From master storyteller and filmmaker Ridley Scott, Raised by Wolves centers on two androids tasked with raising human children on a mysterious virgin planet. As the burgeoning colony of humans threatens to be torn apart by religious differences, the androids learn that controlling the beliefs of humans is a treacherous and difficult task.

Raised by Wolves debuts on HBO Max on September 3rd.

Release Schedule

Episode 101: Raised by Wolves  –  Thursday, September 3

Episode 102: Pentagram  –  Thursday, September 3

Episode 103: Virtual Faith  –  Thursday, September 3

Episode 104: Nature’s Course – Thursday, September 10

Episode 105: Infected Memory – Thursday, September 10

Episode 106: Lost Paradise – Thursday, September 17

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Amanda Collin

Amanda Collin is an award winning, highly talented and versatile international actress. Born and raised in Copenhagen, Denmark. After graduating from The William Esper Studio in New York in 2011, Amanda has within few years gone from important supporting roles to strong and acclaimed leading roles on screen and onstage Amanda has established herself as a well-respected actress internationally in both drama and comedy.

Amanda will in 2020 star in The Exception by Jesper W. Nielsen, which is based on the best seller by Christian Jungersen. In 2019 Amanda appeared in Daniel Borgman’s Resin for which she was nominated for a Robert for best supporting actress. Amanda Collin will soon star in Ridley Scott’s upcoming HBO Max Sci Fi drama series Raised by Wolves.

Amanda had her big breakthrough in 2017 playing the leading role of the dominant Marie in the much debated feature film A Horrible Woman, about a modern relationship, as seen through the eyes of a man. For this achievement Amanda won both the Robert and the Danish Critics Award Bodil award for Best Actress in 2018.

In 2017, Amanda was nominated for the Danish Academy Award Robert for her supporting role of Rakel, the religious mother of two kidnapped children in the Danish box office hit Department Q: A Conspiracy of Faith (2016) directed by Hans Petter Moland.

Amanda appeared on stage in 2018 in Never Dry Tears Away Without Wearing Gloves directed by Peter Christoffersen and in Møller and Larsen directed by Thomas Bendixen, both at the Royal Danish Theatre. In 2017, she impressed both audience and the Danish critics for her outstanding performance in the title role in Strindberg’ s drama Miss Julie at the Royal Danish Theatre.

From 2015-16, Amanda was part of the Mungo Park Theatre ensemble, where she played in H.C. Andersen’s Fairytales (2015), Boys Don’t Cry (2016), and Hamlet (2016).

Amanda Collin has manifested herself as a modern character actress with the rare combination of an intellectual funny bone.


Abubakar Salim

Abubakar Salim will soon be seen starring in the coveted role of ‘Father’ in Ridley Scott’s 10 part sci-fi drama series RAISED BY WOLVES, which is currently shooting in South Africa. This highly anticipated TNT series revolves around two androids tasked with raising human children on a mysterious virgin planet. The series also stars Travis Fimmel.

In 2018, Salim was nominated for a BAFTA Games Award for Best Perfomer for his role as the main protagonist Bayek on Ubisoft’s ASSASSIN’S CREED ORIGINS.

On British television, Salim starred in the period drama JAMESTOWN as well as a recurring role in the Sam Mendes produced BBC/Amazon series INFORMER. He also played a leading role in the mini-series FORTITUDE for Sky opposite Dennis Quaid.

His other credits include BLACK MIRROR, the Netflix/Canal Plus drama series SPOTLESS, and Jonah in the BBC adaptation of J.K. Rowling’s THE CUCKOO’S CALLING.


Travis Fimmel

Travis Fimmel is most known for playing the lead role of Ragnar on 4 seasons of History Channel’s hit original series Vikings. His performance in Season 2 landed him on Variety’s Emmy Contenders short-list and his final season, which aired in late 2016, earned equal acclaim. Up next he will star in Ridley Scott’s Raised by Wolves for HBO Max.

Film credits include the A24 film Lean On Pete opposite Chloe Sevigny, Steve Buscemi and Charlie Plummer, Dreamland opposite Margot Robbie, Danger Close,” a drama based on the real-life events of Australian soldiers at the Battle of Long Tan during the Vietnam War, the romantic comedy Maggie’s Plan starring alongside Julianne Moore, Ethan Hawke and Greta Gerwig, Warcraft for Legendary Pictures/Universal which amassed more than $450 million worldwide,  Needle with Ben Mendelsohn, Restraint opposite Teresa Palmer and Stephen Moyer, The Experiment with Adrien Brody, The Baytown Outlaws with Billy Bob Thornton and Harodim opposite Peter Fonda.  In 2008, he starred opposite the late Patrick Swayze on A&E’s drama series The Beast.


Niamh Algar

IIn 2018 Niamh Algar was named one of Screen International’s ‘Screen Stars of Tomorrow’ and in 2019 she was selected by BAFTA as one of their Breakthrough Brits, a highly coveted nod of support from the academy.

 Niamh was recently nominated for three IFTA awards in the categories: Actress in a Lead role in Drama, Actress in a Supporting Role in Drama and Actress in a Supporting Role in Film, for her three most recent projects: The Virtues, Pure and Calm with Horses.

 In Calm with Horses Niamh stars with Barry Keoghan and Cosmo Jarvis. The film saw its Irish release earlier this year and will release in the US later this month with a new title The Shadow of Violence. The film premiered at Toronto Film Festival and received a wave of positive reviews, with Niamh being highlighted as the ‘beating heart’ of the film.

 2019 was a breakout year for Niamh with leading roles in critically acclaimed projects across Channel 4 and the BBC.  Niamh was seen in TV mini-series The Virtues for Channel 4 from the multi-award-winning director Shane Meadows (This is England). Niamh also starred in Channel 4 series Pure with Charley Clive, Joe Cole and Anthony Welsh. The series will release on HBO Max in the US later this year.

 Niamh recently finished filming Censor directed by Prano Bailey-Bond, the psychological horror is about a young film censor who starts to lose her grasp on reality after watching a 1980s video. Niamh has also filmed Guy Ritchie’s latest project starring Jason Statham.  The untitled film will be released by Paramount and sees Niamh as the lead female actress.


Jordan Loughran

Jordan began her career at the age of 13 with a guest role on the CBBC drama UGETME. She then originated the role of ‘Emma M’ in the award-winning play SPUR OF THE MOMENT at the prestigious Royal Court Theatre in London, all while studying French and Spanish at King’s College London. After graduating, Jordan played the series regular role of ‘Eve’ in the BAFTA-winning CBBC series DIXI, the show was a huge success running for 4 seasons, in which Jordan appeared in 94 episodes. While working on DIXI, she booked the regular role of ‘Sorsha’ in the Disney series THE EVERMOOR CHRONICLES. Jordanthen went on to the Brad Furman directed feature THE INFILTRATOR with Bryan Cranston and Diane Kruger. Jordan was also seen on the NBC event series EMERALD CITY playing the role of ‘Tip’, a teen whose fate is tied to the Kingdom of Oz. Recently, she completed production as a series regular playing the role of ‘Tempest’ on the first season of the HBO MAX series RAISED BY WOLVES which was produced and directed by Ridley Scott. After completing production, she produced and directed her first short film SUPPER.


Matias Varela

Matias was most recently seen on the third season of Narcos for Netflix. In 2019 he can be seen starring in Jesper Ganslandt’s feature film 438 Days alongside Gustaf Skarsgård. Previously, Varela was seen opposite Michael Fassbender, Marion Cotillard and Alicia Vikander in director Justin Kurzel’s Assasin’s Creed.  Other recent credits include a recurring arc on The Borgias; the Point Break remake opposite Edgar Ramirez; starring in the Swedish series Arne Dahl; and starring in the Swedish Easy Money (Snabba Cash) franchise trilogy of films.

Aasiyah Shah

Television work includes Raised by Wolves – Season 1 Regular (HBO Max); Unforgotten Series 2 & 3 (MainStreet Pictures for ITV1); Call the Midwife (Neal Street for BBC1); and The Level (Hillbilly for ITV1). Film work includes The Orange Anarkali; Bush; The Energy Within and Shia/Sunni.

Theatre work includes Unknown Rivers (Hampstead Theatre); Sundowning (UK tour, Kali Theatre Company); Voices in the Dark (Shakespeare’s Globe); Spun (Arcola); Sanguine Night (RADA Festival); Anita and Me (Birmingham REP, TCT Company); Child of the Divide (UK tour, Tamasha & Bhuchar Boulevard theatre company); Seventeen (Lyric Hammersmith/Belvoir, Sydney); Tipping the Velvet (Lyric Hammersmith/Edinburgh Lyceum) and The Interventionists (Lyric Hammersmith).


Winta McGrath

Australian actor Winta McGrath played ‘Gully’ in ALOFT with Jennifer Connolly and Cillian Murphy, ‘Nicholas Carter’ in the Australian feature RED DOG: TRUE BLUE directed by Kriv Stenders, and ‘Floyd’ in the Australian series DOCTOR DOCTOR. He is repped by 3 Arts, Emma Raciti in Australia, and Felker, Toczek, Suddleson & Abramson.



Ridley Scott
Executive Producer

Ridley Scott, one of the world’s foremost directors and producers, is most known for his work on films such as Thelma & Louise, Alien, Black Hawk Down and Blade Runner. His film epic Gladiator won the Academy Award, Golden Globe®, and BAFTA Awards for Best Picture, as well as the Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role for Russell Crowe. Throughout his illustrious career, Scott has also been lauded by the Emmy Awards, Cannes Film Festival and the PGA Awards. In 1968, Scott formed RSA as a commercial production house for some of the world’s most recognized corporate brands. In 1995, Scott formed Scott Free Productions to serve as a production company for his film and television projects such as Blade Runner 2049, Murder on the Orient Express, Hannibal, American Gangster, Concussion, the critically-acclaimed CBS drama, The Good Wife, its spin-off The Good Fight, the highly anticipated upcoming HBO Max sci-fi series, Raised by Wolves, and the hit telefilms Killing Lincoln, Killing Kennedy, and Killing Jesus. The most recent feature films produced by Scott Free include Jake Scott’s American Woman, Max Winkler’s Jungleland, Gabriela Cowperthwaite’s The Friend, and most recently, Wash Westmoreland’s Earthquake Bird. As a director, Scott’s recent projects include Alien: Covenant, the sequel to Prometheus, starring Michael Fassbender and Katherine Waterston, and All the Money in the World, starring Christopher Plummer, Michelle Williams and Mark Wahlberg.  He is currently filming The Last Duel, starring Matt Damon and Ben Affleck.


Aaron Guzikowski
Creator, Showrunner, Executive Producer

Aaron Guzikowski is the Creator and Executive Producer of the original scifi television series RAISED BY WOLVES.

AARON wrote the critically acclaimed film “PRISONERS” for Warner Bros.  The film had an award winning cast that included; Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal, Melissa Leo, Viola Davis, Terrence Howard, Paul Dano and Maria Bello.  The film was directed by Denis Villeneuve (“Blade Runner 2049”/”Arrival”/”Sicario”).  It was nominated for an Academy Award for Roger Deakins’ work and was the National Board of Review’s winner for Best Ensemble Cast.

Aaron also wrote the remake of PAPILLON.  The 1971 film starring Steve McQueen and Dustin Hoffman and the remake starred Charlie Hunnam and Rami Malek. In addition, Aaron wrote THE WOLFMAN reboot for Universal Pictures as a part of the studio’s efforts to re-launch their classic monster movies. He also wrote FRIDAY THE 13TH for Paramount.  He penned the screenplay for CONTRABAND for Universal Pictures, starring Mark Wahlberg, Ben Foster, & Kate Beckinsale, and directed by Baltasar Kormakur.

Previously in television, Aaron was the Creator and Executive Producer of the Sundance Channel thriller series “THE RED ROAD” that starred Jason Mamoa.

Guzikowski is represented by Verve, Adam Kolbrenner’s Lit Entertainment Group, and attorney Jeff Frankel.


David W. Zucker
Executive Producer

David W. Zucker is President of Television for Scott Free, and Executive Producer of the forthcoming HBO Max sci-fi epic, RAISED BY WOLVES, the first-ever television series helmed by Ridley Scott, a drama about androids raising human children in an outer space colony; THE GOOD FIGHT, the critically-acclaimed CBS All Access spin-off of THE GOOD WIFE recently ordered to season five; an inventive heist anthology series, JIGSAW, to shoot in 2021 for Netflix; the investigative drama series THE BEAST MUST DIE for U.K.’s Britbox starring Jared Harris; the climactic season 4 of Amazon’s epic drama, THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE; and Steve Knight’s adaption of Charles Dickens’ classic A CHRISTMAS CAROL for FX/BBC1.

During his tenure, Scott Free has produced a steady stream of highly acclaimed programs including THE HOT ZONE, the highest-rated scripted series in National Geographic channel’s history; two seasons of the AMC psychological horror series, THE TERROR; Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated, Peabody-winning drama, THE GOOD WIFE, which ran on CBS for seven seasons; the network series adaptation of Justin Cronin’s THE PASSAGE, for Fox network; the summer satire BRAINDEAD for CBS network; two seasons of the eponymous series adaptation of George Pendle’s book STRANGE ANGEL on CBS All Access; Jean-Claude Van Damme’s action-comedy half-hour for Amazon, JCVJ; two seasons of the esteemed PBS Civil War medical drama, MERCY STREET; NUMB3RS, which ran for six successful seasons on CBS; and the acclaimed Emmy-nominated National Geographic channel series of “Killing” telefilms: KILLING JESUS, KILLING KENNEDY, KILLING REAGAN, and the docudrama KILLING LINCOLN.  Other notable long form programs include KLONDIKE for Discovery; the Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated THE PILLARS OF THE EARTH for Starz; WORLD WITHOUT END for Reelz; Emmy-nominated INTO THE STORM for HBO; Emmy-nominated THE ANDROMEDA STRAIN and COMA for A&E; the Golden Globe-nominated THE COMPANY at TNT; and a feature-length digital series for X-Box/Microsoft, HALO: NIGHTFALL.  Acclaimed non-fiction programs include CNN’s CRIMES OF THE CENTURY; I AM DYING, directed by Dan Lindsay and TJ Martin for National Geographic, and the Emmy-winning longform documentary special GETTYSBURG for History Channel.


Jordan Sheehan

Jordan Sheehan is Executive Vice President of Television for Scott Free, and Executive Producer of the upcoming Ridley Scott-helmed RAISED BY WOLVES for HBO Max, and the supernatural anthology series THE TERROR for AMC.  Jordan is also Co-Executive Producer of the Amazon series THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE, based on the acclaimed novel by Philip K. Dick, as well as the critically-lauded THE GOOD FIGHT for CBS All Access and Nat Geo’s THE HOT ZONE.  During her tenure at Scott Free, Sheehan served as a Co-Executive Producer on the genre-bending political satire BRAINDEAD and in support of five-time Emmy award-winning series, THE GOOD WIFE, both written and produced by Robert & Michelle King for CBS.  Sheehan also spent several years working in the film division of Scott Free, and prior to that as Scott’s assistant, working on such landmark films as KINGDOM OF HEAVEN and AMERICAN GANGSTER.  She is a graduate of Northwestern University.


Adam Kolbrenner

 Adam Kolbrenner (EP – Raised by Wolves) is the founder of Lit Entertainment Group – a Beverly Hills, CA-based literary management and feature film and television production company.

Kolbrenner is a producer of the upcoming film from Disney/Fox “FREE GUY” starring Ryan Reynolds, Jodie Comer and Taika Waititi, directed by Shawn Levy. This is set to release worldwide in theaters December, 2020.

Kolbrenner is a producer of the upcoming film from Paramount/Skydance “THE TOMORROW WAR” starring Chris Pratt, directed by Chris McKay. This is set to release worldwide in theaters July, 2021.

Kolbrenner was a producer of the 2013 critically acclaimed film “PRISONERS” written by Aaron Guzikowski (Creator/EP RBW). The film had an award winning cast that included; Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal, Melissa Leo, Viola Davis, Terrence Howard, Paul Dano and Maria Bello. The film was directed by Denis Villeneuve and was nominated for an Academy Award for Roger Deakins’ cinematography and was the National Board of Review’s winner for Best Ensemble Cast.

Additionally, Kolbrenner is the Executive Producer for the Netflix holiday franchise “Christmas Chronicles” starring Kurt Russell with the sequel to premier Christmas 2020.


Mark Huffam

MARK HUFFAM (Producer) has been active in the film industry since 1983 and has been working as a producer for the last 22 years. Huffam’s first major producing credit was earned on Steven Spielberg’s Saving Private Ryan, starring Tom Hanks, which went on to win five Oscars at the 1999 Academy Awards. In recognition of his own contribution to the film, Huffam was presented with the Directors Guild of America (DGA) award for Best Production Team that year.

 In 2000, Huffam co-produced the highly acclaimed Quills, starring Geoffrey Rush and Kate Winslet, which was nominated for three Oscars and five BAFTA Awards. In 2002, Huffam teamed up with Scott Rudin to produce The Hours, starring Nicole Kidman, Julianne Moore and Meryl Streep. The film received eight Academy Award nominations that year and Kidman went on to win Best Actress for her role as Virginia Woolf.

 In 2008 Huffam established Generator Entertainment with Simon Bosanquet to develop and produce a cutting edge slate of genre films.

 In 2010, Huffam teamed up with HBO to produce the television series Games of Thrones. The show has gone on to be a huge success and become the most decorated TV series in History.

Huffam has collaborated with Ridley Scott on projects such as Prometheus, The Counsellor, Exodus: Gods and Kings, Alien Covenant and The Martian, which was critically acclaimed and earned 7 Oscar nominations including one for best film and won 2 Golden Globes.