MTV has done a really good job of marketing its supernatural drama, Teen Wolf, during its first two seasons. Prior to the Season 2 premiere, 10 minutes of the first episode were available online. The show has also been all over Comic Con since its inception, and if you happened to be lucky enough to be in San Diego today, you were probably the first to hear the most recent news on the Teen Wolf front. Fans of Scott and his werewolf hunter girlfriend will be pleased to hear Teen Wolf will return for Season 3.
Each week the mysteries of Teen Wolf continue to build and develop in so many interesting ways, with this week culminating in a mess of reasons to shout: ďWhat the heck is going on!?Ē Mysteries are always a plus when they leave room for extrapolation, but this episode might have missed the mark as Lydiaís situation is revealed (maybeÖ), Jackson continues to fall deeper into the role of the Kanima as his past has light shone on it, and new characters donít even last long enough to explain who they are. Letís see if we can figure this out together.
There may be a creature known as The Lizard running around the streets of New York as of today, but Spider-man is more than capable of dealing with Dr. Connorís alter-ego as we focus on a lizard-man far more important: the Kanima. With Scott and his friends knowing the truth about the Jackson/lizard hybrid, itís time to decide how to keep him from killing more individuals, all the while ensuring Jacksonís own safety from himself and those out to kill his far more aggressive half.
Things are certainly moving right along for the second season of MTV's Teen Wolf. Fans of the series who are attending Comic Con this year will be happy to know that the werewolf-focused drama will be returning to SDCC.
The first four episodes of this season of Teen Wolf have dealt largely with the mystery surrounding the Kanima and its identity, but tonight all will be revealed. Well, not all. There are still plenty of mysteries with blanks to be filled, and even more new questions now that one guessing game has come to an end. Did you guess correctly?
With the slowly introduced mystery creature sticking to the shadows in previous episodes of Teen Wolf, itís time that we finally get to go face to face with the Abomination following yet another murder. Plenty of details will be filled in about the creature, but donít expect to actually finish the episode with any more answers to the ever-present questions surrounding it.
In this weekís episode of Teen Wolf Scott must deal with even more of Derekís choices as he adds new members to his pack. Granted, the new wolves are far from the only ones going through some serious changes as Lydia and Jackson continue to react rather poorly to their own werewolf encounters, and Allison starts down her journey as a hunter. Plus the Abomination kills again as it continues to stick to the shadows, which it will hopefully be forced out of soon enough.
With this being called part two of the second season premiere of Teen Wolf, itís likely that most viewers were expecting more answers thanks to all of those questions rattling around in our brains. Silly us. Luckily a few larger answers are given, but this does leave less time for the partially fleshed out storylines that come about surrounding our new werewolf, which will most likely spill into episode three next week.
The wait might have been made a few minutes longer thanks to the MTV Movie Awards and the ďbestĒ movie of the year cutting into Teen Wolfís start time, but the excruciatingly long wait is finally over and we can start getting some answers to those cliffhangers left open after last seasonís finale.
The second season of MTV's Teen Wolf is right around the corner. In fact, the season premiere is less than a month away, so this new trailer, which has made its way online, seems well-timed for those who are eager to see the wolfish drama return. Battlestar Galactica fans may appreciate the introduction of a familiar face, tooÖ
As it turns out, all of that technical pregnancy stuff will be figured out once Snooki and JWoww move in together on the aptly titled Snooki & JWoww. MTV has put out the first trailer for the upcoming program which shows some of the two friend's pregnancy shenanigans and has also given the show a premiere date of June 21 at 10 p.m. ET.
Summer shows deserve love too, right? Fox posted more nominees for the 2011 Teen Choice Awards and among the added categories are Choice Summer TV Show, and Choice Summer TV Star (Male/Female). ABC Familyís The Nine Lives of Chloe King also managed to score some nominations for Choice Breakout Show, and Breakout Star.
The teen wolf in MTVís Teen Wolf uses his teen wolf powers for lacrosse instead of evil. I think thatís an admirable quality in an adolescent werewolf. MTVís obviously pleased with the series too as theyíve decided to give the supernatural-themed drama series a second season.
MTV has some interesting things lined up for Comic-Con this year, including a panel for the return of Beavis and Butthead. As a fan of the original B&B, I have my reservations about whether thereís a place for the duo among todayís youth, so Iím more than a little bit curious to see how the series is showcased at the panel, which will feature creator Mike Judge and Jackassí Johnny Knoxville.
MTVís Teen Wolf may have only aired a handful of episodes, but thatís apparently enough to earn it more than one Teen Choice nomination. Gossip Girl, Make It or Break It, Secret Life and iCarly are among the other shows that scored multiple nominations.