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One of Sunday’s back-to-back episodes of Teen Wolf (MTV, 8/7c) reveals the name of the mysterious, corpse-looking Big Bad of the final season — and it’s a mouthful. Fortunately, Ryan Kelley has a helpful alternative for fans.

“We just called him ‘Pulpy’ on set,” the actor tells TVLine. “He’s just this gooey, slippery, nasty guy — real creepy.” The interview continues;

Unfortunately, the villain’s weirdly adorable nickname is one of the few specific details Kelley can still recall from the final 10 episodes’ unconventional shoot.
“When we shot [Season 6B], we were kind of mixing and matching episodes, so it’s all a blur in my head,” he admits. “And it’s a been a minute, so I really only have a vague memory of what happened. Because certain characters were coming back, we had all these different schedules we had to work with. The poor writers had to write the first few episodes, then figure out how to end it, then write what was in between. It was really fun, but it was also kind of crazy.”

Below, Kelley talks more about the show’s impending conclusion, including the “loose ends” still to be tied up:

TVLINE | With so many villains on this show, Parrish ends up being a key component to defeating them. Why doesn’t the pack just go to him first?
[Laughs] Well, the thing about Parrish is that even he doesn’t have any idea what he’s doing. This is still new to him, so he’s figuring it out as he goes along. First he found out he’s a hellhound, then that he’s not the only hellhound, then that you can kill a hellhound with a single bullet. It’s been a lot.

TVLINE | Is there still more we’re going to learn about Parrish’s hellhound side?
This being the final season, and the fact that we all found out halfway through shooting Season 6, there are a lot of loose ends that need to be tied up. Fans of the show want to know more about every character, but because we only have X amount of time left, certain things probably won’t get to be answered.

TVLINE | Tell me about shooting those final episodes. Did it feel like the end?
It was bittersweet. A lot of us hoped we’d do Season 7, and that would be the final season, but at least we were lucky enough to find out with 10 episodes left to film. Some shows end without knowing if they’re getting another season — and then they’re canceled.

TVLINE | We’re seeing a few familiar faces pop up in the coming weeks. Did you get to work with anyone you hadn’t before?
Colton [Haynes], I think, is an amazing, hilarious human being. But Parrish and [Jackson] never got to cross paths. I thought that would have been pretty cool. And I’ve worked with him before, but Dylan [O’Brien] coming back to do the last few episodes was pretty neat.

TVLINE | Either way, it’s cool that Parrish gets to join the fight. Do you ever think back to your earliest days, before you even knew what Parrish was?
All the time. I knew there was something more to him, but I was originally given the impression that Parrish was going to be a hunter. He was going to be in the police force under Argent’s command. But with the way the story went, and certain people leaving the show, it didn’t make sense anymore. I’ve never gotten official confirmation on that, but I’m pretty sure that was the original plan. My only concern was that I wanted to be something worthy — something that could actually help in fights.

TVLINE | Speaking of the old days, what are your thought on the whole Parrish/Lydia thing? That was getting interesting before it was dropped.
[Laughs] They definitely teased you with it, then it didn’t happen. But whatever happened or didn’t, and whatever people were hoping for, Parrish did have a connection with Lydia — and vice versa. They’re both people who had recently discovered that they’re supernatural, so they went through the same thing. Parrish is a little older, but Lydia is wise beyond her years, so they clicked. They definitely had a friendship, and Parrish wanted something more, but it wasn’t his place to do anything. Because of timing and scripts and all that, it didn’t necessarily work out to the advantage of them as a couple. I also thought that last season, as Lydia was trying to find Stiles, those were some crazy powerful moments. One of my favorite scenes from the show was when Lydia was crying against the wall and Stiles was on the other side; they were so close that they could feel each other. The writers nailed that. So, personally, I’m sad that Lydia and Parrish didn’t get to explore their relationship more. But as a fan, I totally get it. It didn’t need to happen. Last season was an amazing storyline, and it couldn’t have happened if Lydia had been with Parrish.

TVLINE | While we’re talking about polarizing couples, do you have any thoughts on Scott and Malia? I doubt Parrish cares.
Malia is one of my favorite characters on the show. Shelley [Hennig] has amazing comedic timing. So her being able to have a connection is another interesting storyline I didn’t necessarily see right away. But now that we’re seeing it, it’s like, “Yeah, I get it. That can work.” … As for Parrish, as long as they’re happy and not hurting anyone, I’m sure he doesn’t care.

August 19, 2017


Within the first five minutes of Sunday’s Teen Wolf premiere, it was clear that Scott & Co. were ready to get the heck out of Beacon Hills — if only their beloved hometown was ready to let them go.

“So much of 6A was about Stiles, so with these last 10, we really wanted to tell the story of the teen wolf — of Scott and his final battle,” executive producer Jeff Davis tells TVLine.

And with Scott, Lydia and Malia finally starting to forge their own paths in the world, Davis the universe could not have picked a less convenient time to drop a new end-of-the-world crisis — complete with a heap of mythology — in their laps. I think I’m most disappointed for Malia, to be honest; those “mysterious French men” she had planned for herself sounded really fun.

In less fun news, the episode also introduced a few new troublemakers, including a hellhound named Halwyn (played by Eye Candy‘s Casey Deidrick), whose fiery, shirtless existence was cut tragically short by an Argent bullet shot by Beacon Hills High School’s new guidance counselor. Of that character, Davis says there’s a “very good reason for her ending up in the situation she’s in,” one which will be revealed in Episode 615.

Besides the eye candy of it all, Halwyn’s death was also a bummer because he was basically the key to solving Lydia’s latest bonkers premonition — and what would a Teen Wolf premiere be without one of those? This particular vision found Lydia traipsing through the halls of BHHS, which were almost completely covered in spiderwebs. Naturally, those spiderwebs spoke to Lydia, warning of gunshots and screams and other pleasant things. Then came the kicker: “You let it out! You were supposed to ride with the hunt forever!” And with Halwyn unable to solve this final riddle for them, the pack will have to do some old-fashioned detective work.

Not participating in the mystery, at least not full-time, will be Stiles, whose voicemail to Scott made the pack question whether they should even get him involved. Besides, he has enough to worry about with his classes at Quantico — especially after the episode’s final moments, in which he discovered that Derek Hale is on the FBI’s radar for “mass murder.” (Bonus scoop: Davis says that the next time we see Tyler Hoechlin’s character, he’ll be in South America. As for Stiles, you can expect to see him pop up in “several episodes.”)

If you’re looking for more concrete answers, particularly related to the “price” that Lydia mentioned in the episode, Davis isn’t saying much — only that the mystery will “unfold over the course of the season.” So buckle up.

July 31, 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


The cast of Teen Wolf and their executive producer Jeff Davis sat down with TV Line‘s Andy Swift to talk about the trailer and the remaining 10 episodes;



“It’s important to teach good hygiene.” That is how one Teen Wolf cast member explained away the steamy shower encounter glimpsed in promos for the MTV drama’s final run of 10 episodes, premiering Sunday, July 30 at 8/7c. TV Line has all the details;

Speaking with Senior Digital Editor Andy Swift at TVLine’s Comic-Con interview suite, series creator Jeff Davis called the apparent Scott/Malia hookup “a natural progression,” explaining that with things winding down, there’s a want to “go down paths you’ve never gone down before.” (And if any “Stalia” fans are reaching for pitchforks? “Bring it on!” he says.)

Elsewhere in the above video Q&A: Tyler Posey considers Stiles’ possible reaction to the aforementioned illicitness (“I’d think it was adorable”); Dylan Sprayberry talks about Liam’s love going missing; Cody Christian ponders why everybody seems to love Theo; and Davis shares the latest on the brand-new, so-soon “reboot” talk — any why reinventing the series would be “incredibly hard” for him.

Also, Posey and the others preview “nostalgic, warm and whole… and sad” series finale coming your way.



Because now we apparently talk of “reboots” before a show has actually ended, MTV is said to be in early discussions with Teen Wolf creator Jeff Davis about reviving the not-yet-dead drama as an anthology series, TVLine published:

The basic cabler is talking with Davis about the idea of bringing the series back within “a couple of years” with a predominantly “new class” (because everyone loved Saved by the Bell: The New Class, right?) and new setting. What’s more, the series’ current storyline is expected to continue beyond the “final” 10 episodes in the form of a Serial-esque podcast.

“These characters and these stories have hit a peak,” MTV president Chris McCarthy told The Hollywood Reporter. “We are talking with Jeff about how do we actually keep that franchise alive. And the beauty of the evolution of media is you can see the series going on through a series of podcasts and then see a resurrection of a new class in a couple years.”
Again, Teen Wolf‘s alleged final season isn’t even over yet. Season 6B — which features the returns of Jackson, Derek, Stiles and Ethan (watch trailer) — premieres Sunday, July 30 at 8/7c.

July 19, 2017


Teen Wolf has never been gun shy about murking your faves, and as the MTV drama heads into its final 10 episodes (exact premiere date TBD), the death toll will continue to rise in Beacon Hills. At least that’s how Linden Ashby made it sound when TVLine caught up with him at the Saturn Awards earlier this week, where we managed to squeeze some Season 6B scoop out of Papa Stilinski;’

“It’s a really cool season, and yes, a lot of people actually do die,” he told us. “It’s really about fear and people coming together in different camps, and it’s about intolerance. It’s about a lot of things that are pretty current right now. I think it’s going to be good.”

He added, “I get to do something that I haven’t done much of the entire season — I maybe get to fight a little bit. [Stilinski is] trying to keep things from spinning out of control and trying to keep people together. It’s not easy.”
As for how Stilinski will cope with Beacon Hills’ noticeable lack of Stiles Mieczyslaw, now enrolled in a pre-FBI program at George Washington University, Ashby assured us that all lines of communication between father and son will remain open.

“Well, you know, we call each other every day,” he said. “And we email and text, so it’s OK.”

July 2, 2017


This, as a Teen Wolf and Jane the Virgin-fan, to me, is the BEST news ever! Our very own Teen Wolf Tyler Posey joins Jane the Virgin as… continue reading to find out!

Oh, so Jane’s got a secret hairy-guy fetish.
Teen Wolf man-beast Tyler Posey is joining the cast of Jane the Virgin as someone from our titular heroine’s past, TVLine has learned. He will make his first appearance in the May 22 Season 3 finale and is slated to return for the already-ordered Season 4.

One has to wonder if Posey’s character is the same guy referenced in the March 27 episode, which opened with the Narrator saying Jane “has been passionately in love with exactly three men in her life. The first was…. actually, I’m not ready to introduce him yet. We’ll get there.”
Posey recently wrapped work on Teen Wolf‘s sixth and final season. The series’ final episodes will begin airing later this summer.

This article was originally posted by TV Line.

April 5, 2017


Now that you’ve had a full night to process that Teen Wolf finale, what do you say to a little more scoop from the series’ last 10 episodes (ever)? For starters, if you’re wondering why Tuesday’s midseason finale ended so abruptly — without giving us a taste of what’s still to come — executive producer Jeff Davis says that was very much a “planned thing.” TV Line has the details;

“I didn’t want to have a tag at the end leading into [Season 6B],” he tells TVLine. “You get a little tired of cliffhangers. They start to seem a bit perfunctory, like too much salesmanship.”
As you might expect, this means Davis isn’t eager to dole out spoilers for the last 10 episodes, though he does confirm that “we’re going to have some appearances in the final season of people you haven’t seen in a long time.”

One of those people, as revealed back in December, will be Scott’s dad, who received a little shout-out in the finale’s closing scene. Davis says that Agent McCall re-enters the picture out of “necessity. You’ll see the city of Beacon Hills thrown into a bit of a chaotic state, so he comes back as an FBI agent first and a dad second.” (No word on how he might react to the news of Melissa and Argent’s new romance.)
As for other beloved characters, Davis says the show will continue to explore Malia and Peter‘s complicated relationship (“Can he ever truly redeem himself, or is he always going to go back to being a bad guy?”) as well as Mason’s new position in the pack (“Mason is the smartest kid in the group, probably on par with Lydia. You’ll see a lot more of him in 6B.”)

February 3, 2017


If you thought Tuesday’s Teen Wolf felt more like a series finale than a midseason ender, there’s a good reason for that. Jeff Davis sat down with TV Line to discuss the show’s mid-season finale and more;

“We definitely wanted to close the book on the high school chapter of their lives,” executive producer Jeff Davis tells TVLine. “This season was really about honoring the character of Stiles. We knew we wouldn’t have Dylan O’Brien full-time, and then we had him even less once his accident happened. So there was a bit of behind-the-scenes trickery there. I love when a season feels like it’s told a full story, a complete story. Every season finale has felt like a series finale to me.”

Before we continue picking apart the episode, here’s a quick recap of the main events (in addition to the defeat of Mr. Douglas and the Ghost Riders): Stiles returned to the land of the living, where he reunited with (and kissed!) Lydia; Argent and Melissa shared a kiss of their own; Malia and Peter had their first real heart-to-heart moment as father and daughter; Stilinski and Lydia teamed up to send Claudia back to… wherever the hell she came from; and the senior pack members celebrated the end of high school. (Stiles is off to a pre-FBI program at George Washington University, while Lydia is heading to MIT — as a junior! — and Scott is attending UC Davis.)

Unfortunately, Davis can’t say how Stiles and Lydia’s (long-overdue) kiss will affect the pair moving forward, nor can he confirm the amount of Dylan O’Brien we’ll actually see in the final 10 episodes. Instead, he offers up this Cheshire Cat-like musing on the couple’s finale moment: “It all has to do with friendship and romance, where someone finally says ‘I love you’ after it’s been boiling up inside for years.”
Speaking of what’s coming up, Davis says Season 6B jumps ahead “a few months” and will explore what it means to be an outsider.
“It’s something new, but also old,” he explains. “Scott and his supernatural friends become pariahs once again. They’re feared and hunted. It’s very much a season of fear. Our inspiration was H.P. Lovecraft, so you’re going to be seeing a lot of dark horror in the next season. We have some really disgusting stuff coming up.”

There’s also an interesting future in store for the show’s newest — and my personal favorite — pairing, Argent and Melissa.
“We’d been flirting with the idea of Stilinski and Melissa,” Davis says, “but one of our rules in the writers’ room is to go the unexpected route — and putting her with Argent felt unexpected. Then it started to feel natural. Like, they’re really good together. I was like, ‘Are we doing this? It’s the last season. Let’s do it.’ In 6B, things are going to get ever more awkward. We love awkward romances, inspired by my own life.”

February 1, 2017


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