History Series / TeenWolf

14th Feb '18 2:02:11 PM tommib27
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* SixStudentClique: The Main Characters in Season 5.
** The Head: Scott
** The Muscle: Liam
** The Quirk: Stiles
** The Pretty One: Kira
** The Smart One: Lydia
** The Wild One: Malia
8th Feb '18 12:38:59 PM cjay
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Seasons 1, 2, 3 and 4 are all available on MTV.com. The series is currently airing its 6th and final season as of November 2016.

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Seasons 1, 2, 3 and 4 are all available on MTV.com. The series is currently airing aired its 6th and final season as of November 2016.
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18th Jan '18 2:38:53 PM RedScharlach
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** In Season 4, its Kate Argent, who returns to Beacon Hills as a [[spoiler: werejaguar]], wanting revenge on Scott and his friends due to [[spoiler: Allison's]] death, which she blames them for. Midway through the season, Kate is offered a partnership from [[spoiler: Peter Hale]] and the two of them begin working together as a BigBadDuumvirate. Additionally we have The Benefactor, who is a BigBad for a portion of the season, only to become DiscOneFinalBoss.

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** In Season 4, its it's Kate Argent, who returns to Beacon Hills as a [[spoiler: werejaguar]], wanting revenge on Scott and his friends due to [[spoiler: Allison's]] death, which she blames them for. Midway through the season, Kate is offered a partnership from [[spoiler: Peter Hale]] and the two of them begin working together as a BigBadDuumvirate. Additionally we have The Benefactor, who is a BigBad for a portion of the season, only to become DiscOneFinalBoss.



** In Season 5, its the Dread Doctors and Theo, the latter whom has a motive of being in Scott's pack by any means necessary and the former being [[OutsideContextProblem Outside Context Problems]] with a motive that exists to create new supernatural creatures. Rounding out the BigBadEnsemble for Season 5 is [[spoiler:Malia's mother Corinne, the Desert Wolf, who plans on OffingTheOffspring on Malia in order to gain her power back after they were partially transferred to Malia]]. [[spoiler:Lastly the villain ensemble is complete with BackFromTheDead Sebastien Valet, the Beast of Gévaudan, who becomes the FinalBoss]].

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** In Season 5, its it's the Dread Doctors and Theo, the latter whom has a motive of being in Scott's pack by any means necessary and the former being [[OutsideContextProblem Outside Context Problems]] with a motive that exists to create new supernatural creatures. Rounding out the BigBadEnsemble for Season 5 is [[spoiler:Malia's mother Corinne, the Desert Wolf, who plans on OffingTheOffspring on Malia in order to gain her power back after they were partially transferred to Malia]]. [[spoiler:Lastly the villain ensemble is complete with BackFromTheDead Sebastien Valet, the Beast of Gévaudan, who becomes the FinalBoss]].



-->'''Mama [=McCall=]''': "You bet your ass I'm serious! I'm ''not'' ending up on some reality tv show with a pregnant 16 year old!"

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-->'''Mama [=McCall=]''': "You bet your ass I'm serious! I'm ''not'' ending up on some reality tv TV show with a pregnant 16 year old!"16-year-old!"



* BreakTheCutie: Multiple characters, notably Scott in Season 1, Allison in Season 2 when [[spoiler:her mom dies]], and Stiles in Season 3, when he is possessed by an evil spirit. A big part of many backstories, such as Derek's (who had to kill his first love and inadvertedly helped the second one murder his family) and Isaac's (who was abused by his father).

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* BreakTheCutie: Multiple characters, notably Scott in Season 1, Allison in Season 2 when [[spoiler:her mom dies]], and Stiles in Season 3, when he is possessed by an evil spirit. A big part of many backstories, such as Derek's (who had to kill his first love and inadvertedly inadvertently helped the second one murder his family) and Isaac's (who was abused by his father).



** These first few minutes of the show are also a Establishing Relationship Moment for Scott and Stiles. Cementing them as inseparable HeterosexualLifePartners who think a few hours of no contact with each other makes climbing through each other windows acceptable, have little enough going on in their lives that searching for a dead body seems like a fun idea and the Sheriff is absolutely ''certain'' that Scott and Stiles must be together, referring to them as the "usual partners in crime".

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** These first few minutes of the show are also a an Establishing Relationship Moment for Scott and Stiles. Cementing them as inseparable HeterosexualLifePartners who think a few hours of no contact with each other makes climbing through each other windows acceptable, have little enough going on in their lives that searching for a dead body seems like a fun idea and the Sheriff is absolutely ''certain'' that Scott and Stiles must be together, referring to them as the "usual partners in crime".



* FreeRangeChildren: Mostly justified or averted. Scott and Stiles are pretty independent for 15-16 year old's, but they're both from single-parent families and Melissa and the Sheriff work long hours to make ends meet, so it makes sense they'd be self-sufficient, both their parents also realize that something's up pretty quickly. It's implied Lydia's parents didn't notice her as much because of their divorce in early seasons, and her Mom does take a more active role later on. Isaac, Aiden and Ethan are all orphans so justifiably free-range. Allison averts this trope, having extremely over-protective parents who actively try to control her social life, at least early on.

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* FreeRangeChildren: Mostly justified or averted. Scott and Stiles are pretty independent for 15-16 year old's, 15/16-year-olds, but they're both from single-parent families and Melissa and the Sheriff work long hours to make ends meet, so it makes sense they'd be self-sufficient, both their parents also realize that something's up pretty quickly. It's implied Lydia's parents didn't notice her as much because of their divorce in early seasons, and her Mom does take a more active role later on. Isaac, Aiden and Ethan are all orphans so justifiably free-range. Allison averts this trope, having extremely over-protective parents who actively try to control her social life, at least early on.



* TheFriendsWhoNeverHang: Several cases within Scott's pack, despite the group being TrueCompanions. The most glaring example is Stiles and Allison, who - despite being the most central characters after Scott and similar, more cynical foils to him - have almost no scenes alone and zero bonding moments. There's a similar case between Stiles and Kira: Stiles seems to genuinely like Kira initially but they're never seen hanging out together. In both cases, it's because Scott acts as a obvious buffer between his best friend and love interests, and it's unusual to have a scene with the people closest to him without him present.

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* TheFriendsWhoNeverHang: Several cases within Scott's pack, despite the group being TrueCompanions. The most glaring example is Stiles and Allison, who - despite being the most central characters after Scott and similar, more cynical foils to him - have almost no scenes alone and zero bonding moments. There's a similar case between Stiles and Kira: Stiles seems to genuinely like Kira initially but they're never seen hanging out together. In both cases, it's because Scott acts as a an obvious buffer between his best friend and love interests, and it's unusual to have a scene with the people closest to him without him present.



** When Lydia tells Parrish about the Wild Hunt, she mentions [[CountryMusic Ghost Riders In The Sky]], a song which deals with a US version of same: damned cowboys forever chasing the devil's cattle across the stormy skies.

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** When Lydia tells Parrish about the Wild Hunt, she mentions [[CountryMusic Ghost Riders In The Sky]], a song which deals with a US version of the same: damned cowboys forever chasing the devil's cattle across the stormy skies.
17th Jan '18 4:46:12 AM Cryoclaste
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* InNameOnly: Aside from the title and a few character names (protagonist Scott, best friend "Stiles" Stilinski, coach Bobby Finstock), the series goes well out of its way to be completely different from the original film, specifically tone wise and going for a style similar to TheVampireDiaries.

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* InNameOnly: Aside from the title and a few character names (protagonist Scott, best friend "Stiles" Stilinski, coach Bobby Finstock), the series goes well out of its way to be completely different from the original film, specifically tone wise and going for a style similar to TheVampireDiaries.''Series/TheVampireDiaries''.
26th Oct '17 7:19:05 AM RyzeGuy
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* BadassNormal: Allison and the Argent family (as expected for [[MonsterHunter Monster Hunters]]), and Sheriff Stilinski, with Stiles and then Mason each becoming a BadassBookworm, and Melissa showing her MamaBear side (not literally, even on this show). The "belonging" theme has plenty of room for muggles: in the show's final scene, Scott explains that some of his pack have powers, and others "make up for it by being really smart, or good in a fight."

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* BadassNormal: Allison and the Argent family (as expected for [[MonsterHunter Monster Hunters]]), and Sheriff Stilinski, with Stiles and then Mason each becoming a BadassBookworm, and Melissa showing her MamaBear side (not literally, even on this show). The show's "belonging" theme has plenty of room for muggles: in the show's final scene, Scott explains that some of his pack have powers, and others "make up for it by being really smart, or good in a fight."
26th Oct '17 7:18:25 AM RyzeGuy
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* BadassNormal: Allison and the Argent family (as expected for [[MonsterHunter Monster Hunters]]), and Sheriff Stilinski, with Stiles and then Mason each becoming a BadassBookworm, and Melissa showing her MamaBear side (not literally, even on this show). The "belonging" theme has plenty of room for muggles: in the show's final scene, Scott explains that some of his pack have powers, and others "make up for it by being really smart, or good in a fight."
18th Oct '17 10:56:45 PM Stevebob
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* DarkerAndEdgier: Than the '85 movie.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: Than the '85 movie. The original was a lighthearted comedy, whilst this series has a more serious tone, with a lot more drama and a ''lot'' more bloody violence.
18th Oct '17 10:52:46 PM Stevebob
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''Film/TeenWolf'' was revamped in 2011 by Creator/{{MTV}}, and focuses more on the drama and angst of being a werewolf. A few of the elements of the story have been changed and this series tries to take a different route from the original. Starring Creator/TylerPosey as Scott, this ''Series/TeenWolf'' takes a DarkerAndEdgier feel to it. The series revolves around social outcast Scott [=McCall=], a young lacrosse-playing student at Beacon Hills High. Scott's life drastically changes when he is bitten by a werewolf, which in turn transforms him into one of these mythical creatures. He must henceforth learn to balance his problematic new identity with his day to day teenage life. The following characters are instrumental to his struggle: Stiles, his best friend; Allison, his girlfriend, who comes from a family that partakes in werewolf hunting; and Derek, a mysterious werewolf. Throughout the show, he strives both to keep his loved ones safe and maintain the relationships and secrets he shares with each person around him.

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''Film/TeenWolf'' was revamped in 2011 by Creator/{{MTV}}, and focuses more on the drama and angst of being a werewolf. A few of the elements of the story have been changed and this series tries to take a different route from [[Film/TeenWolf the original.original]]. Starring Creator/TylerPosey as Scott, this ''Series/TeenWolf'' takes a DarkerAndEdgier feel to it. The series revolves around social outcast Scott [=McCall=], a young lacrosse-playing student at Beacon Hills High. Scott's life drastically changes when he is bitten by a werewolf, which in turn transforms him into one of these mythical creatures. He must henceforth learn to balance his problematic new identity with his day to day teenage life. The following characters are instrumental to his struggle: Stiles, his best friend; Allison, his girlfriend, who comes from a family that partakes in werewolf hunting; and Derek, a mysterious werewolf. Throughout the show, he strives both to keep his loved ones safe and maintain the relationships and secrets he shares with each person around him.
14th Oct '17 6:07:10 AM jormis29
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''Film/TeenWolf'' was revamped in 2011 by Creator/{{MTV}}, and focuses more on the drama and angst of being a werewolf. A few of the elements of the story have been changed and this series tries to take a different route from the original. Starring Tyler Posey as Scott, this ''Series/TeenWolf'' takes a DarkerAndEdgier feel to it. The series revolves around social outcast Scott [=McCall=], a young lacrosse-playing student at Beacon Hills High. Scott's life drastically changes when he is bitten by a werewolf, which in turn transforms him into one of these mythical creatures. He must henceforth learn to balance his problematic new identity with his day to day teenage life. The following characters are instrumental to his struggle: Stiles, his best friend; Allison, his girlfriend, who comes from a family that partakes in werewolf hunting; and Derek, a mysterious werewolf. Throughout the show, he strives both to keep his loved ones safe and maintain the relationships and secrets he shares with each person around him.

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''Film/TeenWolf'' was revamped in 2011 by Creator/{{MTV}}, and focuses more on the drama and angst of being a werewolf. A few of the elements of the story have been changed and this series tries to take a different route from the original. Starring Tyler Posey Creator/TylerPosey as Scott, this ''Series/TeenWolf'' takes a DarkerAndEdgier feel to it. The series revolves around social outcast Scott [=McCall=], a young lacrosse-playing student at Beacon Hills High. Scott's life drastically changes when he is bitten by a werewolf, which in turn transforms him into one of these mythical creatures. He must henceforth learn to balance his problematic new identity with his day to day teenage life. The following characters are instrumental to his struggle: Stiles, his best friend; Allison, his girlfriend, who comes from a family that partakes in werewolf hunting; and Derek, a mysterious werewolf. Throughout the show, he strives both to keep his loved ones safe and maintain the relationships and secrets he shares with each person around him.
11th Aug '17 12:52:16 AM GlassCatOwl
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** ''A Novel Approach'' in Season Five is Poor Communication Kills: The Episode.

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** ''A Novel Approach'' in Season Five is Poor Communication Kills: The Episode. Stiles lies to Scott about killing Donovan in self-defense, Scott lies to Kira about seeing a fox spirit aura around her, Kira lies to Scott about her worries, and it all ends [[OhCrap about as well as you would expect.]]
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