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'Teen Wolf' Season 4 spoilers: Mexico, 'The Empire Strikes Back' and girl power

"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 will they change specifically? Keep reading for some Season 4 spoilers from "Teen Wolf" creator Jeff Davis.Wolves, south of the borderLook for some of the "Teen Wolf" action to take place outside of Beacon Hills in Season 4. Starting with the premiere episode, there will be some traveling. Why? That part remains a mystery, but Davis does offer some hints to Zap2it: "The first episode of season 4 takes place in Mexico."Have the boys taken a road trip? Is this a flashback of some sort? Are those possibly-Mexican hunters seen in Season 3 coming back?Remember how bad 'Empire Strikes Back' was for the heroes?It might be good to... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2014/04/teen-wolf-season-4-spoilers-mexico-the-empire-strikes-back-and-girl-power.html

'Teen Wolf' Season 4: Kate Argent is a were-jaguar

"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 exactly human this time -- she was a strange beast with bluish skin, fangs and glowing eyes. According to actress Jill Wagner, this is because Kate is now a were-jaguar.Wagner made this clear on Tuesday (March 25) when she tweeted about her altered role in the MTV series: Enter the were jaguar@MTVteenwolf-- Jill Wagner (@JillWagner) March 25, 2014 How did this happen? How did the hunter become the hunted? Based on hints given by "Teen Wolf" and the show's own rules, it seems that Kate was changed all the way back in Season 1 when Peter Hale (Ian Bohen) slashed her throat with his claws. It's not... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2014/03/teen-wolf-season-4-kate-argent-is-a-were-jaguar.html

'Teen Wolf' Season 4: Daniel Sharman leaving -- will Isaac die?

"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 surprise for a lot of people," executive producer Jeff Davis tells E! Online. Unlike the recently deceased Allison Argent, however, Isaac will not die as his exit.Instead, Isaac will accompany Chris Argent (JR Bourne) to France at the beginning of the season. Argent will return, and Isaac will not. But don't worry -- he isn't dead."He specifically asked that we not kill off Isaac, so that he could have the chance to return," Davis explains. "He said he loved the role so much that he wanted to be able to come back if there was a chance."Does that mean that "Teen Wolf" fans will see their beloved... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2014/03/teen-wolf-season-4-daniel-sharman-leaving----will-isaac-die.html

‘Teen Wolf’ Finale Scores 2.3 Million Viewers

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. The finale's viewership was just slightly lower than its premiere episode in January, which scored a record 2.43 million total viewers and a 2.3 rating with the key demo.   Read More... //www.thewrap.com/teen-wolf-season-3-finale-ratings

'Teen Wolf' Season 4 premiere date and spoilers

"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 entire "Teen Wolf" gang (those that survived, anyway) will be back on TV!Until then, we will have to content ourselves with spoilers and hints about the upcoming, 12-episode season. Here are a few things to know about those future episodes:Opening creditsThe opening credits will change. "Teen Wolf" has altered its opening slightly several times before, generally to reflect changes in the story or characters. For Season 4, Crystal Reed will be missing, and there's a good chance that uncredited regulars like Daniel Sharman (Isaac), Arden Cho (Kira) or Chris Argent (JR Bourne) could fill the gap. Who knows? Maybe "Teen Wolf" will go crazy and add Melissa Ponzo (Melissa McCall),... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2014/03/teen-wolf-season-4-premiere-date-and-spoilers.html

'Teen Wolf' Season 3 finale: Did [SPOILER]'s return surprise you?

"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 those other deaths?Impressively, there were only a few subtle hints that Kate might return throughout the second half of "Teen Wolf" Season 3. She appeared briefly in Allison's hallucinations all the way back in the first episodes of the winter. And then Argent had his strange reaction to the wolfsbane-loaded shotgun shells in "Insatiable."That was perhaps the biggest clue of all. Back in Season 1, Kate announced her arrival to Beacon Hills by shooting Derek with a shell just like that. Now here's one more question: Even if you guessed that Kate was back, did you expect the funky werewolf thing? Did you expect Crazy Aunt Kate's return... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2014/03/teen-wolf-season-3-finale-did-you-expect-kate-argents-return-in-the-divine-move.html

'Teen Wolf' Season 3 finale: Stiles wins the game with a 'Divine Move'

"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 looks like crazy Kate Argent is back too. She's a werewolf now, because if there's one thing Beacon Hills desperately needs, it's another criminally insane werewolf running loose.Various odd expressions of griefThe death of Allison and the impending defeat expected at the hands of the nogitsune have everyone feeling down in this episode. That's fair. Surprisingly, there are several different ways of dealing with the situation.Kira's family goes back to talking about Go, which seems to be their fallback in literally every situation ever. They also have chamomile tea. The tea doesn't soothe Stiles very much, who knows he's about to die sooner rather than later.Scott and... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2014/03/teen-wolf-season-3-finale-stiles-wins-the-game-with-a-divine-move.html

'Teen Wolf': 20 Reasons We Already Miss Allison Argent [GIFs]

Teen Wolf 's third season has been downright heart-breaking. While everyone on the show has been losing their minds, the moment that made audiences flip their lid was the death of beloved character Allison Argent.   Read More... //www.buddytv.com/articles/teen-wolf/teen-wolf-20-reasons-we-alread-53027.aspx

'Teen Wolf' Season 3 finale: Death, twists and what's next in 'The Divine Move'

"Teen Wolf" Season 3 has its finale episode, "The Divine Move" on Monday (March 24), and all bets are off as to what that means for the show. After all, they've already killed off Allison Argent. What could "Teen Wolf" possibly do to follow-up on that?Check out some minor spoilers and then make your prediction in Zap2it's poll.While nothing concrete can be given away, here are some things you need to know about the finale:"Teen Wolf" is not yet done with death. Obviously, the show isn't even going to try to top Allison's shocking fatal blow, but you can expect more people to face dying in "The Divine Move."There is a huge, series-altering twist coming in the Season 3 finale. This one is not a death.The story of the nogitsune gets some sort of conclusion before Season 4. What sort of conclusion is the question.Whether it gets a setup in the Season 3 finale... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2014/03/teen-wolf-season-3-finale-death-twists-and-whats-next-in-the-divine-move.html

'Teen Wolf' Season 3 finale video: Stiles battles Derek and the twins in 'The Divine Move'

Get More: Teen Wolf, Full Episodes "Teen Wolf" Season 3 is wrapping up a string of death-filled series of episodes, but more is still to come in the finale, "The Divine Move." A clip from the episode -- featuring Derek, Aiden and Ethan preparing to fight Evil Stiles and a couple of the Oni -- shows just how close death remains.While fans probably will not see another death as big as that of Allison Argent, there is still plenty of room for devastation. After all, a promo for "The Divine Move" shows both Mrs. McCall and Stiles falling to the ground. Is death coming for them?However much death there will be, "Teen Wolf" fans will find out how this long and brutal season ends when "The Divine Move" airs Monday, March 24 at 10 p.m. on MTV.... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2014/03/teen-wolf-season-3-finale-video-stiles-battles-derek-and-the-twins-in-the-divine-move.html