Hot guys ripping off their shirts, supernatural fighting scenes and intense romance. What I’m I talking about? Teen Wolf, the MTV drama about a young guy named Scott Mccall that gets bitten by a werewolf, transforming him from a wallflower into a howling hottie. My boyfriend’s (love you Chris!) little sister Ashley got me hooked on the show. And yes I know I should have outgrown the teenybopper fase by now. But who doesn’t love supernatural, action filled dramas with fierce love stories? And did I mention the hot shirtless guys already?
The show starts out with Scott, who suffers from asthma, and his best friend Stiles Stilinski, the son of the local sheriff, learning about half a corpse (the bottom half) that was found in the woods of their hometown, Beacon Hills. Stiles makes Scott come with him into the woods to find the other half. During their search Scott is attacked by a werewolf, causing him to gain supernatural abilities. All of a sudden his Lacrosse-skills become outstanding, leading to popular girl Lydia Martin recognizing him and her boyfriend Jackson Whittemore hating Scott for taking over the roll of Lacrosse captain. Scott also starts a relationship with the new girl in town, Allison Argent, who turns out to be from a family of werewolf hunters. Scott and Stiles meet Derek Hale, a mysterious werewolf and my favorite, whom they suspect of killing the girl found it the woods.
In Europe Teen Wolf isn’t out yet. We get shows Teen Mom and Jersey Shore, but apparently there is no room for an high-quality drama like Teen Wolf… BUT this doesn’t mean us Europeans (and everyone else that wants to see the show!) can’t watch it. I find Megashare.info to be the best site to watch Teen Wolf. If my post got you interested click here to watch the first episode, and I can promise you it’s worth it! And for those of you that think Teen Wolf is only for teenagers: there is enough non-teeny-bopper stuff going on to keep an adult interested! Currently season 1, season 2, season 3a and season 3b (also available on MTV) are out, all consisting of 12 episodes.
Have fun watching, but be warned: this show can be highly addictive!