SDCC 2017: Teen Wolf Press Room

SAN DIEGO, CA – JULY 20: (L-R) Actors Dylan O’Brien, Shelly Hennig, Melissa Ponzio, Charlie Carver, Cody Christian, Tyler Posey, Linden Ashby and Khylin Rhambo at the #IMDboat At San Diego Comic-Con 2017 at The IMDb Yacht on July 20, 2017 in San Diego, California. Photo by Rich Polk/Getty Images for IMDb) (Photo by Rich Polk/Getty Images for IMDb)

 

As Teen Wolf is set to begin it’s final (half) season, the stars and creator of the series look back over the last 5 and a half seasons and talk about some favorite moments and important developments coming before the show ends. In the Teen Wolf press room at San Diego Comic Con, we chat with cast members Tyler Posey, Dylan Sprayberry, Khylin Rhambo, Colton Haynes and show creator, Jeff Davis.

 

The Teen Wolf himself, Tyler Posey, talks about growing with the series and how his work on the show has helped him tap into his creative interests in producing and directing.

 

Executive producer, Jeff Davis, talks looking ahead, working with his Teen Wolf actors again and the overall arc for the Beacon Hills wolf pack final bow.

 

Davis looks back at the past years of the show and the possibility of revisiting the characters and their stories in the future.  Who was his favorite Big Bad?

 

Davis discusses character development and casting.

 

Colton Haynes talks about his return to the pack, awkward moments between Lydia, Stiles and Jackson and his favorite “shipping” pairs.  He also talks about his latest project, American Horror Story.

 

Dylan Sprayberry talks about starting on the show at a young age, working with friends and what he wants for his character, Liam, before the show ends.

 

Khylin Rhambo talks about the episodes that Tyler Posey and Linden Ashby directed.

 

Khylin Rhambo talks about playing a character that viewers can relate to.

 

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