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You can now nominate your favorite Teen Wolf star for the 2015 Teen Choice Awards that take place on August 16th on FOX.

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Teen Wolf’s fifth season is set to premiere on June 29th on MTV and with that comes another awesome new promo;

Bad blood will reign. Don't miss the two part premiere on June 29th and 30th!

Posted by Teen Wolf on dinsdag 26 mei 2015




Here is the official trailer for Teen Wolf’s fifth season. Teen Wolf’s fifth season premieres June 29th on MTV and the second episode of the fifth season of Teen Wolf will air the day after, June 30th;




I have no idea if I have shared this already, but just in case I did not, here’s the official description for Teen Wolf’s fifth season;

On the eve of Senior Year, Scott and his friends find themselves facing the possibility of a future without each other, a next phase of their lives that might take them in different directions despite their best intentions. Little do they know that outside forces are already plotting to break the pack apart long before they ever see graduation. New villains that use a combination of science and the supernatural for a malevolent and mysterious purpose that will eventually pit Scott and his friends against their greatest enemy yet.




Michael Johnston joins the cast of Teen Wolf in its fifth season and had a nice chat with Out.com;

Michael Johnston - Teen Wolf season 5

A small role on the upcoming season of MTV’s Awkward led to a coveted spot on the fifth season of Teen Wolf (premiering June 29), MTV’s homoerotic, howl-at-the-moon teen drama. “When I see relationships on Teen Wolf, they’re all treated the same,” says Johnston, 19. “They don’t make a big deal over a gay relationship in the show — it’s just like any other relationship, which is really close to what life is like.”

Johnston’s mysterious character will be introduced alongside an unspecified new supernatural threat to the show’s main characters, and he’ll cross paths with Mason, a cheeky gay human played by Khylin Rhambo. “There’s some hope that we’ll start out as friends, but maybe more will happen,” teases Johnston. As for Teen Wolf’s penchant for naked torsos? Johnston isn’t sure yet if his character will be showing a lot of skin, but he’s physically preparing just in case. After all, there are only two certainties on Teen Wolf: death and abs.




Here’s the trailer of Dylan O’Brien’s upcoming movie The Maze Runner: “The Scorch Trails”;




Teen Wolf’s Dylan O’Brien gives us a chance to look at the set of ‘The Maze Runner: The Scorch Trails';

Last November, MTV News got sent on a mission: to check out the Albuquerque, New Mexico set of “Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials.” We spent an entire, jaw-dropping day at an abandoned shopping mall with Dylan O’Brien, Ki Hong Lee, Kaya Scodelario, Thomas Brodie-Sangster and more — but we couldn’t say a word about it until today.

As of Monday (May 18), we’re excited to reveal our behind-the-scenes look at “Scorch Trials,” complete with your first look at the Gladers running for their lives from a brand new threat: disease-ridden humans called Cranks.

“At the end of the first film, the Gladers — some of them make it out,” O’Brien explained during a brief break from running his butt off. “Basically, what the Gladers find out is that the world has been essentially taken over by this virus; this disease called the Flare. It’s basically like ’The Walking Dead’ all of a sudden.”

As Brodie-Sangster explained — and as readers of James Dashner’s hit book series already know — the Gladers are thrown into this “Walking Dead“-like world pretty soon after the events of the first movie. And of course, those shady WCKD folks we met at the end of “Maze Runner” aren’t as warm and fuzzy as they might have initially seemed.

“They’re thrown into this world, and with these people that tell us certain things,” he said. “We find out that those things aren’t necessarily the truth, and it’s all just a learning experience of trying to find out what the hell’s going on in this place.”

We can’t tell you everything that’s going on in the Scorch, but we can reveal that it involves a post-apocalyptic city, a couple of badass new characters played by Rosa Salazar (“The Divergent Series: Insurgent”) and Giancarlo Esposito (“Breaking Bad”), and terrifying obstacles that make the Grievers look like Teletubbies.

“The book is insane, and we’re bringing a lot of that to the movie,” O’Brien said with a laugh. :It really just opens up the world with such a mystery in the first one. Of course, with what [director] Wes [Ball] does with it, it’s even cooler. The movie is going to look amazing, with a little less pressure off of me.”

The first trailer of ‘The Maze Runner: The Scorch Trails’ will be released tomorrow (May 19th)!




We all know Teen Wolf’s Ryan Kelley (deputy Jordan Parrish) is getting heated sometimes, and to cool off he uses “Comfy Boys” #parkingwithparrish;


Just to heat up the discussion, do you have any idea what Parrish is? Let us know in the comments by or using Twitter! Don’t forget to use the hashtag #WhatIsParrish!
Make sure to mark your agendas! Teen Wolf is back on June 29th!




At times, Kira Yukimura’s status as a Teen Wolf kitsune makes her a pariah around town. Her status as an Asian American? Not so much.

Starlet Arden Cho, who plays the show’s fierce-but-klutzy goofball, recently shared her experiences as an Asian American actress with the Coalition of Asian Pacifics in Entertainment’s #IAm campaign, and as far as Cho’s concerned, all are welcome in Beacon Hills.

(Well, all humans, at least…)

“’Teen Wolf’ does a really fantastic job of being diverse,” she says in the video below. “There are a lot of characters that I don’t even know what they are sometimes. We’re all a little bit mixed — I play half-Korean, half-Japanese…and I think that’s great. At the end of the day, whatever I can represent as an actor, I want to be able to play that role.”

Cho points to ABC’s “Fresh off the Boat” as a driving force behind landing more Asian American actors on TV, and says she’s thrilled to see it, too, is being received so well.

“Asian Americans have gained popularity these days just because we’re finally getting a chance to be a part of it,” the 29-year-old considers. “People are seeing us just as people, just normal people. We’ve got good-looking, funny, charming guys, and funny, dorky girls, or just everything — a wide range of characters.”

Make no mistake, though — the influx of Asian Americans isn’t simply a trend, and if productions want to remain relevant, Cho reasons, they need to actively seek a varied cast.

“I think it is important for shows to keep diversity in mind when they want to keep their show on-air for a long time, just because that’s the audience, and I think nowadays, seeing shows that have a very diverse cast…it makes it more realistic,” she says. “That’s what life is, right?”

What do you think of Cho’s words? Sound off, and be sure to catch the season premiere of Teen Wolf on June 29!

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Lexi Ainsworth confirmed on Twitter that she filmed with Shelley Hennig (Malia) yesterday (May 6th). It’s unknown what her role is. You might recognize Lexi from IZombie, Chosen and General Hospital.