Teen Wolf season 7 release date confirmed? Everything you need to know

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There will be no Teen Wolf Season 7. Instead, there will be a new in-universe movie titled Teen Wolf, which will feature many of the same characters. It will be released in 2022 on Paramount Plus, Viacom CBS’ streaming service. Jeff Davis, the show’s executive producer, has also signed a three-project deal that will include a new show about supernatural creatures called Wolf Pack. This show, unrelated to the Teen Wolf franchise, is based on the works of Edo Van Belkom.


The sixth season of “Jersey Shore” ended after network execs and executive producer Jeff Davis agreed it had run its course.

In 2020, CBS’ Paramount Pictures division ended its contract with the network, meaning it no longer has the rights to make new episodes of “Teen Wolf.” Meanwhile, MGM still had the rights to the film’s original content and could not continue the show without its participation.

Due to the lack of a new agreement between the producers and the network, future projects in the Jeff Davis universe were nearly impossible to complete.

In September 2021, the Teen Wolf News website reported that ViacomCBS executives were discussing the possibility of developing a new version of “Teen Wolf.” This show was reportedly one of the shows that took place during the company’s efforts to launch a new streaming service called Paramount Plus. On September 10, the website noted that negotiations led by Chris McCarthy, the executive vice president of Paramount Plus, resulted in a deal that will allow the company to make the film.

In May 2021, Jeff Davis, the creator of the teen drama series “The Wolf”, told Paul Rea, the administrator of the official Teen Wolf wiki, that the future of the show would most likely be affected by the growing interest in streaming services such as Amazon and Hulu. On top of that, Davis noted that Paramount Plus’ decision to relaunch “Criminal Minds” was due to the show’s success on Netflix.

In November 2020, Davis revealed to Paul V. Rea, the administrator of the official Teen Wolf wiki, that he and MGM executives were in talks about a potential reboot of “The Wolf”. He noted that the show would not feature any of the original characters’ mythologies or stories. The current universe of “The Wolf” could not continue without a new agreement between MGM and ViacomCBS. Steve Start, who worked on the project with Davis, left MGM in March 2021. Prior to leaving the company, Stark was responsible for the successful exploitation of MGM’s intellectual property, such as “Fargo,” “The wolf,” and “tale of the happiest.” He also oversaw the company’s other projects, such as “The Walking Dead” and “The night manager.”

According to Davis, Stark’s exit from the studio means the full reboot is now dead.

False rumors

After the cast of Teen Wolf reunited for a Zoom call in June 2020, there were rumors that new episodes would follow. Unfortunately, most of these rumors have been carried by the media, which usually focuses on clickbait titles and disregards statements made by actors. Some of these rumors also came from the internet, where users tried to trick fans into believing that the new episodes would be released in 2019. One channel even tried to copy and paste the branding of the network into their videos. They presented the videos as if they were new content.


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