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We’re halfway into the second season of “Teen Wolf,” still clueless as to who will make it out alive, but we can confirm one very exciting thing: The series will be back for a third season! MTV made the announcement yesterday at one of San Diego Comic Con’s panels (check out MTV Geek for the latest coverage), and those present couldn’t have been more pumped (and relieved).

The show will also return bigger and better than ever, with 24 episodes (that’s twice as many as Seasons 1 and 2, if you’ve been keeping track) worth of mysterious creatures, star-crossed lovers and, well, dismemberment. Have you stopped screaming yet?

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July 14, 2012

I’ve been working on this for quite some time, but the Teen Wolf Online Forums is now open for visitors! It’s still very empty and I might need to add or delete some rules, but I wanted to open the forums already. I’m so excited! Feel free to register anytime you want.

If you see anything off, or you want to send me your suggestions, feel free to send me an email or send me a PM via the forums.

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July 10, 2012

Digital Spy sat down with Tyler Posey for a Q&A;

Were you pleased with the reaction to season one of Teen Wolf?
“I mean, it completely changed my life, the reaction from season one. I can’t be more pleased. It was the coolest reaction that has ever happened to me.

“I knew while filming that we had something really good and people were going to respond to it really well, [but] I knew that the target audience was younger kids presumably, I didn’t know about anyone else. The reaction from all these different age groups and different people, even today, still blows me away, so I’m nothing but grateful and happy that people love the show.”

Do you think the show took people by surprise, because it was a lot darker than some were expecting?
“Yeah, definitely. Before people saw the show, they had Teen Wolf the original movie in mind, and basically thought MTV was doing the remake, so obviously people were a little confused and not quite sure how it was going to turn out. But once they gave it a chance, I think they found that this was something that was really different – cool and really unique and different that what they thought it was.

“So yeah, I think a lot of people were proved wrong in a way about the first season. And hopefully they will come back for the second season.”

As you said, season one was compared a lot to the Michael J. Fox film. Do you think the show has established its own identity, going into season two?
“Yeah definitely, we’ve established our own unique feel. It’s a lot darker this season, which is awesome, I’m happy about that. Yeah, we still pay some homages to the original movie but it’s definitely its own thing now.”

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July 10, 2012

  • July 10, 2012

    Terraplane Sun ’Get Me Golden’
    Oberhofer ’Haus’
    Nicky Blitz ’Hawk’
    Dada Life ’Kick Out The Epic Motherf**cker (vocal version)’
    StepDad ’Warrior (Jungles Part II)’
    M83 ’Coloring the Void’
    Flight Facillities ’Crave You (Adventure Club Dubstep Remix)’

    View the rest of the tracks here!

    July 10, 2012

    Scott and Stiles develop a plan to trap the new shapeshifter, while Allison’s mom comes up with a plan of her own to take care of Scott once and for all.

    This episode Raving will air July, 16th

    July 10, 2012

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    July 10, 2012

    July 10, 2012

    Tyler Posey got interviewed by Huffingtonpost about his career and his race;

    In interview after interview, Tyler Posey—the hot young star of MTV’s hit show “Teen Wolf”—is asked where in Mexico his family is from. But until recently, the 20-year-old teen heartthrob didn’t know how to answer that question. “I just figured out what kind of Mexican I am,” Posey tells The Huffington Post. “I was working on a movie last summer and somebody asked me, “what part of Mexico are you from?’ I didn’t know there were different parts, so I asked my mom and she said I’m Zacateco…from Zacatecas,” says Posey.

    Tell us about your Latin roots?
    On my mom’s side I’m Mexican and my dad is a White dude {Laughs}.

    Do you speak Spanish?
    Muy poquito, muy muy poquito {Laughs}. I took Spanish in high school and I didn’t do too well in it. My Spanish teacher told me not to go on with Spanish anymore, so I was discouraged a little bit. But I have been wanting to learn it more lately. Hopefully I’ll be able to learn some more. Screw my teacher {Laughs}.

    Did you speak Spanish with your parents growing up?
    My mom would swear at us in Spanish {Laughs}. And you know, just call us M’ijo, and stuff like that. But literally my whole house looks like an hacienda! It’s bright, has colorful strands everywhere – I wish I could show you pictures of it. It is really beautiful. I grew up in a small suburb called Santa Clarita just north of L.A.

    In your career, you’ve played characters from a wide range of backgrounds. Do you like the fact that you’re not typecast?
    I love it! I mean, people don’t know what race I am. They never know if I’m Hawaiian or Italian or Mexican or Spanish or White. I could play Jewish, I could play anything. I used to get typecast when I was younger..

    The second season of your show is bigger and better than the first. Have you noticed a change from season 1?
    Yeah. There’s not one dull moment in the show, which I think is the coolest part about it. First season and second season, there’s a huge change. It’s a lot more intense and a lot more fun to watch and be part of. It’s so much bigger in every single way and I think it’s so cool that we’re pulling it off and we’re not jumping the shark. We’re actually doing a really good job of making the show bigger without hurting it at all. It’s really cool.

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    July 3, 2012

    After two seasons in Atlanta, MTV’s drama “Teen Wolf” is leaving town to shoot in Los Angeles if it gets a third season.

    Stefanie Paupeck, a spokeswoman for the Georgia Film, TV and Film, Music & Digital Entertainment office, confirmed the news over the weekend.

    It’s the first time a successful scripted TV series is leaving Atlanta mid-run. (As someone mentioned below, judge show “Swift Justice’ left town last year but also lost Nancy Grace in the process.)

    California offers tax credits, like Georgia, but limits them to a certain dollar amount. Since there is far more demand than supply, the state holds a lottery.

    MTV and MGM, the production companies that make “Teen Wolf,” put in for the lottery – and won. So “Teen Wolf” is going Hollywood for a likely third season. (The show is averaging 1.7 to 1.8 million viewers in its first run so far, comparable to season one. Though MTV has not said so, a renewal is likely.)

    Despite what has been said by Georgia officials, an MTV spokeswoman said a final decision has not been made on a location, though that may be because they haven’t squared everything yet in California.

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    July 3, 2012

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