The trailer looks like it takes much of what worked in the Wolf Creek feature films and expands upon that in this long format adaptation. Looks can be deceptive but the program definitely looks very promising.
John Jarratt will be returning as Mick Taylor. The series was developed for television by Greg McLean, who wrote and directed the first and second installments in the series. The project will be produced for the Australian streaming service Stan. However, the service does appear to be available stateside. And they are even offering a free 30-day trial at the moment.
The series is being produced by Screentime and McLean’s Emu Creek Pictures. It is slated for a May 12, 2016 release. All episodes will be available on that day.
In the miniseries, Liz, a 19-year old girl, survives an ordeal with Mick Taylor and turns the tables on her captor after her escape. Lucy Fry (Vampire Academy) will tackle the role of Eve.
Also featuring are Deborah Mailman, Dustin Clare, Miranda Tapsell, Richard Cawthorne, Jake Ryan, and Jessica Tovey.