'Teen Wolf' Season 6 to premiere on MTV in November
- Author: Salvatore Jensen Sep 10, 2016,
Sep 10, 2016, 20:19
"Teen Wolf" season 6 will feature the villainous Ghost Riders, supernatural beings who are able to erase people from existence.
Davis says that while everybody will forget Stiles, his friends, and his Dad will realize something huge is missing in their life.
In the script page that was teased by Davis, it featured a scene where Stiles (O'Brien) will be met my Lydia (Roden) running towards him.
O'Brien will be absent from a large portion of the MTV series' final season due to a conflicting shooting schedule with his movie, Maze Runner: The Death Cure. "Teen Wolf" season 6 is a few months away, but EP Jeff Davis is spilling secrets in an all-new interview.
"Teen Wolf" returns November 15 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on MTV.
Fans were quick to assume that the Ghost Riders targeting Stiles could be a ploy to make it easier for the writers to write O'Brien off of season 6. They will eventually come to a realization that it's a person.
Pulled from episode 1, "Memory Lost", the following script page shows the pair's nail-biting flight from Stiles' inevitable fate. "We're going to see just what Stiles' friendship means to Scott, Lydia and Malia".
Titled "Memory Lost", the episode will follow Scott McCall, Stiles Stilinski, Lydia Martin and the rest of the group as their lives turn dreary with the loss of their closest ally.
The sixth and final season of MTV's "Teen Wolf" promises to be one for the books, more so for "Stydia" shippers.
Stiles and Lydia. The human and the banshee. At San Diego Comic-Con, Holland Roden teased that Lydia would become even more mature this season.
Meanwhile, it looks like Tyler Hoechilin will be returning as Derek Hale for the upcoming season.
According to Posey, something will happen that will prevent the Wild Hunt from leaving Beacon Hills. From werejaguars to the Nogitsune, there isn't a villain out there that Scott and his pack can't fight. Hoechlin left the show to pursue other opportunities.
The 28-year-old actor disclosed that he also was tied up with The CW's "Supergirl" where he played Clark Kent and his alter ego Superman in two episodes.