‘Teen Wolf’ Season 6: Holland Roden Teases Creepy Photo; Biggest Villain Revealed?

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The anticipation for “Teen Wolf” season 6 continues to build up especially after some cast members teased about what to expect this season.

MTV is gearing for the biggest season of “Teen Wolf” to date. True enough, star Melissa Ponzio (Mama McCall) dropped a few chilling teasers while filming for one of the season six’s episodes, Enstarz reported.

“Both cast & crew r excited about the current episode we r shooting AND the next one that’s going to be bigBigBIG tooooooo,” Ponzio tweeted on Friday.

Co-star Holland Roden (Lydia), meanwhile, shared on Instagram some creepy photo from the set location.

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Creator Jeff Davis earlier tagged the season six as “Teen Wolf 2.0.” He also revealed to TV Guide that there will be new villains coming to Beacon Hill. “[The Nazi werewolf] will be lurking about Season 6 and causing a lot of trouble. It may actually allow us to explore another episode in WWII,” he said.

“Season 6 will bring in a new mythology and a very different problem…With Season 6 we have a very clear idea that it’s going to be a ghost story,” the show creator added.

Davis has also confirmed that Theo (Cody Christian) is not dead yet. “I wouldn’t close the door on him just yet. “We love Cody Christian both as an actor and a professional. It’s hard to say goodbye to him so you’ll have to wait and see.” Davis teased.

Meanwhile, “Teen Wolf” star Dylan O’Brien has resume filming after he got injured while in production for “Maze Runner: The Death Cure” in Vancouver, the International Business Times reported.

His injuries caused production on the third “Maze Runner” film to be shut down. He was due to return on May 9, but Twentieth Century Fox has extended the hiatus.

The young actor also landed a role in “American Assassin”, a new action movie based on Vince Flynn’s novels.

Entertainment Weekly reported that O’Brien is in talks to play CIA counter-terrorism agent Mitch Rapp. Michael Keaton is already signed on to play Stan Hurley, a veteran spy who will train Rapp.

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