Over the last couple of days some casting news slipped in under the radar for the second season of MTV's "Teen Wolf". Three more folks have joined the previously announced Michael Hogan, Stephen Lunsford, and Daniel Sharman, and we have it all right here in one convenient location.
Several behind-the-scenes photos from the currently filming Season 2 of MTV's "Teen Wolf" popped up on the show's Facebook page, and we have a few of them here, including our first look at new cast member Daniel Sharman. In addition, read on for details of how you can win a trip to the set, including the chance to appear in an episode.
As we told you a few days ago, filming of Season Two of "Teen Wolf" has begun in Atlanta, and today Executive Producer Jeff Davis has revealed five interesting tidbits about the upcoming season to MTV's Remote Control Blog.
The second season of the way better than it had any right to be "Teen Wolf" series has begun production in Atlanta, and along with the six returning series regulars, four new recurring cast members are joining the team. Read on for the details.
San Diego Comic-Con 2011: Exclusive Video: Dread Central Chats with MTV's Teen Wolf Cast and Creators
If you’ve been watching along with MTV’s breakout series “Teen Wolf” this season, then you know how important these last few episodes are to the inaugural run of the show (and if you haven’t, you’ve been missing out).
The 2011 San Diego Comic-Con is winding down, but news bites continue. Next up we have the End of Season First Look trailer for the final four Season One episodes of MTV's popular "Teen Wolf".
Yes, I admit to being a fan of MTV's "Teen Wolf" series, especially since the pace of the show has picked up in recent weeks. So the news that the network has renewed it for another season is welcome in my house. And honestly, what else is there to watch on Mondays nights anyway?
One of the biggest surprises of the summer for us so far is that MTV's new "Teen Wolf" has turned out to be quite watchable and actually pretty enjoyable. Those of you who agree will want to check out "Search for a Cure", a six-episode companion web series recently launched by the network starring Tyler Posey and his real-life father, John.
Director Toby Wilkins may be best known to genre fans as the mastermind behind movies including Splinter and The Grudge 3, but he recently took his career in a new direction and helmed a trio of episodes of MTV’s newest genre show, “Teen Wolf”, and the first of his three episodes kicks off tonight.
Director Russell Mulcahy has enjoyed a successful career in both films and television alike, and he is now combining his love of the horror genre with his love for working in TV with the upcoming MTV series “Teen Wolf”, which is set to debut on June 5th following the MTV Movie Awards (the show will also slide into its regular time slot on June 6th).
When it comes to creating compelling, engaging television dramas, writer and producer Jeff Davis is a force to be reckoned with. After all, he created the highly successful “Criminal Minds” series back in 2005, and now he’s back at work on the upcoming television adaptation of the 1985 comedy classic Teen Wolf for MTV Networks.
Curious about MTV's "Teen Wolf" and can't wait to sink your teeth into the June 5th premiere? Well we have one hell of a fix to tide you over in the form of the show's opening minutes. Dig it! Still not satisfied? You can check out our "Teen Wolf" Episode 1 review here!
Starring Tyler Posey, Crystal Reed, Dylan O’Brien, Tyler Hoechlin, Holland Roden, Colton Haynes Directed by Russell Mulcahy Created by MTV Networks and MGM
Its June 5th debut is just a few days away, which means MTV is pulling out all the stops to promote its new series "Teen Wolf". Here are a slew of new videos that introduce the cast, go behind the scenes (including a look at the transformation), and offer a crash course in Werewolfology 101. Synopsis:
We're hoping to the hairy fanged gods above (or would they be below?) that MTV's "Teen Wolf" series delivers something a bit more visceral than the usual made-for-teen fare. We've been surprised before so we remain optimistic. Have to admit, the trailers thus far have all been pretty good. Let us pray!