In case you just HAD to know what kind of pasta shape Daniel Sharman prefers — because it’s totally possible he’ll drop by for dinner unannounced — LOOK NO FURTHER. MTV.com‘s own Morgan Evans and Internet person-at-large, Lohanthony, are co-hosting our new ”Teen Wolf” after show, aptly titled the “Teen Wolf After After Show” (cuz you’re supposed to watch it after MTV’s “Wolf Watch“), and the dynamo tag-team is “barraging” their weekly guests with the most hard-hitting fan questions they can find on Twitter. In the first episode below, Morgan and Lo waste no time getting into the good stuff with the British actor behind loner Isaac Lahey.
“What kind of shampoo do you use?” Morgan asks on behalf of one fan, and right out of the gate Sharman is stumped. “I don’t even know,” he answers, perplexed, but does at least note that it’s a must-have for any shower. ”Always use shampoo.” Eventually the Q&A turns to matters of the “Teen Wolf” premiere, and when asked about the Scott/Allison/Isaac love triangle, the handsome thespian says that Scott’s opinion definitely matters to Isaac. ”It’s a very difficult, kind of, balance to make, which is the things that are inside you — the hormones that are raging — and the loyalty you have to your friends,” he explains. “It’s a tough battle.” Yet while Isaac may try to adhere to “Guy Code” when it comes to Scott’s feelings for Allison, Sharman adds that Mr. Argent’s approval doesn’t mean s**t.
“Scott? He’s a friend. Dad? Piss off,” he jokes. We’d like to see Isaac try and say that to the man’s face…
Check out the full “After After Show” for more fan questions and “Teen Wolf” talk, including tips from the cast on how to properly watch the show. You realllly want to see who recommended “naked with a fog machine and shadow puppets.”
I’ve added hd logo less captures from Teen Wolf’s 3b opening episode to the gallery. Enjoy!
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Fans of MTV’s Teen Wolf should prepare to lose more than just their minds when the series returns in January.
Someone from the heart of the series will not live to see season 4, according to Happy Cool’s interview with series creator Jeff Davis.
“Prepare to lose someone,” Davis teased. “We will be possibly be changing out main title sequence so not everyone’s going to make it out of this season alive.”
As the teen supernatural drama prepares to unleash one of its darkest storylines yet, the revelation that death is imminent is not too surprise. The idea that the slain will be one of the series core characters, however, is slightly more unnerving.
The title sequence for season 3A consisted of Scott McCall (Tyler Posey), Stiles (Dylan O’Brien), Allison Argent (Crystal Reed), Derek Hale (Tyler Hoechlin), and Lydia Martin (Holland Roden), meaning one of these five could be departing the series. However, it is unknown if the opening credits will be the same for 3B, which opens up the possibility that Issac Lahey (Daniel Sharman) or Kira (Arden Cho) could also be targets.
Despite the looming specter of one major departure, Roden recently hinted that the death toll of the next 12 episodes may be drastically less than last summer. The young banshee won’t be screaming nearly as often, according to E!.
“Wolf Watch” will be hosted by Jill Wagner, who plays “Kate Argent” in “Teen Wolf.” The half-hour talk show will give fans even more insight into the hit series, covering topics ranging from the heavy mythology elements featured in the season, to the steamy romances and hilarious bromances that run rampant between the series’ supernatural high-schoolers. The series will welcome guest appearances by “Teen Wolf” cast members sharing behind-the-scenes secrets and celebrity super fans will also drop in to get some of the answers viewers crave from week to week.