MTV “Teen Wolf” star Tyler Posey and singer and actress Zendaya will co-host a live MTV Movie Awards pre-show on Sunday, April 13.
Posey and Zendaya will host the half-hour show from the red carpet as presenters and honorees arrive at the Nokia Theat more
"Teen Wolf" Season 4 is going to look a lot different than the premiere of Season 3. With the death of Allison, the departure of Isaac and the general air of grief and horror following the characters into the new episodes, things have to change.But how wi more
"Teen Wolf" fans were shocked when, at the end of the Season 3 finale, Derek Hale got a blast (literally) from his past in the form of Kate Argent. The presumed dead werewolf hunter was back, but she was a little different this time.Crazy Aunt Kate wasn't more
"Teen Wolf" Season 4 is going to be missing a lot of familiar faces when it returns in the summer of 2014. The newest deserter? Daniel Sharman, the actor behind Isaac Leahy, is leaving the show."Isaac is not returning next season. That's going to be a big more
MTV's “Teen Wolf” Season 3 finale earned 2.3 million viewers on Monday and was the No. 1 cable program for teen viewers on cable.
The series also scored a 2.0 rating with its younger-skewing key demographic viewers between the ages of 12-34.
"Teen Wolf" Season 3 may be over, but fans of MTV's supernatural-horror series don't have long to wait before Season 4 premieres this summer.That's right -- the Season 4 premiere date has been set for Monday, June 23. In just three short months, the entir more
"Teen Wolf" doesn't stop its twists with a big death. No, the show's Season 3 finale, "The Divine Move," built on last week's death of Allison Argent by bringing back the supposedly dead Kate Argent. Did you expect Crazy Aunt Kate to return? And how about more
"Teen Wolf" Season 3 is over. The nogitsune is gone. Stiles has been saved from the monster inside him. It only took one more major death (Aiden, plus scores of victims at the hospital and sheriff's station) to end it all with "The Divine Move."Oh, and it more