Another fun photo of the ‘Teen Wolf’ cast from the photoshoot at San Diego Comic Con 2013 was posted on the TV Guide Magazine’s Instagram account today.
Your votes are in and Teen Wolf is the leader of the pack, winning our 4th annual Fan Favorites cover poll. Pick up the issue, on sale NOW! #TeenWolf #TylerPosey #TylerHoechlin #DylanOBrien #HollandRoden #DanielSharman #CrystalReed #MaxCarver #CharlieCarver @mtvPhoto by @iheartmaarten
Source: TV Guide
Thanks to HeyItsMontse for scanning the full article from the TV Guide Fan Favorites issue. Click the thumbnails below to enlarge the scans and read the article. We love seeing that Tyler has such a large photo in the article!
Justjared.com posted this Season 3b group photo of the ‘Teen Wolf’ cast, along with a short article about the upcoming season. Click the image to see it larger in our gallery.
The seriously hot cast of Teen Wolfgets together for this brand new group photo, given exclusively toJustJared.com!
Three weeks after saving the lives of their parents, Scott (Tyler Posey), Stiles (Dylan O’Brien), and Allison (Crystal Reed) begin to suffer strange side effects from their ritual sacrifice.
At the same time, the newly enlightened Sheriff Stilinski scours through old cases, reassessing whether each could have had supernatural causes.
Throughout the upcoming season, Scott struggles to find his place as an Alpha, while he, Allison and Stiles begin to experience strange side effects as a result of reigniting the power within Beacon Hills.
They soon discover that the answer to their problems may be found in a new student named Kira (Arden Cho), a girl with remarkable powers of her own.
Teen Wolf‘s third season returns on Monday, January 6 @ 10PM on MTV! In case you missed it, check out the brand new trailer too!
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We reported yesterday that the ‘Teen Wolf’ fans voted the show as the TV Guide Fan Favorites cover contest winner! Today we have an article about the show and a new outtake photo from the TV Guide photoshoot at San Diego Comic Con early this year. Personally, we love it when Tyler does the ‘rock horns!’
Howl to the yeah! “It doesn’t surprise me,” saysTyler 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!”
Source: TV Guide
Last night during an episode of Generation Cryo, MTV released the first trailer for Season 3b of ‘Teen Wolf’. Although it doesn’t feature Derek, it’s a thrilling 45 seconds that gives us a glimpse of what we’re going to see come January 6th. We’ve uploaded a youtube version so that those outside of the US can see it.