'Teen Wolf' turns up the humor and the heart in Season 2: Not your typical summer filler


When MTV's "Teen Wolf" reboot first debuted last summer, we'll admit to a considerable degree of skepticism. Even those of us who weren't yet born when the original Michael J. Fox film was released harbor a certain reverence for the '80s cult classic, and we jumped on the bandwagon of concern that MTV would "ruin" it. Not to mention, the market was already saturated with "Twilight"-driven teenage monsters.Last night's Season 2 debut proved that there's always room for more monsters, so long as they're accompanied by a sense of humor, high emotional stakes, and, yes -- some eye candy. (What? We're not robots.)Even the more salacious aspects of the show have a certain depth. "Teen Wolf" features young, hot male werewolves who grow their pack by biting other young, hot guys, near their hip. When we suggested that the location was chosen for maximum shirtlessness potential, executive producer Jeff Davis helpfully corrected us."That's where Scott...



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