Wolf viewers left 'sleeping with one eye open' after harrowing scenes in BBC finale | The Sun

WOLF viewers were left 'sleeping with one eye open' after harrowing scenes in the finale.

Episode Six served as the finale of the BBC drama – ominously titled 'Knock, Knock' – and it featured a gruesome depiction of family torture.

In nail-biting scenes, DI Jack Caffery unearthed a clue that lead him to the Anchor-Ferrers’ home.

This left viewers shocked and terrified out of their wits, as they took to social media with their thoughts.

One fan of the show wrote: "Has anyone watched #Wolf on @BBCiPlayer? I am so scared! 😱."

Another viewer comforted the user, to which they then replied: "I’ve stopped watching when it gets dark. Can’t cope. 😂."


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"After watching #wolf last night l think I can safely say that l will never look at opera in the same light again #scary #figaro 😱," penned a second.

A third wrote: "What a genius piece of casting putting The Master from #DoctorWho with Ramsay Bolton from #GameOfThrones as a pair of psycho home invaders!!"

As a fourth fan said: "Just watched the first episode of #wolf Now I’m checking the front and rear doors are locked and checking all rooms are clear before going to bed 🛌."

They added: "Me nervous………..whatever gave you that idea. Sleeping with one eye open tonight."

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The BBC drama is based on Mo Hayder’s bestselling Jack Caffery novels which is part of wider series.

The synopsis of Wolf reads: "DI Jack Caffery is a young detective beset by nightmares.

"Obsessed with the neighbour he believes murdered his 10-year-old brother in the '90s, Jack finds himself trying to right the wrongs of others – but at what cost?

"In an isolated house in Monmouthshire, the wealthy Anchor-Ferrers family find themselves the victims of a psychopath’s cruel games, trapped and terrorised.

"When the two narratives collide, it’s a thrilling, nail-biting and deeply disturbing race against time."

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