Tonight is the season 6b premiere of Teen Wolf, which means the series is getting closer to its end. But, fans don’t need to panic yet, because E! News reports MTV is planning a reboot series, starting with a podcast “in the spirit of Serial.” And, though it looks like a new cast may be in the works, Teen Wolf star Tyler Posey says:
I would love to be a part of it. I want to be a part of everything Teen Wolf. I just think it’s really cool that we helped build what might be a legacy. Teen Wolf might be a name that’s carried around for years, and that’s really cool that we were the start of it. I would love to be a part of the stuff after … It wouldn’t be right if any of us weren’t [in it].
But, while we still have 10 episodes left in the series, let’s focus back on the show, starting with tonight’s premiere episode.
Here’s some spoilers we’ve gathered on what to expect tonight, along with some of the remaining episodes:
– Executive Producer Jeff Davis says Agent McCall returns.
– Malia and Peter‘s complicated relationship continues to be explored on the show.
– Linden Ashby told TV Line that there will be a lot of deaths, explaining that:
It’s a really cool season, and yes, a lot of people actually do die. It’s really about fear and people coming together in different camps, and it’s about intolerance. It’s about a lot of things that are pretty current right now. I think it’s going to be good.
Ashby also said that his character gets to fight a little bit more in the remaining episodes.
– The synopsis of the 6b premiere episode (episode 11), “Said the Spider to the Fly”, reads: As Scott readies Beacon Hills for this imminent departure, a mysterious presence breaks out of Eichen House.
– Episode 12 is titled “Raw Talent” and the synopsis states: Scott and Malia search for the owner of a unique bullet, fearing that a new breed of werewolf hunter has come to Beacon Hills. At the same time, Lydia must face her own fears of Eichen House.
– Episodes 13-15 are titled, “After Images,” “Face-to-Faceless,” and “Pressure Test.”
Tune in to MTV to watch Teen Wolf on Sunday nights for the remaining ten episodes of the series.