SDCC 2015: Teen Wolf Breaks Good News at Panel!

MTV announced to a packed room of screaming fans during Teen Wolf’s San Diego Comic-Con panel that the hit drama series will return for an extraordinary sixth season.  The new season order is for 20 episodes which means the show will hit 100 episodes.  During the panel moderated by Kevin Smith, fans got a first-look at the shocking mid-season trailer.  It looks like our favorite pack is going to be dealing with a lot of trust issues over the rest of the season.  Check out the trailer here.

 

 

Today’s Comic-Con panel marked the sixth consecutive year that the “Teen Wolf” pack takes over San Diego. Cast members Tyler Posey, Dylan O’Brien, Holland Roden, Shelley Hennig, Dylan Sprayberry and Cody Christian, along with Executive Producer Jeff Davis, participated in the panel and Q & A session moderated by renowned director, writer and actor Kevin Smith.

MTV is also making a splash on the convention center floor this year with the network’s first-ever branded booth featuring top series Teen Wolf, Scream and The Shannara Chronicles. Fans can participate in an interactive photo booth and will be treated to their favorite stars from all three series when they stop by for signings throughout the weekend. Swag will be handed out all weekend including Teen Wolf “Alpha eyes” contacts, Scream t-shirts and a special San Diego Comic-Con exclusive edition of “The Elfstones of Shannara” book (on which the series is based) plus posters for all three series, and more.

In the next all-new episode of Teen Wolf airing Monday, July 13 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT, Stiles (Dylan O’Brien) tries to track down a fugitive. And Liam (Dylan Sprayberry) tries to play wingman to Mason (Kylin Rambo) at a nightclub.

Check back for more Whedonopolis coverage of the Teen Wolf and The Shannara Chronicles press rooms at San Diego Comic Con 2015 this weekend.

Teen Wolf airs on MTV every Monday (#Moonday)  at 10:00 pm ET/PT.

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