Last we left Scott (Tyler Posey), Stiles (Dylan O’Brien), Derek (Tyler Hoechlin) and the rest of MTV’s Teen Wolf crew, things were not looking so great. Scott and Allison (Crystal M. Reed) had broken up; Jackson (Colton Haynes) had turned from one supernatural being into another, and Derek’s pack was left alone in the woods, being circled by the unknown.
When Teen Wolf returns for its third season on Monday, June 3, four months have passed and the new school year is just starting. But while it is doing so without one conflict-filled character, a whole new pack of them are coming in. Beacon Hills will soon be home to a bunch of new Alphas, sure to stir the pot and raise the stakes even higher.
Celebuzz was on-set with the Teen Wolf cast to get the scoop on Season 3. Here are some highlights.
…3.) Both Scott and Stiles are focused on growing up and bettering themselves, not relationships. “Scott is really trying to take care of himself,” Posey said. “He wants to feel good about himself, so to do that he really has to be proactive and responsible, and he’s in a great place, even [with] the break-up.”
“Towards the end of the second season, Scott was kind of getting behind in school, and he was putting everything before school and trying to save people, and he has since prioritized his life. He’s doing great in school; he’s reading every day; he’s doing a bunch of pull-ups — one-armed pull-ups, by the way!”
And as for Stiles, O’Brien shared that his research is actually evolving into real detective work: “His room has turned into a crime scene [investigation] of sorts. He has boards everywhere and pictures up and things connected. He has this web of information around his walls, kind of. He’s always been the detective, sort of, but now he’s actually becoming like his dad.”
Teen Wolf returns for Season 3 on Monday, June 3 at 10PM on MTV.
Season 3 of Teen Wolf is inching its way closer and closer to premiering this summer, and today we learned the title of episode seven!
According to SpoilerTV, episode seven will be titled “Currents.”
The title is vague, to be sure, and it could also have multiple meanings. Is it in reference to literal or figurative currents? Could they be electric currents or water currents? Unfortunately, we don’t have any other information just yet.
We know the first episode of season 3 will be titled “Tattoo,” and will open with Isaac being injured.
Episode two will be called “Chaos Rising,” and will find “Derek and Scott fighting side-by-side for their lives.” Meanwhile, episode three will be titled “Fireflies,” which will have “Scott and Derek asking for help from an unexpected person.”
The other (small) bits of information we know are that Dylan O’Brien (Stiles) helped pen a scene for episode 3×06, and that episode 3×08 will feature a young Derek Hale, presumably for the promised flashback episode.
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“Teen Wolf”: With all that’s going on with the new Alphas in Beacon Hills, fan faves Stiles and Derek don’t interact much in the first half of the season, but Dylan O’Brien has some ideas about how their first meeting of the year should go. “There aren’t any Stereky scenes so far,” O’Brien tells us, “But I had an idea for Jeff, that when we do finally meet, and if we have a scene that’s very expositional — like if we come together and something’s going on we have to converge and discuss something — then we should kind of stop at the end of it and before we walk away, Stiles should just say, ‘I missed you.’ Just to acknowledge it for the fans in little, funny ways.”
TEEN WOLF The MTV series is shooting season 3 in Los Angeles and I stopped by the set this week to chat up fan favorite Dylan O’Brien, who was definitely not slacking off during his hiatus. Instead, he was working on a big screen comedy with some very big box office names.
In The Internship, “Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughan are guys in their 40s, middle-aged salesmen, who lose their jobs, the company goes under, and they have to reinvent themselves in the new world of technology,” he told me. “They sign up to be interns at Google…and it’s a disaster because they’re a part of intern week and the interns are grouped into teams and compete against each other and the winning team gets jobs at Google.”
But like Stiles on Teen Wolf, O’Brien’s character isn’t one of the cool kids: “We’re kind of the ‘Bad News Bears’ who get slumped together,” he said with a smile. “Our team sucks and we have Owen and Vince, who don’t know anything. Then the rest of us are just the outcasts. There’s a reason why we’re not in any other group.”
The Internship also features familiar TV faces like Rose Byrne (Damages) and Jessica Szohr (Gossip Girl) and is set to hit screens on June 7. (More Teen Wolf chats coming closer to the premiere later this year)
“Teen Wolf”: If you thought that Jackson leaving Beacon Hills would encourage Stiles to revisit his unrequited love for Lydia… think again. According to Dylan O’Brien, Stiles has officially moved on. “I think if the opportunity presented now, Stiles wouldn’t even take it. He’s mentally, physically, emotionally, trying to move on,” he says, then laughs. “I’m gonna be toying with some new girls, you know what I’m sayin’?” In addition to exploring some potential new love interests this season, Stiles will spend a lot more time with his dad, helping to solve cases at the police department. They’re a regular Veronica and Keith Mars.
Fans of Teen Wolf have reason to get excited today! The show’s season 2 DVD release date and special features have been announced.
We got word from TV Shows on DVD that the official release date for Teen Wolf season 2 on DVD will be May 21.
The full-sized package art hasn’t been confirmed yet but we do have details on what the three-disc DVD set includes. Along with all 12 episodes, we’ll also be treated to these extras:
– Teen Wolf Season 2 at Paleyfest
– “Omega” Commentary featuring Jeff Davis and Christian Taylor
– “Raving” Commentary featuring Jeff Davis and Christian Taylor
– Teen Wolf CGI Reel
– Fight Choreography Reel
– Alternate, Deleted and Extended Scenes
– Alternate Stiles Takes
– Gag Reel
– Shirtless Montage 2.0
– Teen Wolves: Meet the New Pack
– “Battlefield” Commentary featuring Jeff Davis and Christian Taylor