I have added a portrait Dylan and the Teen Wolf cast took for Entertainment Weekly at Comic-Con to the gallery!

Flicks And The City has posted a video of the “Teen Wolf” Panel at Comic-Con yesterday. You can watch it below!

Dylan attended Day 1 of San Diego Comic-Con yesterday. I have added photos of him attending various events throughout the day like the Teen Wolf Panel, MTV Fandom Awards, Maze Runner: Scorch Trials screening, and more! Check out all the photos in the gallery! I will try to replace all the MQs with HQs soon!

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July 9th – SiriusXM’s Entertainment Weekly Radio Channel Broadcasts From Comic-Con 2015
July 9th – MTV’s “Teen Wolf” Panel – Comic-Con International 2015
July 9th – The Nintendo Lounge On The TV Guide Magazine Yacht – Comic-Con International 2015
July 9th – “Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials” Screening – Comic-Con International 2015

MTV continued to surprise Teen Wolf fans with the best news at Comic-Con.

The network continued its annual tradition of announcing a series renewal at Comic-Con, this time revealing Thursday that the supernatural drama would return for a sixth season.

The drama from showrunner Jeff Davis will again return for a 20-episode season, getting the early renewal after the fifth season debuted June 29 to 1.53 million total viewers — on par its most recent finale.

The drama ranks as MTV’s longest-running scripted series and comes as the Viacom-owned network continues to push further into genre fare with its Scream remake and upcoming The Shannara Chronicles, both of which are well-represented at Comic-Con.

This season marks Teen Wolf’s first without series star Tyler Hoechlin as Davis previously told THR that he had no end in sight for the drama. “There’s always talk of more. I always like to say, if the network is behind and if we still have stories to tell that get us excited, we’ll probably go for it,” he said ahead of the June return.


So far, Teen Wolf’s fifth season has been full of flashbacks, mystery, and lot and lots of black ooze. And with the Dread Doctors — who we know are going to stick around for part 2 of season 5 — creating new supernatural enemies every week, things are just starting to get complicated.

To talk about all of those complications, the cast of Teen Wolf swung by the Entertainment Weekly Lounge at Comic-Con, where they discussed why the Dread Doctors are the show’s most difficult villain to date, how they feel about filming such a “wet” show, and why this season reminds them of their first two years on the air.

I have added HD screencaptures from the latest episode of Teen Wolf, “Dreamcatchers” to the gallery!