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Nov 05, 2016 03:09 PM EDT

Tyler Posey Directs An Episode for ‘Teen Wolf’ Season 6 [VIDEO]


"Teen Wolf" will be returning for Season 6, and few of its cast members have talked about the show's final season.The upcoming season will be composed of 20 episodes, and will premiere on Nov. 15. Few of the show's cast said that there will be significant details worthy of revealing themselves in this new season.

This unquestionably MTV-hit show faces its last season and its cast member Tyler Posey, Shelley Henning, Dylan Sprayberry talked about their taping memories for the show during their attendance to the 2016 Entertainment Weekly PopFest at The Reef last Oct. 30 IN L.A, California. They were also joined by fellow cast members Cody Christian and Khylin Rhambo, as reported by Just Jared.

Mason Hewitt, the openly-gay character in the show, will still continue to have a relationship with Corey Bryant. Mason considers this relationship important, because it is one of his firsts. Tyler Posey commented that the show has become his second home for the past seven years, thus he will truly miss working for almost 17 hours a day for six months every year for the series.

Posey is to also direct an episode in this season, aside from being Scott. This news was verified by Rhambo and teased that fans will surely enjoy the output of his co-star. Teen Wolf Season 6 storyline will be concentrating on the disappearance of Stiles Stilinski along with the Ghost Riders, according to Carter Matt.

The story will be directed towards this concept around the second part of Season 6, however trailers were made for curious fans to watch. A character will re-appear in Season 6, since Sibo Mlambo will go back as Tamara Monroe. Monroe is a humanities teacher and a guidance counselor of Beacon Hills High. She is a passionate teacher who will give inspiration to her students for her great work.


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