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November 26, 2013


  • TV SHOW > PROMOTIONAL > SEASON 3 > PROMOTIONAL PICS: PHOTOSHOOTS > SET #002
  • November 22, 2013


    Allison Argent’s weapon of choice has been her trusty bow and arrow ever since she joined her family’s werewolf-hunting ranks, but now that the Argent clan’s vendetta against lycanthropes has expanded to all sorts of other, more sinister creatures (um, hello, Darach!), it’s time she learned a few new tricks.

    We previously reported that “Teen Wolf”‘s Season 3 return will dive deep into the world of the Japanese Kitsune myth, and these exclusive set photos show that it won’t just be newbie Arden Cho’s awesome black belt moves that’ll help usher in the theme. In the pics, Crystal Reed wields a katana sword, which is the same traditional Japanese-made blade used by the samurais! Goin’ medieval, we see — and in more ways than one…

    In the new teaser below, Scott’s one true love gets a supernatural scaring for the books inside a dark morgue (obviously). Between this and Stiles’ endless nightmare, bitches be goin’ crazy in Beacon Hills! We blame it all on the ice bath.

    Allison's New Weapon -- A Katana Sword?!

    Source: MTV’s Remote Control

    November 22, 2013


    Click here to watch it on Youtube, or watch the embed below

    November 20, 2013


    Thomas L.: Ah, I need to know about the Teen Wolf winter premiere! What can you spill?
    How about that it opens on a sweaty Stiles in bed? And that he’s not alone? Of course, we’re not going to spill if it’s a dream sequence or not. (A TV reporter’s gotta have her secrets!) But we can share with you that Stiles is in a pretty dark place, and we can’t even recall a single snappy one-liner he’s known to drop. Psst… we’re also going to be visiting Beacon Hills today so leave your burning questions in the comments!

    Source: E! Online

    November 20, 2013


    November 19, 2013


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    Something wicked is heading to Beacon Hills!
    The Secret Circle’s Shelley Hennig is set to appear on the upcoming season of Teen Wolf, E! News has exclusively confirmed. Hennig, who played the coven leader Diana on the shortlived CW cult-drama, is joining the MTV hit series, which returns on Jan. 6, in a top-secret, highly guarded role. Seriously, if we spilled any details, we’re pretty sure the Kanima, Deucalion and all of the show’s other big bads would team up against us.

    Teen Wolf will introduce “a new mythology” when it returns in January that is “based on the Kitsune myth, which some people might know a little bit about,” executive producer Jeff Davis teased. “It is a very, very fascinating Japanese shapeshifter myth about the were-fox and the trickster spirit.”

    Source: E! Online

    November 18, 2013


    I know this is a pretty old article, but recently came across this, and haven’t got a clue if I shared it already or not. Executive Producer Jeff Davis sat down with TV Fanatic to talk about the return of Teen Wolf (Note: January 6th!) the mystery of Lydia, Scott’s parents and more;

    TV Fanatic: I love when any show goes back to its origins, especially going back to the pilot.
    Jeff Davis: Don’t they look so young?

    TVF: Yes! But why was this the right time to go back to the beginning?
    JD: Personally, I love cyclical stories and I like the idea that all three of them (Scott, Stiles and Allison) had a connection back then…I wanted it to seem like a chapter of their lives was ending, that we were closing the book on this and starting something new. It’s almost like their childhood is ending when they go into those tubs.

    They’re seeing themselves as much younger. They’re seeing themselves, essentially, as naïve children that have been thrust into this world and now they’re dealing with it as adults and saving the adults. It felt like a fun gift to give the audience who has paid such close attention to the show to show how everything comes to full circle. You can compare the circles on the tree to Tyler’s tattoo. That’s why we titled it ‘Lunar Ellipse.’

    TVF: What’s the relationship between Scott’s Mom and Dad?
    JD: It’s not good and it all has to do with something that happened in the past and we’re going to dig deep into what that mystery is. It’s something Scott doesn’t know about.

    TVF: Does it have any ties to Scott being a wolf and his journey?
    JD: I wouldn’t say it has any ties into the supernatural. We knew that we were going to introduce Scott’s Dad eventually and I was a bit adamant that if we were going to do it that he not have any initial ties to the supernatural. I wanted to explore just a regular human relationship and see how that creates difficulties. One of my favorite relationships in the show has been Stilinski and Stiles and we held off on bringing Stilinski into the know as long as we could to keep that relationship grounded.

    TVF: One of the big questions this season has been ‘Who is Lydia?’ and we know she’s a Banshee, but is that the complete answer or is there more of that to come as to who she is?
    JD: There’s more to come and there’s more to come about her power and about her relationship with Peter and what it has to do with that power. She’s one of the most fun characters to write for because her character arc is so big.

    TVF: Is it safe to say that Peter Hale is going to be the villain of the next cycle of episodes?
    JD: I wouldn’t call him the villain. I’d call him an antagonist. Always plotting.

    TVF: Is there a time jump between where we left off with the summer finale and the next cycle?
    JD: Just about three weeks, which allows us to do a Halloween episode.

    Read more: TV Fanatic

    November 18, 2013


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  • November 6, 2013


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