The Wolf Pack is coming back for another season!
The announcement was made during the show's Comic-Con panel, as thousands of fans cheered for the shows stars Tyler Posey, Dylan O'Brien, Tyler Hoechlin, Holland Roden, Shelley Hennig and Dylan Sprayberry.
Season five will have 20 episodes, and each will be an hour long.
The drama's fourth season is currently airing on MTV and the renewal is hardly a surprise.
Teen Wolf is one of MTV's top shows, premiering to 2.2 million viewers when it returned June 23, reported TV line.
Another big surprise by the team was newcomer Dylan Sprayberry, who plays werewolf Liam, will be upgraded to series regular.
Executive producer Jeff Davis said, "He's ready to be a werewolf, but he's not ready to be a hero."
"They're unique," Shelley Hennig said of Stiles and Malia's relationship. "They're unlike most relationships in high school," she added.
Their relationship may not last too well though.
"They may have a rocky road ahead," Davis teased. "When a certain secret about her parentage comes out."
Also, Derek has kept 'losing his powers' a secret.
"He's going to have to figure out who he is when he's not a werewolf," Tyler Hoechlin said of Derek's big change. "It's being a human, moving on and finding your identity."
Lydia will also struggle to find her identity as a banshee, a journey that will run high this season as the audience will more about her family and her past.
"One of the things we've really enjoyed about crafting Lydia's arc is that we can do it slowly," Davis said.
"We can do it over seasons and seasons. It's a struggle for her to master her powers, and we're going to see in the next two episodes how she struggles with that," he added.
In a trailer for upcoming episodes, every member of the pack is seen in dire straits, including Derek, who appears to be dying.
The gang is also changing the rules of the dead pool game by making their own list of assassins to kill.
There's "a lot of decision-making" in the coming weeks, Davis explained. "A lot of character are coming to a finish. One of the last lines Peter says is, 'It was my bite that changed your life; it's my bite that can end it.'"
Teen Wolf season 4 airs Mondays at 10 p.m. ET/PT on MTV.