If you’re like me, you were pretty devastated by the way The Wilds Season 2 ended. The boys weren’t necessary and everything that happened could have been avoided if they had just left well enough alone. But we all know that’s not how things work in The Wilds. The characters would never be able to fix their lives by themselves, so it was written that one of the siblings would have to sacrifice himself for the others.
But the good news is, we got a pretty good idea of how that plays out in The Wilds Season 3 finale this week. If you were watching along with me and didn’t get spoiled by Reddit or other message boards, then you might not have a lot of questions left. But if you’ve been binge-watching as I have, then you might still have some stuff to figure out.
Do you know about the release date of The Wilds Season 2:
This series will be released in May 2022. Also, the series has been renewed for season 3 which will be released in October 2022 as well. The episode starts out with a bang. We see the four boys standing over the now emptied and bloodied pool of the creature they’ve been hunting. The creature looks like it’s going to come back to life, but it strangely doesn’t move at all.
A drop of blood leaks out of its eye and eventually starts to drip down the bridge of its nose. But even after this happens, it still doesn’t move to attack them or run away. One of the boys says “I’m going to eat his eye,” and goes in for a bite.
Here is the plot of The Wilds Season 2:
The plot of The Wilds Season 2 is that the boys have taken down the creature and are trying to figure out what to do next. Their parents have basically abandoned them and they have no idea how to get back home.
The boys are looking into the old book they found in their house and they think they can use its contents to find a way back home. But after reading it, they’ve come up with two major problems. The first one is that it confirms everything about the monster we just saw earlier but doesn’t tell them how to kill it before it comes back for a rematch.
The Name of Cast & Characters of The Wilds Season 2:
- Rachel Griffiths (Gretchen)
- David Sullivan (Daniel)
- Troy Winbush (Dean)
- Sophia Ali (Fatin)
- Sarah Pidgeon (Leah)
- Jenna Clause (Martha)
What can we expect from Season 2 of The Wilds?
We can expect that the boys haven’t gotten any better at hiding their secret identities. It doesn’t seem like they have any plan for trying to keep people from finding out who they are in the first place. The boys just go out and act in a very normal way, and still don’t act like they should be afraid of the authorities finding out who they are.
What happened to Momma?
Momma ended up being knocked out pretty badly by Dean during his altercation with Leah. His bite somehow knocked her unconscious, and it’s unclear at this point if she’s going to be okay when she wakes up.
The Wilds Season 2 is definitely going to deal with the aftermath of Dean’s bite on his mother, including repercussions from the rest of their family. We have to wonder whether or not Momma will communicate with the boys later on in The Wilds Season 3.
Who will be the new headmaster at The Wilds School for Gifted Youth?
I’m assuming at least one of the brothers will be the new headmaster, but we don’t know who yet. There is a chance that it could be Daniel since he had to take over the school in The Wilds Season 1. This would be a good time for him to use his leadership skills and teach the boys about living under the radar.
First look at ‘The Wilds’ season 2.
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Will there be any new characters or plotlines in Season 2?
It seems like it’s unlikely we’ll see any new characters introduced, but season 2 might just shift all of the focus to the characters we already know. There were some theories about The Wilds setting up for a Martha storyline this season, but she doesn’t really show up until the final episode. The show is more focused on family and real-life issues, so we don’t need any new characters to spice things up.