Raised By Wolves. Image shows from L to R: Germaine Garry (Helen Monks), Della Garry (Rebekah Staton), Aretha Garry (Alexa Davies). Copyright: Big Talk Productions.

Raised By Wolves

Channel 4 sitcom about a poor family growing up on Wolverhampton council estate. 13 episodes (pilot + 2 series), 2013 - 2016. Stars Rebekah Staton, Helen Monks, Alexa Davies, Molly Risker and others.

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Raised By Wolves to be piloted in America

American TV network ABC is to pilot a remake of Raised By Wolves, the British sitcom that was cancelled by Channel 4.

British Comedy Guide, 21st January 2017

10 British TV comedies that ended too soon

Some sitcoms come to a natural end after a long run. Others are not so lucky and get cut short in their prime. And then Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps runs for 80 episodes. Here are 10 of the best comedies that ended far too soon...

Sophie Davies, Cult Box, 8th December 2016

Has TV given up on working-class comedy?

So she's right basically, Caitlin Moran is right. So are the 3,000 people that have backed a third series of Raised By Wolves after it was axed from Channel 4. They haven't backed it because it's a perfect show, but because that's what a lot of people want. They want to write, act, film and be a part of working class comedy as well as just watch it - people want to see more variation in comedy and that includes shows that don't just focus on the same thing that a lot of TV focuses on. We've made progress sure but it's still progress and we've still got a long way to go.

Ava Pickett, Funny Women, 21st November 2016

Caitlin Moran fails in bid to fund Raised By Wolves

Caitlin Moran has failed to raise enough cash from fans to save her flop telly sitcom. Luvvie Moran, 41, begged her Twitter followers to donate £320,000 to a crowd­-funding page to make a third series of Raised By Wolves. By the time the month-long bid had expired last night, the total stood at £200,207 -- which means no money is paid.

The Sun, 21st November 2016

Helen Monks: save the Wolves, babs!

A Kickstarter has been launched to save Caitlin and Caz Moran's Raised by Wolves. Series star Helen Monks (Germaine) tells Sarah Georgeson why it's well worth saving. (We totally agree.)

Sarah Georgeson, Standard Issue, 4th November 2016

Caitlin Moran on Raised By Wolves Kickstarter plans

The writer needs to raise another £207,000 by 20th November to reach her £320,000 crowdfunding target and revive axed Channel 4 comedy Raised by Wolves. She's confident, but admits, "It's a really terrible way to work"

Ben Dowell, Radio Times, 3rd November 2016

Caitlin Moran: how to save TV for the people

Crowdfunding has resurrected axed American shows. So could it work in Britain? As she bids to rescue her sitcom Raised By Wolves - pulled by Channel 4 - the writer outlines her masterplan to save cult TV.

Caitlin Moran, The Guardian, 22nd October 2016

Raised By Wolves launches crowdfunding campaign

A crowdfunding campaign has been launched in order to produce further episodes of cancelled sitcom Raised By Wolves.

British Comedy Guide, 18th October 2016

Raised By Wolves wins international Rose d'Or Award

Raised By Wolves, the sitcom recently axed by Channel 4, has won a top international TV prize: a Golden Rose at the Rose d'Or Awards. Other winners include Inside No. 9,

British Comedy Guide, 13th September 2016

Mrs Brown's Boys named best sitcom since 2000

Mrs Brown's Boys has come top of the Radio Times poll to name the best British TV sitcom broadcast since the year 2000.

British Comedy Guide, 22nd August 2016