Celebrating the final season of Teen Wolf -Teen Wolf airs Tuesdays at 9pm on MTV
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It’s time to celebrate in Beacon Hills: The Teen Wolf gang just completed their 100th — and final — episode. And the MTV gang commemorated the occasion with a sweet and ornate treat;

The cast — including Tyler Posey, Holland Roden, Dylan Sprayberry, Shelley Hennig, JR Bourne (in spirit!), executive producer Jeff Davis, Khylin Rhambo, Melissa Ponzio, Ryan Kelley, Susan Walters, Linden Ashby, Gideon Emery, Ian Bohen, Sibongile Mlambo, Froy Gutierrez and Andrew Matarazzo — happily posed in front of an elaborate cake featuring symbols associated with the long-running series. And that decorated dessert, courtesy of HelenaWirthCakes! There’s Scott’s pack, claw marks, the Nemeton, Derek Hale’s tattoo the Triskele, Allison Argent’s pendant, a forest with wolves, a Beacon Hills High School sign, and of course, the beloved Jeep.

Teen Wolf officially wraps today (hold your tears).


EW.com wrote the following;

Turning 100 has never looked so good.

On Thursday, the cast of Teen Wolf gathered on-set to celebrate filming their milestone 100th episode … which will also be the show’s last. With the MTV drama officially wrapping for good on Friday, the large ensemble enjoyed an elaborate and delicious looking cake.

Present for the occasion was Tyler Posey, Dylan Sprayberry, Shelley Hennig, Tyler Posey, Holland Roden, Khylin Rhambo, Melissa Ponzio, Ryan Kelley, Susan Walters, Linden Ashby, Gideon Emery, Ian Bohen, Sibongile Mlambo, Froy Gutierrez, and Andrew Matarazzo. Notably absent from the festivities was Dylan O’Brien, who is not confirmed to return for the show’s final run.

This summer, Teen Wolf will be back for the second half of season 6 and its final 10 episodes.



The good news: Stiles is finally back on Teen Wolf. The bad news: He’s hanging out with the Hale we love to hate, MTV has the details;

In a preview for next week’s episode, below, the beloved Beacon Hills teen meets up with none other than Peter Hale, whom we haven’t seen since he was locked up after trying to steal Scott’s Alpha powers in Season 4. And get this: The two seem to be existing in some sort of weird parallel universe reminiscent of the Upside Down in Stranger Things (if the Upside Down were indeed an old train station).

But is having Malia’s old man around all that bad? Maybe not, since the former Alpha seems to know a thing or two about the Ghost Riders and their Wild Hunt.

“They ride the lightning,” he tells Stiles the clip. “They are an unstoppable force of nature, but I promise you, they don’t make pit stops in train stations. If this is the Wild Hunt, there is no escape. You and I are doomed to ride the storm forever.”

But what does Stiles think about Peter’s gloomy assessment of the situation? Watch the clip to find out, and see it all go down Tuesday at 9/8c. (You won’t want to miss this ep — trust us.)



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!



We’ve seen the photos, heard the hype, and now it’s finally time to see Tyler Hoechlin in action as the Man of Steel. The first clip from the Season 2 premiere of Supergirl, titled “The Adventures of Supergirl,” is here, via EW, and it features both Kara Danvers (Melissa Benoist) and Clark Kent (Hoechlin) as they team up to save the day for the very first time.

Although, Superman seems to be completely fine with letting Supergirl do the heavy lifting for this mission.

Honestly, it’s just nice to see Hoechlin enthusiastically embrace both Clark Kent — in all of his clumsy, geeky glory — and Superman — finally, a Man of Steel worth rooting for — without losing their individual idiosyncrasies. Honestly, director Zack Snyder could learn a few things from Hoechlin’s performance.

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MTV has the first photo of Dylan O’Brien in his upcoming movie ‘American Assassin’;

Stiles Stilinski loooooooooves to track down a Teen Wolf villain — and now Dylan O’Brien’s newest film role will feature the actor partaking in the same type of activity.

The 25-year-old — who’s returning to the long-running series on November 15 — is starring in the action-thriller American Assassin. Fortunately, we don’t have to wait for a trailer to get a peek at the New York native in action: The motion picture’s Twitter account just teased the inaugural glimpse of O’Brien as Mitch Rapp, the protagonist in Vince Flynn’s fictional novels.

Yep, you do not want to f*ck with this guy (and damn, DOB looks good).

Now, a bit more background about the thespian’s part. Rapp is a CIA black-ops recruit under the instruction of Cold War veteran Stan Hurley (Michael Keaton). From there, the duo is enlisted by CIA Deputy Director Irene Kennedy (Sanaa Lathan) to investigate what appears to be a series of random attacks on military and civilian targets. However, they discover a pattern in the violence that leads them to a joint mission with a lethal Turkish agent (Shiva Negar) to stop a mysterious operative (Taylor Kitsch) intent on starting a world war in the Middle East. THE SUSPENSE.

Be sure to check MTV News for any and all DOB updates, and don’t forget Teen Wolf returns for the final installment on November 15 at 9/8c.




Certain Teen Wolf supernaturals are known to let out a few howls — and now, some of the stars from the long-running series are using the trademark animal sound for a great reason, MTV shared;

The #Howl4ACure campaign, which is currently active across social media with a bunch of Beacon Hills’ finest supporting it, is encouraging everyone to share their best howl along with the aforementioned hashtag to help spread awareness about cystic fibrosis and support the work being done by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (an explainer video is featured above).

Then the Teen Wolf cast — including Holland Roden, Charlie Carver, Max Carver, Ryan Kelley, Ian Bohen and JR Bourne — will celebrate the campaign on September 7 with an interactive free live stream with games, special guests and surprises (!!) on a new app called Bidchat. The broadcast will be available in the US on the mobile app and worldwide on the web platform. Viewers can also bid for windows of time to interact with the cast live in split-screen — and proceeds from the winning bids and direct donations in the app will benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

A bit of background about this specific cause and why it’s personal for the TW crew: JR’s niece Madison was born with the genetic disease 17 years ago, and the actor has long been a champion of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Soon after landing the role of Chris Argent, his activism began to evolve in a different, but fantastic, direction.

“When I started doing conventions for the show, I realized it was an amazing platform for discussing the disease and raising money for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation,” JR told MTV News. “The fans went above and beyond to show their love and support.”

Looking forward, what do the thespians want participants to take away from #Howl4ACure?

“We hope people learn something about the disease and how organizations like the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation really are essential to advancements in medical science,” Charlie explained. “And when you show love towards one community and lend your support, you’re really sending out a much larger message to the world. So I also hope that this #Howl4ACure campaign inspires others to take action on the causes they care about.”

And now, the howling. Before you upload your submission, here are some helpful tips from the twins.

“It’s got to start from the feet and shoot all the way up,” Charlie disclosed, while adding “it’s a full-body experience.”

Max’s take? “A howl is an expression of the self. You do you. Howl like nobody’s watching.”

With that, upload your howl clips now and use #Howl4ACure, then be sure to participate in the September 7 extravaganza!



Ahead of the final season of Teen Wolf, Tyler Posey reflects on how proud he is of Scott McCall’s growth. New episodes begin this November!



Holland, Cody, Dylan and Khylin talk about the final season of Teen Wolf during the Q&A with MTV;



Step into the wardrobe closet with Holland Roden and our costume designer as they takes us down memory lane;


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