This month myself and Danny Stack met up with Wolfblood writer and creator, Debbie Moon.
Perhaps, like me, you've heard vaguely of the show but don't know too much about it. It was commissioned by CBBC and ZDF as is both a genre show and a children's show. Here's a link to the BBC site.
To bring you up to speed, below is a brief outline from Wikipedia on the set up of the show.
"Being a teenager is hard enough. Being a Wolfblood teenager is ten times more complicated. 14-year-old Maddy loves her abilities - heightened senses, being faster, stronger and more graceful - but hates the secrets that come with them." Wolfblood is a children's fantasy drama, created by English writer Debbie Moon for CBBC. Set in Northumbria, it follows two teenagers who are wolfbloods, humans able to transform into wolves (wolfbloods) at the full moon and at times when they're stressed. Wolfbloods are a mysterious race who have lived among us for centuries. Wolfbloods retain their superhuman speed, strength, agility, and senses when in human form, their abilities are very useful in helping them negotiate the turmoil of teenage life. But this is a secret that must be kept, or they and all wolfbloods could be in deadly danger from humans.We asked Debbie about writing genre, about getting your own show made as a new writer and about what's next. A very inspiring story that shows that it is possible to get your own show made.