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Teen Wolf is an American television series of the horror and teen drama subgenres. It was created by film director and executive producer Russell Mulcahy and produced by MGM Worldwide Television Productions. The series is a dramatic reinterpretation of the 1985 comedy film Teen Wolf starring Michael J. Fox. Teen Wolf began airing on MTV on Monday evenings on June 6th, 2011. Each season of the show consists of twelve one-hour episodes. The show stars Tyler Posey as the eponymous protagonist Scott McCall, a high school student who is infected by a werewolf's bite and turns into a werewolf himself. Assisting him in this strange new development is his best friend, the nerdy Stiles Stilinsky, played by Dylan O'Brien, who serves as Scott's confidante and sidekick - humorously struggling to help Scott out of any hairy predicaments that he becomes involved in. Actress Crystal Reed plays Scott's love interest, Allison Argent. As with most teen dramas, their relationship hits a major snarl Scott discovers that Allison's father, Christopher Argent, is the leader of a family of werewolf hunters. Other cast members include Tyler Hoechlin as Derek Hale - the werewolf responsible for infecting Scott; Colton Haynes as Jackson Whittemore, the everpresent athletic jerk and Scott's rival and finally, Lydia Martin, played by Holland Roden - the beautiful smart girl who is the secret object of Stiles' desires. Supporting cast members in the series include Linden Ashby as Sheriff Stilinsky, Stiles' father; JR Bourne as Christopher Argent, Melissa Ponzio as Scott's mother Melissa McCall, Orny Adams as the irascible high school lacrosse coach Bobby Finstock, Ian Bohen as evil werewolf Peter Hale and Eaddy Mays as Argent family matriarch Victoria Argent.

Episodes Edit

Season One Edit

Episode Title Airdate
1x1 Wolf Moon June 5th, 2011
1x2 Second Chance at First Line June 6th, 2011
1x3 Pack Mentality June 11th, 2011
1x4 Magic Bullet June 20th, 2011
1x5 The Tell June 27th, 2011
1x6 Heart Monitor July 4th, 2011
1x7 Night School July 11th, 2011
1x8 Lunatic July 18th, 2011
1x9 Wolf's Bane July 25th, 2011
1x10 Co-Captain August 1st, 2011
1x11 Formality August 8th, 2011
1x12 Code Breaker August 15th, 2011

Season Two Edit

Episode Title Airdate
2x1 Omega June 3rd, 2012
2x2 Shape Shifted June 4th, 2012
2x3 Ice Pick June 11th, 2012
2x4 Abomination June 18th, 2012
2x5 Venomous June 25th, 2012
2x6 Frenemy July 2nd, 2012
2x7 Restraint July 9th, 2012
2x8 Raving July 16th, 2012
2x9 Party Guessed July 23rd, 2012
2x10 Fury July 30th, 2012
2x11 Battlefield August 6th, 2012
2x12 Master Plan August 13th, 2012

Season Three Edit

Episode Title Airdate
3x1 Tattoo June 3rd, 2013
3x2 Chaos Rising June 10th, 2013
3x3 Fireflies June 17th, 2013
3x4 Unleashed June 24th, 2013
3x5 Frayed July 1st, 2013
3x6 Motel California July 8th, 2013
3x7 Currents July 15th, 2013
3x8 Visionary July 22nd, 2013
3x9 The Girl Who Knew Too Much July 29th, 2013
3x10 The Overlooked August 5th, 2013
3x11 Alpha Pact August 12th, 2013
3x12 Lunar Ellipse August 19th, 2013
3x13 Anchors January 6th, 2014
3x14 More Bad Than Good January 13th, 2014
3x15 Galvanize January 20th, 2014
3x16 Illuminated January 27th, 2014
3x17 Silverfinger February 3rd, 2014
3x18 Riddled February 10th, 2014
3x19 Letharia Vulpina February 17th, 2014
3x20 Echo House February 24th, 2014
3x21 The Fox and the Wolf March 3rd, 2014
3x22 De-Void March 10th, 2014
3x23 Insatiable March 17th, 2014
3x24 The Divine Move March 24th, 2014

Season Four Edit

Episode Title Airdate
4x1 The Dark Moon June 23rd, 2014
4x02 117 June 30th, 2014
4x03 Muted July 7th, 2014
4x4 The Benefactor July 14th, 2014
4x5 I.E.D. July 21st, 2014
4x6 Orphaned July 28th, 2014
4x7 Weaponized August 4th, 2014
4x8 Time of Death August 11th, 2014
4x9 Perishable August 18th, 2014
4x10 Monstrous August 25th, 2014
4x11 A Promise to the Dead September 1st, 2014
4x12 Smoke and Mirrors September 8th, 2014

Season Five Edit

Episode Title Airdate
5x1 Creatures of the Night June 29th, 2015
5x2 Parasomnia June 30th, 2015
5x3 Dreamcatchers July 6th, 2015
5x4 Condition Terminal July 13th, 2015
5x5 A Novel Approach July 20th, 2015
5x6 Required Reading July 27th, 2015
5x7 Strange Frequencies August 3rd, 2015
5x8 Ouroboros August 10th, 2015
5x9 Lies of Omission August 17th, 2015
5x10 Status Asthmaticus August 24th, 2015
5x11 The Last Chimera January 5th, 2016
5x12 Damnatio Memoriae January 12th, 2016
5x13 Codominance January 19th, 2016
5x14 The Sword and the Spirit January 26th, 2016
5x15 Amplification February 2nd, 2016
5x16 Lie Ability February 9th, 2016

Season Six Edit

Episode Title Airdate
6x11 Said the Spider to the Fly July 30th, 2017

Notes & Trivia Edit

  • It was announced at the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con that MTV had renewed Teen Wolf for a second season of twelve episodes scheduled for 2012. [1]
  • Director Russell Mulcahy also directed such films as Razorback, Talos, Tale of the Mummy and Resident Evil: Extinction in addition to four episodes of the Tales from the Crypt TV series and six episodes of The Hunger.
  • Co-writers Jeph Loeb and Matthew Weisman also wrote the script for the original Teen Wolf feature film.
  • First genre work for actor Tyler Posey. Posey is best known for playing the role of Raul Garcia on the TV series Doc.
  • Tyler Hoechlin is previously known for playing Martin Brewer on the ABC Family drama Seventh Heaven.
  • Holland Roden, who plays Lydia Martin, has played bit roles in episodes of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, 12 Miles of Bad Road, Weeds and Criminal Minds.
  • Colton Haynes is certainly no stranger to werewolf frenzy. When Haynes was first cast in the role of Jackson Whittemore, he had already been playing a werewolf himself named Brett Crezski on the short-lived ABC television series The Gates.
  • Linden Ashby is no stranger to werewolf fiction either. His first role in a horror feature was playing a victim of a werewolf in the pilot episode of the short-lived Werewolf television series. Like Colton Hanes, he too appeared on The Gates, but he played a vampire named Ben McAllister.
  • In July, 2016, it was announced at Comic-Con that season six would be the final season of Teen Wolf.
  • Season 6B began with episode eleven from that season, "Said the Spider to the Fly". With this episode, Dylan O'Brien is no longer part of the main cast line-up, though he does make guest appearances throughout the remainder of the series.

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