Sinclair. I’ll be writing four episodes, and everyone else two each, giving us a twelve episode season this year.

Will Aimee Kelly (Maddy) return to season four? 

Aimee Kelly left the show over two years ago in order to go to college, and currently has no plans to return. She’ll always be a huge part of our Wolfblood universe, and who knows, she might return at some point… But for now, she’s busy doing other things.

Why don’t you just cast a new actress to play Maddy?

We don’t recast major roles. That’s never convincing, and it’s insulting to the original cast as well as the new cast. Actors aren’t interchangeable objects that can be swapped like light bulbs.

We have occasionally recast very minor roles when it was unavoidable (usually because an actor became unavailable at very short notice), but we’d never do it with a lead role.

What about the rest of the old cast, will they be in season four?

After three wonderful seasons, Bobby Lockwood (Rhydian), Kedar Williams-Sterling (Tom) and Louisa Connelly-Burnham (Shannon), have all decided to leave the show and move on to other projects.

Sad as I am to see them go, I know they’ll be going on to great things, and I’m sure you’ll join me in wishing them well in their careers.

I know a lot of you will be upset by this – but remember, change is a good thing for a television series. Shows that remain the same throughout their run quickly grow boring and stale, to work on as well as to watch. The inevitable coming and going of cast members is one of the ways that we avoid that.

And as a children’s show, we’re very aware that our audience is interested in fellow tweens and teens. Following the same characters for years, into their twenties, simply wouldn’t appeal to our core audience, who are interested in school, home and family. Though it wasn’t our choice for any of the actors who’ve left to leave, their decision does allow Wolfblood to remain faithful to its core audience and ideas.

Will Aimee Kelly ever return for a cameo appearance as Maddy? What about the other characters who’ve left, will they ever return?

At the moment they have no plans to do that. It’s possible that they might do so, at some point in the future – but given how money and effort it takes to get an actor to set to film one scene, we’d only do that if we felt their characters could really add something to that episode. Bringing Maddy, Rhydian or anyone else back just to bring them back is unsatisfying for everyone, including the actors…

So, what can we expect from season four? And what about new characters?

For the first time, the show will be moving outside Stoneybridge and into the big wide world. Jana, played by Leona Vaughan, will now be our main character, and we’ll be following her as she embarks on a new life in the big city, and builds herself a new pack of Wolfbloods and humans… This season gives us a chance to expand the scope of the show, and to explore new locations and new characters that will reveal more about what it really means to be a Wolfblood!

From the BBC press release:

Former wild Wolfblood Jana (Leona Vaughan) now 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). 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).

In a world of CCTV, social networks, 4G camera phones and viral videos, the wolfblood ‘secret’ is becoming increasingly vulnerable; faced with new dilemmas and foes, Wolfbloods have to adapt to survive and Jana faces her biggest challenges yet.

(read the full press release at http://www.bbc.co.uk/mediacentre/latestnews/2015/wolf-blood-goes-urban )

What about Maddy, Rhydian, Shannon and Tom  – can we find out what’s happening to them?

CBBC have produced a terrific webcomic, by Rik Hoskin & Tom Waterhouse, which bridges the gap between seasons and tells you what Maddy, Rhydian, Tom and Shannon are up to ‘offscreen’. Start reading it here http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/games/wolfblood-new-moon-rising

(Please note this can only be accessed from within the UK.)

Beyond that… to be honest, we’re deliberately not making any decisions about where the characters go and what they do next. There’s always the possibility that there will be spin-off books, or even a movie – and if those happen, whoever’s writing them will want a free hand to decide where they’re set and what those characters are doing with their lives.

What’s the new theme music for season four?

It’s “Running With The Wolves” by Aurora. I understand it will be available to buy as a single from April 2016.

Why do you make twelve or thirteen episodes a season, when shows on other channels make more?

Twelve to thirteen episodes per season is the usual number for CBBC programmes. It’s also as many as we have time, and money, to make each year!

Questions about: season five

Will there be a fifth season? How many seasons will there be in total?

CBBC makes a decision about whether to commission a new season after each season has been shown in the UK. This means we have no idea how long the show will run for.

We’re hoping for a decision on season five soon. As soon as there is a decision, I’ll update the FAQ.

Questions about: where and when you can see Wolfblood

I live in [insert name of country], when will I be able to see Wolfblood on TV or on Netflix?

Unfortunately, there’s no point in contacting me to ask about transmission dates for your country, because I don’t get involved with any of that. The TV channel showing Wolfblood makes those decisions, not me. I often don’t know the show’s on in any given country until after it’s begun showing.

If you know which channel it’s going to be on in your country (in many countries, it will be the Disney Channel),  contact that channel directly, and they should be able to give you an answer.

If you’re watching on Netflix, then obviously, contact Netflix. (Please note, Wolfblood is only available on US Netflix, not Netflix in the UK.)

And of course, the more people who contact the channel about Wolfblood, thus proving it has lots of fans, the more likely they are to keep showing it!

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 a month after transmission (and when the show is repeated, they go back onto iPlayer for a month).

You can now buy season 3 for download from the BBC Store https://store.bbc.com/wolfblood . Presumably seasons 1 & 2 will also be available at some point (but you’ll need to contact BBC Store, not me, with any enquiries about that).

If you live outside the UK, I’m afraid iPlayer won’t work for you, and you’ll have to wait for the show to be shown by your local broadcaster. In the US, individual episodes are available to buy on iTunes, and are also on US Netflix.

Any Wolfblood episodes copied to YouTube or similar services will be removed and the poster’s account terminated, so be sensible, don’t take the risk…

But why shouldn’t I watch pirated copes of Wolfblood online? No harm done, right?

Wrong. Completely and utterly wrong.

In order to make future seasons of Wolfblood, we need the money that Disney and other broadcasters pay us for the rights to show the current seasons. If people can watch pirated copies on the web, they won’t watch it when it’s on TV, meaning the viewing figures go down and the broadcasters won’t buy it any more – so there’ll be no more money for us to make new episodes. And that means no more Wolfblood, ever.

Even if you claim you’re going to watch the show online and when it’s on TV, the availability of pirated copies will put broadcasters off buying those seasons in the first place. No broadcaster wants to pay money for something that’s already been splashed all over the internet.

So, if you actually care about Wolfblood, you should be avoiding people who illegally post it on the internet, not supporting them.

What about the motion comic on the CBBC website? It says I can only read it if I live in the UK.

Yes, like the rest of CBBC’s website content, you can only access it from the UK.

Questions about: the show, the cast, and the production process

Where can I find out who plays which roles/who wrote or directed an episode/ who the designer or composer or DOP etc is?

Best place for finding out about the cast and crew of any film or TV show is imdb.com. Everyone involved with Wolfblood to date is listed at

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2321596/fullcredits?ref_=tt_ov_st_sm

Which awards has Wolfblood been nominated for/ won?

Wolfblood won the Royal Television Society award for Best Children’s Drama in 2013 (and was nominated again in 2014 and 2015). At the Children’s BAFTAs, Bobby Lockwood won Best Performer in 2013, and I won Best Writer in 2014.

It has also been nominated for two RTS North-East awards, a Broadcast award, the Prix Jeunesse, a Banff Television Festival award and five other Children’s BAFTAs in 2013, 2014 and 2015. The season three writing team won the Children’s Writing award at the British Screenwriters Awards 2015.

What is the theme song from Wolfblood? Can I buy the soundtrack?

Seasons 1-3:  it’s A Promise That I Keep, music by Andy Price, lyrics by Klause White, performed by Lisa Knapp.

Season 4: it’s Running With The Wolves, by Aurora. It’s due for release as a single in April 2016.

What’s the song used in [insert name of episode]?

Music is chosen by the sound editing department, who know a lot more about all kinds of music than I do! And the instrumental music in the show is written for the show by composer Andy Price. If you have any questions about the instrumental music, you can contact Andy via his website – http://movingimagemusic.com

However, since 90% of music questions are about the track used in ‘Maddy Cool’ – many fans seem to think it’s Sunshine by Toni Cataldi.

How did you come up with the idea for Wolfblood, and how did it get commissioned?

I speak at length about that here:  http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/writersroom/posts/Wolfblood

Are you ever going to feature vampires in Wolfblood? What about other supernatural creatures?

Definitely no vampires! Vampires bore me: they’re whiny and self-obsessed. I don’t see what they would add to the show.

At the moment, we have no plans to feature any other supernatural creatures in Wolfblood. We’d rather do one thing well than throw in all kinds of creatures and over-complicate the show.

Can wolfbloods have human children, and vice versa? What if a wolfblood and a human have children together?

Being a wolfblood is genetic, so if a wolfblood and a human had children together, the child would either inherit the wolfblood gene and be a wolfblood, or inherit the human gene and be human. And theoretically, I suppose a gene could lie dormant and then manifest in a future generation, so in theory, someone could unexpectedly have a wolfblood child…

Questions about: DVDs and merchandise

Will there be a DVD release? 

At the moment, there are two sets of DVD releases:

Season one, two and three DVDs have been released in Germany, and are available in many other countries via Amazon and other online retailers. They can be played with the original English-language soundtrack (original actors’ voices, music, etc), as well as in a dubbed German-language version. Check your DVD player can play a Region 2 disc before ordering!

And all three seasons are available on DVD in the US, available from all the usual retailers. Again, these are available to ship to other countries from Amazon and other online retailers. Check your DVD player can play a Region 1 disc before ordering!

A UK DVD release for all the seasons will hopefully happen eventually, but I don’t have any details on when yet.

What about merchandise?

A range of merchandise is slowly being rolled out. Here’s what’s available so far:

A one-off Wolfblood magazine was released in October 2014. You can still order copies, for delivery to the UK or overseas, from

http://titan.subscribeonline.co.uk/Products/totally

Wolfblood posters in several different designs are available from a number of online retailers. Google “Wolfblood poster” and you’ll get plenty of options.

A Wolfblood mug is available from gb.posters.com, and probably from elsewhere as well. There’s a 2015 calendar,  and children’s pyjamas, produced by Fashion UK, available on Amazon.co.uk and elsewhere.

And inevitably, there are various items of fan-designed unofficial merchandise available on various sites.

Other Wolfblood merchandise is currently being considered. Once I have more information, I’ll update the FAQ. I expect this merchandise will be available by mail order to other countries too – but until we know what it is and which retailers will be stocking it, we just don’t know.

Are there Wolfblood books?

We’ve signed a contract with a publishing company to produce novelisations (book versions of the TV episodes) and potentially other Wolfblood books. The first three books, summarising seasons one to three, are out now, and can be bought online and from all the normal booksellers. A book covering season four will follow once season four has been broadcast.

Will there ever be a Wolfblood movie?

There has been some discussion of a movie, but so far, there are no firm plans for one. If that changes, I’ll update the FAQ.

Questions about: appearing in Wolfblood, writing for Wolfblood, and careers in the television industry

How can I audition to be in Wolfblood? or appear as an extra? 

You need to have previous acting experience, and an agent, to have a chance of appearing in Wolfblood (or any other TV show). Shooting takes place on a very tight schedule and a very limited budget, and we have to be sure that everyone we employ knows their job and can do it with the minimum of supervision. And yes, that does make life hard for young actors starting out, but we have to do what’s best for the show.

If you have an agent, they’ll know how to arrange an audition for you. And if you don’t – well, your first task is to get an agent!

And remember, acting is a long game, and setting your heart on appearing in one particular show probably isn’t wise. Concentrate on creating a career for yourself, not just getting a role on Wolfblood.

Please note – I get a lot of messages from people telling me at great length how brilliant they are and what their drama teacher says about them and how many plays they’ve been in… Sorry, but you’re telling the wrong person. I don’t make the casting decisions. That’s the job of the casting director, and I stand back and let them do their job.

How do I become an actor? Any tips?

Obviously I’m a writer, not an actor, so I have no direct experience of this, but… Join a youth theatre or a Saturday drama class. Look for ones that put on plays, not song-and-dance showcases. Join an amateur dramatics group, they’re often eager for younger members. Check out local colleges: film students often need actors for their short films. Basically, find any opportunity you can to perform in public.

Once you have some experience, you can invite agents to come see you perform, and they may agree to become your agent. The first few will probably say no, so keep going.

And bear in mind: in order to succeed, you need to work harder and be more dedicated than the thousands of other youngsters who also want to act. You’ve going to have to take the initiative, search for opportunities – build your career yourself, not sit around waiting for a golden opportunity to fall into your lap.

You’re also going to have to work your way up from the bottom. That means playing roles you don’t enjoy, in crummy theatres or unpaid student films, providing your own costumes and paying for your own meals. There’s precious little glamour at any level of the industry, and none whatsoever when you’re starting out! But if you’re dedicated and determined enough, you might just make it…

I live outside Britain – do I have any chance of getting a role in the series?

Honestly? That’s not going to happen. Like any other profession, you can’t just turn up in the UK and start working: you have to have the legal right to live here and work here. Unless you have UK or EU citizenship, or some other legal right to work in the UK, it would be against the law for us to cast you in the show. So you should concentrate on building an acting career in your own country.

I’m interested in writing for TV: can I read one of the Wolfblood scripts?

The script for season 1 episode 10, The Call Of The Wild,  is available to download from the BBC’s writersroom website: go to

http://www.bbc.co.uk/writersroom/scripts/wolfblood-s1-ep10

Writersroom also has a lot of great information, inspiring stories and details of writing competitions and opportunities, so it’s a good place to get started writing.

I’m a writer – how would I go about getting a job writing Wolfblood?

If you’re an experienced writer with previous TV or film credits, get your agent to contact CBBC in the usual way.

If you don’t have an agent or previous experience, your best way to get noticed is via BBC Writers Room, who hold  ‘open calls’ for scripts by new writers every few months. If you send in your script and they like it, they might recommend you to write for Wolfblood (or some other show). Follow the directions on their site http://www.bbc.co.uk/writersroom

How does an episode of Wolfblood get written? What’s the process?

Check out this post

https://debbiemoon.wordpress.com/2013/02/05/how-a-wolfblood-script-is-written/

I have ideas for episodes/ plot lines you could use in future seasons/ Wolfblood fan fiction: can I send them to you? 

I’ve tried being polite about this, and people are ignoring it, so let me make this very clear. YOU MUST NOT SEND ME PLOT IDEAS, SUGGESTIONS, OR EVEN WOLFBLOOD FAN FICTION. EVER. If people keep doing so, I will have to close down this site.

Writers and production companies have to be very careful that they don’t lay themselves open to accusations of stealing ideas. There have been cases with other shows where fans have sued the show for ‘stealing’ ideas from their fan fiction, or from episode ideas they’ve sent in without being asked. The best defence we have have against that is never to read any ideas submitted by anyone outside the show.

So none of us are allowed to read any suggestions, ideas, plot suggestions, fan fiction, or anything related to Wolfblood. It doesn’t matter if you promise not to sue – we still can’t read it. It doesn’t matter if you say it’s just for fun – we still can’t read it. It doesn’t matter what you say – we still can’t read it! So please don’t send anything, via this blog or anywhere else.

Questions about: fan mail, contacting the cast

Where can I send fan mail to the cast?

If you send it to  [Actor’s name], Wolfblood, CBBC, Bridge House, BBC MediaCity UK, Salford, M50 2QH,  it will be passed on to them from there. Alternatively, you could probably find out their agent on Google and send it to the agent’s office – it might well reach them faster that way.

Can you pass on a message to the cast for me?

Unfortunately not, because of the sheer number of people who ask. I get asked this 250 – 300 times a year, and not only would I never remember all those messages, it would take days for me to recite them all to the cast!

So how can I contact the cast?

Apart from the fan mail address, above? They’re all on Twitter, some have Instagram accounts… You’ll probably be able to find them on various social media.

Questions about: how the show is filmed

Do you use real wolves when filming the show?

No. The wolves are computer-animated by our special effects company (Trixter, for seasons 1-3, and Jellyfish for season 4).

How long does it take to film an episode of Wolfblood?

That’s hard to answer, because we don’t start at the beginning and work to the end: all the scenes in one location are filmed first, then all the scenes in another, and so on.

If we’re filming in a location – say, in the school canteen – we’ll shoot the canteen-based scenes from two or three different episodes in the same day, to save time. The most time-comsuming (and therefore expensive) part of filming is moving people and equipment from location to location, so we arrange filming so we move as little as possible.

At a guess, it takes between five and six working days to shoot an episode, depending on how many moves between locations, how many stunts, and how many complicated scenes there are.

Is there a real village called Stoneybridge? Or a real school called Bradlington High?

No. See the next question…

Where is Wolfblood filmed?

The village we use as Stoneybridge is Blanchlands, in Northumbria. The school, the woods, and most of the other locations are within a few miles of there. And city locations, such as those in season 4, are  in nearby Newcastle-Upon-Tyne.

How do you do the yellow eyes?

Mostly contact lenses, sometimes CGI (when we actually see them change).

What’s your favourite episode? Your favourite character?

People keep asking me these questions, and weirdly, they’re impossible to answer. When you write something, no part of it, no individual character, is your favourite. You love every part of it for different reasons.

Which character is most like you?

None of the characters is exactly like me, but I suppose the closest to me as a teenager is Shannon…

Questions about: previous episodes, characters and backstory

What would happen if a Wolfblood and a human had a child together? Would the baby be human or Wolfblood?

Depends. Being Wolfblood is genetic, so the baby would either inherit the human genes and be human, or the Wolfblood ones, and be Wolfblood. So some of their children would be Wolfblood and some human.

What happens to the characters’ clothes when they transform?

CBBC rules forbid us to show the characters naked, or even imply that they’re naked offscreen. So we have to pretend that the clothes somehow vanish with them and then reappear. Of course it makes no logical sense, really, but we have no other option.

In the third season episode “The Dark Of The Rune”, all Wolfbloods in the world fall into a coma due to a mysterious comet. Our heroes find a solution – but what about Maddy and her parents in Canada, and all the other Wolfbloods worldwide? What happened to them?

I didn’t write that episode, but my understanding is that the solution our characters find puts a kind of ‘shield’ around the comet, cutting off its effects all across the planet. So basically, everyone else woke up at the same time Rhydian and Jana did.

Do you write differently for children than for adults? Do you ever think “Oh, we can’t do that in a children’s show”?

Not really, no. Any story you can tell to adults, you can tell to children. You just tell it a little differently. Over the years, we’ve dealt with parental abandonment, bullying, emotional abuse within families, the care system, and Shannon being wrongly sent to a psychiatrist – all pretty serious topics. it’s a just a question of how you present the subject within the story.

How did Maddy’s parents meet? And where do you imagine other wolfbloods meeting each other in general?

I would think settled Wolfbloods find ways to meet up – secret events, perhaps? Every community has its big events and rituals. As for how Daniel and Emma met… well, maybe one day we’ll find out!

Do you believe in people transforming into wolves/ werewolves in real life?

I believe in things we have evidence for, and so far, there’s no evidence for werewolves or anything like them. However, the idea is a great way to explore the dark side that we all have, and how we choose to deal with it…

I’ve noticed that Maddy and other characters often say ‘us’ instead of ‘me’. Is that the local dialect?

Yes, in the Northumbria/ Newcastle area, it’s perfectly normal to use ‘us’ instead of ‘me’.

What’s the language spoken by the wild wolfbloods?

That’s Welsh. This particular wild pack came originally from Wales, but were disturbed by human activity and relocated somewhere north of Stoneybridge  (probably somewhere in the Highlands of Scotland, but wild Wolfbloods aren’t exactly experts in geography…)

Questions about: leaving comments and questions on this site

I posted a comment in the comments section, below, and it hasn’t appeared yet!

I moderate every comment before it becomes visible to the public. I might do that quickly, or I might not do it for several hours. So be patient…

What are the do’s and don’ts for leaving questions here?

– DO state your question clearly and simply. I get a lot of vague questions like  “When will it show here?”  (“It” being which season? “Here” being where?)  So try to state your question clearly and briefly…

– DON’T bother asking what’s going to happen in upcoming episodes. The only response you will ever get is  “no spoilers”.

– DO be realistic about whether I can actually do what you’re asking (let alone whether I should!)  I’ve had people ask me to get them an acting agent, help them direct their first movie, help them get their novel published, and even get them a date with a member of the cast – none of which I can do!

Bearing all of that in mind, feel free to leave your question in the comments section below, and I’ll answer it as soon as I can…

74 comments on “Wolfblood FAQ

  1. Cassi says:

    To me, Jana, Imara, TJ, Matei, Selina, and even Emilia are the new faces of Wolfblood. The story has kind of evolved to newer places and taken interesting turns, and it seems (to me) that Bobby or Aimee or even Louisa or Kedar don’t necessarily fit into the current plot anymore. The characters had happy/optimistic endings and the actors apparently moved on with their careers, which is good for them, but I feel like the current Wolfblood is thriving. It’s mostly the younger fans who are still getting their hopes up when even the tiniest possibility is mentioned of them being put right back into the story IF they wanted to come back (which like you said, they currently don’t.).

    All the younger fans see is “Let’s ask them 1000 times to return on all forms of social media, because they will be put back in to the story”…(even though that’s only part of what was said) it’s tunnel vision for them. I think they interpret some of the responses as though it’d be easy as saying yes to get them to return, without understanding the logistics and planning that goes into filming a show like Wolfblood, scheduling everyone, contracts, locations and more.

  2. IngramAlastrine4b says:

    Maybe I’m just wasting Your time, but I just have to ask:
    1) Are there any other wolfbloods, that can use ansin, like Jana?
    2) I noticed the ESP abilities of a wolfbloods are just based on popular psionic/real life abilities, like eolas is like a form of remote viewing, and ansin is nothing more than psychometry… I just wonder, if humans (in the series of course) could’ve learn to use eolas/ansin, like wolfbloods?
    3) How old is actually Meinir? Is she in Aran’s age/older/younger? And would she appear in eventual next series?

    • debbiemoon says:

      1) a few, but not many
      2) human psychic abilities are similar, but not exactly the same.
      3) she’s probably about 26, 27? As for next series (if there is one) you’ll have to wait and see

  3. Rosie H says:

    Hi, i absoloutly LOVED season 4, definitely the best so far. But i was just wondering if matei and jana are offically together or not, because it never really said so in the final episode. I really want them to, because i think they are perfect for each other.

    thank you so much for making a 4th series

  4. Cuan says:

    The way that T.J’s lack of wolfblood transformation until a later age makes it seem like a puberty-like thing, like early and late bloomers. Am I correct in assuming this or am I being idiotic?

    • debbiemoon says:

      Quite like puberty, yes.

      • Hayden says:

        How long do wild pack(s) stay in a territory before Moving on. And when wild Wolfbloods or any wolfblood in fact. How do they deal with the after math?

      • debbiemoon says:

        I think part of your second question is missing.
        First question: wild packs don’t move on from their territory unless forced to.

      • Hayden says:

        Ok thank you, but in the Jana bites episodes, Aran was complaining that the water was bad and and their instincts were telling them to go, my second question ment to say when wolfbloods die, what happens after is it just like humans or do they have to have a different procedure to bring buried or cremated ect,

        Also if katrina and Jana could be such great friends out of school, why was it there never got on in bradlington high?

      • debbiemoon says:

        Like I said: unless forced to.
        Perhaps we’ll find out one day.
        They’re both much more mature now.

  5. Ellie says:

    What about different types of wolves? Or species like coyotes and foxes? Will there be any variation between different types of wolfbloods?

  6. Tony says:

    I really love the show i was just thinking what if Maddy and Rhydian showed up out of the blue in the last episode and confronted Jana about what she did

  7. wolfAD2312 says:

    Hi, quick question today. Did Emilia transform during or after the fire? Thanks in advance!

  8. Francesca says:

    Hi, does Leona Vaughan have a PO box? Do you know where I could send her something?
    I absolutely loved series 4 and I can’t wait to see if there’s a series 5, and I was also wondering if you know which acting agencies the cbbc use, thanks!

  9. sara123 says:

    hi again i just wanted to ask if you do get a season 5, is there any chance that you could do a Christmas themed episode please…?

    • debbiemoon says:

      We don’t do holiday-themed episodes, because the show is shown all round the world at totally different times of the year. Nothing worse than a Christmas episode transmitting in August or March…

  10. Sophie says:

    Hi Debbie,
    I have a few questions…
    1. Would you ever consider filming a birthday-themed/centred episode? Like, it could be Jana’s bday…
    2. Would you ever introduce a new special character? Like, Jana could have a sister she never knew about… Or her mum could turn up?
    3. Could you have Wolfbloods with disabilities featured in Series 5? (If there will be a S5)

  11. Fred says:

    Hi! I have a couple more questions:
    – How is “top dog” chosen at Segolia? Like, it is mentioned Victoria became “top dog” after Kincaid went down, but how did it happen, exactly? Is it always the same?
    – Could Jana have defeated Imara, had TJ not interfered? I mean, she is wild, and has fought before. Has Imara ever fought before for her leadership?
    – And finally, what’s going to happen to Shannon’s scholarship now that Segolia is down?

    Thanks!

    • debbiemoon says:

      Victoria was promoted to head of security because she caught Kincaid. Promotion within Segolia has to be handled as in any other corporation, or the human employees would become suspicious.
      Maybe she could have. Imara probably doesn’t get into many fights…
      Yes, that probably is gone. But Shannon’s resourceful, she’ll find a way.

  12. sara123 says:

    hi i have another few questions
    who founded Segolia and how old is it?
    and also if Segolia is a global cooperation, then did it go down worldwide, did all those people and wolfbloods lose their jobs?

    also this is a bit of a weird one but can some wolfbloods live with actual wolves in the wild?

    • debbiemoon says:

      Segolia has always existed in one form or another: Wolfblood fixers, negotiators, spies. It became a company about a hundred years ago.

      Yes, Segolia has ceased to exist globally.

      Wolves would be very wary of Wolfbloods, but if someone gained their trust, it’s possible.

      • kasculver@gmail.com says:

        Hi, I was wondering if you can take me off this list because I have receive many email from you guys and it’s irrelevant to me anymore. I still love the show but it gets quite annoying when you receive 100 email that aren’t important.

        Thank you

        Sent from my iPhone

        >

      • debbiemoon says:

        I’m not sending you e-mails.

  13. George says:

    Hi Debbie,
    Have u done the thing I was talking about? ☺

    • debbiemoon says:

      No – because I don’t know this person, or you, and so I can’t be sure that what you’re telling me about them is true. If he contacts me directly, I’ll talk to him (on Twitter). But I’m not going to contact total strangers on the word of someone I don’t know. I’m sorry if you’re offended by that, but it’s just good online etiquette.

  14. deshawn brown says:

    I think there should be two more seasons to take on the story of jana and describe her history and her new pack to be honest jana is still a mystery character and although season four gives the viewer a good depicted summary of jana I believe there is still much to learn about her it’s is a really good series and now that jana is living her own story it would be more interested to get deeper into jana and the rest of the wolfbloods

    • Hayd says:

      In stoneybridge bridge, Tom and Shannon found about about the secret, do you think thay there are places like that around the world where the secret had been b discovered within a small social groupe?

  15. Michael Vizcarrondo Angel Jr says:

    Will Maddy Smith/Aimee Kelly and Rydian Morris/Bobby Lockwood return is season 4?

  16. sara123 says:

    do you know why are cbbc taking so long to decide whether to cast another series?

  17. francesca says:

    Hi! I was just wondering if you could tell me, or add the FAQ, how to spell all the different Wolfblood terminology? Eolas etc.
    Thanks:)

  18. ellis pollard says:

    I wrote to Leona Vaughan 3 weeks ago. Do you know if and when I might get a reply?
    I live in Florida just for the estimation time of reply.

  19. ellis pollard says:

    Well since season 4 ended , i would think that she would have time to write back

    • debbiemoon says:

      It depends what other projects she’s acting in…

      • ambsjackson says:

        Update on Aimee Kelly if you’re interested in adding it to the FAQ to help people understand more? She doesn’t live in the UK anymore, she lives in LA studying at the American Academy Of Dramatic Arts and doing a lot of auditioning.

  20. amy says:

    i hope Jarna and Matei get together and amillia comes back

  21. E says:

    I loved season four!!! It was amazing!! I hope there will be a season five. Please don’t end wolfblood!!!

  22. Thalia V. says:

    Ok this is a really odd question. So I apologize in advance:) Do you know what the name of the song is in the season 1 episode Maddy Cool, when Maddy is dying her hair and trying on new outfits. It goes something like “I know something you dont know” over and over. Thanks:)

  23. Thalia V. says:

    Sorry! I had skimmed over the FAQ and didn’t see the part where you said you don’t know about the music😦

  24. Jack says:

    why was Bryn not In The Wild pack In Series 4

  25. Jack Turley says:

    Why Did the original dr white wood in series 2 change to a new actor in series 3

  26. Jack says:

    Will Aimee kelly ever return to wolfblood with Bobby Lockwood Louisa and kedar

  27. danny says:

    Will there be a Season 5 Of Wolfblood?

  28. Fred says:

    Hi! One question: Bryn seemed much younger than Rhydian; in series 1, Rhydian said we was in foster care since he was 2, and then in series 3 Ceri says his father walked out on them (both), as in having left when Rhydian was still with her. As he must have gone away when she was pregnant, shouldn’t that make Bryn just a couple of years younger than Rhydian?

    • debbiemoon says:

      No, Gerwyn walked out some years after Rhydian was lost. Ceri’s “both” is more of a general point: Gerwyn went to the human world and worked for Segolia, so he could have looked for Rhydian much earlier- but he chose not to.

      • Fred says:

        Great, thanks!!

      • Fred says:

        Sorry, I’ve got another question (I’m rewatching series 3 and remembering some things I wondered the first time I saw it, but back then I didn’t know about this blog). What did Jana see when she used Ansion on the wolf emblem from the past (the relics found on Katrina’s attic)?

      • debbiemoon says:

        As you know, we never find out what people see using ansion, only what they hear.

  29. Jack says:

    What is janas last name?

  30. wolfAD2312 says:

    Hi! I’ve discovered that a few of the Wolfblood cast have posted on Twitter and Instagram that they all went to Manchester. Rukku Nahar said in her tweet that it was ‘filming something special for all the Wolfblood fans’. I’m curious to know what it is, but if you can’t tell for any reason, that’s fine. Thanks in advance, and sorry for being nosy 😂.

  31. Fred says:

    Hi! I’ve just finished rewatching series 3, and I have a couple more questions (thanks in advance for all your answers, including all the ones you already gave me before):
    – Aran gave Meinir the red serum to see if that would bring her wolf back. Although it didn’t, shouldn’t she still have all the wolfblood abilities? And shouldn’t it have improved her immune system too? How come she was so weak afterwards (series 4)?
    – What happened to Dacia, Liam and Jimmy after the events of series 3?
    – How come Liam just gave up his werewolf hunting days when he found out about wolfbloods, when he was so determined on following his great grandfather’s footsteps before? All the conversations between him and Maddy, about werewolfs being monsters come to mind, and it seems unlikely of him.
    – And, did you ever consider other couples among the main characters, like Tom and Jana for example? We haven’t seen a couple formed by a human and a wolfblood yet (except for TJ and Holly, but that wouldn’t have worked because of all the things that were going on); does that happen, or is it extremely rare?

    Thanks again!

    • debbiemoon says:

      Kincaid was trying to eliminate the entire Wolfblood experience: transforming, abilities, everything. And as explained in the episode, Meinir had already been through a full moon, so it was too late.
      Perhaps we’ll find out one day.
      What Liam found wasn’t what he was expecting to find. That changed his mind about a lot of things.
      We discuss all the possibilities, but the relationships we write are the ones that develop naturally during writing…

      • Fred says:

        Thanks! But, there’s one more thing I don’t understand, about my first question. Kincaid said to the kids that, if they behaved, he would give them the red serum when they were older, which would give them all the abilities their kind once had, but they weren’t going to be wolfbloods. That implies that the red serum would work on de-wolfed wolfbloods, but it wouldn’t bring their wolf back, yet still give them their old abilities back. The red serum didn’t work on Meinir, in the sense that it didn’t bring her wolf back, but it should have at least restored her old wolfblood abilities. My understanding of the red serum was that it gave humans wolfblood-like abilities, and the green serum turned wolfbloods into humans; so after going through a full moon, a humanized wolfblood should get their abilities back by using the red serum, even if it doesn’t bring back his wolf, because it’s too late for that. Isn’t it so?

      • debbiemoon says:

        The children haven’t been dewolfed – they’re too young to transform. That’s what makes the difference.

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