I’ve uploaded +25,000 screencapure of Teen Wolf season 1 in 1080p. Huge thanks to Ashley for helping with the episodes and for letting us use her edits:
Death From Above 1979 – “Trainwreck 1979″
Everyone drives through the desert to Mexico
Seinabo Sey – “Hard Time”
Peter and Malia talk while driving through the desert
Hozier – “Arsonist’s Lullabye”
Montage of characters in the aftermath of conflict
Panama – “Destroyer”
Kira talks to mom. Scott, Liam and Stiles explain to coach where they have been
I have added episode stills from the season finale “Smoke & Mirrors” to the gallery. Screencaptures will be added tomorrow.
I have added 2000 HD logofree episode screencaptures from “A Promise To The Dead” to the gallery! Enjoy!
I have added episode stills from last night’s episode “A Promise to the Dead” to the gallery! Screencaptures will be added later!
I have added two scans of Teen Wolf featured in the latest issue of TV Guide Magazine to the gallery.
In four seasons, Teen Wolf has morphed from a guilty pleasure into a bloody thrill ride, making teen-scene royalty out of leads Tyler Posey (as titular teen wolf Scott McCall) and Dylan O’Brien (as his trusted friend Stiles). Offscreen, the 22-year-old actors are real-life pals who display an easy rapport despite some philosophical differences on things like sports and tattoos.
EW visited the show’s Los Angeles set recently for scoop on the sexiest, scariest, most bonkers show on MTV. Check out the extended interview below:
EW: This year, you premiered the season while still working on it. Did that throw you off to watch the premiere then come to work?
TYLER POSEY: It caught me completely off guard. We never really had a season start filming as we’re shooting it. It’s hard to be focused on both, but it’s exciting. The next day, I’ll always wake up to a text from Dylan like, ‘The episode was great, you kicked ass.’”
DYLAN O’BRIEN: I watched it at like 3:30 in the morning.
Is that your preferred viewing experience?
O’BRIEN: Sometimes that’s how it has to be. We used to do viewing parties all the time. This is something we’re not used to, how the show just comes out while we’re working. But I was stoked to go home and watch the episode. I had adrenaline.
As you near the end of season four, do you ever think back to how much Teen Wolf has changed since that first year?
POSEY: All the time. So much of this show is Dylan and me and our relationship, and the thing that blows my mind is how young I felt when we first started hanging out.
O’BRIEN: And at such a transitional point in our lives, too. We were 18, and it’s only been four years, but I feel like for us that’s a lot longer of a four years than for anyone else.
POSEY: We’ve gone through some really cool stuff with each other.
Do you remember the screen test?
POSEY: That’s where we first really hit it off.
O’BRIEN: I’ll never forget that.
What was your first impression of each other?
POSEY: You go first.
O’BRIEN: Well, the first thing I remember about Tyler… He walked in and asked immediately where the bathroom was. And I remember just thinking, “Wow, he’s really comfortable. That’s so badass.” And then we started talking immediately, because the test was a disaster. It took seven and a half hours.
POSEY: It took a long time.
O’BRIEN: And at one point, they let us go across the street to have lunch because they were still working things out.
Was it just the two of you all seven hours?
POSEY: We never actually auditioned with each other.
O’BRIEN: We never even went in the room together. I didn’t go in the room with anyone.
POSEY: That’s because they knew. They knew, this guy, right here.
Tyler, what was your first impression of Dylan?
POSEY: At this point, I [had been] acting for, like, 12 years, and I never really liked going to auditions because the kids were lame. When I saw Dylan, he had on a DVS shirt, which is a skateboard company, and I grew up skateboarding. I immediately thought, “Okay, this dude seems cool.” And then, I don’t remember how we started talking…
O’BRIEN: We talked about our bands.
POSEY: Oh, right! We were both in bands.
Great news! The season finale of Teen Wolf on September 8th will be extended and run for 1 hour and 15 minutes!
#TeenWolf fans, cool news: Jeff Davis just told me the Sept. 8 season finale is super-sized! It will run 1 hour and 15 minutes!
— Jarett Wieselman (@JarettSays) August 25, 2014