"We need to be the parents that our children deserve."

There is a lot of dark and deadly movement in the upcoming 'Raised By Wolves' season two, according to the brand new trailer released this week.

Ridley Scott's sci-fi epic, released by HBO Max and which airs on this side of the Atlantic via Sky and NOW, will return this March for what looks to be another mysterious chapter.

Starring Amanda Collin, Abubakar Salim, Travis Fimmel, Kim Engelbrecht and Irish star Niamh Algar, the first season followed a mother and father who are both androids on a distant planet who are tasked with raising a group of human children. However, the end of the first season *SPOILERS* saw mother give birth to a snake baby, and attempt to rid the planet of this creation to save their human children; their plan doesn't work out, and they end up on another side of the planet where the snake-baby escapes. And judging by the trailer, snake baby seems to have grown...

According to the official synopsis of 'Raised By Wolves' season two: "Android partners Mother (Amanda Collin) and Father (Abubakar Salim), along with their brood of six human children, join a newly formed atheistic colony in Kepler 22 b’s mysterious tropical zone. But navigating this strange new society is only the start of their troubles as Mother’s 'natural child' threatens to drive what little remains of the human race to extinction. "

Season two also stars Winta McGrath, Jordan Loughran, Matias Varela, Felix Jamieson, Ethan Hazzard, Aasiya Shah, Ivy Wong, Peter Christoffersen, Selina Jones, Morgan Santo, James Harkness, and Jennifer Saayeng.

'Raised by Wolves' is produced by Ridley Scott's Scott Free Productions, with Scott, Aaron Guzikowski, David W. Zucker ('The Man in the High Castle'), Jordan Sheehan ('The Terror'), Adam Kolbrenner ('Prisoners') and Mark Huffam ('The Martian') serving as executive producers. The series was created by Guzikowski, acclaimed writer and visionary behind the highly lauded film 'Prisoners'.

'Raised By Wolves' season two begins on Sky Atlantic and NOW this March. Watch season one on both services now.