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Category: Spoilers

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With the premier of Teen Wolf S5 just around the corner, we thought that fans might like some scoop on whats coming up this season.

Speaking recenlty with Hypable, Executive Producer Jeff Davis revealed the title for Episode 2 will be “Parasomnia.” which believe it or not is an actual word. The word is a medical term that describes any sort of abnormal behavior that may take place while a person is asleep. This includes sleepwalking, nightmares and even sleep paralysis.

Davis also revealed the name of the bad guys. Not the individual names but what the group of uber scary doc’s will be called. According to Davis the group of bad guy doctors seen in the trailer will be referred to as Dread Doctors.

1. The synopsis for “Teen Wolf” season 5 reads: “On the eve of Senior Year, Scott and his friends find themselves facing the possibility of a future without each other, a next phase of their lives that might take them in different directions despite their best intentions. Little do they know that outside forces are already plotting to break the pack apart long before they ever see graduation. New villains that use a combination of science and the supernatural for a malevolent and mysterious purpose that will eventually pit Scott and his friends against their greatest enemy yet.”

2. MTV has also released character bios for some new and old faces. You can check them out below:

Scott McCall – Ever since the fateful night when he was bitten by Peter and turned into a werewolf, Scott and his pack have taken on any threat to come to Beacon Hills, be it Darach, Alpha Pack, deranged hunters or a thousand-year-old Japanese spirit. Now their greatest challenge lies before them: senior year. With his pack behind him, Scott prepares for the struggle of Senior Year, unaware of new threats gathering around him.
Stiles Stilinski – Going into his Senior Year, Stiles remains hopeful for his friends to stay together well after graduation. Ever a thorn in his father’s side, Stiles continues to find himself in the wrong place at the wrong time. But Sheriff Stilinski knows that Stiles always means well and will do absolutely anything for his friends.
Lydia Martin – Despite being eligible for an early graduation, Lydia has decided to remain with her friends so they can be together for their final year of high school. She continues to hone her Banshee powers, with plenty left to learn. After years of hiding behind a false veneer, the true woman beneath has emerged to take her place in Scott’s pack. She has also grown closer to Deputy Parrish while trying to help him wade through the mystery of his emerging powers.
Kira Yukimura – Kira has finally found the group of friends that she’s always wanted. She, Malia and Lydia couldn’t be closer and her relationship with Scott is just about perfect. Both her Kitsune abilities and her sword remain sharper than ever. While she could not be more excited about Senior Year and the prospect of graduating with the group of friends she cares about so deeply, the Kitsune spirit inside her may have other plans.
Malia Tate – To say that high school has been a struggle for Malia is an understatement. Having spent more time in the woods of Beacon Hills than out of them, Malia constantly feels the pressure to be normal. Surrounded by her friends and with Stiles at her side, Malia has found where she belongs in the world and is always ready to take on whatever comes her way — especially a fight.
Liam Dunbar – The newest member of Scott’s pack and his first true Beta, Liam still struggles at times with the whole ‘being a teen wolf’ thing. But with Scott as his leader and mentor, they have continued to tame Liam’s anger. This proves to be difficult at times since his best friend Mason has no idea what Liam is and what he’s been up to with Scott’s pack. To make matters worse, a familiar face from Liam’s past resurfaces at the start of his Sophomore Year.
Mason Hewitt – Ever at his best friend Liam’s side, Mason is ready for his sophomore year. But he knows there’s something weird about Beacon Hills, something lurking just under the surface. After he and Lydia were attacked by a Berserker, Mason is ready for more than just a glimpse of whatever is really going on. He wants to dive right in. Unfortunately, he may get his chance sooner than he expects.
Jordan Parrish – After being mysteriously drawn to Beacon Hills, Parrish has settled into his role as a Sheriff’s Deputy. He is determined to prove to Sheriff Stilinski that he’s worthy of his trust despite his recent assignments consisting mostly of paperwork. With Lydia’s help, Parrish continues his search for the meaning behind his supernatural powers, each of them unaware of the danger creeping ever closer as their lives become more entangled.
Hayden Romero (Victoria Morales) – Starting her sophomore year, Hayden never expected Liam, her grade-school enemy, to step back into her life. Now she has to juggle work, school, a sister in the Sheriff’s department, and the vengeance she seeks against Liam.
Theo Raeken (Cody Christian) – Theo never thought he’d ever return to Beacon Hills. When he learned that Scott McCall, his grade-school friend, was not only a werewolf, but a True Alpha, Theo knew that the time was right to come home to find a pack. When Theo seeks out Scott, he’s automatically considered an outsider by Stiles. Now Theo must prove to Scott and the rest of the pack that he’s worthy of their trust as well as their friendship.
3. Two other episode titles have been revealed! The first being “Creatures of the Night” written by Jeff Davis and the second titles “Condition Terminal.”

4. According to Movie Plot’s website the main focus will primarily deal with identifying the Desert Wolf. We will also learn more about Deputy Jordan Perrish (Ryan Kelley) type of monster and see some more air time from the Argent’s. Apparently Chris is still on the hunt for his were-jaguar sister Kate and will have help from Araya Calavera (Ivonne Coll).

5. On September 11, 2014, Holland Roden who plays Lydia Martin revealed that “you’re going to have to tune in for season five to see if we’re all coming back or not. That’s just reality… It’s sort of a toss up of who is not coming back for season five, but somebody is not coming back.”

6. As of now the main cast is listed as Tyler Posey as Scott McCall, Dylan O’Brien as Stiles Stilinski, Tyler Hoechlin as Derek Hale, Holland Roden as Lydia Martin, Shelley Hennig as Malia Tate, Arden Cho as Kira Yukimura and Dylan Sprayberry as Liam Dunbar.

7. Dylan Sprayberry who plays the new wolf Liam will be getting a love interest in season five. It is also revealed his friendship with Mason will be explored more. Sprayberry spoke with Hollywire TV at PaleyFest where he revealed the show will introduce a new character that may or may not become Liam’s love interest.

“There’s a new girl on the show named Victoria Morales, who is really a great young actress,” the 16-year-old actor said. “She’s gonna be in the same grade as Liam and Mason (Khylin Rhambo), who is my best friend on the show. So we’ll see what happens with that.”

Sprayberry admitted that he doesn’t know if his character will fall for Morales but did tell Celebified that there is definitely “some tension” between the two.

8. Orny Adams who plays Coach Finstock revealed he would not be returning to the fifth season due to scheduling issues.

9. Steven Brand has been added to the cast of season five as the new villain Dr. Valack.

10. Early this year Cody Christian was cast as Theo, “a lone wolf who is drawn to town in search of a pack. He’s described as athletic and charming yet covert, and while it may appear that the young adult is new to town, his past might suggest otherwise.”

11. Shelley Hennig hinted about what is in store for Malia and Stiles in season five in an interview with Hollywood Life.

The actress said, “It’s really important to Stiles to help me figure it who the Desert Wolf is, who my mother is. There’s also a fear there to figure out is she good [or] is she evil? Will it change their relationship? “It could. That whole situation is not easy for a 17-year-old so hopefully Stiles makes it a smoother process.”

12. According to Teen Wolf News, there is someone new joining the cast in season five. He is none other than 16-year old Michael Lynch, who is set to play a supernatural creature named Sluagh.

According to the report, Sluagh is “a creature of Irish and Scottish myth that eats the souls of innocents and sometimes places parts of its rotten soul into the bodies of its sleeping victims.” Further, Sluagh is a fan-designed creature for the show, who is rumored to come from a secret supernatural jail in a mental health facility.

13. According to SpoilerTV, the show is currently casting for a young version of Scott McCall, who is of course played by Tyler Posey in the present. You will see him in a flashback scene, seemingly having an asthma attack.

14. Looks like Tyler Hoechlin is on his way out as MTV’s hunky werewolf Derek Hale. It has been revealed that Hoechlin will not be a series regular on the supernatural drama and will only have recurring appearances on the show.

BuzzFeed reports the actor will be making fewer appearances in “Teen Wolf” in order to pursue a career in film. The series co-creator Jeff Davis confirmed the news of Hoechlin’s decision to leave in an interview with MTV.

“He said he felt like he was at a point in his career where he wanted to try new things, things that scare him, but wasn’t quite ready to let go of the family he created on Teen Wolf.” The show runner also added, “We love him and miss him.”

15. After two seasons playing fan favorite Roy Harper/Arsenal, Colton Haynes has officially said goodbye to “Arrow,” which of course leaves him open to return to “Teen Wolf.”

If you recall Haynes character Jackson left on a high note after becoming the big bad in season two, the Kanima. He seemingly got everything he wanted at the end; to become a werewolf and find love and true friends but still left for London. Luckily his character wasn’t killed off leaving the door open for his return and creator Jeff Davis thinks Haynes will be back again.

Furthermore last fall, Davis shared the excitement he felt knowing that Lydia’s ex-boyfriend might come back to the show someday. “One of our missed characters might come back next year” he told melty during a master-class in Paris. “Jackson has turned into a wolf now. I would love to see him in a wolf-fight.”

Don’t miss the two part premiere on June 29 at 10/9c and June 30 at 9/8c

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Date: June 4th | Category: Executive Producers, Interviews, Spoilers, Teen Wolf
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E! News got The Vampire Diaries boss Julie Plec to dish all about the “epic” season finale and she warned them that things are not looking good for anyone, including Tyler.

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“When we find Tyler and Liv [Penelope Mitchell], they have been thrown out of the barn and are outside, deeply injured and concerned for their lives,” Plec says. Yikes!
And then Trevino had to go and make our worries even worse.

“In the finale, there’s a decision that Tyler’s going to have to make, and it’s probably one of the biggest decisions he’s ever made in his life,” Trevino tells E! News. “It affects other people, and it’s a very, very emotional scene and I was very happy they wrote it in there. It’s pretty crazy. He’ll make this decision that may be fatal for some people or even himself. We pick up in the finale exactly where last week’s episode leaves off. This send-off is the way it has to be in order to tie in with everything else.”

Here’s where the emotional whiplash sets in: both Plec and Trevino reveal there is an opportunity for Tyler to return to the show at some point in the future. Tyler Lockwood may not be gone forever!

“Yes, absolutely,” Plec says of a possibility for Trevino to return. “I hate to be spoilery and tell you his fate, because everyone’s fate is hanging in the balance, but in some context, there is definitely opportunity for us to see Tyler in the future.”

And Trevino is totally game for a return trip to Mystic Falls.

“Of course! I don’t want to give away how this season ends but we all know that no one ever really dies or leaves forever and never comes back,” Trevino says with a laugh. “If I’m ever asked back by anybody, I would be there in a heartbeat. I would absolutely make myself available. We’ll see what happens! This is a huge, huge finale, and hopefully there is opportunity in the future for Tyler to come back, but we’ll have to see if that’s even a possibility after this episode.”
As enthusiastic as both the TVD boss and star are about Tyler returning, don’t expect that to happen for a while. As of now, his departure is as permanent as Dobrev’s.

“It’s been a good run. It’s been a crazy six years,” Trevino says. “But right now, it’s time for Tyler to head on out. Towards the beginning of the season, we had an idea that this would be my last season.”

Trevino’s actually surprised that the writers were able to fit Tyler into the show for as long as they did.

“To be quite honest with you, it’s been difficult to work the werewolf lineage into a storyline that crosses with everyone else’s characters,” Trevino says. “Once you become a werewolf, you’re a werewolf, and that’s that. You can’t really be a werewolf and hang out with and be best friends with vampires, necessarily. If you think about it, I’ve been very lucky that our writers were able to put me in certain situations that made sense.”

Looking back over the past six seasons, Trevino has loved getting to play the character evolution the writers came up with for Tyler.

“I went from being the d–kish jock for season one, and then season two, turning into a werewolf, and then having a lovely relationship with Caroline [Candice Accola],” Trevino says. “And then Klaus [Joseph Morgan] came into the fray and I turned into a hybrid and then back into a human. I’ve had some levels that were surprising. It was more than just becoming a werewolf and living that life. Plus, I also got to cross over to The Originals. There was a lot there that we fit in into the journey of Tyler. He wasn’t a fan-favorite to start off with, at all. And that changed over the course of six years.”

But the fact that Tyler wasn’t always universally loved actually had Trevino worried back in the early seasons that he was going to get killed off the show.
“Towards the end of season two, it was one of those things where people were dying frequently and whenever the scripts came out, we’d all rush to read it to find out who was dying to make sure it wasn’t us!” Trevino says with a laugh. “It was a scary time. Any scenes where I was going after Stefan [Paul Wesley] and Damon [Ian Somerhalder], I was like, ‘That can’t be good! They’re not going to get rid of them, they’re going to get rid of me!’ I did not like those scenes where I was picking a fight with one of the vampires. I totally thought they were going to get rid of me.”

The final scene that Trevino shot on set was, funnily enough, with the other actor exiting the show: Dobrev.
“It’s funny, because Nina and I rarely have scenes together that is just her and I, one-on-one,” Trevino says. “It was bittersweet, but fun. Nina loves to play pranks and I had a feeling that she was going to have a cake nearby, because she likes to give people birthday cakes and smash it in their face if people are leaving or having a big send-off. I had a feeling that was coming and it did!”

While we are already mourning Tyler, Trevino hasn’t even begun to say goodbye yet.
“Honestly it hasn’t hit me!” Trevino says. “I still feel like I’m going to go back in July to start season seven, but I’m not. Maybe I’ll start feeling it in July, because it will be the first time in six years I’m not going back to that kind of routine in Atlanta. I’ll probably start freaking out then, having cold sweats and nightmares. But The Vampire Diaries is my family, and I’ll totally go visit those guys.”

Speaking recently to Entertainment Weekly Clare spoke about how Rebekah has changed since she last played her, what we can expect in the season finale and more:

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ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: So you’ve been away from the show, but Rebekah hasn’t. How do you catch up when this happens?
CLAIRE HOLT: We have this amazing coach on the show who really helps me to understand everything. She sat with me when I first got there for about 45 minutes and just went through everything, all the plot points and the storylines and the reasons that my character had been doing certain things. So when I first read the script, I understood about half of it. And then after I spoke to her, I understood the full thing.

Speaking of your time away, how has Rebekah’s time as a witch affected her? How might the character have changed since you last played her?
I think it definitely changed her. Rebekah’s always wanted family, and she’s always wanted children and a life, and so I think she sort of started to see that there was some of those things that were possible in her witch body. And Klaus had other plans for her. He felt that she was more durable in the original body, in my body. It was a decision that was made for her, and she understood that there were reasons behind it. But I think she’s feeling conflicted as to what she really wants to do and how she wants to lead her life, and [in] which body that would be.

Do you ever see Rebekah giving up hope of her mortal life?
I don’t think so. I think that’s what’s so nice about this character. She’s real and she’s relatable, and she wants the things that most humans want. She wants love, she wants a family. And so while she commits atrocities at times, [her desire for a mortal life is a] redeeming factor. And I think it’s something that she just doesn’t know how to give up.

What is Rebekah’s relationship with Davina like, now that that Davina is regent?
Well, the plan in this episode is for the Originals to use Davina’s magic to help take down Dahlia. And while it’s difficult for Rebekah to know that she needs to use this young girl, she also needs to unite with her family for a more pressing issue, which is Dahlia. And so I think it’s difficult for Davina in this episode to understand why they would work against her, and she’s frustrated and she’s angry, but it’s a necessity and it’s the plan that has been laid out to lead to the epic battle at the end of the episode.

In the finale promo, Elijah says that the Mikaelsons are past redemption. Do you believe that?
I don’t think so. Well, who knows? [Laughs] There’s been many, many, many, many years of horror in their wake. I think Elijah is particularly beaten down by the vampire life, and this existence, and his brother, and his family, and their circumstances, and I think he feels that this is it for them. There’s no way back around. And he’s always been the brother that searches for good and the moral brother, the strong one of us all. So I think for him to break like this, it’s really a big moment. Although I’m not sure that it’s necessarily the truth, there are so many paths that this story can head down. I think it’s definitely difficult for them all to redeem themselves after so many years of all this behavior.

When I talked to [executive producer] Michael Narducci after the last episode, he mentioned Klaus wanting to get Rebekah back in her original body because it’s easier to stake. So how worried should we be that Rebekah is going to end up back in a coffin?
I think we should always be worried about Rebekah being daggered, because Klaus has proven it’s something he loves to do and he does it with great frequency. That’s definitely a fear. But I think that he needs Rebekah in this body and he needs the family to work together to bring down Dahlia, so that’s more of his concern right now than sticking a dagger in her and putting her in a coffin.

This show has had so many epic battles and big episodes. How does this finale compare?
I think if there’s one thing that you can always expect from The Originals, all the way back from The Vampire Diaries, [it’s that] the finales are always epic. There’s a huge showdown at the end of this episode, and the outcome will be totally unexpected. We shot it over the course of two very, very long nights. There’s a lot of action; there’s a lot of drama. I think the audience will be on the edge of their seats the entire time, which is what you expect from a show like this. I’m excited for everyone to see it.

Regardless of what might happen in the finale, if it’s possible, I assume you’d want to return in season 3?
Hell yeah! I’d love to! I’m on another show right now, Aquarius, and it’s about to air. Obviously the fate of the show in the future is uncertain, but I would love to be able to do both if possible. Rebekah is so special to me, and anytime I get to go back and visit that world and New Orleans and my family there, I’m on that plane ready to go.

Date: May 12th | Category: Cast, Interviews, Spoilers, The Originals
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