MTV’s Teen Wolf begins its 4th season offering more bare-chested hunkiness. The whole cast of regulars is back with the exception of a notable quartet. Crystal Reed’s role was killed off last season, Daniel Sharman left to take a role in The Originals plus Max and Charlie Carver moved on to upcoming HBO series The Leftovers. Reed’s departure provides expanded exposure for Shelley Hennig’s Malia and Arden Cho’s Kira characters. The two will form a strong bond with Holland Roden’s Lydia and become a powerful trio this season.
Dylan Sprayberry, who played the young Clark Kent in Man of Steel, has joined the cast as a cocky lacrosse player. Then there is the return from the dead appearance of Kate Argent, played by Jill Wagner who popped up unexpectedly in the last episode. Former cast member, Colton Haynes, recently tweeted a number of photos of him and Teen Wolf cast members when he visited the set. Contrary to rumor this doesn’t prove that he’ll be making a guest appearance.
Following this first of twelve new episodes is the fan favorite Wolf Watch. The post episode follow-up talk show features producers, writers and cast members chatting about the events from the evening’s episode—a trick that MTV seems to have stolen from the AMC Walking Dead companion, The Talking Dead.
HBO brings the television debut of the Sundance Film Festival winning documentary The Case Against 8. Five years in production, the film looks at the efforts to overturn California’s ban on same-sex marriage.
Under the Dome producer Neal Bear has confirmed that two familiar characters will die in tonight’s first new episode of season two. Though he didn’t confirm the names he narrowed the list down to Sheriff Linda, Moody Norrie, Norrie’s mom Carolyn, DJ Phil Bushey, Slacker teen Ben or Andrea, played by True Blood’s Dale Raoul.