Worth Watching: ‘Wolf Like Me,’ ‘Peacemaker,’ ‘Ghosts’ Goes Catfishing, ‘Law & Order’s Organized Criminal

When you give away your big twist in your title, I’m not sure why one needs to be coy about spoilers. But since we’ve been cautioned, let’s just say that this offbeat but ultimately slight romantic dramedy pairs Gary (Frozen’s Josh Gad), a melancholy widower in Australia, with free spirit Mary (an electrifying Isla Fisher), who’s wore than she seems. With only six half-hours to tell its story—brevity as always being a virtue—Wolf is unusually discreet and slow-building in dramatizing the supernatural obstacle to the couple’s happiness. Their relationship is further complicated by Gary’s concern over his depressed daughter, Emma (a very good Ariel Donoghue). If you’re expecting a farcical romp like Netflix’s too-short-lived Santa Clarita Diet, look elsewhere. Wolf Like Me takes its traumatic situation so seriously I kept waiting for it to let its hair down.

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