MTV’s hit show Teen Wolf returns for season two soon. Here’s the latest hints, gossip, and actual news about the upcoming sophomore season:
In the off-season, the cast funded a Thirst Project fresh water well at the Bethlehem Parents School and Orphanage in Rakai, Uganda. This video was posted in October:
At the Scream Awards, stars Tyler Posey and Colton Haynes hinted that the season premiere will include lots of skin, and Scott won’t be such a wimp this year. [Much Music]
Haynes was featured on the cover of Hero magazine, and tells them he doesn’t know about the story for season two, only that creator Jeff Davis tells him certain things and leaves out the “important parts”. [Just Jared]
Davis revealed a few tidbits about the upcoming season when he talked with MTV, including:
- The first episode will be called “Omega.”
- You will eventually learn what the Triskele tattoo on Derek’s back means.
- The second episode revolves around the new full moon.
- Lydia will no longer hide her extraordinary intelligence.
- Tyler Posey, Tyler Hoechlin, Colton Haynes, Holland Roden and Crystal Reed all spent weeks with personal trainers to get into prime shape for the shooting of Season 2 . Dylan O’Brien ate pizza and somehow still remained skinny.
And over on the show’s Facebook page, they teased a piece of the script from the s2 premiere:
The Hollywood Reporter has this on the new additions to the cast, including “Battlestar Galactica” alum Michael Hogan, who will play Allison’s veteran wolf-hunter grandfather. John Wesley Shipp (“The Flash”) also joins the cast as the father of Isaac (new cast member Daniel Sharman), a withdrawn teenage lacrosse player who is having some trouble at home. [Zap2It]
Rounding out the new cast: Gage Golightly (“Ringer”) and Sinqua Walls (“Friday Night Lights”).
And did you know about the contest to win a role on the show? You have until January 8.
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