‘Teen Wolf’ is coming to an end, so grab your tissues now. Holland Roden, Shelley Hennig, and more cast members are filming their final scenes and are posting the sweetest messages and photos about the show they’ve called home for 6 seasons.
The ‘Teen Wolf’ season 6 premiere is one day away, and HollywoodLife.com got the EXCLUSIVE scoop straight from Shelley Hennig about what’s coming up for Malia. With Stiles being completely erased from her life, Shelley admits Malia is going to spiral. Plus, is there hope for a Scalia romance?
Season 4 of ‘Teen Wolf’ premieres June 23, and a LOT happened in Season 3B. See below for five things to know before we dive in!
Season 4 of Teen Wolf is finally upon us, and after the action and sorrow-packed season that was 3B, we thought you might need a refresher course. For those of you who need to be caught up, or for those who simply can’t wait and need all the Teen Wolf they can get, check out the top five things to know before the premiere, from cold hard facts to our best guesses. Careful — SPOILERS are below!
‘Teen Wolf’ Season 4 premieres on June 23, and with it comes an expanded role for Shelley Hennig, who plays Malia Tate, a werecoyote. HollywoodLife.com spoke to Shelley in an EXCLUSIVE interview which answered everything you could want to know about Malia — including, yes, her relationship with Stiles.
Season 4 of Teen Wolf is very nearly upon us, and we know that many diehards are split between feeling trepidatious, excited, or even resistant to the Season 4 spoilers which have emerged surrounding Malia Tate’s more prominent role for the season. We wanted to get to know Malia a little better, and so HollywoodLife.com spoke with Shelley Hennig in an exclusive interview where she revealed Malia’s motivations, her guilt over her family, and yes, her relationship with Stiles (Dylan O’Brien)!
Season 4 of ‘Teen Wolf’ premieres on June 23, and with it, will there be a love triangle centered around Dylan O’Brien’s Stiles Stilinski? Can fans expect Stydia, Stalia, or even some Sterek? Read on for spoilers from the premiere!
Teen Wolf Season 4 premieres on June 23, and we literally could not be more excited. Werewolves, werecoyotes, werejaguars and weremiscellany aside, could there be a potential love triangle happening between Lydia (Holland Roden), Stiles (Dylan O’Brien), and Malia (Shelley Hennig)? Read on to hear what we thought about the premiere and tell us what ships you’ll be sailing for Season 4!
Plus, Malia’s real-life form is revealed — and it’s very familiar!
The Jan. 13 episode of Teen Wolf was all about the infamous “she-wolf” of Beacon Hills, revealing two important things: One, female werewolves are blessed with impeccable eyebrows, and two, I’ll never get that Shakira song out of my head. Ever.
The search for the remaining crystals intensifies, as the Circle zeroes in on the traitor in their midst. You’ll never believe who it is! Seriously, I’m still scratching my head.
Following Jane’s death, Cassie (Britt Robertson) was trying to keep from falling apart on the April 26 episode of The Secret Circle. But in a moment of weakness, she couldn’t help kissing Adam (Thomas Dekker), who — judging by the look on his face — didn’t seem to mind all that much. That was my first clue that our young Mr. Conant remembers more about his feelings for Cassie than he was letting on.
The ‘other Blackwell’ has finally been revealed! Did you guess right?
It’s been the question on every Secret Circle fan’s mind since the winter finale: Who is Cassie’s (Britt Robertson) half-sibling in the circle? The answer was finally revealed at the very end of the April 19 episode — and it was not who I was expecting.
Plus, Shelley tells HollywoodLife.com how she really feels about the fans’ obsession with ‘Fayana.’
The first thing you should know about couples on The Secret Circle is that no one ever really breaks up for good — and that’s especially the case with Diana (Shelley Hennig) and Adam (Thomas Dekker), who have been in a weird place ever since they decided to end things. “You’ll still see Adam going after Diana and Diana going after Adam,” Shelley tells HollywoodLife.com. “We have a lot of cool scenes. There’s still some ‘Diadam’ happening. It’s going in an interesting path.”
Plus, Adam tries to win Diana back! Do you think she should give him a second chance?
If the Oct. 27 episode of The Secret Circle taught me anything, it’s this: Never underestimate the power of a pretty blonde girl in a slutty bumblebee costume! When Luke (Zachary Abel) kidnapped the witches and tried to kill them, Cassie (Britt Robertson) tapped into her dark magic and lit the dude on fire. And as he went down in a blaze of glory, my love for Cassie Blake grew ten-fold. That girl is awesome.
The circle is down one very pouty-faced member after this week’s ‘Secret Circle.’
Well, kids, just because we knew it was going to happen, that doesn’t make it any less sad. Nick (Louis Hunter) met his untimely end at the hands of Charles (Gale Harold) on the Oct. 13 episode of The Secret Circle, after absorbing the demon that was possessing Melissa (Jessica Parker Kennedy.) Remember when Jessica told HollywoodLife.com the episode would be “very telling about [Melissa’s] feelings for Nick?” She wasn’t kidding.
HollywoodLife.com speaks to The Secret Circle’s Shelley Hennig about her character Diana’s love triangle with Cassie and Adam and she confesses something’s about to happen that will make it ‘a bigger deal than before’!
Shelley Hennig plays Diana on new CW show The Secret Circle and she’s having a blast with her character Diana’s part in the love triangle with Cassie and Adam. “It’s definitely one of my favorite things that I get to play right now,” she admits.
I’m so excited for new CW show ‘The Secret Circle’ to premiere on Sept. 15 and I can’t wait to see more of the love triangle that was such a prominent part of the book! The actor who plays Adam calls himself the ‘male Bella Swan’!
I’ve read and re-read The Secret Circle books more times than I could count. When I realized they were turning the three books into a TV series, following in the footsteps of The Vampire Diaries, also by L.J. Smith and executive produced by Kevin Williamson, I was excited but nervous. I’m one of those fans who hate when things deviate from the novels, and learning that Diana (played by the lovely Shelley Hennig) would be a brunette in the series, really bothered me. I mean, she’s supposed to be all golden and pure and lightness! Anyway, other than that, all of the previews that have been released, including the new ones from Comic-Con have me completely pumped for what looks like an intriguing TV show. The only thing I request is more Diana/Adam/Cassie please!