Teen Wolf’s after show “Wolf Watch” features Arden Cho and Keahu Kahuanui as they’re joined by two other guests while discussing season 3, episode 16, “Illuminated.”
Jill Wagner (Kate Argent) has a full house on the latest “Wolf Watch.” She’s playing host to none other than Arden Cho (Kira) and Keahu Kahuanui (Danny), while also welcoming Lucas Gabreel (Switched at Birth) and DJ Cole Plante to the set. They discuss Teen Wolf season 3, episode 16, “Illuminated,” talk about their musical interests, answer trivia questions, and much, much more. Watch the after show below!
During the first part of the episode, Wagner asks for the guests’ take on what happened on the latest episode of Teen Wolf. Do they like that Stiles is going down a darker path? What could the branding behind the ears of some of the characters mean? And, most importantly, how would they feel if someone they were dating turned into a werewolf?
They also talked a bit about Aiden, who Lydia called out as being a bad guy in this last episode. Everyone on “Wolf Watch” agreed that Aiden is a player, but then Cho chimed in and said that they do still like him and want him to be a good guy. Wagner felt quite conflicted after that, and we can’t help but agree.
Cho also talked about the fan responses to her character and how grateful she is for such a loyal and incredible fanbase. Kahuanui chimed in at that point and also expressed his thoughts about how amazing Teen Wolf fans are and that nothing goes unnoticed. Keep it up, Wolf Pack!
Teen Wolf season 3, episode 17, airs on Monday, February 3 at 10 p.m. ET on MTV.
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