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I have added 600+ high quality logo-free screencaptures of Teen Wolf’s 4×06 “Orphaned” to the photo archive



July 31, 2014


Here is the soundtrack/tracklist for Teen Wolf’s 4×06: “Orphaned” that aired last Monday July 28th, 2014 on MTV;

Hayden Calnin – “Coward”
Mellisa worried about money, Scott and Stiles worried about having blood money

July 31, 2014


It’s been a while since I shared a recap by Reviews for Humans but here is the recap of Teen Wolf’s 4×06: “Orphaned”;

July 29, 2014


Here is the Teen Wolf After After show in which, this time, JR Bourne guest-starred. There’s also a fun explanation on how they handled the scene that Dylan Sprayberry had to do; he was trapped in a huge well filled with water. Haley Webb, Eeddy Mays, Max Carver and Felisha Terrell also talk about death scenes.

July 29, 2014


Teen Wolf star Dylan O’brien talks season 4 finale, deaths, spoilers, plus his new movie ‘The Maze Runner’ at the Young Hollywood Awards 2014

July 29, 2014


Here’s the recap of Teen Wolf’s 4×06: “Orphaned” that aired last night. The recap is done by We Got This Covered

Teen Wolf made a big deal about Scott’s (Tyler Posey) relationship with his father in season three, but this season there hasn’t been much head way in that department. This episode turned its attention briefly back to that arena to show in what capacity his involvement in the family structure could benefit Scott’s current situation, or more aptly, his mother’s. It’s been a while since the difficulties associated with Melissa being a single mother, mostly on the financial front, have been included in the narrative, but it’s definitely a convenient excuse for Scott’s father to become a more involved member of the family.

Another convenient occurrence is Scott coming into a significant amount of cash. Talk about good timing. Garrett (Mason Dye) may have had a short run of it on Teen Wolf, but his legacy isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. His legacy being the enormous bag of cash he had stashed in his locker. Viewers already knew him and Violet (Samantha Logan) were cashing in on the deadpool hits, but since they’re no longer around to spend the riches, it seems only fitting that Scott should recycle it within his own household. Melissa (Melissa Ponzio) is trying desperately to hold it together, but she seems like she’s about to crack. As if finding out your son is a werewolf wasn’t hard enough, she’s been privy to a reality far beyond that over the last couple of seasons.

Discovering the orphans were the culprits for several of the recent murders only lent itself to more questions. It also led to another face off with Kate’s (Jill Wagner) groupies – the berserkers. The abnormally large and seemingly indestructible menace to society types have already proven they are not to be messed with when Scott encountered them in “117,” but just in case viewers had any qualms about that being a one-hit-wonder situation, let this episode serve as the ultimate reminder.

When Scott goes to intersect the transport carrying Violet, under duress, he comes face to face with them once again, and they make short work of everyone in the vicinity. Luckily, the only fatality is Garrett (and later on Violet), and Scott, his father, and the sheriff escape with treatable (albeit painful) ailments. Naturally this situation triggers Argent’s (JR Bourne) spidey-senses, and he shows up at the ready. We haven’t seen what the visit from the Calaveras hunters will do to his future plans, but he appears intent on ending Kate’s life if necessary – and helping his werewolf pals in the meantime.

There was always something that seemed off about the latest addition to the Beacon Hills Sheriff Department. Jordan Parrish (Ryan Kelley) had a quizzical draw to Beacon Hills from the beginning, and now it looks like we know why. He’s some kind of supernatural being. From the looks of it, he was as surprised as viewers probably were (or maybe not, since all new arrivals to Teen Wolf seem to be inexplicably connected to the supernatural in some way or another).

Considering what we already know about the existing traits of various supernatural entities, it’s a good guess that he’s another banshee. Teen Wolf hasn’t offered up any tangible evidence to support this theory, but the writers also haven’t given away any clues to the contrary. If you think about it, banshee makes sense – and with the exit of Meredith, the cast is short one of those anyway. Parrish has found himself at several of the same crime scenes as Lydia (Holland Roden), at the same time. Yes, this could be a result of his profession, but it all seems too packaged to be a coincidence.

Stiles (Dylan O’Brien) and Lydia are tasked with discovering the cipher which will unlock the final third of the deadpool list. Last week we saw them turn to another supernatural for assistance, but on tonight’s episode of Teen Wolf, Meredith – who is definitely one of the most unique character we’ve seen on the show – isn’t as willing to share. Apparently, she had as direct line to the benefactor, the mysterious season four antagonist. This may have come in handy later on in the story, but it turned out to be too much for her to handle in the meantime (R.I.P. Meredith).

Since obviously no one on Teen Wolf is restricted by a pesky thing like attending high school, Malia (Shelley Hennig) heads out with Derek (Tyler Hoechlin) for her own adventure. This is the first time we’ve seen her play a significant role this season. Her unique way of thinking came in handy when they were searching for the other wolf pack, but unfortunately this search didn’t end the way they hoped. It seems that the deadpool is quickly dwindling as the resident supernaturals succumb to more than just assassins. Along with the victims of what looked like mass poisoning, Derek came across a familiar face. The same mercenary hired to find Kate, has found herself worse for wear, which has us wondering if this wasn’t a result of the benefactors involvement in Beacon Hills and instead may have been a message from the Calaveras clan.

Kira (Arden Cho) was noticeably absent from this episode of Teen Wolf, but she’s sure to pop back up soon. With Scott vowing to protect all the remaining supernaturals in town, and Derek possibly coming to the end of his tenure in Beacon Hills, the writers are going to have to manifest some wins soon. On the plus side, Liam (Dylan Sprayberry) is coming into his own as a beta quite nicely.

We’re halfway through the season now – six down, six more episodes to go – let us know all your Teen Wolf theories about what you think is going to happen next in the comment section below!

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July 29, 2014


I have added 14 high quality episode stills of last night’s Teen Wolf 4×06 “Orphaned” to the photo archive



July 29, 2014


Here is a 1:19 minute long sneak peek for Teen Wolf’s next episode “Weaponized” airing August 4th, 2014 at 10/9c on

July 29, 2014


Here are the remaining episode titles and descriptions of Teen Wolf for episode 7 till episode 10;

4×10: “Monstrous” airing August 25th
Scott and Kira must protect Satomi’s pack from assassins; Stiles and Malia learn the origins.

4×09: “Perishable” airing August 18th
Scott and Liam are targeted by an assassin during the lacrosse team’s annual bonfire.

4×08: “Time Of Death” airing August 11th
Scott embarks on a dangerous plan to draw out The Benefactor; Malia confronts her past.

4×07: “Weaponized” airing August 4th
The school is overtaken by a mysterious outbreak.

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July 29, 2014


Here’s the preview of Teen Wolf’s 4×07 “Weaponized” airing next Monday, August th, 2014 on MTV


Shared from effingstiles

The school is overtaken by a mysterious outbreak.

July 29, 2014


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