Coming to DVD from MTV is the action packed series TEEN WOLF: Season Two.

This series tells the story of Scott McCall (Tyler Posey), a high school outcast lacrosse player who is bitten by a wolf. He realizes soon enough that that bite has changed him, but not in a good way. Scott is now a werewolf. The only person he can tell is his friend Stiles (Dylan O’Brien) who tries to help. Scott also meets another werewolf Derek (Tyler Hoechlin).

In Season Two Scott and Allison (Crystal Reed) have renewed their relationship but have to keep it from her parents who are werewolf hunters. But Allison’s mother Victoria (Eaddy Mays) have become a teacher at the high school to keep an eye on her.

Derek (Tyler Hoechlin) has decided he will do anything he has to uncovering the Kanima. There are more mysterious deaths and the Argent family will not stop until they discover the connections. Isaac (Daniel Sharman) is accused of murder and it’s going to take everyone to piece the facts together.

What’s more, there is a new alpha pack headed toward the Hale house!

FINAL WORD: MTV has brought fans a series that became an instant hit. In a world of vampires and zombies, TEEN WOLF is an addition that is dark with a complex storyline. There isn’t anything fans don’t like and if you were at Comic Con last year you’d have heard the extremely LOUD cheering when the cast introduced to fans.

Other cast include: Colton Haynes as Jackson Whittemore, Gage Golightly as Erica Reyes, Sinqua Walls as Boyd, Keahu Kahuanui as Danny Mahealani, Arny Adams as Bobby Finstock, Stephen Lunsford as Matt, Michael Hogan as Gerard Argent, Linden Ashby as Sheriff Stilinski, JR Bourne as Chris Argent, Adam Fristoe as Adrian Harris, Seth Gilliam as Dr. Deaton and Bianca Lawson as Ms. Morell.

TUBS OF POPCORN: I give TEEN WOLF three and a half tubs of popcorn out of five. This is an interesting look at an idea from the 80’s. I enjoy the complexity of the story and the characters depth, which is really what fans of television are looking for.

The cast works well together and there are twists and turns that are played out so well. The cinematography and effects just lend themselves to telling the story. It’s great to sit back and watch the DVD and see all the episodes at once.

The DVD comes with all twelve episodes TEEN WOLF at Paleyfest in 2012, Audo Commentary on OMEDA, RAVING and BATTLEFIELD TEEN WOLF cgi reel, Fight choreography reel, alternative, deleted and extended scenes, alternative Stiles takes, gag reel and shirtless montage 2.0 as well as the TEEN WOLVES: MEET THE NEW PACK!

In the end – trust the instinct!

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