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'Teen Wolf' Exclusive Interview: Keahu Kahuanui Talks Danny's Special Skills and What's Next for Dethan

There are few supporting characters on MTV's hit supernatural drama Teen Wolf as beloved as Danny. The character has grown from a background player in the first season to a more established part of the gang in season 3, with all the romance and danger that entails.

'Teen Wolf': Scary selfies, smoke ninjas and Stiles in 'Illuminated'

"Teen Wolf," you have officially blown my mind with "Illuminated." In what may have been the greatest single episode of this excellent show, we got supernatural selfies, a black-light party, near-infinite amounts of shirtlessness, evil Smoke Ninjas ... and Stiles.Has Stiles turned evil? Why do the smoke ninjas leave the number 5 on their victims? Who has killed/nearly-killed Papa Argent? "Teen Wolf" takes on the selfieSince it's kind of hard to cover up the fact that a serial killer nearly murdered a girl and then blew out all of Beacon Hills' electricity, Agent McCall and Sheriff Stilinski have a few questions for our favorite supernaturally inclined teens. Unfortunately for them, Stiles is around to kill all questions dead. No one learns anything.The only real downside here is that McCall insists on keeping Kira's phone as evidence (because Barrow took pictures of her and all). That would be a mere...

'Teen Wolf': The new, shirtless 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer'

Many dismiss "Teen Wolf" as adolescent fluff. After all, it's a teen-oriented show based on a cheesy '80s movie. "Teen Wolf" also airs on MTV and regularly features impossibly attractive people taking off much of their clothing.But there's more than this silliness. "Teen Wolf" has, in its three seasons, brought horror, comedy and teen angst to television in a way unheard of since "Buffy the Vampire Slayer." In fact, "Teen Wolf" and "Buffy" have a lot in common.Could comparing the two shows give potential "Teen Wolf" viewers a little more motivation to check out one of the best shows on television? Keep reading and find out.The horrors of high schoolThe most obvious comparison between "Buffy" and "Teen Wolf" is in the settings. Both shows take place in California towns where deadly supernatural occurrences happen all too frequently. More importantly, the heroes of each are high school students. Like Buffy, Willow, Xander and the rest,...

Teen Wolf Spoilers: Tyler Hoechlin on Derek Finding His “Purpose” and His “Terrifying” Journey — Exclusive

Derek Haleis looking for answers, but will he like what he finds? Our guess: probably not. The last time we saw Derek on Teen Wolf Season 3, Episode 15, he was having a telepathic exchange with his long-gone wolf mom, and it didn’t look like she had good news to share. In fact, we’re thinking she probably shed light on uncle Peter’s big, bad plan. Wetpaint Entertainment exclusively chatted with Tyler Hoechlinabout Derek’s fingernail-laced conversation, and while we may have to wait a bit for...

Teen Wolf Season 3 Episode 16 “Illuminated”

Check out a preview of  Teen Wolf  Season 3 Episode 16 “Illuminated” which airs Monday, January 27 at 10/9C on MTV. Episode Synopsis : Teen Wolf Season 3 Episode 16 “Illuminated”- Beacon Hills is under curfew from the power outage; the teens throw a blacklight Halloween party; Scott tries to earn Kira’s trust. Read More...

'Teen Wolf': Sparks fly and flies spark horror in 'Galvanize'

It's Mischief Night on "Teen Wolf," and the pranks, strangeness and evil are everywhere in "Galvanize." From a serial killer with bugs in his belly to the Coach's bad birthday, this is horror at its finest.Because Beacon Hills doesn't have enough problems ...Guess what? In addition to werewolves and vengeful druids and who-knows-what-else-made-out-of-fireflies, it turns out that Beacon Hills is home to a serial killer! A man named William Barrow killed a bunch of kids by detonating shrapnel on a bus at some point in the past. His explanation: They had glowing eyes. Which actually makes sense in this town. It is, however, still bad to commit mass murder.It's also really bad to have a tumor filled with scary flies that escape during surgery. That's exactly what happens with Barrow, who then heads straight for the high school in order to take out more glowing-eyed kids or something like that. Also, he completes his...

'Teen Wolf' video: Dylan O'Brien, Tyler Posey and Crystal Reed interview

The second part of "Teen Wolf" Season 3 is dark. But the show's stars, Tyler Posey, Dylan O'Brien and Crystal Reed, are cheerful and silly people when you talk to them. Get the scoop on upcoming episodes in this interview with the young stars.It makes sense that these would be the actors to talk to about the show at this point. After all, thanks to their summer finale brush with mystical death, Scott, Stiles and Allison all have to deal with darkness and life-threatening forces. You may think that the kids have overcome those issues at this point, but maybe not.The actors seem to indicate that the crazy/death problems are not over yet.Other things coming to "Teen Wolf," according to Posey, O'Brien and Reed, include some understated romance, at least one new creature, and the darkness remaining for at least one character.There's a chance -- as always -- that someone doesn't make it alive...

'Teen Wolf' Interview: Tyler Posey, Dylan O'Brien and Crystal Reed Talk About Love and Family

Teen Wolf  has gone dark and dangerous in the second half of season 3. After nearly dying in an ice bath to save their parents, Scott, Stiles, and Allison are left with personal afflictions which wreak havoc on their lives.

Teen Wolf Season 3 Episode 15 “Galvanize”

Check out a preview of  Teen Wolf  Season 3 Episode 15 “Galvanize” which airs Monday, January 20 at 10/9C on MTV. Episode Synopsis : Teen Wolf Season 3 Episode 15 “Galvanize”- When a convicted murder escapes prior to a surgery, Scott and his friends try to help his target. Read More...

Teen Wolf Spin-Off Rumors: Arden Cho aka Kira Talks Possibility of New Kitsune-Centric Series

If you're a fan of Teen Wolf newbie Kira, get ready to possibly see a whole lot more of her! Arden Cho sounds off on the possibility of an upcoming spin-off series that would follow Kira and the kitsune legend. Is Teen Wolf's hottest new character getting her own spin-off series? Executive Producer Jeff Davis says it's a possible! Teen Wolf's head honcho spilled to E! Online that he has big hopes for a female-centric, Buffy-style spin-off that would follow Kira and the Kitsune legend. Series newcomer Arden Cho confirmed the news, saying that "[a spin-off] would be amazing, but for now I hope people like Kira on Teen Wolf." Plus, "I don't think Kira [is ready] to leave all those sexy werewolves." What do you think, Teen Wolf fans -- would you be interested in watching Kira kick butt in her own MTV series at some point, or should she stay in Beacon Hills? Sound off in the comments and stick with us for more TV scoop from Celebified.