MTV’s breakthrough hit television series”Teen Wolf” is set to stick around for an extended fifth season. Executive producer Jeff Davis made the exciting announcement at San Diego Comic Con. Fans of show can look forward to a two-part 20-episode run, which includes eight more episodes than the current season 4 order. Davis was joined by Tyler Posey, Dylan O’Brien, Tyler Hoechlin, Holland Roden, Shelley Hennig, and Dylan Sprayberry who attended the show’s panel at the Con. They also debuted a mid-season trailer revealing who and what Deputy Jordan Parrish (Ryan Kelley) really is.
Davis also answered the question whether anyone was killed off at the remainder of the season. He said the fourth season would end with “a lot of decision making, a lot of character arcs coming to a finish,” and the fruition of Peter Hale’s plan.
Geeks attending Comic-Con should make the time to check out the “Teen Wolf” booth (#3729). Information courtesy of thepub:
“For the first time ever, fans can stop by MTV’s “Teen Wolf” booth on the convention center floor. The booth (#3729) will be open to fans all weekend long and will be highlighted by signings and special appearances by cast members and crew. The booth will also feature four full days of activations where fans can insert themselves into a custom character poster and create their own “Teen Wolf”-inspired monster. Additionally, MTV commissioned artist Swann Smith to illustrate a limited edition bestiary that serves as a full guide to the creatures of Beacon Hills. The bestiary will be distributed for free throughout the weekend and Swann will be on hand signing copies at the booth. “
The teen series is loosely based on the 1985 film of the same name, and follows an ordinary high school student named Scott McCall who is bitten by a werewolf. Scott’s life becomes complicated when he realises that the girl he likes, Allison Argent, is the daughter of a werewolf hunter. He faces various supernatural challenges in a town that hides secrets that could overpower the toughest Alpha werewolf.
Catch the next episode of “Teen Wolf” on Monday, July 28 at 10:00 P.M. ET/PT.