This week’s episode of Raised by Wolves delivered an unusual amount of horror, with faceless, murderous androids laying waste to secondary characters, eels slithering everywhere, and ancient humanoids reanimating in the bowels of temples. It also raised many more questions than it answered, and Raised by Wolves season 2, episode 6, titled “The Tree”, will have its work cut out. Here’s where we stand:
- Marcus descended into a temple under the guise of a prophesized trial and discovered a strange humanoid reanimated by Holly’s Mithraic necklace. He also retrieved a data card.
- Marcus’s followers were almost all wiped out by Vrille, and Marcus himself was taken away by Father and Lucius.
- Paul was healed thanks to what might have been divine intervention, though Sue isn’t entirely sure.
- Father’s reanimated lifeform remains mysterious but seems to respond to his jokes, which is enough for him.
Raised by Wolves season 2, episode 6 release date:
“The Tree” will premiere on March, 2022. The new episodes will air weekly on Thursdays, on HBO and HBO Max, at 3:00 a.m. ET / 12:00 a.m. PT.
Where to watch Raised by Wolves online:
As mentioned above, Raised by Wolves is exclusive to HBO and HBO Max. To watch the series on HBO Max you need to have its subscription, which is available for $9.99 (with ads) or $14.99 (ad-free) per month (or $99.99/$149.99 a year).
How many episodes are in Raised by Wolves Season 2?
Raised by Wolves Season 2 will have eight episodes, airing weekly each Thursday and running between 45-55 minutes.
- Episode 1 and 2, “The Collective” and “Seven”, aired on February 3, 2022.
- Episode 3, “Good Creatures”, will air on February 10, 2022.
- Episode 4, “Control”, will air on February 17, 2022.
- Episode 5, “King”, will air on February 24, 2022.
- Episode 6, “The Tree”, will air on March 3, 2022.
- Episode 7 will air on March 10, 2022.
- Episode 8 will air on March 17, 2022.
Is there a trailer for Raised by Wolves Season 2?
Yes! Here it is:
Preview and predictions for “The Tree”:
Lots to discuss here.
- With Marcus being taken back to the Collective, his relationship with “Sol” is going to come under question, as are his recent discoveries.
- I think we’re building towards the idea that Father’s new friend is also the source of the voices and visions that Marcus, Paul, and now Sue have all experienced — and I think we’re also building to the idea that it’s some kind of highly advanced alien lifeform, perhaps native to the planet.
- The Collective is almost certain to rise up against Mother, since they’re already fearing her leadership style, and Marcus’s arrival there might well exacerbate this dynamic.