Don’t mess with the pack! Tyler Posey, Dylan O’Brien and Holland Roden made names for themselves on Teen Wolf, and since the show ended, the cast has kept busy.
The MTV series — a reboot of the 1985 film with Michael J. Fox — followed a group of teenagers made up of werewolves, hunters, humans and more as they navigated high school with supernatural abilities and an endless stream of adversaries. Posey (Scott McCall), O’Brien (Stiles Stilinski), Roden (Lydia Martin), Crystal Reed (Allison Argent), Tyler Hoechlin (Derek Hale), Colton Haynes (Jackson Whittemore), Shelley Hennig (Malia Tate), Arden Cho (Kira Yukimura) and Dylan Sprayberry (Liam Dunbar) starred in the drama, which ran from June 2011 to September 2017.
Teen Wolf featured a rotating cast of young actors during its six seasons, offering opportunities for fans to fall in love with new characters at every turn.
Rumors of a revival have persisted since before the series finale aired. Posey, for one, revealed in December 2019 that he was willing to return to Beacon Hills in the future.
“Oh, f—k yeah! I’ve always been [open to the idea],” the actor exclusively told Us Weekly at the time. “I’ve always said that I would love to come back to Teen Wolf if it ever comes back. In a movie or something. I don’t know.”
Posey believed the characters’ stories were unfinished, as he always dreamed of filming a movie with his costars. “Soon as I got Teen Wolf, when I was like 18, I envisioned it going like four or five seasons and then a movie. We went six seasons and no movie,” he explained. “So maybe [season 6] was replacing the movie. I think a movie would be really cool. I would love to.”
As for whether his former castmates would be up for a revival, he replied with a grin, “I don’t know.”
While fans awaited potential news of a reboot of some sort, the Teen Wolf cast reunited virtually in June 2020 amid the coronavirus pandemic.
“You guys have no idea how many messages I get, ‘Where’s [season] 7 of Teen Wolf?’ I’m like, ‘Oh, my God. I couldn’t imagine writing another episode,’” creator Jeff Davis detailed at the time. “I know that there are entities out there that want it. But whether it’s from me or someone else, who knows? But we’re in a reboot culture so everything gets made again eventually.”
News broke in September 2021 that a Teen Wolf movie was in the works. “A full moon rises in Beacon Hills, and with it a terrifying evil has emerged,” the film’s description read. “The wolves are howling once again, calling for the return of banshees, werecoyotes, hellhounds, kitsunes and every other shapeshifter in the night. But only a werewolf like Scott McCall, no longer a teenager yet still an alpha, can gather both new allies and reunite trusted friends to fight back against what could be the most powerful and deadliest enemy they’ve ever faced.”
The revival film, written and executive produced by Davis, premiered on Paramount+ in January 2023. Posey, Reed, Roden, Hoechlin, Haynes, Hennig and Sprayberry all returned for the project while O’Brien and Cho did not.
In March 2022, O’Brien told Variety that he decided not to participate because he was satisfied with how the series ended.
“I just decided it was left in a really good place for me and I still want to leave it there. I’m going to watch it the first night it comes out. I hope it f–king kicks ass, but I’m not going to be in it,” he said.
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