Teen Wolf season 4, episode 2, “117,” airs tonight. Rewatch the promos, read the synopsis, and find out where you can catch Teen Wolf online.
Teen Wolf season 4, episode 2, titled “117,” airs tonight at 10 p.m. ET on MTV. The official synopsis reads:
Anxious to put an end to Kate’s plan, Scott must team up with an unlikely ally.
After Wolf Watch aired last week, they offered us a look at the upcoming season of Teen Wolf. We got to see quite a few sneak peeks of what’s to come for our favorite characters. Check it out below!
The promo that is strictly for tonight’s episode is quite a bit shorter, but offers us a look at what exactly is happening in “117.” After Derek was de-aged following last week’s episode, it looks like Kate is using that to get him to trust her again. We don’t know exactly what she’s after, but it seems as though Derek is the one that has it.
Want more ‘Teen Wolf’?
If you want more Teen Wolf, you’re in luck! After each episode of the show, be sure to catch the new half hour talk show Wolf Watch. Hosted by Jill Wagner (Kate Argent), it stars cast members, celebrity guests, and super fans who come on to talk about that week’s episode and discuss what could happen in the following episodes.
In addition to Wolf Watch, don’t miss Hypable’s own exclusive podcast, Not Another Teen Wolf Podcast, where we recap each episode and talk about what we think could be happening on the show next.
Watch ‘Teen Wolf’ online
If you can’t catch Teen Wolf as it airs on MTV each week, you can watch the show online for free the next day, on MTV.com. You can also purchase the episodes from iTunes and Amazon’s Instant Video service.
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