‘Teen Wolf: The Movie‘ by Paramount+ has been considered the movie to be presented at the Emmys under the category Outstanding Television Movie, this year. The movie is an adaptation of the 2011 ‘Teen Wolf series that became popular among the audience and lasted up to six seasons. The movie continues at the same point where the series ended and brought back lots of curiosity and thrill among the viewers. MTV series ‘Teen Wolf‘ was recently in buzz for its seventh season but was canceled due to production reasons.
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The supernatural thriller that is made into a movie depicts the same cast and some of the familiar faces reprising their role.
The lead of the ‘Teen Wolf: The Movie’ Tyler Posey seemed to be excited for the movie entering the Emmy awards. In an interview, Posey who retuned in his role as Scott McCall, the True Alpha werewolf and leader of the pack, after five years of sobriety, saying: “The older you get – the more comfortable you get as a person, you settle into yourself more. And that’s what I brought to Scott McCall. I’m more present. I’m sober now, and it was the first time I was in ‘Teen Wolf’ sober. I was a pothead before. I was always high. So it’s nice to be present and fully aware.”–according to Variety.
As the plot of the movie opens up in the present day, almost 15 years have passed since the finale of the MTV series premiered. A new terror in the town is threatening. Located in the small California town of Beacon Hills, Scott McCall now an adult answers the call to protect his hometown, building a strong team to ward off their deadly enemy.
‘Teen Wolf- The Series’ is considered it’s about Scott McCall, an introvert who is bitten by a werewolf before he starts his sophomore year. He now has to learn the perks and stress of being a teen wolf and the way to keep this secret. The ending of Teen Wolf was a beautiful yet sad farewell to the characters that we saw growing and loved them over the years.
Many other TV series that is turned into a full-length movie like Hulu’s Fire Island, Weird: The Al Yankovic Story, Another is Peacock’s Sick and animated movies like Paramount’s Beavis and Butt-head Do the Universe.
Paramount’s other movie submissions include Fantasy Football, Honor Society, Jerry & Marge Go Large, Secret Headquarters and Significant Other.