SDCC 2015: Teen Wolf



There was plenty to howl about for Teen Wolf fans at SDCC this year.  Not only was the whole gang in town for the panel, but there was a big announcement of a renewal for sixth season of the hit series.

The following day, Whedonopolis was able to sit down at the press round tables to talk with Teen Wolf executive producer, Jeff Davis, star Tyler Posey and co-stars Dylan Sprayberry and (newcomer) Cody Christian.  Though the teen ladies of the show — Holland Roden, Arden Cho, and Shelley Hennig — were sorely missed in the press room (along with an AWOL Dylan O’Brien), the guys held their own while discussing the trials and tribulations our favorite wolf pack will be facing this season.

Series star, Tyler Posey (Scott McCall), started things off with a “party raspy” voice and talked about the best night of his life (hint — it was the previous night), Scott’s journey this season and an upcoming key moment between Scott and Stiles.



Jeff Davis talks about spin-offs, the Dread Doctors; finding Lydia’s power, and a key development coming up in episode 5.


Dylan Sprayberry who plays the youngest member of the pack, Liam, talks about a new look, Liam’s conflicts with Scott, his friendship with Mason, and the return of an old nemesis.

Teen Wolf newcomer, Cody Christian, discusses his dark character, Theo Raeken, and unraveling the mystery of Theo’s true intentions.  He also talks about the fun of shooting fight scenes and his status on Pretty Little Liars.


Be sure to check out the rest of Whedonopolis’ coverage of San Deigo Comic Con 2015.  Want more Teen Wolf news? Here is a our recent coverage of a special Teen Wolf Art Exhibit in New York.

Teen Wolf airs on Mondays (#Moondays) at 10/9c on MTV.


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