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I have added a few medium-quality photos of the cast of Teen Wolf at the Wired Cafe, Comic-Con 2014. More coming as soon as possible!

It wouldn’t be San Diego Comic Con without the guys from Teen Wolf.

The MTV werewolf drama is always one of the top draws at the annual convention – and since the show is actually airing right now, it was a good time to sit down with stars Tyler Posey (Scott) and Tyler Hoechlin (Derek) to chat about how they feel regarding Teen Wolf Season 4.

What will Derek do now that he’s losing his powers? How Scott has changed over the years? What about those tattoos? And, because this is the kind of thing that comes up when getting the guys together, what the heck is the deal with… wolf boners?

TV Fanatic: Is Comic Con the same thing for you guys compared to when you first started coming?
Tyler Hoechlin: Our little group has grown a lot every single year I feel like. I know they put us in the big hall last time and it was packed. It will be interesting to see but for us it just gets easier, which is nice. We’re used to it by now.
Tyler Posey: Hoechlin is right. We’re absolutely used to it, there are no surprises anymore and it becomes this relaxing, vacation-esque and doing stuff like this, just hanging out. I love Comic Con! I’m happy I’m here!

TVF: I was watching this last week’s episode and realized that even though we’re still in high school, the characters have grown and changed so much. Do you guys feel that?
TP: I feel like it’s impossible for our characters not to grow, which is the comfortableness of how we are and how we play them. There’s more confidence with our characters. Scott has matured as the years have gone on.

TVF: They’re even dressing Scott differently now with the buttoned up shirts more often.
TP: He’s dressing like a man. He’s got boots. He’s got a motorcycle now. He knows how to talk to girls now instead of fumbling over his words but he’s still 17, though. I relate it to myself and anyone who’s been in the business since they were kids. They go through things that normal kids don’t go through and it kind of ages them a little bit. All the kids from Beacon Hills have done that. They’ve gone through things no kid could go through and it does age them but at the same they’re 17 so they still have the kid-tendencies.
TH: The characters have definitely grown up a lot but as far as the show we’ve noticed internationally just that it’s expanded so much. We’ve gone over there to meet the fans and the overwhelming sense of enthusiasm for the show is crazy but it’s awesome and flattering. It’s great that it’s reaching over there as well as here. The scope of the show and the world of the show have gotten bigger like going to Japan in Season 3 and Season 4 ending up in Mexico. It’s been crazy to watch it expand so much.

TVF: It was just revealed that Derek is losing his powers. What can you tease about where it’s going?
TH: For Derek it’s a huge question. He obviously knows that Kate is responsible for that so his biggest concern right now is finding her and not necessarily for the same reasons that Peter wants to find her or anyone else wants to find her. He has a personal thing with her and needs her to fix or change what he’s going through. It will be interesting to see how he feels about this as his powers start to dwindle. It’s going to be a challenge for him. Hopefully, Braeden will be there to help him out a little bit…

TP: Speaking of Braeden, does losing his powers mean he can’t get a wolf boner anymore? [laughter ensues]
TH: This is why I love interviews with Posey. But we’ll have to see.
TP: I don’t think we’ll have to see. I think will always be able to get it up no matter how many powers he loses.
TH: That’s the true confidence that Scott has in Derek.

TVF: How were you challenged differently as we see Derek in a place we haven’t seen him before?
TH: It was really interesting playing Derek this year. I think I felt more different as Derek on set this season than any other season because this is such a massive thing. And I related it to my baseball thing and really growing up baseball was my identity. I was acting, I enjoyed acting and I loved it but my identity from my first memory was playing baseball so that’s who I was grounded as. It’s incredible how an activity or occupation can give you a sense of self and when that’s gone, there’s that weird little thing you go through of ‘well, who am I now?’ That’s Derek’s biggest thing, it’s ‘if I’m not a werewolf, who am I? What do I do?’

TVF: Does Peter help at all or is he doing his own thing?
TH: He’s still not trustworthy. He hasn’t earned his place yet.

TVF: He’s kind of a dick.
TH: Yeah, he is. [laughs] It’s like we say in the episode, nobody likes him but he’s still a necessary evil to have around. He does provide knowledge at times that is very essential and he’s still a force we feel we can manipulate for our advantage when we need it so we’ll keep him around for now.

TVF: Posey, tell me about Scot and Kira. They’re so sweet together!
TP: They’re very sweet and I think it’s very cool because it’s a different side of Scott that you haven’t seen. You’ve definitely seen Scott in love but he’s got so much more confidence with this love. I think he can relate more to Kira than he did with Allison. Scott and Allison had this insane connection that could never be tested or broken but he and Kira have so much in common with them being the outcasts at school, the powers, the camaraderie, the sense of wanting to stick together, they’re just perfect for each other. And now she’s on the lacrosse team and so they have a romantic relationship but a team relationship. I love them together. They care about each other and want to protect each other.
TH: I liked it in the beginning of the show when it was Scott and Allison and Allison was how Scott is now where Scott found his strength in Allison and Kira is now finding her strength in Scott. It’s an interesting development in Scott’s character that he can now be the anchor now in the relationship. It’s a cool evolution.
TP: That is cool. You’re giving me chills, man!

TVF: Also in this last episode, you two share a scene about Liam and it’s a nice triangle in how Derek is seeing Scott take charge of a new wolf. You can see that Derek is happy that Scott is doing his job. Is there more of that kind of scene coming?
TH: I remember that scene sticking out to me a lot as one of the apexes of that relationship with them and I thoroughly enjoyed that scene. I thought it was really fun and it was a weird life imitating art and art imitating life kind of thing. I remember seeing him do that it was interesting because [Posey] is the same age, 22, as I was when we did the first season. So seeing him have that scene with Liam, I seriously had a flashback to when we had that same kind of scene. I thought ‘this is so weird. I am watching real life and the characters at the same time.’ It was a really trippy experience.

TVF: In these next episodes, is Scott’s journey about Liam and keeping him on track?
TP: There’s a bunch of things in play with the assassins and that’s Scott’s main focus. Liam is definitely a huge part of his life now and he’ll spend the rest of the season trying to teach him control but he also has to save his town and save his best friends again so he can’t quit. He has no time to rest or do anything. What’s the saying? Idle hands are the devil’s playground.

TVF: You have some new tattoos, Posey.
TP: [he happily shows some of the new ones on his leg] I like tattoos a lot.
TVF: And you don’t have any, right?
TH: I don’t have any.
TVF: Not interested?
TH: Not that I’m not interested but I have ideas of things that I would do but just nothing that I was like ‘yeah, I have to get it done.’ I think it would have to be something like you have to have it in order to do it. Maybe someday I’ll get the itch and I’ll do it.
TP: I think for me the reason why I love tattoos so much is because was when I was a kid most of my influences were covered in tattoos and it’s the same for you. For me, it’s just kind of dictated my life, not tattoos but that scene, the style. it’s how I live. [laughs] You just don’t have the itch for it but I’m itching every day!


Here’s the schedule for Teen Wolf at Comic-Con 2014. I had posted this a while ago, but decided to do this again.

Panel: MTV’s hit drama Teen Wolf returns to Comic-Con for the fifth consecutive year. The pack of Tyler Posey, Dylan O’Brien, Tyler Hoechlin, Holland Roden, and new cast members Shelley Hennig and Dylan Sprayberry, along with executive producer Jeff Davis, share secrets, debut a new mid-season trailer, and answer fan questions. Moderated by Buzzfeed senior editor Jarett Wieselman. Thursday July 24, 2014 3:30pm – 4:30pm, Ballroom 2

Ticketed Autograph Booth: Tyler Posey, Dylan O’Brien, Tyler Hoechlin, Holland Roden, Shelley Hennig, Dylan Sprayberry and executive producer Jeff Davis will be at the Fox booth (#4229) from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Friday

Teen Wolf Booth: The “Teen Wolf” booth (#3729) will be open to fans all weekend long and will be highlighted by signings and special appearances by cast and crew.

Unofficial Fan Meetup for ‘Not Quite Teen-Teen Wolf Fans’ . More information here.


Here’s the after after show of Teen Wolf’s 4×05: “I.E.D”

When we (MTV took a tour of Teen Wolf’s wardrobe department earlier this season, costume designer Barbara Vazquez explained that Dylan O’Brien never wears jackets. When they were filming season one, she explained, he’d always wear a purple hoodie between takes. Barbara decided to pay homage to real Dylan through Stiles by outfitting him with a purple hoodie this season.

And, well, last night was the night. Stiles wore the light purple sweatshirt as he stood around with his dad and Scott solvin’ crimes, tapin’ things to a clear whiteboard, and makin’ clever quips. He wore it over a black tee–wait, Stiles in a T-shirt? I must be dreaming. JK, I must be watching an episode of Teen Wolf that will haunt my dreams.

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As of now, costume designer Barbara Vasquez will be heading to MTV’s Style to give us all the details on the character’s garderobe in that specific episode, so be sure to tune in starting next monday!


I have added 800+ high-quality logo-free screencaptures of Teen Wolf’s 4×05: “I.E.D” to the photo archive

MTV has launched a new virtual clubhouse for Teen Wolf’s most creative fans.

Dubbed The Collective, the site aims to showcase fans’ original art and poetry, and connect them with the people behind the show. That means no more searching Tumblr tags for the best of Teen Wolf fan art.

“Fundamentally, we’re storytellers and we’re always looking for new and innovative ways for our audience to interact with our shows and characters,” said Colin Helms, the network’s senior VP of connected content. “For some time, we’ve marveled, celebrated, rewarded and in some cases even hired Teen Wolf fans that have created amazing fan fiction, analysis and artwork. With the launch of The Collective, we’re creating a dedicated curated space that empowers the fans to create, share and have their art recognized across our sites, social and possibly even TV.”

image: courtesy of MTV. no copyright infringement is ever intended.

image: courtesy of MTV. no copyright infringement is ever intended.

The show, starring Tyler Posey as the titular wolfy teen, boasts an active social following on Twitter (959,000 followers), Facebook (4.5 million fans), and, yes, Tumbr. But Helms said unlike other social networks, The Collective will be for “fans, not visitors.” A number of stories and photos that open up the Teen Wolf world behind the scenes are mixed with posts about art and a fan’s account of attending a screening on the site.

“As storytellers, we have an intimate relationship with our audience, allowing us the opportunity to entice them to watch, respond and socialize around our content,” he said.

This is far from the first time MTV has created a spinoff site for the ultra-social Teen Wolf fandom to interact with fellow fans. Last year, following the death of Allison Argent (Crystal Reed), the network launched TeenWolfMemorial.com; at the start of this season, they set up TeenWolfTrailer.com, which asked fans to assemble a GIF puzzle in order to see the trailer for the second half of Season 3.

“Teen Wolf is MTV’s most social show of all time and one of the most social shows on television,” Helms said. “Ultimately, our goal with the Collective is to expand to additional shows and franchises. What we learn from this launch will help inform future launches and rollouts.”


Here is the weekly recap of Teen Wolf by We Got This Covered.com. This time they’re covering Teen Wolf’s 4×05: “I.E.D”.

Teen Wolf was firing on all cylinders on tonight’s episode, and it’s the best we’ve seen this season (maybe the entire series). The toned down look of the show that dominated the first few episodes took a back seat, and Teen Wolf made it very clear that Liam (Dylan Sprayberry) wasn’t the only thing that fans can brand as explosive. The natural reset that the show went through has opened up a realm of possibilities and the writers are taking full advantage of that by introducing us to a new, improved version of the show that we’ve already been captivated with.

Instead of focusing on recreating the wheel, the Teen Wolf writers are just adding to it. Last season fans had to wrap their minds around all the additional mythology that weaved its way through the story arc, but that’s not necessarily something pivotal to understanding what’s happening now. Although there has been the addition of new forms of supernatural creatures – the mute assassin, wendigo – the details aren’t the point of contention that they were in the past. Instead, it’s the connecting features of all the new characters that is the focus.

In “The Benefactor,” Lydia (Holland Roden) uncovered an encrypted hit list, or deadpool, of supernatural creatures in Beacon Hills, and the surrounding county. Those 12 names were only a third of the overall list, though. So, painstakingly, Lydia spent her weekend trying to uncover either one of the two remaining encryption codes to unlock the rest of the names.

There’s definitely something suspicious about the first key word being “Allison.” Since Allison (Crystal Reed) was killed at the end of last season protecting her supernatural friends from the Oni spirits, in hindsight it makes sense that the second password had some connection to that event as well – or at least to Allison in some way. With some assistance from the only other banshee that we’ve encountered, Meredith (Maya Eshet), who has an acute sense of timing, and a little prompting from a nervous were-coyote, Malia (Shelley Hennig), Lydia uncovers the key to the second cipher – “Aiden.” Aiden (Max Carver) being one of the twins who died the same night at Allison.

So, which name will unlock the final piece of the puzzle? Your guess is as good as mine. Since Allison and Aiden were the only characters who died that night, this one might be the trickiest to figure out. Stiles (Dylan O’Brien) was possessed by the Nogistune, who was defeated in that same episode, so maybe it could be “Rhys,” the name of the evil spirit’s last host. But, that may be stretching the imagination a little too far.

The discovery of the initial portion of the list served two purposes. First, it alerted Scott (Tyler Posey) to the threat that was looming over his pack, but it also came with the realization that there are a lot more supernatural entities in the area – and even another pack of werewolves. Once the dead started piling up a little more (yes, that’s seriously morbid), Scott and Stiles start putting together the pieces. Stiles may not have any supernatural abilities, but he certainly has a knack for figuring out mysteries. Discovering that the weapon of choice for one of the assassins was a lacrosse stick – brilliant observation.

This season is rapidly becoming about what connects characters, and nothing brings people together like the threat of death. Teen Wolf is working the ‘strength in numbers’ angle, as the original targets of the young assassins were all on the periphery. They were picking them off one by one using the element of surprise, but avoiding trying to take out any member of the group dynamic. Now that the identities of the assassins – or at least the two more immediate threats – are out in the open, it’ll be harder to use the same tactic. And to top it off, Scott now has the names of two-thirds of the targets.

Keeping with the overarching theme of connecting, the Calaveras hunters kept their word and have descended on Beacon Hills. This shouldn’t come as any surprise to fans, though. The matriarch of that family didn’t exactly seem like the type to make idle threats. But, interestingly enough, her first stop isn’t to exact her promise on Scott. Instead, she pays Argent (JR Bourne) a visit. Argent hasn’t always been an ally to the werewolves of Beacon Hills, but over the last couple of seasons has come to an understanding with both Scott and Derek (Tyler Hoechlin). Partially due to his late daughter’s choice in boyfriends, and partially out of newfound beliefs.

One of the most understated things about Teen Wolf is the relationship between Argent and Scott, and contrastingly, Argent and Derek. In the first instance, Argent serves in the mentor capacity, a role that is interchangeable with Derek and Dr. Deaton (Seth Gilliam), depending on the circumstances. With Derek, Argent takes on more of a balance role. Their initial distrust has led them to what currently is a deep level of respect. Scenes with Hoechlin and Bourne, although not as common as interactions between other characters, are worth watching closely. Their characters often compliment each other in a similar way to Scott and Stiles, and act as a backbone to the heavily teenaged focus of the show.

In “I.E.D.” it’s the connection between all these characters that moves the story along at a swift pace. The unspoken bond that has previously been developed allowed them to make strategic, arguably intelligent decisions without the benefit of a long, drawn out conversation. Scott and his cohorts were all very much on the same page, and the lack of internal debate between the friends was refreshing. In the past, Derek and Scott have butted heads on how to handle certain situations, but that also seems to have passed as a new sense of appreciation has been established since their recent trip to Mexico.

Tell us, what did you think of the change of pace for Teen Wolf, and whose name do you think will unlock the final third of the deadpool list? Sound off below!


Here is the soundtrack/tracklist of Teen Wolf’s “I.E.D” (4×05)

Gary Numan – “Love Hurt Bleed (Radio Edit)”
Violet and Garrett in hallway

JETFIRE feat. Maya Simantov – “Baby Back”
Liam lifting weights

Zella Day – “Mustang Kids”
Lydia and Malia in the art room

Douster – “Pop That Bubble”
Mason checking out Brett on field

Headhunterz & Audiofreq – “Breakout”
Devonford Prep school scores the first point

Diplo – “Express Yourself”
Stiles mocking prep student for having facial hair on field

I have added 13 episode stills of Teen Wolf’s 4×05: “I.E.D” to the photo archives