The sixth season of “Teen Wolf” is not only going to be the end of the line for the series on MTV; it’s also going to be one that keeps you waiting for a while longer.
This weekend in conjunction with the show’s appearance on Comic-Con, it was revealed that Tuesday, November 15 will be its premiere date. This is the first time that the show has aired during this time of year, and we feel like everything from script work to Dylan O’Brien’s injury on the set of the latest “Maze Runner” are reasons why.
Nonetheless, this is very interesting timing for the series to be released, given that it means there will be an episode that airs presumably on November 22, two days before Thanksgiving and a time in which there are typically fewer people around to watch new episodes of the show. Also, it makes you wonder if MTV will run the show over the course of the holidays. Christmas falls on a Sunday this year, which means that there would be episodes to air on December 20, December 27, and then January 3 in the event that it runs straight through. From a personal standpoint, we’d love that since there aren’t too many shows to watch / cover at this time of year. However, at the same exact time we would worry about viewers remembering to watch the show over the course of the holiday season.
We recognize that we are getting way ahead of ourselves with all of the talk / speculation here. For now, we should just suggest to watch the teaser below, and we will be back to report on more news with the show when there is some out there to discuss.
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