Celebrating 6 years online
Celebrating the final season
Celebrating 100 Episodes
Welcome to Teen Wolf Online - your ultimate source for all things related to MTV's Teen Wolf. You can find spoilers, screencaptures, cast photos, information about the cast and everything else that is related to the MTV hit series. Teen Wolf Online is in no way affiliated with the cast and crew of the series. No copyright infringement is ever intended. xo admin
Teen Wolf Online

No copyright infringement is ever intended.
© Photo is courtesy of EW.com

Jim Gordon’s love life is about as complicated as the politics of Gotham City, EW.com published;

“We’re going to see Jim make, in some ways, big steps toward I guess what you would call the commissionership,” executive producer John Stephens tells EW. “But also we’re going to see Jim, in his quest to save the city, cross different ethical lines than he ever did before. It’s going to bring him to an ethical nadir that we haven’t seen him at, and it’s going to be told through the context of a relationship that he has with Sofia Falcone, the daughter of Don Falcone, who’s played by Crystal Reed this year. And that’s going to be a really compelling and interesting relationship.”

Gotham returns Thursday, September 21 at 8 p.m. ET on Fox.

August 17, 2017

TV Line confirms that Teen Wolf’s Crystal Reed (Allison Argent) will play Sofia Falcone on the fourth season of FOX’s Gotham;

The Fox drama also announced some new casting for Season 4, which will air on a new night, Thursdays at 8/7c: Crystal Reed (Teen Wolf) will play Sofia Falcone, the strong, intelligent and calculating daughter of Don Falcone. Having run the family’s business in the south over the last 10 years, she returns to Gotham to help Gordon take down Penguin.

July 24, 2017

Crystal Reed (Allison Argent) attended the 2017 ‘Wonderwoman’ movie premiere in Los Angeles on the 25th of May. Here are the photos;

May 26, 2017

Here’s a nice “way back when”! I have found photos of the Season 1 Teen Wolf cast during the Teen Choice Awards’ Summer Press Tour around August 2010. The cast then consisted of Tyler Posey (look at that adorable hair!), Tyler Hoechlin, Dylan O’Brien, Holland Roden and Crystal Reed. How adorable!

Crystal Reed talks about Marie-Jeanne and being back on the Teen Wolf set;

February 24, 2016

WARNING: This article contains spoilers from 5×18: ”The Maid of Gévaudan,” Tuesday’s episode of Teen Wolf.

Not only did “The Maid of Gévaudan” feature the return of Teen Wolf favorite Crystal Reed, but it also introduced fans to the very first Argent hunter: Marie-Jeanne Valet. And it was that character that pulled Reed back into the Teen Wolf world after two years away following the death of Allison Argent.

“[Showrunner] Jeff [Davis] initially brought the idea to me without a script,” Reed says. “He just brought me a legend, basically. He said, ‘We want to make a show around this and it’s going to tie into the modern-day Teen Wolf world.’ At the end, he said, ‘And she’s going to be the first Argent.’ Then it made complete sense to me why I should do it and what he’s trying to do and how beautiful it was that he intertwined everything together.”

Inhabiting a new character, Reed immediately felt a sense of connection to Allison, the character she’d left behind in season 3. “It was always about [Marie-Jeanne’s] journey from being a skeptic into a believer and then also what it feels like to have a member of your family completely betray you, which I think is parallel to Allison’s story,” Reed says. “She had to go from a skeptic to a believer and then also so many people in her family betrayed her, from her mother to her aunt to her grandfather.”

Then, of course, there’s the obvious familial connection between the two characters, which Reed also used to help inform her performance as Marie-Jeanne. “I wanted to make sure that I brought the same sort of strength that Allison had, that innate strength that she doesn’t even know where she gets it from,” she says. “I wanted to make sure that was part of her character because that’s something that I think the fans really relate to and I think it’s a really great trait for young women.”

Also great for young women? The fact that it’s Marie-Jeanne who eventually takes down The Beast in a fight scene that Reed admits was a little odd to film at times. “It was actually quite difficult running in those clothes because the corset was tied really, really tight. It’s funny, I always do this: I ask for it to be much like it would’ve been in the period and then I regret it mid-way through the shoot,” she says with a laugh. “I wanted to be able to walk how they walked, therefore it has to be really tight, but yeah, it wasn’t the most fun running through the woods with it.”

And when it came time for her literal showdown with The Beast, Reed says, “The scene with the sword where I pierce him was really difficult because there was nobody there, so I’m just basically screaming at nothing,” she says, laughing.

But in the end, Marie-Jeanne came out victorious. And yet, her presence wasn’t the only Allison mention in the episode. When Lydia realizes that Argent and Gerard are looking to her to defeat The Beast in present-day, she screams, “I am not Allison,” a line that caught fans — and Reed — a little off-guard. “I read it and got a little shock to my heart,” Reed says. “I remember thinking if I was her, I would be like, ‘How am I going to say this?’ Because you know it’s either going to make people cry or make someone upset, [and] there’s going to be instant tweets,” she explains, adding, “Holland [Roden] is such a great actor and I think she did it so perfectly.”

With Lydia now facing what Marie-Jeanne once faced, Reed’s advice is simply for Lydia to accept help from her friends. “There are people who can help you and in fact, it’d be better if you had that support,” she says.

As to whether Reed would be interested in continuing to explore Marie-Jeanne — potential spin-off, anyone? — Reed says, “We weren’t even finished filming and there was sort of that chat around set. When you are doing something that you know is going to be great, there’s this kind of magical energy on set. I think that I would definitely be open to something like this. It looks great; it has a great message; and it would be a challenge for me, so yeah, I would never say never and it would be something that if done the right way, with the right people, could be really exciting.”


Teen Wolf airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET on MTV.

February 24, 2016


Ever since Allison Argent died heroically at the end of Teen Wolf’s third season, fans have been clamoring for the actor who played her, Crystal Reed, to return.
And finally, the wait is over.

BuzzFeed News can exclusively reveal that Reed will guest star on the Feb. 23 episode of Teen Wolf, titled “The Maid of Gévaudan.” But there’s a twist: She won’t be playing Allison Argent. Instead, she’ll breathe life into the progenitor of the Argent family line, Marie-Jeanne Valet, in the flashback-heavy episode, written by executive producer Jeff Davis.

Before talk of this episode emerged, Reed had been reluctant to return to Teen Wolf. “Allison had such an amazing end to her life, I feel like bringing her back in any way might tarnish that beautiful story,” she told BuzzFeed News in a phone interview.

But when Davis called her to talk about the seedlings of what would become “The Maid of Gévaudan,” she couldn’t resist.

“Basically, Jeff just said, ‘France in the 1700s,’ and I was in,” Reed said of the call that reeled her back. “He was definitely playing into my emotions. He knows that I have been dying to do a period piece and I love getting my head around different accents and different cultures. He didn’t even have much of a character worked out other than it was based on the Maid of Gévaudan. And I knew the legend, so before really knowing anything further, I said yes.”

Davis created a storyline that not only allowed Reed to return to Teen Wolf, but also informed the present-day plot: Scott (Tyler Posey), Stiles (Dylan O’Brien), Lydia (Holland Roden), Malia (Shelley Hennig), and Liam (Dylan Sprayberry) are trying to figure out how to defeat the Beast of Gévaudan, a supernatural creature that’s been resurrected in Beacon Hills that the Maid of Gévaudan, Marie-Jeanne Valet, faced in 1765.

“She was a peasant girl who had fashioned a bayonet onto a spear and was supposedly one of the first to survive an attack by the beast,” Davis told BuzzFeed News over the phone. Allison’s grandfather, Gerard Argent (Michael Hogan), recounts Valet’s story to Scott’s pack in hopes they can deduce the creature’s weaknesses.

“Valet is another female warrior, and I think one of the great things Crystal does is she gives our viewers, especially our young female viewers, someone to look up to,” Davis said. Plus, he noted, “we also get to see her wielding a crossbow again!”

Though Reed has long maintained that she had no interest in playing Allison again, out of respect for how nobly the character died, Valet’s choice of weapon is hardly where the similarities between the two characters end. “There are little things I got to do with the character that Allison might have done — a little look or a gesture or the way she walks; I sort of made sure they were a little bit the same because they’re family after all,” Reed said, adding that Valet’s driving force is also the same as Allison’s. “She shares that basic, intrinsic quality Allison had that was just pure kindness. She’s fighting for justice and for what’s right, and that’s something I think they have in common that people will love. It’s the hero and the bravery that gets us at the end of the day.”

And that’s also why Reed is open to the idea of exploring other ways she could bring the Argent family’s long lineage back to television. “There have been some little chats about that,” she said of a potential spin-off. “That would be amazing. I would be so stoked to do that.” Davis said if that’s something MTV and the fans wanted, he’d be on board as well, because there’s plenty more Argent history to unveil. “If I had all the time in the world, this would have been a two-parter and we would have delved even deeper,” he said. “It almost feels like we didn’t get to tell enough of her story.”

Whether this episode marks the start of a new chapter for Reed on MTV or simply a brief homecoming, one thing is for certain: The fans are the ones who made it possible.
“They definitely were a deciding factor,” Reed said of returning to Teen Wolf. “When Jeff was going through the character and ended by saying, ‘And that’s where the Argents begin,’ my heart sank. Allison was so close to me and a big bone of contention was that she never had a funeral. It’s almost like the closing of a casket would be the end of her story and I wanted to be able to give that to fans. Sometimes I read comments on my social media and the passion is still so strong … it feels like a whole lot of love all the time in the best way possible. It never ceases to amaze me, really.”


January 7, 2016


It’s official! HUGE NEWS: Crystal Reed is returning to Teen Wolf, EW.com exclusively learned.

EW has confirmed that Crystal Reed will appear in the show’s Feb. 23 episode, though she won’t be playing the late Allison Argent. As was first reported by BuzzFeed, Reed is set to play Marie-Jeanne Valet, an Argent ancestor.

As Davis recently told EW, the flashback-heavy episode will give fans some background on The Beast. Specifically, episode 518 will take fans back to 18th Century France, where, Davis said, “We definitely learn more about [The Beast]. There’s plenty of research and literature out there about the myth of The Beast and what it actually was. Was it a prehistoric animal that somehow survived? Was it actually a pack of wolves? We delve into that and we try to tell the true story, and our Argents intersect with that.”

Specifically, Marie-Jeanne Valet intersects with that story, and it seems she might have a few things in common with Allison. As Reed told BuzzFeed, “There are little things I got to do with the character that Allison might have done — a little look or a gesture or the way she walks; I sort of made sure they were a little bit the same because they’re family after all.”

And like Allison, Reed says that Valet is “fighting for justice and for what’s right.” (And yes, she has a bow and arrow.)

As for what this means for Reed, she told BuzzFeed that there have been “some little chats” about a possible Argent family spin-off. In other words, if things were to work out, there could be many more Argents coming our way.

For a first look at Reed as Valet, head to BuzzFeed.

Teen Wolf airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET on MTV.


January 7, 2016

Teen Wolf’s Allison Argent, played by our lovely Crystal Reed, made the list of ‘Most Shocking TV Deaths’;


Allison and Scott (Tyler Posey) were the couple at the center of Teen Wolf. Theirs was the love story that viewers were watching, even when the two weren’t together. So when the couple—and their friends—went to save Lydia (Holland Roden) in season 3’s penultimate episode, there was no reason for fans to fear for either of their lives. In fact, fans were more worried about Isaac (Daniel Sharman), who was being beaten by the Oni when Allison figured out a way to kill them. But her moment of victory was quickly ruined by another Oni putting a sword through her. It happened in a split second, but it was a split second that fans will never forget. As Allison fell, Scott caught her—and she got to die in the arms of her first love. —Samantha Highfill


January 6, 2016

Teen Wolf’s Holland Roden attended the Comic-Con Party hosted by MAXIM, FX and FOX Home Entertainment on July 13th back in 2012. Colton Haynes and Crystal Reed also attended that event. Photos are added to our photo archive!

November 7, 2015

Page 1 of 612345...Last »