'Teen Wolf' Cast Dishes on What They Will Miss About Their Characters


'Teen Wolf' Cast Dishes on What They Will Miss About Their Characters


Regarding the less-conclusive finale, creator/showrunner Jeff Davis revealed that it was the plan all along, adding, 'We wanted it to be an 'and the adventure continues…' '
"Teen Wolf" has officially ended its run. While fans are still trying to cope with the ending of the long-running MTV series, the cast members are also having a hard time to say goodbye to their characters as well as everything in Beacon Hills.

Tyler Posey expressed his love to his character, Scott. He said to Entertainment Weekly, "He's such a goober; he's such a sweet kid. I think he's the greatest. He's inspired me a lot and motivated me to be a better person and be calmer and more zen about things and take a different approach. I just learned a lot from him. I'm going to miss him a lot. He's a bada**. He's a cool dude."

Meanwhile, Dylan O'Brien shared that he loved every single thing about Stiles. "You spend so much time with a character, you do get an attachment, and for me too that was tenfold because it was my first role ever," he added.

"Life has changed so much since I joined the show," Colton Haynes, who portrayed Jackson, said, before adding that " 'Teen Wolf' was: Friends are the family you can choose." He continued, "I said that in a really sappy text message to Dylan and Hoechlin [Tyler Hoechlin] and Posey. The friends are the family that you can choose."

Charlie Carver (Ethan) dished, "What was so fun about Teen Wolf was like the first couple of episodes with my brother [Max Carver, who played Aiden], getting to be the bad guys, there was that scene where we beat the crap out of each other on the lockers in the school hallway." He went on saying, "Going from that to where we ended up, where he got stabbed by the Oni and the whole sort of last stretch of 3B, was just a blast. I felt like as an actor I just got to try a bunch of different things and work in a bunch of different genres or worlds."

Holland Roden admitted that she would miss the sass of Lydia the most. "I'll miss being a genius and knowing the answer to everything. I'll miss magically being in perfect hair and makeup while ready to attack a creature at 3 in the morning. I'll miss the life behind the scenes of 'Teen Wolf', that's what I'll miss the most," she said.

[SPOILER ALERT!] The series finale saw the return of Stiles and Derek. The fan-favorite characters helped Scott take down Gerard and Monroe's army. But that didn't mean they successfully ended the war, as the final hour saw Scott and the pack heading out to recruit more soldiers and continue on to the next battle.

Of new werewolf in the finale, creator showrunner Jeff Davis said, "That was an idea I had a while ago, back around the fourth season actually. I'd always thought it would be interesting to see Scott out in the world somewhere meeting this new young kid who's frightened and alone and basically speaking the words to him that I want the show to say to every audience member, which is if you feel like an outsider, if you feel alone, you don't have to be."

He continued, "You'll find your pack and you can be one of us. So the character of Alec, he represents our audience and the message of the show."

When asked about Gerard's fate and whether he died, Davis gave a vague answer. "You can never tell with Gerard. He always seems to pop back up, doesn't he?" he responded.

Davis added, "We didn't want a finale that said 'the end.' We wanted it to be an 'and the adventure continues…' I like imagining that they're going off to continue the fight. I didn't want to see an end where they all have children and they're happy and at home. That felt anticlimactic to me."

In fact, the series finale won't be the end of the characters of the series. Previously, Davis revealed a plan to develop a new take on the franchise, making it into a potential anthology in podcast form.

"These characters and these stories have hit a peak," MTV president Chris McCarthy said. "We are talking with Jeff about how do we actually keep that franchise alive. And the beauty of the evolution of media is you can see the series going on through a series of podcasts and then see a resurrection of a new class in a couple years."


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