Teen Wolf season 6 will be a tough season for Scott McCall, Stiles Stilinkski, and the Beacon Hills gang, as they will have to go up against a new powerful enemy, called Ghost Riders, who have the power to erase people from reality.
TV Fanatic has confirmed that the final season of MTV's drama series Teen Wolf will premiere on 15 November on the network. The show usually returns in June, but the premiere date was pushed because of injury sustained by Dylan O'Brien while filming the Maze Runner 3.
Tyler Posey who plays Scott in the show spoke to Entertainment Weekly and teased "Scott and Stiles bromance". He said, "In the beginning of season 6, they are not better than ever, [but] they kind of come back to the season 1 vibe. Everything's laid out on the table, there's nothing hiding between the two of them and that really creates a really solid bond or brings back the bond that they used to have."
According to Posey, season 6 will see the best friends come closer. The 24-year-old actor said, "They're in the same frame of mind that they were in, in the first season, but they've gone through all of this stuff together, so they're way more mature and wiser and more comfortable with each other, so you just see the love between Stiles and Scott grow even more and fans are going to fall in love with that. It's a new level of Sciles."
In Teen Wolf season 5 Scott's pack was torn apart, but the actor is hopeful that everyone will be on good terms in Beacon Hills when season 6 premieres. "Scott has a really open heart and everybody who helps him out he wants to be in his pack," Posey said.
Speaking about Scott's relationship with Hayden and Parrish, the actor explained, "I think he feels the love coming from Parrish and Hayden and realizes they're not evil. It was questionable with Parrish, we didn't know what the hell he was, what he was capable of, so I think he had him on the fence a little bit. Same thing with Hayden because she was in Theo's pack, but now, since all that is over, Scott's realizing that he needs all the help that he can get."