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Scott and the gang question who the other half of the Anuk-Ite is. Watch Teen Wolf Sundays at 8/7c on MTV.

September 11, 2017

Morgan sits down with Linden Ashby, Khylin’s favorite ship is “Barrish”, Holland Roden lays down for a session with Morgan and more… Watch below!

Here are the songs that played during last night’s episode of Teen Wolf 617 “Werewolves of London”

Franz Joseph Haydn – “String Quartet No. 62”
PYOTR Ilyich Tchaikovsky – “The Sleeping Beauty”
Frida Sundemo – “It’s OK”
Dead Posey – “Holy Grail”

September 11, 2017

Teen Wolf’s 618 “Genotype” airs the 17th of September at 8/7c on MTV. Here is the preview including the episode description

Scott and the others must make a discovery before it’s too late.

September 11, 2017

On the eve of his return to Teen Wolf, Colton Haynes dropped a not-so-subtle hint that he could soon be reprising yet another small-screen role, TV Line published;

“Roy’s coming back very soon,” the actor responded Saturday to a fan who tweeted about how much she misses Haynes’ character on Arrow. For those keeping track, Roy Harper — also known as the red-hooded Arsenal — hasn’t been seen in Star City since the Season 4 episode “Unchained”; the CW drama’s sixth season premieres Thursday, Oct. 12 at 9/8c.

In the meantime, those looking for their Haynes fix can catch him reprising the role of Jackson Whittemore on Sunday’s Teen Wolf. He can also be seen Tuesdays on American Horror Story: Cult, in which he plays the crooked-yet-coveted Detective Samuels.

September 10, 2017

Melissa tells Scott to keep on fighting. Teen Wolf’s 617 “Werewolves of London” airs tonight at 8/7c on MTV!

September 10, 2017

This Sunday’s (tonight!) Teen Wolf has a special treat for fans: The return of Jackson and Ethan. And as EW previously reported, they’re coming back in a relationship. But for Colton Haynes and Charlie Carver, the experience was all about getting to revisit the people they worked with. EW was on set for their big return and sat down with both actors during their final days of shooting.

“It feels like we just picked up right where we left off,” Haynes said, sitting in his trailer between takes. Carver added that the vibe on set was “part high school reunion, part frat house. Something very sweet and then also, trouble. Celebratory, I should say.”

For Haynes, the moment he found out the show was ending, he acted. He wasn’t going to miss saying farewell to this experience. “I thought it was just going to keep going until like season 15,” Haynes said. “I had no idea it was ending and then it happened and I called [showrunner] Jeff [Davis] and I said, ‘You know I’m going to be a part of this right?’ Luckily a couple conflicts worked out so I was able to do it.”

One of the first things both Carver and Haynes did upon their return was a fang fitting, a moment Carver said helped snap him back into character: “As soon as you’ve got the claws and the fangs on, you’re right back where you started.” Speaking of claws, Haynes still has one of his original pairs. “I’m a weird hoarder when it comes to memories,” Haynes said, admitting that he still has the first draft of the pilot script, his chair back from his two seasons on the show, and even his teeth from the moment Jackson turned into a werewolf.

Speaking of Jackson becoming a werewolf, he won’t be the exact same Jackson that fans remember. “My character’s completely different but it still is Jackson,” Haynes said. Of course, the biggest change is his relationship with a man. However, that’s not the only thing that’s different now that Jackson is half-werewolf, half-kanima. “Jackson does get to use his tail a lot,” Haynes said. “I used it yesterday on this poor security guard. It’s just fun.”

As for how their characters will ultimately say goodbye when the series ends, Carver said, “I was pleasantly surprised with where Ethan ended up and I think people are going to be really happy with the way this ends.”

September 10, 2017

Dylan O’Brien is back in the spotlight following the serious accident that nearly ended his career — and could have ended his life. The accident occurred on the set of The Maze Runner: The Death Cure back in March 2016 and reportedly was the result of a stunt gone wrong. O’Brien prefers to keep the details of the accident private, but it’s been reported that he suffered a concussion, facial fracture, and brain trauma.

“I was in a really tough place,” O’Brien, 26, told MTV News correspondent Josh Horowitz while promoting his new film American Assassin in New York City.

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At the time of the Maze Runner accident, O’Brien, a burgeoning Hollywood star, was in talks to star in spy thriller American Assassin, director Michael Cuesta’s big screen adaptation of the Vince Flynn bestselling novel series of the same name. Instead of finding a new actor to portray their leading man Mitch Rapp, producers waited until O’Brien was ready and able to commence production on American Assassin.

“I have to give them a lot of credit because they stuck with me, man,” he said. “They didn’t jump ship and go look for another actor. They pushed the movie and wanted to stick with me.”

But whether or not O’Brien wanted to stick with American Assassin following the accident was another story. The Teen Wolf star had not only suffered extensive physical injuries from the accident, but there was also a lot of psychological trauma to deal with as well. O’Brien didn’t even know if he could ever feel safe on a movie set again, let alone act on one.

“I was struggling with a lot stuff,” he said. “I was not confident in my ability to just leap back onto a set. It took a lot of work. Even up to the last minute, there was so much doubt and so much fear. Genuinely. Ultimately, I thought it would be best to push through all that. My thinking was that it would help me, [and] it really did.”

It turns out that getting back to work was exactly what O’Brien needed to feel like himself again. However, that doesn’t mean he’s the same person he was 18 months ago.

“I’ve learned a lot from the past year of my life. In a lot of weird ways, it made me grow,” O’Brien said. “I was really angry for a long time. At this point I’m really at peace with it and really happy that I’m OK.”

American Assassin hits theaters September 15.

September 10, 2017

600+ high quality images of Teen Wolf’s 616 “Triggers” have been added to our photo archives;

September 9, 2017

Morgan sits down with Holland Roden to discuss how she thinks Teen Wolf will end, what she’ll miss least about the show, and more.

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