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I have finally found the episode stills of Teen Wolf’s season 5 premiere “Creatures of the Night”;



June 30, 2015


“We took this as a season to re-concentrate on the teens of Teen Wolf,” executive producer Jeff Davis tells TVLine. “And a big part of the season will be: What’s senior year going to be like? Can everyone stay together? When people graduate high school, a lot of friends go their separate ways, and we all thought it’d be interesting for Stiles to be the person most disturbed by that. He’s the character who fears change the most.”

Below, Davis and star Tyler Posey preview the first half of Season 5, including the end of Beacon Hills High, the mystery surrounding the new faces in town and the return of (at least) two fan-favorite characters.

TVLINE | Let’s start with the biggest surprise from those first six minutes: What can you say about this new, badass Lydia?
DAVIS
| I always say that we like to take our characters from A to Z, not A to B. We like to see a progression, gradual as it may be. Sometimes, it’s frustrating for viewers because they want everything to happen right now, but we want to tell it like novels. We want the Lydia of Season 1 to be completely different from the Lydia of Season 5. So that character has changed immensely.

TVLINE | Obviously some time has passed since the end of Season 4, enough for Lydia to gain these powers and wind up in Eichen House. Can you say how big that time jump is?
DAVIS
| [Laughs] In our show, it would be like a week. [Laughs] It’s further ahead, and a lot of big events happen between then. It’s something we will come back to in Season 5B, the second half of the season. All of 5A is a flashback.

TVLINE | And we know that Aiden makes a surprise appearance. How did that come about, and will there be more of him?
DAVIS
| We’re always trying to find ways to bring characters back, because we like all of the people who work on the show. I spoke to Holland [Roden] and was like, ‘You have to help me get him back for this,’ and she said, ‘Yeah, absolutely.’ So we’re hopefully going to get to use him more, assuming [contracts and schedules] work out.

TVLINE | Everybody’s excited to see Cody Christian’s character in the mix. What can you tease?
POSEY
| Theo’s a loner who’s looking for a pack. We haven’t seen him in years, and we don’t know what the hell he’s been up to, so it’s hard to trust him. But he’s very charming, and he seems so genuine, so I think Scott’s on board. Theo’s a mysterious dude who becomes a pivotal part of the season as it goes on.

TVLINE | With Derek out of the picture for now, will Scott step into his shoes?
DAVIS
| Scott definitely steps into Derek’s role; we really wanted to build him up as a leader this season. Every season, we ask, ‘How can we test these characters? How can we put them through hell?’ Failure of leadership was something we wrote down for Scott. What happens when Scott fails? That’s what this season is about. You learn more from your failures than your successes.
POSEY | We’ve done everything with Scott’s character in terms of growth, so I feel like the only place he could go now [that he hasn’t gone to] is a dark place. At the end of [5A], he gets beaten down. He gets to a pretty depressing state, so maybe that could transcend into something dark.

TVLINE | Thanks to Twitter, we also know Braeden is coming back at some point. Would she have been a bigger part of the season if Derek was still around?
DAVIS
| Hoechlin’s absence really didn’t affect her, actually, but it was so fun to have her back kicking ass. … There are several characters who aren’t in the first 10 [episodes] who we thought would be, but there wasn’t enough narrative room for it. What we realized is that we really needed to focus on the teenagers, get them back and get the mystery started. Argent, for example, won’t be back until 5B, and I told him he has to keep the beard. I desperately wanted to find a way to get him back in the first 10, but there wasn’t a place.

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June 30, 2015


Here’s the preview of tonight’s “Parasomnia”, the second episode of Teen Wolf’s fifth season;

Stiles is suspicious of a new classmate; and Lydia helps a student with night terrors.

June 30, 2015


Teen Wolf’s fifth season started last night (June 29th) and here’s the tracklist for “Creatures of the Night”;

Kygo ft. Conrad Sewell – “Firestone”
Scott and Stiles look at the moon

My Double, My Brother – “I’ll Die”
Stiles, Scott and Liam drive in Stiles’ jeep

High High’s – “Catch the Wind”
Scott rides on a motorcycle and kisses Kira

Shura – “Touch”
Scott and Kira kiss in a tunnel

FAMY – “Ava”
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June 30, 2015


Teen Wolf’s Tyler Posey is hosting Teen Wolf’s season 5’s Wolf Watch. This time Holland Roden and executive producer Jeff Davis are guest-stars;

June 30, 2015


Over the last five years Tyler Posey and Dylan O’Brien, the lead actors on MTV’s biggest hit, have become idols to millions, and — most important — brothers, Buzzfeed‘s Jarett Wieselman shares in his blogpost after a talk with Shelley Hennig, Tyler Posey, Jeff Davis who also shares his thoughts about Crystal Reed (Allison Argent) leaving the show. They – indeed – became a family;

The importance of family —the one you’re born into and the one you make for yourself — has been a central theme on MTV’s Teen Wolf since the show premiered in 2011.

Onscreen, Scott McCall (Tyler Posey) defends his mother (Melissa Ponzio) and his makeshift family — currently comprising Scott’s mortal BFF Stiles Stilinski (Dylan O’Brien), banshee Lydia Martin (Holland Roden), werecoyote Malia Tate (Shelley Hennig), kitsune Kira Yukimura (Arden Cho), and newly turned werewolf Liam Dunbar (Dylan Sprayberry) — from a myriad of supernatural creatures trying to take control of his town, Beacon Hills.
But offscreen, a more sizable tribe has taken shape thanks to the show’s long hours and late nights — and sitting atop that makeshift family tree are its patriarchs: Tyler Posey and Dylan O’Brien. “They are the epitome of what ‘One’ and ‘Two’ are supposed to be,” Hennig told BuzzFeed News, referring to their place on the show’s callsheet of actors. “They’re so much fun, but they’re professional and get the job done. They’ve been here for five seasons and they’re still doing homework. They’re not phoning it in. They keep everyone on their toes, and that’s something I really appreciate.”

The burden of establishing and maintaining an enjoyable atmosphere is one Posey happily bears, mostly because he is well acquainted with the alternative. “I worked on other shows before this where the lead actor hasn’t been that cool,” he told BuzzFeed News during a March visit to the Teen Wolf set in Van Nuys, California. “It stresses out the set and sets a bad tone. So I’ve just tried to alleviate all of that, and it makes me feel good.” And since Teen Wolf is O’Brien’s first job, it has a “really special” place in his heart. “I love my character and I love our family here,” he said.

© Posey and O’Brien in June 2011  Christopher Polk / Getty Images

© Posey and O’Brien in June 2011 Christopher Polk / Getty Images

© Posey and O’Brien in July 2014  / Getty

© Posey and O’Brien in July 2014 / Getty

While both Posey and O’Brien spoke glowingly about the family of actors, writers, and crewmembers that work in tandem to bring Teen Wolf to life, it’s undeniable that the 23-year-old actors share a unique bond. “Dylan and I have something special,” Posey said. “There’s this intense respect for one another — and silliness and professionalism. It’s just incredible, man. It’s really cool.”
Over the last five years, Posey and O’Brien — who, quite literally, pour their blood, sweat, and tears into the show — have turned to one another for encouragement and leaned on one another for strength. The one-time strangers have gone from co-stars to roommates to friends and, eventually, to something much more significant.

“He is like my brother,” Posey said of O’Brien in March, barely four months after his mother, Cyndi Terese Garcia-Posey, died. That impossibly tough time was made exponentially harder as her death came two months after Posey and his fiancé Seana Gorlick ended their longtime relationship. Posey credited O’Brien as being the person who helped him get through many of his darkest days. “I know Dylan’s never gone through something like this, but that dude is phenomenal,” he said. “Some people don’t know what to say in that situation. They’ll be like, ‘Well, she’s very proud of you and she misses you a lot.’ But that doesn’t help at all. I know those things. But Dylan, he just sits and listens, and when there’s nothing to say, we just sit in silence and he’s just there for me. He’s a great guy. He’s family.”
(For the record, Posey said he feels “really fucking good” now.)

In many ways the relationship Scott and Stiles share on the show mirrors the one Posey and O’Brien share in real life. Posey is the larger-than-life, gregarious, room-charming alpha, while O’Brien is markedly quieter by comparison; he’s sharp and witty, and — as he proved during Posey’s difficult personal time — always the first one to show up for his loved ones. “We’ve developed a real actual family bond,” O’Brien said. “And I think that’s why Jeff [Davis, executive producer] is going that way with this season — it’s like art imitating life.”

If the first four seasons of Teen Wolf were about Scott’s “family” coming together, the fifth season (premiering June 29) deals heavily with the threat of that family unit fracturing. But instead of evildoers tearing Scott from Stiles, it’s just life that threatens to separate the boys.
“The kids are turning into adults,” Davis told BuzzFeed News of the fifth season, which spans the entirety of their senior year of high school. “The first episode is a lot about the fear of what happens at graduation. There’s this strange thing: For some reason when you graduate high school, you leave all your best friends — why do you do that? There’s a moment in the first episode where Stiles asks that question aloud. He says, ‘If we’ve met the best people in our lives, why aren’t we trying to stay with them? Why do we try and go our separate ways?’ That’s the big fear of Season 5: Who’s going to go away? And I think that’s a valid fear.”

If, as O’Brien said, art is imitating life onscreen, then the same could be said of the real-world questions swirling around the future of Teen Wolf. MTV has yet to order a sixth season of the series (Season 5 is separated into two chapters, so the network will likely make a decision once 5B begins to air), and high school graduation generally represents a watershed moment in most teen television shows as the producers must decide how to keep the characters together after life would realistically separate them.

“It’s hard to imagine this show, ever, without Tyler Posey and Dylan O’Brien,” Davis said. “But I’m still shocked this show doesn’t have Allison anymore,” he added, referring to the character played by Crystal Reed, who was killed off in Season 3. “But the show has changed from what it once was. I actually think it’s more of a modern thing where shows can survive and create new stories without all the main characters. It used to be that if you switched that many main characters up, people would say, ‘This is not the show I want anymore.’ But Teen Wolf is more of a franchise show. What I mean by that is it’s got an engine that’s supernatural. It’s not necessarily Cheers, where it’s all about the characters getting together in this one bar.”

And it’s clear to viewers that Davis has set a plan in motion should Posey and O’Brien decide to leave — Sprayberry’s Liam and Khylin Rhambo’s Mason, both new additions in Season 4, have a Scott and Stiles circa-Season 1 vibe to them. For their parts, Posey and O’Brien have both begun preparing for careers post-Teen Wolf: Posey, who is now a credited producer on the show, recently hosted the 2014 Teen Choice Awards, and has launched a music-centric podcast he co-hosts with Tyler Schnabel, while O’Brien is the star of 20th Century Fox’s very successful Maze Runner film franchise. But despite laying the tracks for post-MTV professional longevity, neither actor expects Season 5 to be his last.
“I’m just very aware of what this show means to me and I would never, by my own hand, say it’s time for me to move on. I’m going to miss this show when it’s over,” O’Brien said. “Forever and ever this will be my first role, and that’s so special. As long as the stories are still being told, I will have a hand in telling them.”

Posey concurred. “Whenever we leave it’ll definitely be sad, but I love being here. I can’t imagine Teen Wolf without me — and I don’t mean that in a cocky way. It’s just that this is my home, my family. The support group I have on this set … dammit, I just really love these people.”



Teen Wolf’s executive producer Jeff Davis discusses Scott and Stiles’ relationship in this season; they’re going to have a rocky path ahead of them;

“Teen Wolf” creator Jeff Davis has revealed in a new interview that not only will Beacon Hills face even more death and destruction (and you thought The Benefactor’s dead pool was bad), Scott and Stiles will experience “some of their rockiest moments” as besties throughout senior year.

No. SAY IT ISN’T SO! *cries into afternoon latte*

“It’s not going to be an easy season for Scott and his friends,” Davis tells The Hollywood Reporter. “One of the things we wanted to do most in this season was test their friendships in a way we’ve never done before.” When asked about Scott and Stiles specifically, Davis replied, “The new villains are going to cause a lot of conflict, so it’s going to be hard for them. [We wanted to] really stretch their relationship, and we kind of consider it a kind of romance — a bromance. In all good romances, you have to have them break up at some point, so there may be the possibility of a breakup between Stiles and Scott.”

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June 30, 2015


Teen Wolf’s Tyler Posey sat down with Seventeen to discuss the show’s fifth season premiere, and includes 9 other spoilers;

Note: This article was written before the season 5 premiere (June 29th)!

1. Scott is in a bad place. “My character gets beat down and is at a low point that we’ve never seen him in before,” Tyler said. “He wants to keep the pack together and keep everybody alive, but they’re being torn apart by a mysterious force and he has no idea why. He has to figure it out and he thinks it’s him.”

2. Kira is (probably) OK. “She could be hurt, or she could be just fine and stuck in traffic. You don’t know,” Tyler teased.

3. Scott and Kira will go through some rocky times. “There’s always drama with them,” Scott said. “They really do care about each other. But they’re awkward, nervous, to be honest with each other so things get lost in translation with them a lot. Also, they are supernatural creatures that in folklore and mythology, don’t attract each other. Wolves and foxes don’t mix well. So there’s that element that’s in the back of their heads, and it may cause a little rift in their relationship. They’re hoping that it’s not true, but it may turn out to be true.”

4. But their relationship will evolve — in a good way. “Certain events happen during the rest of the season that make them want to be honest with each other, and open up more. Each episode they take another step into the progression of their relationship. They really haven’t been together that long. It’s only been like, a season and a half, which is only a couple of months or something like that in Teen Wolf world. They will open up more, and the way their relationship evolves will be nice for the viewers, too, to see.

5. Cody Christian’s character is super ~mysterious~. “[Cody’s character, Theo] is kind of mysterious. You don’t really know why he’s there or where he’s been. He is looking for a new pack and new friends. Everyone’s a little wary of him at first, and they don’t really know what to think of him, but he seems like a good guy and he ends up helping Scott and the pack.”

6. Lydia is getting a new love interest — and it’s not Stiles. “We toy with the idea of Lydia and one of the other characters getting together — and it’s not the ones that fans want. You know, they want Stiles and Lydia to be together, but it’s nice to see her have another love interest. She hasn’t had one for a while.”

7. Colton Haynes isn’t returning this season. “That’s not gonna happen,” Tyler said, though he admitted it’s not 100 percent, saying, “Colton’s a great friend of mine so we talk every now and then, but there hasn’t been any discussion of him coming back to the show nor Holland leaving the show.”

8. Those rumors about Lydia are totes not true. “There are a lot of rumors. There’s also a rumor that Holland is leaving the show but that’s not true.”

9. Get ready for some crazy new supernatural characters. “They’re not the supernatural characters you’ve been used to,” Tyler said about the new additions to the show. “It’s completely different than anything that we’re used to as a pack and everything that we’ve experienced from Kanimas to Werejaguars to Werecoyotes, Kitsunes, Nogitsunes, Onis, Durocks, Demonwolves. It’s just completely different than anything we’ve ever had on the show.”

10. The premiere won’t be as dark. “In the first episode, everyone’s kind of happy, but then it goes to sh#t, Tyler said. “It’s a very intense season. There’s a lot of crazy stuff that happens.”

June 30, 2015


Teen Wolf’s fifth season is set to premiere on June 29th and June 30th, but we can already show you the fifth season’s opening credits;

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The most notable difference in this year’s sequence is the absence of shirtless Tyler Hoechlin—who’s no longer a series regular on the show—and with him, Derek’s triskelion tattoo. In his place this year, Dylan Sprayberry makes his title sequence debut. Also notable: The kiss is back, but this time, instead of kissing Allison, Scott’s kissing now-girlfriend Kira.

And finally, The Doctors are everywhere. We’re not quite sure what to expect from these new villains, but if the title sequence is any indication, things are going to get dark and weird very fast.

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June 25, 2015


Becca: Two Teen Wolf questions here!
1. Was that Aiden or Ethan in the sneak peek you posted?!

Jeff Davis confirms it was Aiden, played by Max Carver.

2. I need all the scoop on Parrish!
Prepare to learn a lot more about Deputy Parrish, including what the hell he is! “will definitely discover a lot more about Parrish in the first half of the season,” Davis says. “You might have to wait to know exactly what he is. But you will!

Teen Wolf’s fifth season premieres this upcoming Monday, June 29th on MTV at 10pm and get ready for 5×02 on June 30th as well!

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