During the Teen Wolf panel at the San Diego Comic-Con, it was announced the popular MTV series will end with season 6. On the plus side, new trailer!
During MTV’s Teen Wolf panel, which didn’t feature Zach Woolf, fans were able to see the mid-season trailer for the show, that apparently had a lot of people excited about what is coming next. Major Spoilers got its mitts on the trailer, and is sharing it with you, after the jump!
Press Release MTV announced today the “Teen Wolf” panel at San Diego Comic-Con will take place on Thursday, July 24 from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. in Ballroom 20. Tyler Posey, Dylan O’Brien, Tyler Hoechlin, Holland Roden, plus new cast members Shelley Hennig and Dylan Sprayberry, along with Executive Producer Jeff Davis, will once again take Comic-Con by storm, giving fans a can’t-miss panel in which they will share season four secrets, debut a new mid-season trailer and answer fan questions. The panel will be moderated by Buzzfeed Senior Editor, Jarett Wieselman.
Press Release MTV announced today that its hit drama series “Teen Wolf” will return to San Diego Comic-Con for the fifth year in a row with a panel featuring series’ stars on Thursday, July 24. “Teen Wolf” will also have a show-themed booth on the convention center floor for the first time ever.
MTV announces “TEEN WOLF” Winter season premiere set for January 6, 2014 and debuts new trailer for remainder of current season at COMIC-CON MTV to Offer Free Download of “Artist to Watch” “The Bloody Beetroots” and a Remix of “Teen Wolf” Theme Song To see the trailer and more from the official Press Release, take the jump.
Press Release MTV will be geeking out from Comic-Con International in San Diego all weekend long, beginning on Thursday, July 18 with the highly-anticipated return of a “Teen Wolf” panel featuring all five series regulars and new cast members who play the twin Alpha werewolves, Max and Charlie Carver. Additionally, the network, along with MTV2, MTV News and MTV Geek will be on the ground at Petco Park, home of the San Diego Padres, for the first-ever “MTV2 Party in the Park.” Open to all Comic-Con badge holders, the July 18 event celebrating the die-hard fans in attendance at Comic-Con
Press Release Following the immediate success of MTV’s newest hit show Teen Wolf, Top Cow Productions and MTV Comics are presenting a three issue comics series based on the show that will hit store shelves and digital platforms soon. When the new comic book series was announced at Comic-Con International in San Diego, the fans of Teen Wolf swarmed Top Cow’s booth for the exclusive preview of the comic and stood in line for hours waiting to meet the cast and creators of their newest favorite teen horror drama.
Remember Teen Wolf, that fantastic comedy with Michael J. Fox? Sure you do – there’s boobies in it. Well, MTV is in the process of taking that old film that the fuddy-duddies like and tweaking it into something the Twilight fans will like. Here is the result. That’s it? Where the hell is the big basketball game? What happened to that touching moment when Teen Wolf’s dad tells him it is inherited? Where is van surfing? And what about that moment when Teen Wolf bites into a can of beer and the party erupts in joy and celebration? This is
The 80s gave us kids who didn’t fit in until something extremely strange happened to them to make them cool and fun. The 2000s gave us kids who didn’t fit in until something extremely strange happened to them to make them cool… and angsty. Entering into the ring this week is one Scott Howard, awkward teen until the light of the silvery moon unleashes his genetic code turning him into TEEN WOLF. Also entering the ring is one Jacob Black, who… uh… crappit, never seen the movies, have no interest in it but he is TWILIGHT WOLF! VOTE!
I never thought I’d see they day when Teen Wolf would be relevant again. Looks like the 30-somethings still have a soft spot in their heart for the Michael J. Fox flick and have convinced their superiors at MTV to bring the movie to the small screen for a 13-episode run. “We loved the conceit of the original film and knew the title had a great hook,” said Liz Gateley, MTV’s senior VP of series development. “The creative challenge was to take that title and reinvent it as a horror series for the MTV audience.” Production for the series begins