bit.ly - Watch the teaser Bit.ly - Click to Subscribe! Facebook.com - Become a Fan! Twitter.com - Follow Us! After what feels like a lifetime of waiting, we're finally getting a look at the firs teaser trailer for Teen Wolf's second season. The show will make its return to MTV On June 3rd, and based on the brand new clip out, it seems as though things are sure to be darker and more dramatic than ever. Season 2 will consist of 24 episodes, where we're hoping to get some answers about the new alpha, Scott's possible bad wolf status and whether or not Lydia will be joining the pack. The teaser trailer doesn't give us any spoilers; however, the voiceover does feature several of the cast stating quote: Everyone wants to be a hero. Everyone thinks that when they're moment comes they'll know exactly what to do. At the end of the trailer, we see Tyler Posey, who plays Scott on the show and he closes out the clip saying basically saying that when you're friend is in trouble, you trust the instinct. Helping out a friend is always a great thing, but trusting a wolf-instinct doesn't always seem to work out well for the people on Teen Wolf. According to Ace Showbiz, Tyler Posey recently said that last year Scott was "dealing with his unwanted powers, but now that it seems like there is no cure, he's trying to deal with it more maturely, almost like a superhero." On that note, Crystal Reed, who plays Scott's girlfriend Allison Argent, has some super hero antics up her own sleeve, and ...
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