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Who would have thought that an MTV series based on a 1980’s Michael J. Fox comedy would have such legs. While Teen Wolf may have struck many an as odd choice for the basis of a supernatural series nobody can argue with the success its had, and will continue to have, now that’s it’s been renewed for another season.
Radio Shack used their Super Bowl ad to acknowledge 1980s-associations with their brand, using a lot of very familiar, very 80s faces in then process. Among them, Mary Lou Retton, Hulk Hogan, Alf, Sgt. Slaughter, Erik Estrada, Twisted Sister's Dee Snider, Kid 'N Play, Teen Wolf (the original), Chucky and even a Delorean to seal the deal, Back to the Future-style.
Comic-Con is frequently a time to get fans pumped up about TV premieres as well as share some big news. With that in mind, it’s no surprise that Teen Wolf kicked off its New York Comic-Con panel with a bang, announcing that the hit drama will return to the schedule for Season 4. Additionally, a brand new after show called Wolf Watch will also air on MTV next year.
MTV’s Teen Wolf is currently airing the first half of its third season on the cable network. New episodes are currently set to run through August, but Season 3 has an extended episode order and MTV has plans to air the second half of the season this winter. Thanks to this week’s information-filled Comic Con panel, we now know exactly when Teen Wolf is scheduled to return to MTV in 2014. The show will premiere the latter half of Season 3 on Monday, January 4, 2014.
Because MTV began promoting their adaptation of 80s horror-comedy Teen Wolf a year ahead of its actual debut, starting with a panel at SDCC in 2010, the horror-drama, which bears very little resemblance to the film by which it was inspired, is headed back to Comic Con in San Diego for the fourth time, though it's technically only amidst its third season. MTV announced today that Teen Wolf will be featured in a panel at SDCC.
The summer TV season has begun, as most of the Midseason series have wrapped up and we're starting to see the networks roll out their summer offerings. Once upon a time, summer was the down season for TV, but in this day and age, cable and network television offer a nice variety of scripted and unscripted programming to fill the gap between spring and fall.
In just a matter of weeks, MTV will bring their popular supernatural drama series Teen Wolf back for its third season. The series' venture further and further away from its source material hasn't exactly been gradual, but never has the drama looked more like a horror than in the latest trailer, which gives us a look at Season 3 and what young Scott is up against. A pack of alphas!
Luckily, MTV should be able to smooth over the loss of programming fairly quickly, thanks to a third season of the network’s scripted program, Teen Wolf, returning to the schedule this summer. Now, MTV has put together a brand new promotional trailer for Season 3 of Teen Wolf.
It looks like Teen Wolf is adding onto its pack of Alphas with a bunch of cast additions, two of whom should be familiar to Desperate Housewives fans. The series, which is expected to return for a hefty third season next year, has added Charlie and Max Carver, along with Adelaide Kane and Felisha Terrell. Three of them will play Alpha wolves.
It's always a shame when an actor exits a TV series due to problems with contract negotiations, especially given the kind of affect it can have on a show if their character was supposed to stick around. Take, for instance, Colton Haynes, who plays Jackson Whittemore in Teen Wolf. While it's likely that there were plans for the character, we may not see them play out as reports are saying that Haynes is set to exit the series.
At present, JR Bourne plays the role of Chris Argent, Allison's wolf-hunting father on MTV's drama Teen Wolf. The series just finished airing its second season, and it looks like Bourne has found a way to fill his schedule while the MTV show is on hiatus. He's set to appear in ABC's Revenge, which returns this fall for its sophomore run.
Season 1 of Teen Wolf appealed to many because at its heart it was a high school dramedy full of normal issues of classes, relationships, parents, etc., there just happened to be werewolves involved. Season 2 looked to branch out even further, and after the season finale it’s safe to say the show might have bitten off more than it can chew.
Following last week’s intensely climactic episode of Teen Wolf, team werewolf must now deal with where they find themselves as the dust settles on Matt’s actions last week. Derek skulks in his failure as an Alpha, Stiles struggles with his place in all of this, and Scott now has to contend with Gerard as the new Kanima master. The players are scattered, so here’s hoping they can find the motivation to come together again and stronger than ever to take down this season’s Big Bad in the finale.
There may be a couple of episodes left in the second season of Teen Wolf, but that doesn’t stop these storytellers from letting viewers in on some major mysteries that have eluded us through every episode. You want motive? You got it. You want an answer to how Matt and Jackson are connected? You got it. Just don’t expect to put down your thinking caps yet; there’s still a while to go.
In this week’s episode of Teen Wolf Derek tells Scott “it’s not that simple.” He may be speaking to something specific when he says this, but it actually describes the episode on the whole as Lydia throws a trippy, Peter-planned birthday party and the Kanima master is finally revealed. In other words, looks like another head scratching hour for Season 2.