Jasmine: So happy that Sterek won the Top Fantasy TV Couple tournament! Any season-three scoop on them to celebrate?
We can tell you that the first half of Teen Wolf‘s upcoming season is a bit light on the Sterek, though they will interact, according to Tyler Hoechlin. “It’s always fun working with Dylan[O'Brien], we have a blast together. It’s been one of my favorite relationships on the show. There’s always going to be that interaction. How much there will be this season? We’ll see!” O’Brien adds that there’s been so little Sterek action so far, “I told Jeff [Davis] I think it would be funny if the next scene he writes between Stiles and Derek, he ends it with us like about to walk away but we look back at each other and say, ‘I miss this!’”
“Teen Wolf” fans are some of the most needy–in a good way, of course–in MTV history. Clues about characters and story lines are as crucial to you as H2O, and with Season 3 still months away from its premiere, you’ve been feeling thirstier than ever. Luckily, executive producer Jeff Davis realizes that sharing is caring, so every week leading up to the kickoff he’ll be releasing one teaser about the upcoming episodes. Check out the latest below!
A spooky shot straight from Episode 309′s set.
As the “Teen Wolf” premiere date creeps closer and closer, Executive Producer Jeff Davis is dishing out more and more juicy details about Season 3. And this time, he’s sharing the shot above of some eerie-looking props from Episode 309 (we’re DYING to know what’s inside of those jars!), in addition to revealing the episode’s inspired title.
“Episode 309 is titled ‘The Girl Who Knew Too Much,’ which is a play on Hitchcock’s ‘The Man Who Knew Too Much,’” Jeff tells us. Pretty crafty, eh?
With an episode title that recalls a classic movie by the “Master of Suspense,” we can only imagine what kind of nail-biting surprises are in store. Think Jeff will pull a Hitchcock and pop up somewhere on screen? One can hope…
+ Got a theory on what’s in those jars? Share it in the comments!
Alicia Coppola and Ana Walczak.
It’s old news by now that Season 3 of “Teen Wolf” will dive deep into Derek Hale’s past (ya know, before that halo of sadness and despair distorted his pretty little head), and, like you, we can’t wait to find out how the Alpha came to be his brooding, angsty self. You just know some chick was involved.
Once word got out that Ian Nelson of “Hunger Games” would be playing young Derek, the Interwebz was abuzz with rumors about who else would round out the Hale family, and now you can take off your gossip cop hats, because the answers are in: Alicia Coppola, who began her career in 1989 as a host of MTV’s “REMOTE CONTROL” game show (holy crap, we’re related! Could you just die???) and newcomer Ana Walczak have been cast as Derek’s mom, Talia, and sister, Laura, respectively. We can’t quite make out the resemblance just yet, but we’re sure it’s nothing a little facial hair and pointy prosthetic ears can’t fix.
Actions speak louder than words, and this curious photo of Tyler Posey — clad in full-length, velour bathrobe — petting a donkey is SCREAMING like Greek sirens being attacked by pirates. What it’s trying to tell us? Sorry, we have absolutely no insight. Alls we’re told from our production spy is that the pic was taken on a “Teen Wolf” set in the middle of the California desert, and that Tyler’s new sidekick is a big ol’ jackass. Hear that, Dylan O’Brien? Your Beacon Hills buddy is cheating on you! (What did you think would happen after taking the “New Girl” to prom?)
+ Why do you guys think there are donkeys on set? Share your theories in the comments!
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