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Arian Moayed continues the suspense in the second season of The Accidental Wolf. Adding a foundation to the characters for a better understanding of who they are as the writer and director of the hit series.
In The Accidental Wolf Season 2, six months has passed since Katie (Kelli O’Hara, “Sex and the City”) answered a phone call that upended her life and put the fate of a pregnant and wounded stranger in her hands. Her family is threatening to medicate her and take away her daughter. Every lead has gone cold. Katie attempts to return to her old life, but a new faction emerges that pulls her deeper into the mystery of what happened on the fateful night of the unknown call and brings danger straight to her doorstep.
The filmmaker, Arian Moayed started his found theater during college and continued professionally in New York. His character of Musa in Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo granted Moayed a Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play among other awards. To further his career in theater he started writing and directing. He has been seen in films like Omar, Rock the Kasbah and last year’s Spider-Man: No Way Home. Television series have been no exception with Believe, Madam Secretary, HBO Max hits Love Life and Succession.
I was connected with Arian Moayed to talk about the second season of The Accidental Wolf. He shared where he found the inspiration for this concept as the writer and opened up about a character that was created based on someone in real life. In addition to the third season, career and more.
The Accidental Wolf season two is now available on topic.com and other streaming services.
Sources: LRM Exclusive, Topic Entertainment