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Season Four
Teen Wolf
Teen Wolf - Season 4
Season Premiere June 23rd, 2014
Season Finale September 8th, 2014
Episode Count 12
Cast Tyler Posey; Dylan O'Brien; Tyler Hoechlin; Holland Roden; Arden Cho; Shelley Hennig
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Season Four of Teen Wolf aired on MTV from June 23rd, 2014 to September 8th, 2014, totaling twelve episodes, which is a return to its original episode totals from seasons one and season two. The third season of the show ran for twenty-four episodes, but were split up into two 12-episode arcs.

Season four saw the return of all of the original cast members from season three, except for Crystal Reed, whose character, Allison Argent, was killed off in season climax. Tyler Posey returns as Scott McCall with Dylan O'Brien as trusty sidekick Stiles Stilinski. Tyler Hoechlin reprises the role of Derek Hale, for what will be his final season on the show. Holland Roden is back as the mysterious Banshee Lydia Martin. Season three guest stars Arden Cho and Shelley Hennig are now bumped up to series regulars in the roles of Kitsune (werefox) Kira Yukimura and werecoyote Malia Tate (respectively). This season also saw a return of Jill Wagner in the role of Kate Argent, who has gone through some serious permutations since we saw her back in season one. Then of course there's that wily ole Ian Bohen as the morally questionable former Alpha wolf Peter Hale. Sustaining themselves as the human glue that keeps the fictional town of Beacon Hills together is Melissa Ponzio as Melissa McCall, Linden Ashby as Sheriff Stilinski and Seth Gilliam as Alan Deaton. Actor JR Bourne also returns reprising the role of Christopher Argent.

As with most seasons of the show, season four deals with multiple storylines. There are two main subplots explored in this season, which also paves the way for exploring new supernatural mythologies as well. One storyline involves a Mexican cartel that hunts down werewolves, which brings the characters into conflict with werejaguar Kate Argent, and actually prompts the main cast to leave Beacon Hills for once. The back-end storyline revolves around the mysterious "Benefactor", who has created a dead pool where amateur hunters go out and prey on unsuspecting supernaturals in the hopes of winning a monetary prize. Yeah, and there's also these things called Berserkers. Damned hard to kill.

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  • This season comprises episodes 51-62.

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  • Region: Region 1
  • Total running time: 514 minutes.
  • Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1
  • Languages: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French.
  • Aspect ratio: 1:78:1 (widescreen)
  • ASIN: B00LNNVV4M

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