Teen Wolf fans have plenty of reasons to catch new episodes of the series on MTV this summer.
If you don’t want to know anything about the fourth season of the cable network’s popular werewolf show, then you should probably stop reading now. A few details about Teen Wolf recently bubbled to the surface during this year’s Bite Convention. In other words, you may want to proceed with extreme caution.
According to the International Business Times, Teen Wolf star Tyler Posey explained that the upcoming season will explore Scott’s troubled relationship with his father. Although it’s unlikely that FBI Agent Rafael McCall is a villain, chances are fans can expect a little tension between the father and his son.
“He just kind of wants to weasel in and just kind of go under the radar and just kind of fall into the family that way. He does want his dad to try, which would be new in Scott’s world. So yeah, I do think he’d be receptive to [his dad reintegrating himself in Scott’s life]. But we’ll see,” the Teen Wolf alum explained.
Scott’s relationship with his estranged father isn’t the only storyline Teen Wolf will tackle during season four. The Inquisitr previously reported that the werewolves and their allies are squaring off against a brand new villain.
Check out the official Teen Wolf season four synopsis below. Warning: The description features a few spoilers, so hang back if you don’t want any surprises completely ruined.
“Still healing from tragic losses, Scott, Stiles, Lydia and Kira return to a new semester of school with more human worries than supernatural, while also trying to help their new friend, Malia, integrate back into society. But Kate Argent’s surprising resurrection brings a new threat to Beacon Hills along with the emergence of another mysterious enemy known simply as The Benefactor.”
If you need even more information about the next batch of Teen Wolf episodes, than E! Online writer Kristin Santos is officially your new best friend. When a reader asked for more details about next season’s new villain, Santos offered up a few interesting details.
Check it out:
“Any scoop? OK, you asked for it… Get ready to meet a new hired gun, named Fahey. He’s in his late 30′s and he’s described as ‘frightened, yet masculine.’ As for who hired him as a gun, we don’t know yet. However, we do know that apparently Fahey has got some explaining to do, Lucy-style, and you’ll meet him in episode six!”
Teen Wolf season four debuts on June 23.