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Need to know what’s coming next after that incredible season 6 premiere of Teen Wolf? HollywoodLife.com chatted EXCLUSIVELY with EP Jeff Davis about what that final premiere moment means for Stiles and more. Plus, what’s Dylan O’Brien’s status with the show?

What made you decide that Lydia was going to be the one who would be with Stiles before he was taken?
In other seasons, we’ve really explored Scott and Stiles’ friendship, we’ve explored Stiles’ first real romance with Malia, and this was a great friendship — Stiles and Lydia — that’s growing into something more. We really felt like it was the time. We discussed this a lot in the writers’ room, and we felt like this was the time, this was the season, with our last 20 episodes to really go for things. We’re going for it!

Where have the Ghost Riders taken Stiles?
Stiles is definitely displaced. We came up with a really cool visual element to show that kind of displacement for the people who have been taken by the Wild Hunt and the Ghost Riders. You’ll see it in episode 5, but it allows this really cool visual for both the season and the climax of that story.

Peter and Stiles come face-to-face again in 6A. Are we going to see more familiar faces?
Yes. Hopefully more than one. We’re still — I’ve reached out to one or two people on my wish list to get back. We’ll see if we can make it happen.

What’s the dynamic going to be like between Stiles and Peter going forward?
They need to help each other. They need to get out. They essentially need to be remembered. They both realize they’ve bene forgotten and they no longer exist. There’s a very interesting scientific element to it that the younger characters sort of get into — Liam, Mason and Hayden. It’s in the fist few episodes, where it’s all within the realm of possible worlds. Can you be forgotten? Can your life divert into this one path as if you never existed? Stiles and Peter have to help each other. One of the things we were excited to explore again was Peter and Malia’s relationship. If Peter is forgotten as well, what happens when Malia forgets him? What kind of loss does she feel without him?

Can you say how much Dylan will be a part 6B?
I’m not talking too much about Dylan O’Brien’s schedule. It’s been a challenge so far. We’ll wait and see. Ask me in a couple of weeks.



TV Line spoke with executive producer Jeff Davis about the episode’s biggest moment (Stiles and Lydia!), but first, a quick recap. Don’t read this is you have not seen 6×01: “Memory Lost” yet!

Tuesday’s premiere marked the long-awaited/dreaded arrival of the Riders, a sinister band of horse-mounted goons who specialize in erasing people from existence. After snatching up a young boy named Alex, along with his parents — we still have no idea why they were targeted, mind you — the Riders shifted their attention to Stiles, who became first (and hopefully last!) member of Scott’s pack to get erased.
Although no one in Stiles’ life — seriously, not even his own dad — is currently aware he ever existed, a spark of hope remains within Lydia, who seems to remember… that she’s forgetting… someone? (Honestly, it’s a start, and I’ll take it.) More importantly, in Stiles’ final pre-erased moments, he told Lydia, “Remember I love you.”

Elsewhere in the episode, Beacon Hills High School’s hot new science teacher — who is, in all likelihood, a Nazi werewolf — had the younger set melting like putty in his hands. (Is that a thing? Does putty melt in your hands, or am I thinking of M&Ms?)
OK, let’s get to the moment we’ve all been waiting for: the big Stiles/Lydia L-bomb.
“We had so much debate about this in the writers’ room,” Davis admits. “Should we keep them friends? Should we go for it? Finding out that this is the last season makes you want to go for things that you’ve been holding off on. We’ve seen them as great friends, as antagonists and even as Lydia not knowing who the hell Stiles is. It’s a progression of their relationship that, to us, felt pretty natural. When we saw the scene cut together in the first episode, we thought, ‘OK, this is going to be good.’”
As for why Lydia is sensing Stiles’ absence more than the rest of the pack — besides, you know, the fact that she’s a banshee — Davis acknowledges, “They have a very special relationship. They’ve saved each other’s lives several times. We’ve explored Scott’s great friendship with Stiles, and we wanted to go through a different perspective this time.”



Can Stiles be saved? Who’s the real Mr. Douglas? Can the Ghost Riders be stopped? Keep watching the final season of Teen Wolf to find out if the pack will be destroyed or if they can save Beacon Hills for ONE. LAST. TIME.



I have added 600+ 1080p screencaptures of Teen Wolf’s 6×01: “Memory Lost” to our photo archive;



Teen Wolf’s final season has started! Here are the songs that played during Teen Wolf’s 6×01 “Memory Lost”;

Lyra “Emerald”
Cheat Codes “Adventure”
Dead Right “Don’t Wanna Dance”
Washington “Rides On the Storm”
Novo Amor “Anchor (Ed Tulett Remix)”



While Scott, Lydia and Malia search for lost memories of a missing friend, Corey discovers a connection between his abilities and the Wild Hunt.



The ballot is a lock and the competition is fierce!

People’s Choice Awards 2017 announced its final nominees today (Nov. 15), and with more than 125 million votes cast, it’s safe to say the fans have definitely spoken. (If you can’t wait to find out who made the ballot, scroll down to the bottom of this post to see the full list of nominees.)

The top vote-getters in music, movies, TV, and digital were revealed during the People’s Choice Awards 2017 nominations press conference in Los Angeles. Presenters Jordana Brewster (Lethal Weapon), Jamie Chung (Office Christmas Party), Ken Jeong (Dr. Ken), Boris Kodjoe (Code Black), Piper Perabo (Life In Pieces), Molly Shannon (Divorce), Wilmer Valderrama (NCIS), Executive Producer Mark Burnett and People’s Choice President Fred Nelson were on-hand to do the honors.

With a whopping 64 categories, People’s Choice Awards 2017 promises to be one for the books — and in the case of Ellen DeGeneres, it could be one for the record books. DeGeneres is nominated in three categories, including “Favorite Animated Movie Voice,” “Favorite Daytime TV Host” and “Favorite Comedic Collaboration.” If she wins even one of those categories, she would become the most-decorated People’s Choice Awards winner in history.
Though DeGeneres could set a People’s Choice Awards record, Kevin Hart may just be the one to watch. The actor leads the list of nominees for People’s Choice Awards 2017 with five total nods. Meanwhile, with four nods each, Drake and Rihanna are going to have to “work, work, work” to race ahead of each other before voting closes. They’re both tied for the most nominations in music. The biggest music showdown, however, might end up being between former One Direction bandmates Zayn Malik and Niall Horan. The singers are both in the running for “Favorite Breakout Artist.” (As if it wasn’t hard to enough picking your favorite 1D member, right?) Zayn is also up for “Favorite Song” with Pillowtalk. Captain America: Civil War dominates movies with seven noms across the board, while Grey’s Anatomy makes a strong showing in TV with five nods.

You determined the list of nominees, and now it’s up to you to choose the winner. Starting today, fans can cast votes for who they want to see take home a People’s Choice Award. Fans can vote via PeoplesChoice.com, Facebook, and/or via Facebook Messenger. Voting ends Thursday, Dec. 15 at 11:59 PM, ET.

Take a look of the full list here at People’s Choice!
You vote until Thursday, December 15th at 11.59PM, ET.

Teen Wolf and Tyler Posey have both been nominated;

American Horror Story
Orphan Black
Teen Wolf
The Walking Dead

Andrew Lincoln
Ian Somerhalder
Jensen Ackles
Sam Heughan
Tyler Posey



Shelley Hennig and Tyler Posey put each other to the test playing ‘This or That.’



The After After Show returns tomorrow! What’s got Dylan Sprayberry so mad?! Find out after the premiere of Teen Wolf on MTV.com!



The final season of MTV’s Teen Wolf, kicking off Tuesday at 9/8c, will have everyone asking, “What the hell is a Stiles?” TV Line sat down with Jeff Davis to talk about Teen Wolf’s final season;

“We approached this season with the knowledge that we’d have limited access to Dylan O’Brien because of his burgeoning movie career, and thinking, ‘If this is the last 20 episodes of Teen Wolf, how do we give everyone a really big send-off?’” executive producer Jeff Davis tells TVLine. “We came up with this story that creates this big mystery about Stiles and the memory of Stiles.”

The theme of this final season, Davis explains, is “how your life can be affected and changed by one person, and what that loss means. It’s all about memory, and how memory shapes us.” And that “one person” is O’Brien’s character, who — as revealed in the trailers for Season 6 — becomes “erased” from existence by the dreaded Riders; their backstory will become clear “towards the climax of the season.”
(Bonus fact, via Davis: “The title of the first episode is ‘Memory Lost,’ which is actually a title stolen from a feature script I wrote a long time ago about memory loss.”)

Speaking of honoring people’s memories, Davis says there’s been a lot of internal discussion about “which characters we want to bring back for the last 20 episodes,” adding that Kira “comes up a little later in the story” and that her return is “not outside the real of possibility.”
As for fresh faces, there’s a hot new teacher — a redundant description, I know — at Beacon Hills High who happens to be harboring a supernatural secret. A really, really old one.
“We have a joke that Beacon Hills High School should be a lot better at background checking,” Davis says of Mr. Garrett Douglas (played by Pete Ploszek). “If they looked into his background, it would go all the way back World War II. … You see him in a flashback in the trailer, bearing his fangs.” (Suddenly all that talk about Nazi werewolves makes a lot more sense.)

Generally speaking, Teen Wolf‘s final outing will continue to push Scott’s pack forward, while still honoring the people and moments that got us all here — a delicate balancing act at times.
“There’s one episode in particular where we dive back into the past, for a very plot-driven reason,” Davis teases. “It’s hard not to start looking back, which we do, but we’re trying to stay away from the kind of series finales where it feels like a role call of every character who’s been on the show. We still want to keep it new.”


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