When we weren’t watching Tyler Posey and Dylan O’Brien goofing off with each other at Teen Wolf’s Panel at San Diego Comic-Con, we were treated to a few teases and trailers about what’s to come for the final episodes of Teen Wolf.
After seven years and over 100 episodes, the hit MTV series is coming to an end. But they won’t go gently into the night. They’re going to give you an ending you’ll never forget with returning guest stars and all the feels!
Here are 5 things we learned about Teen Wolf during the panel:
1. Derek is back and better than ever.
In an exclusive sneak peek, Teen Wolf showed a clip of Derek Hale sneaking up on a group of hunters.
This scene was interladen with a man telling a tall tale about Derek to Chris Argent. It ends with Derek stealing a car, Chris vowing to find Derek, and Gerard up to no good…again.
2. Malia might end up with Scott.
Shelley Hennig, who plays Malia, teased a possible romance with Scott McCall. They were seen in the shower together during the exclusive trailer and Malia might be the one that Scott is kissing on the forehead as she’s laying in a hospital bed. We’re ready to know if this is real or all just a dream!
3. Dylan O’Brien couldn’t wait to come back.
The absence of Stiles has been hard on fans during 6A. With Dylan working on side projects and his unfortunate accident, it’s been hard without him. During the panel, Dylan couldn’t help expressing over and over how excited he was to come back and play Stiles and how Teen Wolf would always be his home. (Someone pass the tissues!)
4. We’ll be getting an insight at who Theo is.
According to Cody Christian, who plays Theo, we’ll understand why Theo is the way he is in Teen Wolf Season 6B. We’ll get to see the heart of this character and why he’s taken the actions he has in the past to gain a pack.
Also, Cody teased that the last scene for Theo is his favorite of all time and that we’ll connect to him in a way we never have before.
5. Tyler Posey directed an episode, and Jeff Davis couldn’t be prouder.
Jeff Davis said that everyone on his team kept sending him messages about the great job that Posey did while directing his episode. And Posey loved the experience so much that he’s looking forward to exploring that part of himself even more in the future.
Be sure to check out all of our coverage of San Diego Comic-Con right here. (There is a lot more to come!)
Teen Wolf returns Sunday, July 30 at 8/7c on MTV.
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