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Teen Wolf

  1. Let the Right One In Comes to Television!

    Hopefully, the story won't get lost in translation.

    A&E has won the rights to adapt the novel Let the Right One In by Swedish author John Ajvide Lindqvist, on which the 2008 Swedish film of the same name was based, for television. And the new show will be brought to us by...the showrunner of Teen Wolf?

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  2. Teen Titans, Go! We Select A Fancast for TNT’s Teen Titans Live Action Pilot

    But will the theme song be as catchy?

    Last week it was announced that DC Entertainment is working on a Teen Titans television pilot for cable channel TNT, which, as we're all aware, knows drama. As a big fan of the cartoon line-up when I was... well, older than I was supposed to be and still watching cartoons, I thought we'd take the time to explore just who we'd like to see in a Teen Titan teen drama. Teen!

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  3. Kevin Smith’s New Movie Will Star His and Johnny Depp’s Daughters as a Pair of Yoga-Obsessed Teenage Girl Superheroes

    And Scott McCall from Teen Wolf will be there. I don't know what to say.

    In case you couldn't tell from the title, this new movie with Lily-Rose Depp and Harley Quinn Smith sounds pretty weird. To start: It's called Yoga Hosers.

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  4. San Diego Comic-Con 2014: While You Were Sleeping, Part 2

    Nesting dolls! They made nesting dolls!

    Good morning, nerds! As those of us who live east of the Rockies slept, Comic-Con raged on. We'll be continuing our coverage throughout the day, but first, we've assembled a few overnight highlights for your bleary eyes. To wit: Orphan Black fans are great! Teen Wolf is coming back! The Avengers taught George R.R. Martin how to kill! And...wait, what's that about an Evil Dead TV series?

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  5. Nielsen Twitter Infographic Reveals The TV Shows We Talk About The Most

    The Boob Tube

    From Heisenberg to How I Met Your Aunt Robin, this broadcast TV season has been full of moments that warranted discussion (or angry, inarticulate yelling at screens). Nielsen Social used Twitter data to reveal the shows that got us talking, and wow...we obviously had a lot of feelings. Can you guess which geek shows made the top 10?

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  6. Teen Wolf‘s Lydia, Defying Tropes of Sex, Smarts, and Beauty in Female Characters

    Essay

    In Teen Wolf, a show full of alpha males and machismo, one of the most interesting characters is something else entirely – a woman. Lydia Martin begins her arc in episode one as a stereotypically ditzy, beautiful, popular girl, but that soon starts to unravel. Over the course of the first three seasons, it is slowly but resolutely revealed how intelligent and powerful Lydia actually is. From a feminist standpoint, Lydia is incredibly important because she starts her story attempting to adhere to the traditional dumb popular girl trope but slowly, through her relationships and character development, drops her pretense to reveal her true intelligence and power as a woman.

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  7. The Walking Dead, True Blood, The Wire, The Wolverine Swap Some Actors

    Braaaaiiiinnnnns

    The Walking Dead picks up its third former The Wire cast member, and True Blood picks up an actor from The Wolverine (hint: it's not Hugh Jackman).

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  8. Things We Saw Today: An Awfully Good Looking BioShock Tattoo

    Things We Saw Today

    I am now left with a mental image of a tattoo gun that looks like a Plasmid injector. (artist and owner unknown; via Geeks Are Sexy)

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  9. Teen Wolf Season Finale Recap: The Divine Move

    Last night, 9:59 PM EST: "Man, it feels god that I've decided to give up on Teen Wolf after season three. Time to start the last episode I'm ever going to watch!" 11:01 PM EST: "Dammit."

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  10. Teen Wolf Recap: Insatiable

    I don't know what I'm writing right now. How am I supposed to recap an episode that DOESN'T EXIST in which there was a very big thing that DIDN'T HAPPEN?

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  11. Teen Wolf Recap: De-Void

    Recap

    It's time for our recap of the Teen Wolf episode "De-Void," or, as I like to refer to it, "Body Horror and Fly-Vision." Seriously. Fly-vision.

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  12. Teen Wolf Recap: The Fox and the Wolf

    Recap

    Oh yay. Teen Wolf does another flashback episode. It's tough to communicate the full extent of my excitement using this medium, so here's a gif.

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  13. Teen Wolf Recap: Echo House

    Recap

    The only Teen Wolf episode to get a "viewer discretion is advised" warning at the beginning of it, because there's some creepy mental institution stuff and also because "Echo House" kind of sucks.

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  14. Teen Wolf Recap: Letharia Vulpina

    Recap

    Teen Wolf keeps their hot streak going in an episode where Allison tasers Peter and the Nogitsune's up to something and Allison tasers Peter and Derek behaves like a champ and Allison tasers Peter.

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  15. Khal Drogo Is The Werewolf Who Mounts The World [Trailer]

    Keep the Change Ya Filthy Animal

    Game of Thrones Jason Momoa as a werewolf? I'd like to say, "I'm there," but what is up with them ripping off the 80s Teen Wolf movie? Also, it kind of just looks like a terrible film. But Momoa does have some epic guyliner going on. It's a tough call. Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  16. Teen Wolf Recap: Riddled

    Recap

    I don't want to jinx things, but... I think Teen Wolf may be well on the road to recovery after a subpar first half of the season. We could still dive head-first into the maw of abandoned plotlines and logical inconsistencies, but after last week's great episode, and this week's wonderful episode, I'm feeling proud to say I watch this show. It's something I haven't felt since season two. I missed it.

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  17. Teen Wolf Recap: Silverfinger

    Recap

    This episode was great, and I don't just say that because Shang Tsung from Mortal Kombat was a guest star. It's only mostly that. FINISH HIM.

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  18. Teen Wolf Recap: Illuminated

    Recap

    In which it's Halloween in January, the writers punk out on confirming a bisexual character, and Derek has no interest in your raves. Beacon Hills is a small town! Why do they even have so many?

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  19. Teen Wolf Recap: Galvanize

    Recap

    If there's one thing I'm confident about when it comes to Teen Wolf, it's that it really gels when it finds inter-character dynamics that work and then plays with that for all it's worth. This is, in large part, probably why I liked this week's "Galvanize" as much as I did. It might also have been the escalation of story for a new character who's quickly becoming one of my favorites, the discovery of a new power involving electricity, and the fact that this episode was actually pretty good at balancing the constant forward momentum of this week's driving thrill. All in all, it was a pretty solid episode of Teen Wolf, and it left me intrigued and rearing for what's next.

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  20. Teen Wolf Recap: More Bad Than Good

    Recap

    Teen Wolf's 3b is in full swing, guys. And sure, we've seen episodes where bigger things happened — lizard people revelations and murders and such — but this episode had some truly suspenseful stuff, mixed in with some cute, and Scott Being Great, and more people finding their anchors within themselves. Basically, it was Teen Wolf in a stride, if a deceptively simple one. Then again, I may just be saying that because new student Kira is the most adorable person to ever exist. As I'm taking over Rebecca's Teen Wolf recapping duties for this week, let's get to it, shall we?

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