"The Wilds" is an American drama streaming television series directed by Sarah Streicher.
The starring cast includes Sophia Ali as Fatin Jadmani, Shannon Berry as Dot Campbell, Jenna Clause as Martha Blackburn, Reign Edwards as Rachel Reid, Mia Healey as Shelby Goodkind, Helena Howard as Nora Reid, Erana James as Toni Shalifoe, Sarah Pidgeon as Leah Rilke, David Sullivan as Daniel Faber, Troy Winbush as Dean Young and others.

Here are "The Wilds" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.

Trailer

Is there a trailer for The Wilds TV series?

Prime Video on Wednesday, April 06, 2022 released the trailer for "The Wilds" you can watch here:
The Wilds Season 2 - Official Trailer | Prime Video.

Plot summary

What is The Wilds TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "The Wilds" TV series plot summary.

A group of teenage girls from different backgrounds - Fatin Jadmani (Sophia Ali), Dot Campbell (Shannon Berry), Martha Blackburn (Jenna Clause), Rachel Reid (Reign Edwards), Shelby Goodkind (Mia Healey), Nora Reid (Helena Howard), Toni Shalifoe (Erana James), and Leah Rilke (Sarah Pidgeon) - are on an airplane when it crashes into the ocean while en route to Hawaii for the Dawn of Eve program, a young women's empowerment retreat. They survive the crash and find themselves stranded on a deserted island. As the girls work to survive as castaways and learn about each other, they are unaware that they are subjects of a social experiment; the plane crash was staged and their stranding orchestrated by Gretchen Klein (Rachel Griffiths), the head of the Dawn of Eve program. The girls' adventures on the island are intercut with flashback scenes about their lives before the crash, and flashforward scenes where two men claiming to be FBI agents interview the survivors after their supposed rescue.

Cast

Who plays who in the The Wilds TV series cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of "The Wilds" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Sophia Ali  as Fatin Jadmani one of the crash survivors, a rich and promiscuous cellist from Berkeley, California
Shannon Berry  as Dot Campbell one of the crash survivors, a tough Texan girl with wilderness survival skills
Jenna Clause  as Martha Blackburn one of the crash survivors, a kind and optimistic animal lover from an Ojibwe reservation in Minnesota
Reign Edwards  as Rachel Reid one of the crash survivors, a competitive diver from New York
Mia Healey  as Shelby Goodkind one of the crash survivors, a closeted beauty pageant queen from a conservative Christian family in Texas
Helena Howard  as Nora Reid one of the crash survivors, Rachel's fraternal twin sister, a quiet and intelligent girl from New York
Erana James  as Toni Shalifoe one of the crash survivors, Martha's hot-headed and openly lesbian best friend from Minnesota
Sarah Pidgeon  as Leah Rilke one of the crash survivors, a romantic and obsessive loner from Berkeley, California
David Sullivan  as Daniel Faber a trauma psychologist
Troy Winbush  as Dean Young ostensibly an FBI agent, also interviewing the survivors after they are rescued
Rachel Griffiths  as Gretchen Klein the head of the Dawn of Eve program
Zack Calderon  as Rafael Garcia
Aidan Laprete  as Henry Tanaka
Nicholas Coombe  as Josh Herbert
Charles Alexander  as Kirin O'Conner
Miles Gutierrez-Riley  as Ivan Taylor
Reed Shannon  as Scotty Simms
Tanner Ray Rook  as Bo Leonard
Alex Fitzalan  as Seth Novak
Jarred Blakiston  as Alex a member of Gretchen's team
Jen Huang  as Susan a member of Gretchen's team
Joe Witkowski  as Thom a member of Gretchen's team
Barbara Eve Harris  as Audrey a member of Gretchen's team
Chi Nguyen  as Linh Bach Gretchen's research assistant
Carter Hudson  as Jeffrey Galanis
Greg Bryk  as Tim Campbell Dot's ailing father
Shane Callahan  as James Reid Nora and Rachel's father
Jose Velazquez  as Mateo a nurse
Bella Shepard  as Regan Toni's ex-girlfriend
Poorna Jagannathan  as Rana Jadmani
Warren Kole  as Dave Goodkind
Stefania LaVie Owen  as Becca Gilroy Shelby's best friend
Kimberly Guerrero  as Bernice Blackburn
Bonnie Soper  as Jobeth Goodkind
Johnny Berchtold  as Quinn Nora's ex-boyfriend
Lewis Fitz-Gerald  as Dr. Ted Wolchak
Richard Knowles  as Kurt Rilke
Tandi Wright  as Maryann Rilke
James Peter Fraser  as Ian Murnen
Mark Mitchinson  as Leonard Whitney
Alison Bruce  as Coach Ellen Rose
Billy McColl  as Andrew
Dionne Gipson  as Angela Reid
Nathalie Oliveira  as CBP Officer
Emma Kate Lawrence  as 25th Wedding Anniversary Guest
Jacque Drew  as Assistant District Attorney
Anthony Crum  as Rat-Tail
Britta Brandt  as Lauren Sobel
Finn Blackwell  as Zuckerberg-esque Student
Blair Jordan  as Frat Bro
Rowena King  as Alice
Jack Barry  as Male Orderly
Hetty Gaskell-Hahn  as Woman in Scrubs
Levi Kereama  as Spirit Club President
Julia Carvalho  as Red-Headed Teen Girl
Kristy Best  as Telegenic Host
Isabella Le  as Therese
Bella Blanding  as Young Nora
Otis Herring  as Reception Officer
Ali Ghadir  as Ahmad Jadmani
Charlie Corrigan  as Dude Bro
Molly Curnow  as Teenage Girl #1
Conan Hayes  as Colby
Jules Robertson  as Christa Finlay
Benjamin Hudson  as Man Bun Hipster Dude
MatΓ¨ Lagae  as Trash 'Stache
Hannah Lynch  as Marissa
David Van Horn  as Mr. Gentry
Manawanui Maniapoto-Mills  as Young Martha
Jacob Masters  as Pretentious Student
Greg Hunter  as Model Influencer
Harriet Morris  as Teenage Girl #2
Jen Van Epps  as Researcher
John Leigh  as Social Worker
Michael Teh  as Russell Blackburn
Kenneth Ransom  as Professor
Bridget Kallal  as Young Rachel
Johnny Nasser  as Samad Jadmani
Niko Clare  as Spencer Goodkind
Kylie Cushman  as Becca's Mom
Alvin Maharaj  as ER Doctor
Shan Reis-Boekholt  as Type-A Girl
Awais Shah  as Kemar Jadmani
Sinead Fitzgerald  as Redheaded Contestant
Sylvia Rands  as Mrs. Rhonda Wolfe
Amelia Reynolds  as Nurse
Biku Wernick-Aqorau  as Latest Conquest
Michael Goldman  as Pageant Host
Quentin Warren  as Riko
Ahrin Swift-Mayor  as Brady
Tama Jarman  as Dimitri
Abigail Laurent  as Bouncy Brunette
Gemma-Jayde Naidoo  as Unfriendly Contestant
Roxanne Sarkari  as Fresh-Faced Contestant
Jessica Wotton  as Melody Goodkind
Douglas F. Brooks  as Becca's Dad
Tom Clarke  as Campus Tour Guide
Lillie Wallace  as Student
Lucas Linehan  as CPB Officer Anderson
J.R. Cacia  as Raul
Tom Harwood  as CBP Officer Comden
Nicole Shostak  as Roxanne
Rachel Forsyth  as Border Control Officer

Filming

What are The Wilds filming details?

"The Wilds" series are produced by Dylan Clark Productions, Fanfare Productions, ABC Signature, Amazon Studios and A.B. Baby Productions.

The average duration of each episode is 42 - 61 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.

Rating

What are critics and audiences saying about The Wilds TV series?

"The Wilds" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7.3/10.

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