Dichen Lachman from “Dollhouse” and “Agents of SHIELD” is one of the best things about “Too Late”, a murder mystery that tries to be a Tarantino movie. Spoilers Follow
The Beast of Gévaudan was released at the lacrosse game last week, and this week is about Scott and his pack protecting the spectators. Meanwhile Argent tell Lydia the history of the beast and the hunter who killed it back in the 18th century. That hunter brings back veteran Teen Wolf actress Crystal Reed, who plays the maid of Gévaudan.
Even though Scott’s pack is back together, maybe even stronger than before, the Beast of Gévaudan continues its attacks, while Parrish tries to tap into his Hellhound persona. Team Scott continue to try to protect Beacon Hills and find out who the beast is.
For the first time ever in television history, MTV is taking fandom to the next level, celebrating “Teen Wolf” fans with a week-long exhibit featuring the work of select commissioned artists.
We’ve got the promo for the next episode of Teen Wolf, “The Fox and The Wolf.”
Stiles checks himself into a mental hospital called Eichen House to keep everyone safe from the nogitsune controlling him. Meanwhile Scott and the pack search for an ancient Japanese scroll that could explain how to destroy the nogitsune and save Stiles.
Scott’s friends vow to protect him from the mysterious shadow warriors while Argent, Isaac and Allison track down a past adversary of Argent’s who may have some insight into the masked specters. Meanwhile Stile turns to Nurse Melissa McCall to help him figure out what is going on with him.
The town-wide power outage plus enforced curfew throw a wrench in Danny’s plans for a black light Halloween party. Ethan and Aiden come up with a solution – but Derek is not going to like it. Meanwhile, the shadow warriors are confronting the members of the pack one by one, leaving trauma in their wake.
It’s Valentine’s Day and if you’re in the mood for love and romance, the Teen Wolf gang has something for you…
It’s Halloween – Devil’s Night to be exact – and the Boogeyman has come to town. Turn up the creep factor gang, ‘cause Whedon alum, Doug Jones, is in the Teen Wolf house!!