MTV is bringing back Teen Wolf for a third season, it was announced today at Comic-Con. The show’s star Tyler Posey first teased fans that the show hadn’t been picked up to cries from the crowd before springing the real news. The upcoming season is for 24 episodes, twice the number of the first- and second-season orders. The pickup was expected as Teen Wolf was recently one of the winners of California’s $100 million tax-credit lotto, after it applied for the credit as a relocating series. It previously filmed in Atlanta but will shoot in LA next season. The announcement was made during the show panel at the packed 6A Ballroom that included executive producer Jeff Davis as well as series stars Posey, Dylan O’Brien, Crystal Reed, Tyler Hoechlin, Holland Roden and Colton Haynes previewing the upcoming season. It kicked off with a well-received preview of MTV’s new American version of the UK teen show The Inbetweeners.
Comic-Con: MTV Renews 'Teen Wolf' For Third Season
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