A poster promoting the launch of the series.
|Created by||John Leekley|
|Starring||Lou Diamond Phillips
Mary Elizabeth Winstead
|Opening theme||"Quiet the Night" by Ran Galor|
|Country of origin||United States
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||10 (1 non-aired pilot)|
|Executive producer(s)||Katie O'Hara
|Running time||44 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Cherry Pie Productions
Big Ticket Television
Paramount Network Television
|Distributor||CBS Television Distribution|
|Original release||September 19, 2001– May 1, 2002|
Wolf Lake is an American television series that originally aired on CBS. Wolf Lake follows a pack of werewolves living in a Seattle suburb. Nine regular episodes were produced, but only five aired before the series was canceled; the full series later aired on UPN.
The series is available on DVD.
Seattle policeman John Kanin proposes to his girlfriend, Ruby Wilder, and she accepts. However, as she gets into her car, she is attacked and all Kanin finds is a severed hand. He travels to her hometown of Wolf Lake to find some answers. However, his experiences there raise even more questions. What John doesn't know is that some of the inhabitants of Wolf Lake are actually werewolves. The werewolves, or the ones who survive the change, live on the "Hill" and enjoy special treatment, separated from the normal humans.
- Lou Diamond Phillips - Detective/Officer John Kanin
- Tim Matheson - Sheriff Matthew "Matt" Donner
- Graham Greene - Mr. Sherman Blackstone
- Mary Elizabeth Winstead - Sophia Donner
- Sharon Lawrence - Vivian "V" Cates
- Scott Bairstow - Tyler Creed
- Mia Kirshner - Ruby Wilder/Cates/Creed
- Bruce McGill - Willard "Will" Cates
- Paul Wesley - Lucas "Luke" Cates
- Kellie Waymire - Miranda Devereaux
- Fiona Scott - Presley
- Carmen Moore - Deputy Molly
- Christian Bocher - Buddy Hooks
- Bill Mondy
- Gregory Itzin
- Sam Anderson
- Levi James
- Craig Olejnik
- Sarah Carter
- Ralph J. Alderman
- Craig Bruhnanski
- Steve Makaj
- Kelly Dean Sereda
- Deanne Henry
- Ryan Robbins
- Jodelle Ferland
The show received two Emmy nominations for Outstanding Main Title Design and Outstanding Main Title Theme Music.
- Meat The Parents
- The Changing
- Soup to Nuts
- Tastes Like Chicken
- Excitable Boy
- Four Feet Under
- Leader of the Pack
- Legend of Lost Lenore
- If These Wolves Could Talk
- "Wolf Lake: Additional Bonus Material Announced" (Press release). TV Shows on DVD. October 8, 2012. Retrieved October 10, 2012.
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