Teen Wolf Season 6: Series creator confirms Dylan O’Brien returns, Zombies and new creatures also coming?

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Teen Wolf Season 6: Series creator confirms Dylan O’Brien returns, Zombies and new creatures also coming?

Like the popular crime thriller TV series The Blacklist, Teen Wolf is also on hiatus and fans are now wondering about the plot for the upcoming new season.

Reports suggest that Teen Wolf Season 6 will not be featuring any vampires and zombies as suggested by the earlier reports and rumors. In the season 5 finale, fans saw a Nazi werewolf and reports said, that this kind of pattern will be continued further the next season.

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Dread Doctors were also shown in the season 5 and these further triggered reports that the upcoming season 6 will feature new creatures, zombies are coming.

But according to a recent report by Parent Herald, there will be no zombies or vampires. The series creator Jeff Davis has made some explanation about the new season, saying that Season 6 will not have either of these new creepy creatures. And that Teen Wolf is a TV series which revolves around various mythological highlights, especially the ones related to shape-shifters.

There were also rumors some reports about Dylan O’Brien not returning to the show. But a recent report from IBT suggested that O’Brien will remain as Stiles and that Stiles character will not be replaced. IBT also confirmed the report about O’Brien return to the series.

Season 6 of the Teen Wolf will begin sometime in November. Dylan O’Brien who plays Stiles was injured on the set of his upcoming movie, Maze Runner: The Death Cure, but Davis already declared that he will return to Teen Wolf.

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Developed by Jeff Davis for the MTV, Teen Wolf is an American television series that focuses on a teenager named Scott McCall, who is bitten by a werewolf and must cope with how it affects his life and the lives of those closest to him.

Teen Wolf premiere attracted a total of 2.17 million viewers and has been the number one show in its timeslot with women 12–34.

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  • Brian Mann

    I know Teen Wolf just wouldn’t be Teen Wolf without Dylan O’Brien/Stiles. I am glad to hear that Jeff Davis is not cutting the character, nor replacing O’Brien. Wishing Dylan a speedy recovery, and hopefully a return to the show.