With the reappearance of Teen Wolf for season 4, we also have the return of Wolf Watch, an after show that discusses each episode of the series after it airs.
Host Jill Wagner (Kate Argent) is joined this week by Tyler Posey (Scott), Dylan O’Brien (Stiles), Holland Roden (Lydia), and Executive Producer Jeff Davis. Wolf Watch will break down the episode that just aired and feature guest appearances from members of the cast and crew, as well as fans, musical guests, and more.
This week, the Teen Wolf gang was also joined by Rita Volk and Katie Stevens, the stars of MTV’s new show Faking It. You can watch the entire episode of Wolf Watch below:
Starting things off on a morbid note, the group first discusses how long it’s been since the conclusion of season 3, and how everyone is still feeling about Allison’s death. Spoiler alert: It’s been two months, and they’re still grieving.
Luckily, Wagner quickly moves on to better topics, mainly Stiles’ love life. O’Brien talks about how Stiles is trying to move on from Lydia and that he thinks Malia and Stiles have a lot in common. “I love Malia for Stiles,” he says.
Okay, but let’s get into the nitty-gritty, shall we? Did you catch that ending to the season 4 premiere? What’s going on!? “That’s explained, actually, in the second episode,” Davis says. But, ultimately, it comes down to Kate’s wily ways. Damn you, Kate.
When Wagner begs Davis to drop some spoilers on us, he happily complies. “There’s a lot of new action,” he says. “And we have Berzerkers, which are very cool. And some big, exciting monsters. Especially since they’re controlled by you,” he finishes, talking about Wagner’s character Kate Argent.
Be sure to read our recap of the Teen Wolf season 4 premiere, “The Dark Moon,” which also features a look at what we can expect from the new season.
Teen Wolf season 4, episode 2, “117,” airs next Monday, June 30, at 10 p.m. ET on MTV.
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