more crap about Teen Wolf


It won’t come as a surprise to fans of Teen Wolf that season 3 is already ramping up to be the biggest yet. With more episodes and cast members than ever before, the anticipation is just about as high as it can be!

In a press release from MTV, the show is being touted as a strong follow up to the extremely successful second season. We found out last week that the show will premiere on June 3, and it has been confirmed in the press release that it will be on Monday nights at 10 p.m. EST. The general synopsis of the season is as follows:

Season three will pick up four months after the events that nearly ended Jackson’s life and resurrected Peter Hale’s, when teen werewolf Scott McCall and his friends Stiles, Lydia and Allison begin their Junior year of high school unaware that a new threat has arrived in Beacon Hills: a deadly pack of Alpha werewolves intent on bringing Derek into their fold.

In addition, the release goes on to state both returning cast members and the newcomers. While none of this information is necessarily new, it is interesting to note that there is no mention of Ennis, who will join other Alpha Pack members Deucalion, Ethan, Aiden, and Kali. To date, the only information we have about him is that he will be a “force of pure brutality,” along with this head sculpt.

The fact that the release does not mention anything about Ennis, or even who will be playing him, makes us think that, perhaps, he won’t be sticking around for the long haul. Could Ennis be a minor character that’s quickly killed off within the first few episodes of season 3? Considering there’s been plenty of hype about Deucalion, Ethan, Aiden, and Kali, there is definitely credence to this theory.

The rest of the release is dedicated to some interesting — and promising — stats. First, they mention the hunt for the release date and first official photo of the season, saying, “the fan-driven application reached more than 10 million people, the hashtag #TeenWolfSeason3 trended worldwide and fans spent nearly double the amount of average time in the application than Hyperactivate’s previous mosaic initiatives.”

Additionally, “the show was the #1 cable series among P12-34 in its time period,” for the second season, and had a 7% increase in numbers comapred to season one.

Considering more people seem to have hopped on board the Teen Wolf train than ever before, we’re certain season 3 is already shaping up to be a great one.