"Teen Wolf" Season 6 served a very emotional midseason finale that left fans in tears, and certainly a brought up a lot of questions about what's to come in the remaining episodes of the MTV supernatural-themed series.
Executive producer Jeff Davis told TVLine that they've already prepared a schematic as to what's going to happen next. While the midseason finale may have felt abrupt for some, Davis explained that it's a "planned thing."
"I didn't want to have a tag at the end leading into [Season 6B]," Davis said. "You get a little tired of cliffhangers. They start to seem a bit perfunctory, like too much salesmanship."
We've broken down every potential "Teen Wolf" Season 6 spoiler so far to give fans an idea as to what would happen as the show inches closer to its final bow.
Victoria Moroles' role will be shorter
Moroles, who plays Hayden Romero on "Teen Wolf" Season 6, will have a more limited role in the coming episode. According to Movie Pilot, the actress was filming a movie outside of the country while production for "Teen Wolf" Season 6 episodes 11-14 ensued. The show is currently filming the final three episodes, with only two weeks of production left. Based on her other commitments, it is unlikely Moroles would have more time to film more scenes for "Teen Wolf."
Will Theo be back?
Bad-guy-turned-good Theo played an important role in the first 10 episodes of "Teen Wolf" Season 6, being the person who actually remembers Stiles while the latter was captured by the Ghost Riders.
There are a lot of questions about whether Theo will be back in "Teen Wolf" Season 6B or not. However, many are leaning towards his return. It is likely that Theo's redemption arc will finally develop, and it is hoped that he will finally take Scott's side and join his pack.
Is Stiles not coming back?
The midseason finale closed the high school chapter at Beacon Hills, and in many ways the episode was sort of a tribute to Stiles.
"This season was really about honoring the character of Stiles. We knew we wouldn't have Dylan O'Brien full-time, and then we had him even less once his accident happened," Davis told TVLine. "So there was a bit of behind-the-scenes trickery there. I love when a season feels like it's told a full story, a complete story. Every season finale has felt like a series finale to me."
Davis didn't reveal the extent of O'Brien's participation in the remaining episodes, but he did tease that they will focus on friendship and romance, particularly the concept of saying "I love you" to someone after keeping it all inside for years.© 2017 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.