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In this episode of the Teen Wolf After After Show Melissa Ponzio sat down with host Morgan Evans to talk about how much she loves the fans and gives them some motherly advice.

The sixteenth episode of Teen Wolf’s final season airs September 3rd at 8/7c on MTV.

Liam and Theo attempt to draw the Hunters away from Beacon.

August 21, 2017

Executive Producer Jeff Davis took over the official twitter acount for Teen Wolf and answered all of our questions. Be sure to tune in tonight for a new episode of Teen Wolf!

– Stiles and Lydia will be re-united soon.
– Lydia’s afraid of losing Stiles again.
– Stiles will be pissed that no one has told him about recent events in Beacon Hills.
– Derek will be back before the last episode.
– Tyler Hoechlin (Derek) and JR Bourne (Argent) have some great scenes together.
– One of Jeff Davis’ favorite scenes is when Scott’s pushing through the mountain-ash in 3×12.
– Jeff would rewrite 3×20 so the subplot with Stiles’s mom worked – they had to cut it out.
– Deaton’s back in tonight’s episode (August 20th episode).
– Derek and Peter will have a bit of a family reunion.
– Dylan is taking Roscoe (the jeep) home.
– We’ll see Brett (Cody Saintgnue) one more time.
– If Jeff Davis could be any Teen Wolf character, it’d be Isaac.
– There will be a soundtrack released.
– Theo and Liam will team up again.
– Jackson has had a lot of personal growth.
– Malia begins to feel the effects of the fear tonight.

August 20, 2017

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

According to Just Jared JR Teen Wolf will have a “super-sized series finale” in September;

We only have a handful of Teen Wolf episodes actually left and we’re thankful that the series finale episode is longer than we expected it to be.

MTV just released their schedule for the rest of the series and while we’re happy about the slightly longer time on the series finale, we were expecting a little more.

Starring Tyler Posey, Holland Roden, Shelley Hennig, and Dylan Sprayberry will sign off for real on September 24th.

Teen Wolf schedule:
Sunday, September 3rd: Episode 616 @ 8 p.m.
Sunday, September 10th: Episode 617 @ 8 p.m.
Sunday, September 17th: Episodes 618, 619 @ 8 p.m., 9 p.m.
Sunday, September 24th: SERIES FINALE AND 100th Episode (50-minute SUPER FINALE) @ 8 p.m.

August 18, 2017

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Jim Gordon’s love life is about as complicated as the politics of Gotham City, EW.com published;

“We’re going to see Jim make, in some ways, big steps toward I guess what you would call the commissionership,” executive producer John Stephens tells EW. “But also we’re going to see Jim, in his quest to save the city, cross different ethical lines than he ever did before. It’s going to bring him to an ethical nadir that we haven’t seen him at, and it’s going to be told through the context of a relationship that he has with Sofia Falcone, the daughter of Don Falcone, who’s played by Crystal Reed this year. And that’s going to be a really compelling and interesting relationship.”

Gotham returns Thursday, September 21 at 8 p.m. ET on Fox.

August 17, 2017

500+ high quality images of Teen Wolf’s 613 “After Images” have been added to our photo archives;

August 16, 2017

Here’s a sneak peek of Teen Wolf’s upcoming episode where Scott tries to convince Liam to go to school.

August 15, 2017

DA MAN sat down for an interview with Casey Deidrick. The article (click the link!) also comes with a few amazing set of photos;

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Great TV shows end with a bang, and by the looks of it, MTV’S “Teen Wolf” is going to do just that with its sixth and final season. For one, it has added quite an intriguing character—a hundred-year old hellhound named Halwyn—played by Casey Deidrick of “Days of our lives” and “Eye Candy” fame. While he starts late in the game, Deidrick is set to really liven up the show. Which is quite fitting, as he really seems to know how to live life to the fullest.

DA MAN: Hi, Casey. Awesome to have you with us. so, what keeps you busy these days?
Casey Deidrick:
Hey, thanks for having me. Lately, I’ve been working my ass off in the gym. I’m doing this programming called Brute Body and it’s basically a lot of body building based off one rep max percentages mixed with some CrossFit. I’ve been reading a lot lately, something I never used to do. I think that as I’m getting older, my focus is maturing. I’m reading a lot on Stoicism and Marcus Aurelius. I also love to hike with my dog whenever i can.

DA MAN: Let’s start with your involvement in the latest season of MTV’S “Teen Wolf.” by now, you’ve appeared in at least one episode of the new season. Overall, how did you like being part of the show?
Casey Deidrick:
Honestly, it was my first role where I felt absolutely free. I loved and enjoyed every second of it. From the crew being so welcoming and the cast being so fun to work with; I actually knew Shelley Hennig from the soap opera we used to be on and I was friends with Ryan Kelley through mutual friends. Our director, Russell Mulcahy, was really supportive and really encouraged me to go as far as i could playing a hellhound.

DA MAN: Was there anything particularly memorable from your time on “Teen Wolf” that really stuck with you?
Casey Deidrick:
Well, walking around half naked was always something to look forward to everyday on set, especially outside near Malibu at night. I was freezing my ass off, and I’m lying in this ditch in my underwear, covered in leaves and dirt. i look down and there are spiders crawling all over me; it was f—–g amazing. But overall, the whole experience was memorable for me. I think my fight scene with Ryan Kelley and Dylan Sprayberry was incredible. That took around 13 hours to shoot.

DA MAN: “Teen Wolf” has always been popular, whether it’s on TV, online and especially during conventions like this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. on a more personal level, though, what do you like the most about the show?
Casey Deidrick:
I’m a huge horror fan; so, of course, I go for dark and edgy. I love werewolves and monsters and all that s–t. But I think [series developer] Jeff Davis has done a really nice job mixing the humor and these wonderful relationships the characters have with the main theme of the show.

DA MAN: This season—the sixth— would be the last for “teen Wolf.” have you ever thought what it would be like if you had joined the show earlier?
Casey Deidrick:
You know, even though I would’ve loved to, I think things happen when they’re supposed to. If I had joined earlier, I may not have been able to play a hellhound. At least I’m a part of something—a family I feel a part of—even though it was short lived.

DA MAN: Moving on to the big screen, we’ve noticed that you’re set to appear in a movie titled, rather moninously, “American Satan.” Can you tell us what the movie is all about?
Casey Deidrick:
I used to be in a metal/rock band and I became friends with the owner of Sumerian Records, a label I was trying to get signed by at the time. His name is Ash Avildsen. We stayed in touch over the years, and he mentioned to me a few times that he was starting his own production company and had a few scripts he was directing. This movie came up and he offered me a role in it. Long story short, the movie stars some really dope actors like Malcolm McDowell and John Bradley from “Game of Thrones.” Such a nice guy. But it also stars some members of one of my favorite bands. I was glad to be a part of it.

DA MAN: And, of course, you still have one more movie appearance in 2017: “a midsummer nightmare.” Can you give us a short rundown of the movie and your character’s role in it?
Casey Deidrick:
It’s based off of Shakespeare’s play, “A Midsummer’s Night’s Dream.” I play Liam, or Lysander if you remember the play. It’s f—–g creepy, I’ll tell you that. Basically, a few of us go off into the woods and some weird s–t is going on that we as an audience will just have to wait to see. It airs on Lifetime on July 31st. you definitely should see this even if you’re not into horror. It’s beautifully shot with incredible scenic views of Vancouver’s mountain side. All the characters are very dynamic and interesting. Dominic Monaghan was a childhood hero of mine, growing up watching “The Lord of the Rings,” and then being able to act with him was an unforgettable experience.

DA MAN: Now, before you started acting, you made quite a name for yourself in competitive skateboarding. Can you tell us a bit about this chapter of your life?
Casey Deidrick:
Well, I grew up skateboarding. It was such a huge part of my childhood. I think as I started getting a little older I realized I wanted to pursue acting.

DA MAN: All in all, what would you say is your greatest personal achievement to date?
Casey Deidrick:
I think I’m really proud of where I’ve gotten myself. This business is so up and down, the rejection that actors face on a daily basis is incredibly hard. I’m proud I’ve stayed as level-headed as I have. I think practicing awareness, being in the moment is an achievement. I think all the projects I’ve worked on are stepping stones and I’m just really excited to see what’s next.

DA MAN: And what are your main goals for, say, the next five years or so?
Casey Deirick:
I’d love to work with David Fincher. I’ve loved his work for so long. I’d like to play some more gritty characters, something I can sink my teeth in—no pun intended. One of my main goals is to play a Navy Seal. I’m putting that out into the universe.

DA MAN: With everything that you’re currently working on, do you still have time to pursue other, more personal, passions?
Casey Deidrick:
I’m still heavily involved in CrossFit training and eating healthy. I’m really cautious about what types of foods I put into my body, so I read a lot about nutrition. I’m going to start creating my own content, directing and writing. That’s something I’ve always been interested in.

DA MAN: Who are your personal heroes? People you really look up to in life or those you consider your role models…
Casey Deidrick:
I really admire Tom Hardy, not just because he’s an incredible actor but also him as a person. My dog Nanuk, is always teaching me to be present. He gives me so much joy. I also really admire Leonardo DiCaprio, especially when you look at all that he’s trying to do to help the environment.

DA MAN: There are perhaps quite a few people who look up to you. What is your number one piece of advice for anybody who would like to be as successful as you?
Casey Deidrick:
Eckhart Tolle wrote: “Only presence can free you of the ego, and you can only be present now, not yesterday or tomorrow.” It just resonated with me so much. For most of my life, I’ve been so hung up on the past or always looking into the future. Everything will be good when I get this, or once I have this… f–k that, it’s all bullshit. Everything is happening now, in this moment. Nothing else matters.

DA MAN: And what inspires you to wake up and face each day?
Casey Deidrick:
First, my dog, because his breath is in my face asking me to take him out and feed him. Some days it’s really hard for me to get out of bed, to be honest; but I tell myself, my dog depends on me, my family needs me, my friends need me. I have an obligation to get up and be a little bit better than the day before.

DA MAN: Finally, if you could pick a saying, quote or perhaps part of the lyrics of a song that best describes where you are today, what would it be?
Casey Deidrick:
“We are a species that has lost its way. Everything natural, every flower or tree, and every animal have important lessons to teach us if we would only stop, look, and listen.” Eckhart Tolle.

August 14, 2017

Tyler Posey attended the “Variety Power of Young Hollywood” event on August 8th. Here are the photos;

August 14, 2017

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