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'Teen Wolf' cast says new and old villains will finish out season 4

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MTV’s hit show Teen Wolf was already renewed for a fifth season, but for now, fans are more focused on how season 4 is going to end. When the cast stopped by EW‘s Comic-Con hangout, they hinted at more fighting, scary monsters, and both new and old villains appearing before season’s end. They also chatted with Anthony Breznican about Jason Bateman’s Teen Wolf Too and… something about a tutu.

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'Teen Wolf' at Comic Con: MTV hit renewed for fifth season with 'a lot of decision making' in the future

Herds of screaming girls and men proudly wearing “Part Wolf” shirts howled like crazy for Tyler Posey, Dylan O’Brien, and other cast members of Teen Wolf during the supernatural hit’s Comic-Con panel this year. Though the cast was at times slightly distracted by their own image on the large video screens surrounding them—and their own poop jokes—the MTV stars provided some good scoop about the show’s current fourth season and future alongside series executive producer Jeff Davis. Well, that was after Posey decided to cartwheel onto the stage. “I think I broke my toe,” he admitted. Here are some highlights: READ FULL STORY

'Teen Wolf' fave not returning for season 4

Daniel Sharman is out of Teen Wolf.

EW has confirmed that the actor, who played hottie werewolf Isaac on the supernatural teen drama, has opted not return for the show’s upcoming season 4, set to start June 23 on MTV. E! Online was the first to report.

Sharman reportedly asked to pursue other endeavors, and creator Jeff Davis told the website that his character will not be killed off, leaving a chance for him to return in the future.

The actor’s exit is the latest of several that hit the show late in its third season, which concluded Monday night. Allison (Crystal Reed), who was the girlfriend of Sharman’s character, was killed off in a penultimate episode shocker after Reed asked to depart the show, and Max Carver’s Aiden was killed in the finale.

Cast changes aren’t the only shakeups on tap for the fourth season. When previewing the action, Davis told EW that the new season will focus on having Scott (Tyler Posey) confront “very human problems.” “[Scott]‘s faced a lot of supernatural problems, but now he’s going to have some very difficult human ones,” Davis said.

'Teen Wolf' season finale preview: Creator, star on last week's twist, what comes next

After last week’s shocking departure on Teen Wolf, fans were left stunned. But as the old adage says, the show must go on, and that’s exactly what everyone will attempt do in this week’s season finale. But it won’t be easy.

In fact, juggling the grief in the aftermath of Allison’s (Crystal Reed) death and extremely pressing threats from the Nogitsune will make for an action-packed season ender, according to star Tyler Posey and creator Jeff Davis.

“They’re reeling from it,” says Posey. “The episode opens up with us being interrogated about Allison’s death and Scott’s just out of his mind. He has no idea where to turn. He prides himself on being this Alpha and this caretaker and protector and he lost one of the people he cares about the most. So he’s hit pretty hard by it. So he’s dealing with that this whole episode but at the same time he’s trying to kill ‘Void Styles’…we have to take him down.”

More details on exactly how the gang will do that, how Allison’s death will affect everyone, and a brief preview of season 4 below!

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'Teen Wolf' post-mortem: [spoiler] talks about leaving the show -- EXCLUSIVE

SPOILER ALERT! If you haven’t seen this week’s episode of Teen Wolf, we ask that you avert your eyes. As promised in the promos, the show said goodbye to a major character in this week’s penultimate episode. So do not continue reading if you don’t want to know who it was.  READ FULL STORY

'Teen Wolf': Dylan O'Brien on Stiles' bro-mantic moment with Scott, the 'crazy' end to the season

Stiles is out of it these days on Teen Wolf, but you would be too if you were possessed by a mischievous and evil Japanese spirit.

And following last week’s epic reveal of that possession, we hear it’s only going to get worse for the gang in Beacon Hills before it gets better. In a chat below, Dylan O’Brien previews the horror to come and breaks down last week’s creepy (and slightly bro-mantic) episode.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: We need to start by talking about last week’s episode. Tell me about filming that scene at the hospital between Scott and Stiles because it was, honestly, one of the quieter moments of the episode and still my favorite of the hour.
DYLAN O’BRIEN: Tyler [Posey] and I are always excited when we get those scenes. I think those are the scenes we’re more drawn to because, I guess, those are the ones that get us, too. They get the audience [excited] and those are the scenes that [also] excite us. It’s almost a little nervewracking because you feel a little pressure to portray it nicely. But when you’re there and you do it, I think a lot of my and Tyler’s actual relationship translates to screen because we are really close in real life. We’ve been doing this together for four years now, and the show is really close to both of our hearts, you know? It always will be. But it’s all very personal for us, and it’s all real, I guess, in a sense.

How fun has it been playing evil Stiles?
It’s been awesome. It’s always one of those things that you’re worried about, I guess. I had fun doing it always and it’s been a blast as an actor. It’s been really cool discovering this new character and this entire other essence I get to play that’s so polar opposite from what I’ve already done on the show. At first, I didn’t really know what to do. I also didn’t know entirely what [the situation with the character] was going to be. We get the episodes week by week and I’m kind of rolling with the punches a little. But that’s what I love about the show, though. I find it challenging as an actor to always adapt to what’s being created for your character on the page. So there’s definitely a lot of stuff this season, for sure, that I’d never had to do before or ever had to try.

We’ve seen a few actors — especially on TV in the past few years — have to take on two roles on one show at the same time. When preparing to play Evil Stiles, was there any show or movie that you looked to for inspiration or ideas?
The funny thing is, no. Never. I never thought about it once before I was doing it and I think throughout the whole filming of the season, I didn’t really think about it…There’s always those Jekyll/Hyde roles in movies and stuff. I guess maybe I should have researched before hand. I don’t know. I’m also scared of copying what people have done. So maybe I try to keep myself as ignorant as I can possibly be. Because I feel like you get the most pure performance in that way.

So preview what’s next for me. I heard it’s going to get worse before it gets better, as is usual on Teen Wolf
Well, what we’ve seen now is the Nogitsune and how much power it has over Stiles. I think over the next few episodes we’re going to see that become more of a factor and more of a, like, permanent thing or a danger of it being a permanent thing. The Nogitsune is feeding off everything through Stiles. And the stronger it gets, the more control he has over him, basically. So it gets darker. And of course there’s the other side of the spectrum — we still see Stiles in every episode. We see his struggle with not understanding; he clearly has no control over it. He goes in and out of being aware of it. And you see the Nogitsune getting stronger. So it just gets really dark and crazy….It becomes insanity, basically.

How soon does everyone else catch on about the truth about what’s going on?
I think at this point it’s been pretty weird [for them]. I think it’s so funny watching how everyone’s so, like, I guess, cool with it. [Laughs] They just don’t even believe that it’s happening. But I really think the next episode is where Stiles’ friends — Scott and everybody — see what is happening to their friend.

Preview what you can for me about the finale. This is obviously going to continue building until something big.
I mean, I think any time a person goes through something like this — I think in real life it’s never [laughs] — I think you learn a lot and grow a lot. I think the season has made Stiles stronger. And this whole Nogitsune possession thing could sort of empower him in a human way. He’s survived a lot. And the finale is basically [him having] to face himself, finally. The whole season for him is a struggle with himself — himself being, obviously, the spirit. It will be one or the other, basically. So the finale is crazy because either he dies or the Nogitsune dies and no one knows how to kill the Nogitsune, So it gets weird.

'Teen Wolf': Tyler Posey talks Stiles, 'Dexter,' and the 'most intense, unforgettable season ever'

Teen Wolf fans, prepare to sink your teeth into Tyler Posey.

The winter premiere of TV’s craziest, wildest, bloodiest high school drama is at hand, and EW chatted with the Teen Wolf himself to find out what’s in store for the second half of the show’s third season. Posey promises an unforgettable installment of the devilishly dark thriller—and if the totally crackers first episode is any indication, then we’re in for one hell of a ride in 2014. (This season will also mark the premiere of Wolf Watch, a post-mortem interview show that will feature guest spots by cast members and celeb superfans.)
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'Teen Wolf' gets fourth season and new after show

MTV has given the green-light to a 12-episode fourth season of Teen Wolf for 2014, it was announced at New York Comic Con. The show resumes its third season on Jan. 6, 2014, a date which will also mark the debut of the after show Wolf Talk. The half-hour talk show will air immediately following Teen Wolf each week and will be hosted by Jill Wagner, who plays Kate Argent. Wolf Talk will also feature guest appearances by Teen Wolf cast members and celebrity super fans.

'Revenge,' 'Law & Order: SVU,' 'Teen Wolf,' 'Castle': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

Scoops up!

Get ‘em while they’re hot. And if you wait too long, they’ll curdle. Better yet, stir and drink! Stir and drink! (That went on much longer than I thought it would…)

Point being: Enjoy this week’s scoops! Got a question? Send it my way, please. spoilerroom@ew.com. And to those who sent in queries — thanks, as always!

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Tyler Posey is shirtless on 'The Exes' -- PHOTO

Not ready for a break from seeing Tyler Posey on the small screen? You’re in luck. Right off Teen Wolf‘s season 3A finale last night on MTV, Posey is primed to guest star on Wednesday’s episode of The Exes on TV Land.

The sitcom, now in its second season, stars Donald Faison (Scrubs), Wayne Knight (Seinfeld), and David Alan Basche (The Starter Wife) as a group of divorced men who room together in an apartment owned by their divorce lawyer, played by Emmy winner Kristen Johnston (3rd Rock From the Sun).

In the new episode, “The Hand That Robs the Cradle,” Posey plays a law student who courts an older woman, Holly (Johnston). But Holly’s assistant and friend, Eden (Kelly Stables), has doubts about whether or not the relationship is legitimate.
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'Teen Wolf' finale post-mortem: Boss on [spoiler]'s departure, new foes, and Stiles's rough road

The first part of Teen Wolf’s third season wrapped up last night with a action-packed episode that saw the rise of a new (old?) antagonist, a departure, and some death. (Read the recap here.)

So what’s next for the gang? EP Jeff Davis talks about some of the highlights we can expect when the show returns to MTV Jan. 6. READ FULL STORY

'Bones,' 'Chicago Fire,' 'Teen Wolf,' 'Revenge': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

Happy Spoiler Room day, friends. Hope this week has been kind to you. Mine’s been pretty darn good (see page 2 for details on a pretty amazing day I had on one of my favorite sets this week) and the weekend promises even more good things to come (Saturday’s my birthday!). No, you don’t have to get me anything, but I will take some of your questions! Send them along to spoilerroom@ew.com. Consider it my gift to you.

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Comic-Con: TV's 'Brave New Warriors' on unsexy moments, fan fiction, and more

The handsome was on display Thursday afternoon at Entertainment Weekly’s Brave New Warriors Comic-Con panel, moderated by Lynette Rice. Squeals from the audience were expected, of course, but even the panelists seemed completely delighted by each others aesthetics. “I just wanted to speak for the fans and say, ‘Tyler, you are so sexy,’” said Grimm’s David Guintoli to Teen Wolf’s Tyler Posey. Twice.

Okay, so it might have been tongue in cheek. Still, these guys know how to work a room, even if they do get paid to brood, as Guintoli said. Take a look at some of the best moments from EW’s panel with Matt Smith (Doctor Who), Tyler Posey (Teen Wolf), Kit Harington (Game of Thrones), David Guintoli (Grimm), and Steven Yeun (The Walking Dead).  READ FULL STORY

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