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One thing I noticed, the twins Max and Charlie aren’t on it. Hmmmm……. What does this mean?
Five things we can tell you about ‘Teen Wolf’ season 3, episode 13 ‘Anchors’
The winter premiere of Teen Wolf won’t arrive until January 6, but we’ve got five spoilers to hold you over until then!
After watching a screener of Teen Wolf season 3, episode 13, we can say without any doubt that you haven’t seen anything yet. The winter season of Teen Wolf is bound to be the darkest and creepiest of the series, and we can’t wait to see what else is in store for our heroes.
In the meantime, here are five spoilers we can share with you from the episode “Anchors.”
There will be a line between Scott and Stiles that’s a throwback to season 1, episode 1. It’s subtle, but if you’re paying attention, you’re bound to notice it. We won’t spoil the surprise for you, but we will say that diehard fans are going to enjoy this little walk down memory lane.
There are a couple of new characters that pop up during episode 1, and one of them has superpowers. We can’t say what he or she can do, or who they are, but their story is bound to be an important one to several of the main characters, both young and old.
When we left Isaac in the first half of Teen Wolf season 3, he was walking on precarious ground. In the winter premiere, he’s on even thinner ice. But not to worry — a lot of Isaac’s role in episode 1 is centered around comedic elements, and it’s nice to see Daniel Sharman putting his good timing to work. Fans will surely be struggling to figure out whose side they’re on (Scott or Isaac’s), but along the way they’re bound to have a few laughs, too.
Kira is introduced fairly early on in the episode, and she actually comes face to face with our entire group of high school heroes pretty quickly. She’s an asset to them in the first episode, and there’s definitely a spark of interest in her from one of the boys. Her story is just getting started, and we can’t wait to see what the writers do with her.
If the rest of the winter season is anything like the premiere episode, prepare for your minds to be blown. Nothing is what it seems, and just as soon as you think you have a handle on the situation, everything explodes in another direction. The winter season is going to be unlike anything we’ve had on Teen Wolf so far, and we fully expect to have lost our minds by the time episode 24 roles around.
Teen Wolf Wins TV Guide Magazine’s Fan Favorites Cover Contest
Howl to the yeah! “It doesn’t surprise me,” says Tyler Posey, who plays leading lycan Scott McCall, of Teen Wolf’s big win in our Fan Favorites cover contest. “Our fans are the most dedicated people I’ve ever met.”
And he’s met a lot of them. Since the show’s premiere in 2011, Posey and the Teen Wolf pack have been actively engaging followers on Twitter, Instagram and Tumblr. And while social-media back-and-forth can be overwhelming for some showrunners, executive producer Jeff Davis sees the value in interacting with even the most ferocious Wolf viewers. “I love talking about the show,” he explains. “You get to see up close and personal how people react to it, which is rare for writers.”
Especially since that reaction could easily have been meh. How hot could anything based on a campy 1985 Michael J. Fox big-screen comedy really be? “I completely agree,” says Posey. “There’s no way anyone would have expected what we created [to be good].” Or bring in big numbers. But the first half of Season 3 was Wolf’s highest-rated, most-watched batch of episodes to date, drawing an average of 2.8 million viewers per week and helping MTV move beyond Snooki and that bevy of teen moms. “Our show is well-done, smart and real,” Posey adds. “As real as you can be with teen werewolves, right?”
It helps that the drama — which has already been renewed for a fourth season and is getting an after-show in January called Wolf Watch — is about more than just furry teen beasts. Davis has filled the fictional town of Beacon Hills with lizard monsters, disfigured Druid maniacs, banshees and, of course, supernaturally sexy high schoolers. Yet at its heart, the show is about human relationships. Romances straight and gay, bromances, friendships — even parent-child dynamics — are in the mix, seasoned with humor, horror and the kind of ensemble chemistry that comes once in a full moon.
“It was my way to do a TV version of The Lost Boys, a movie I loved as a kid, and to get some of the fun Buffy had back onto television,” Davis explains. “I wanted to do a show that didn’t take itself too seriously, that had plenty of action and a comedic feel.” In other words, Wolf is a horse of a different color.
“We all realized it was special when we read the pilot script,” says Tyler Hoechlin (recently ousted Alpha Derek Hale), adding that it was Davis’s fang-sharp writing and the early critical raves that first clued the cast in to what was coming. “We were like, ‘OK, we’re getting good feedback, so hopefully the fan base will come next.’ But we did not expect the fan base to be what it is. It’s really incredible!”
For more on Teen Wolf, pick up this week’s issue of TV Guide Magazine, on newsstands Thursday, Dec. 5!
Source: TV Guide
Video: New Season 3 Promo
Spoiler: Someone will be on the brink of death
Jackie: I saw you guys were on the Teen Wolf set. In desperate need of scoop!
Someone will be on the brink of death throughout the majority of season 3B! Relax, take a deep breath and find comfort in the fact that Holland Roden tells us Lydia has barely screamed this season, which is good considering her Banshee power is being able to sense impending death.
Source: E! Online
Video Interviews – The cast of Teen Wolf about Season 3B
Click here for the interview with Executive Producer Jeff Davis
Click here for the interview with Melissa Ponzio
Click here for the interview with Charlie Carver
Click here for the interview with Max Carver
Click here for the interview with Holland Roden
Click here for the interview with Linden Ashby
Photo Archive – New Promotional Photos
Allison’s New Weapon: A Katana Sword?!
Allison Argent’s weapon of choice has been her trusty bow and arrow ever since she joined her family’s werewolf-hunting ranks, but now that the Argent clan’s vendetta against lycanthropes has expanded to all sorts of other, more sinister creatures (um, hello, Darach!), it’s time she learned a few new tricks.
We previously reported that “Teen Wolf”‘s Season 3 return will dive deep into the world of the Japanese Kitsune myth, and these exclusive set photos show that it won’t just be newbie Arden Cho’s awesome black belt moves that’ll help usher in the theme. In the pics, Crystal Reed wields a katana sword, which is the same traditional Japanese-made blade used by the samurais! Goin’ medieval, we see — and in more ways than one…
In the new teaser below, Scott’s one true love gets a supernatural scaring for the books inside a dark morgue (obviously). Between this and Stiles’ endless nightmare, bitches be goin’ crazy in Beacon Hills! We blame it all on the ice bath.
Source: MTV’s Remote Control
Teaser Video: Scott is losing his mind
Click here to watch it on Youtube, or watch the embed below