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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.



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.”)



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.”



Stiles may be stealing the focus of Teen Wolf‘s final season, but that doesn’t mean the remaining members of Scott’s pack have been — wait for it — forgotten. TV Line has some details on Malia’s ‘progressive’ arc in the final season;

“We really wanted to give Malia a lot to do this year,” executive producer Jeff Davis tells TVLine of Shelley Hennig’s character. “She’s one of our favorites. She’s fun, she’s funny and she’s not your typical teenage girl. Plus, Shelley is up for anything. She loves to work, and the crew absolutely adores her. I told my writers to make a list of everything we really wanted to do this season, and one of those things was to give Malia a really good storyline.”

As for Malia’s unenthusiastic hookup with Nathan (played by Teen Beach Movie‘s Ross Butler) last week, Davis has this to say:

“We wanted to see Malia as a bit of a player. She’s a wild animal, and she has needs of her own. What is she like without Stiles, without that relationship anymore? There were two characters we wanted to see not in a relationship this season, and that was Scott and Malia. It provides a nice new perspective on her and how she’s still learning things about how to act with humans in a human society.”

And then there’s Malia’s now-infamous nude scene from the season premiere. Davis says there was some debate in the writers’ room over whether Scott should have shielded his eyes until Malia — who just reverted back from being a full-on coyote — covered up, but Davis was adamantly against that.
“She’s a beautiful teenage girl, and she’s not ashamed of her body,” he says. “[The pack members] treat her completely normal. They’ve seen it before, and it’s not a big deal. I think that’s a progressive thing to show to the world.”



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.”



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.”



There are a lot of questions regarding Dylan O’Brien’s status. Will he be present the entire season? TV Line has some answers;

Question: Do you have any word on Dylan O’Brien’s Teen Wolf status? A lot of us are worried that Stiles won’t be around for the latter part of the season because of what happens in the first half, not to mention Dylan’s busy schedule. —Alinea
Ausiello: We can neither confirm nor deny Stiles’ presence throughout Teen Wolf’s final season, but what we can promise is a handful of long-overdue “Stydia” moments in the Nov. 15 premiere, including a biggie that was already teased in the trailer. (For what it’s worth, the actual “I love you” scene between Stiles and Lydia is far more dramatic when seen in full.)



Keahu Kahuanui is once again finding himself in the company of werewolves — with a few vampires and hybrids added in for good measure, TV Line confirms Keahu will be joining The Originals’ season 4;

The Teen Wolf alum will recur in the upcoming fourth season of The Originals as Josh’s new boyfriend Eddie, TVLine has learned exclusively. Despite being very much aware of the supernatural world around him, Eddie — described as “sweet, funny, sexy and charming, with an encyclopedic knowledge of random facts” — has no desire to be anything other than human. We’ll meet him in the second episode of the season.

Kahuanui joins a growing list of intriguing Season 4 additions, one which includes Christina Moses (Containment) as a fierce werewolf named Keelin and Neil Jackson (Sleepy Hollow) as a mysterious vampire named Alistair.

The Originals‘ fourth season kicks off midseason on The CW.



Teen Wolf’s executive producer Jeff Davis sat down with TV Line.com to discuss last night’s season finale and the upcoming sixth season;

If the end of Tuesday’s Teen Wolf finale felt a little too much like happily-ever-after for you, fear not — there’s plenty of hellish mayhem on the way in Season 6.

“This was the first episode where ever actually did time compression,” Davis revealed. “It’s when the episode is a minute too long for airing, and we use a company that removes fractions of frames so we can cut a minute out of the episode. I couldn’t cut anything. It was impossible.”

Read on for our full Q&A with Davis, including his thoughts on Allison’s lingering presence, the mystery of Kira’s disappearance and the promising future of — wait for it — Stiles and Lydia!

TVLINE | Allison played a surprisingly big part this season. Can you talk about the decision to honor her character the way you did?
There are two things to it: We loved the idea of writing a love letter to Allison, and also to Crystal Reed. When we were able to get her back for that episode, we were able to tie it into the plot, even the way she looked. It was another way for us to have Allison save Scott’s life, to show that these incredible relationships and bonds survive even after death. She can still save his life, even from beyond the grave. It was also a way of starting to hand the baton over to Teen Wolf 2.0. It is a very different show now, so we acknowledged the past while also moving towards the future. We’re seeing our high school kids on the way to graduation. It’s a strange thing doing a teen show that lasts four seasons, because they do eventually have to grow up. … I don’t think we want to have to change the title to Adult Wolf or Man Wolf.

TVLINE | Am I crazy for hoping that whatever crawled out of the machine at the end will be played by Crystal Reed?
[Laughs] That was the Nazi werewolf! I can absolutely confirm that the soldier has left the machine and will be a part of Season 6, a threat. It was something we were planning for a while, and we weren’t sure if we were going to use that final shot, but once we started shooting Season 6, we figured we might as well use it.

TVLINE | Fair enough. What about Stiles and Lydia? They clearly have lingering feelings, so can we hope for some progression in Season 6?
They’re not only lingering feelings — they become a focus, a focal point of the next season. Something big happens in the very first episode of Season 6 between Stiles and Lydia, which you’ll have to tune in to see.

TVLINE | That’s bad news for Malia. Speaking of, should we expect to see the Desert Wolf back in the near future?
[Laughs] That depends on how Riverdale does. We were really happy with Marisol Nichols on the show, and we’d love to have her back. Malia’s relationship with her parents is always interesting, and you might see another parent show up soon.

TVLINE | How about Theo: Dead or alive?

I think he got his just desserts in the end, but I will say that we really like Cody Christian. We wanted to make sure we didn’t kill him, so we could possibly bring him back.
TVLINE | It seems like everybody got the ending they deserved. A lot of loose ends were tied up.
We absolutely wanted to do that. After the ending of 510, where we saw everyone at their lowest, we wanted to slowly bring everyone back up again, rebuild the pack. … That way, we could also get back to fun high school stuff, like seeing Coach again and getting Stiles back to humor.

TVLINE | Stiles has been on fire these past few weeks.
I remember being on set and demonstrating for the director exactly how Stiles should fumble the gun. The director asked me, “So, do they direct?” And I was like, “No, they should just stare at the gun on the floor,” and he should say, “I probably shouldn’t have a gun.” It’s fun to do moments like that, and I love that our show has a sense of humor.

TVLINE | Let’s talk Parrish: What’s next for him after all of this?

He is back in the world of being a deputy, and he’ll have to come to terms with what it means to be both supernatural and human. He’s definitely got some learning to do. His job wasn’t necessarily to kill the Beast, but to slow the Beast down enough. Was he the hero he was supposed to be in this last episode? He’ll be dealing with that in Season 6.

TVLINE | And I imagine Mason will be experiencing some repercussions from everything he’s been through?
We’re still debating that in the writers’ room as he develop Season 6. How much do we want this to effect Mason? Do we want his character to change? One of the things we like most about his character is that he’s utterly optimistic. He’s got this unflagging enthusiasm, so I don’t know how much we’re going to darken his character. He’s sort of a beacon of light for the other characters, and now that he’s human again, we’re most excited to see him being funny.

TVLINE | As long as Corey’s sticking around.
Yes, we’re going to explore that relationship — quite a bit, actually — in Season 6.

TVLINE | Lastly, the fans are worried about Kira, who apparently loves to leave town. Why was she gone so much this season, and when can we expect her back?
There are some big changes coming to the show next season; you’ll have to wait and see the fate of Kira. It was partially because we wanted her to go down a difficult path. We wanted to see her with her mother in the desert, to make sure we gave her a full episode to explore her character. As for certain characters not being in certain episodes, it’s a lot like The Walking Dead — some episodes, we just focus on different characters. It’s about where the show and the characters are all headed as we start to hand things off to our 2.0 characters. We’ll see the older ones graduate and go off and have other lives.




Teen Wolf’s Ryan Kelley sat down with TV Line.com to discuss tonight’s season finale;

If you’re not at all concerned about Parrish as he prepares to battle the Beast of Gévaudan in Tuesday’s Teen Wolf season finale (MTV, 9/8c), you might want to reconsider exactly what’s at stake here.

“It looks like Parrish and the Beast are going to square off with only one of them surviving,” star Ryan Kelley tells TVLine. “Will Parrish even make it out alive? And if he does come out victorious, what’s his purpose? Not to mention he’s supposedly dead already, as we heard that ‘Jordan Parrish is no more.’ There are a lot of factors in play here.”
Bellow, Kelley offers up a few more finale teases, reflects on the most surprising moments from his time on Teen Wolf, and even discusses the apparent return of “Stydia.”

TVLINE | How many uniforms do you think Parrish destroyed this season by turning into a hellhound? I feel like you’re always on fire.
[Laughs] Yeah, you don’t see him much in a uniform this season, do you? That’s actually a running joke on set. During the first two seasons, no one would recognize me if I wasn’t in uniform; I would literally walk around set and some of the crew members would be like, “What’s this guy doing?” Now, if I have clothes on, people are like, “Whoa, what happened to you?”

TVLINE | Which surprised you more: finding out Parrish is a hellhound, or finding out that he’s technically dead?
Probably being a hellhound. Even though Parrish is technically “dead” — and I’ll admit don’t really know where that storyline is going — I have to imagine that he’s somehow still around, at least part of him. This is Teen Wolf, so if there’s any way he could come back, I’m sure he will.

TVLINE | He was really opposed to embracing his hellhound side early on. Is that starting to change?
I think he’s starting to listen to Lydia, who went through a very similar journey. He hasn’t won many fights against the Beast, but he knows he has a chance. He’s that Boy Scout-type person who will help if there’s any hope. Whether it’s good or bad, he’s willing to embrace the hellhound to save his friends and the town.

TVLINE | Since you mentioned Lydia, how do you feel about her connection with Parrish? I have to say, it really seems like she’s moving back towards Stiles.
From a fan perspective, I love what [showrunner] Jeff [Davis] is doing, teasing Stiles and Lydia. And it might not be a tease! Parrish is such an intriguing character for Lydia; they’re both harbingers of death, so they have that supernatural connection. I’ve always wondered if they have a friendship, or if there’s a little more there. She’s a beautiful girl, so Parrish would be stupid not to be attracted to her, but he’s got a lot on his plate right now. The writers keep us on our toes.

TVLINE | What’s been your favorite part about this journey you’ve been on with Parrish for three seasons?

Half of the time, I’m on the edge of my seat with the fans. It’s been a very interesting ride from when I started on the show. I’m nowhere near where I thought I’d be. I originally thought I was going to be a human hunter!

As a reward for reading this Q&A, enjoy this fun hellhound-ish shot of Kelley from a recent photo shoot, then drop a comment with your hopes and fears for the finale below.

Credit: TVLine.com

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