Amazon Prime’s ‘The Wilds’ Stuns Fans With Bloopers
Nearly three months after the first season of the Amazon Prime show The Wilds premiered, the show’s Twitter account released a blooper reel to fans’ delight.
While fans were initially thrilled to have more The Wilds content, the fact the blooper reel was less than two minutes long left many longing for more content.
rise and shine. i have a gift for you. pic.twitter.com/NbhDxXkqN4— The Wilds (@thewildsonprime) March 4, 2021
The released blooper reel features the show’s leads – Sophia Ali (Fatin), Reign Edwards (Rachel), Shannon Berry (Dot), Jenna Clause (Martha), Mia Healey (Shelby), Helena Howard (Nora), Erana James (Toni), Sarah Pidgeon (Leah), David Sullivan (Dr. Daniel), Troy Winbush (Dean), and Rachel Griffiths (Gretchen) – laughing and forgetting their lines.
I loved the bloopers but I need MORE— Belu 🧚🏼♀️ (@rogsdrums) March 4, 2021
Since the blooper reel’s marketing includes the phrase “volume 1,” more content may be on the way. In response to a fan question on Twitter, Amazon Prime’s social media account implied a volume two of bloopers is on its way.
As soon as I have a Vol. 2 of bloopers, I will share it with The Wilds stans immediately ❤️ pic.twitter.com/heKOEXbq7n— Prime Video (@PrimeVideo) March 4, 2021
The day before, The Wilds’ Twitter account confirmed that the bloopers were “secured” and would become available the next day. However, the anticipation increased the disappointment from fans who expected a longer video.
✨bloopers secured. coming tomorrow.✨— The Wilds (@thewildsonprime) March 3, 2021
the wilds bloopers wasn’t even 2 mins long?? sigh— liv (@lalisalycia) March 4, 2021
The Wilds is a drama centered around a stranded group of girls on a deserted island after surviving a plane crash, not knowing that they are part of a social experiment.
The series premiered on December 11, 2020, and nine days later, Amazon Prime renewed the series for a second season. Additionally, production for the upcoming season will begin in April in Queensland, Australia.
While the second season has not received a premiere date, the first season is currently available to binge exclusively on Amazon Prime.