Teen Wolf: Season Two Review

Teen Wolf: Season Two Review

Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.

Title: Teen Wolf: Season Two

Release Date: May 21, 2013


Teen Wolf jumps full force into season two with even more suspenseful drama than season one. Scott McCall, a teenager with a wild secret, continues to find himself caught in a supernatural war between hunters and werewolves. Scott must keep his forbidden romance with Allison a secret while keeping his friends and family safe from new Alpha wolf Derek.

Teen Wolf Season 2 DVD Special Features

  • Teen Wolf Season 2 at Paleyfest – celebrate Season 2 of MTV’s critically acclaimed series Teen Wolf with a panel discussion featuring the show’s cast and creative team
  • Teen Wolves: Meet the New Pack – meet new cast members Sinqua Walls (Boyd), Gage Golighlty (Erica) and Daniel Sharman (Isaac) and get their take on their roles in Season 2
  • Alternate, Deleted and Extended Scenes
  • Alternate Stiles Takes
  • Teen Wolf CGI Reel
  • Fight Choreography
  • Shirtless Montage 2.0
  • Gag Reel
  • Commentary featuring Jeff Davis and Christian Taylor

My Review: 

I assumed wrong about the show, Teen Wolf. I don’t know why I thought it would like the movie from the 80’s starring Michael J. Fox. Sure, I liked the movie, but didn’t think it would make a good TV series. I ended up sitting down to watch Teen Wolf: Season Two on DVD and was blown away how good it was. Some of the characters do have the same names as the ones from the original movie. However, that’s where the resemblance stops. Whereas Teen Wolf (the movie) was not scary or suspenseful, Teen Wolf (the show) is fast-paced, edge of your seat kind of suspense. Think Vampire Diaries only better!

Remember I hadn’t seen Season 1 so I went in practically blind about what happened in the previous episodes. Thankfully, John watched the show and filled me in on a couple things, but for the most part, I was able to immerse myself fairly quickly into season two without being too confused.

Scott is the main character of the show and he is in a secret relationship with Allison Argent. Allison’s family are werewolf hunters so their romance is forbidden. It was sweet to watch them sneak moments here and there and I really liked them as a couple. Scott is considered an Omega, aka a lone wolf, since he does not belong to a pack. His best friend is Stiles, who is quirky and funny (like the best friend from the original movie). Then there’s Jackson, the team captain of the lacrosse and Lydia, the kooky and kinda creepy girl who is immune to a werewolf bite.

There’s a reptilian creature on the loose in Beacon Hills and it’s killing people. Scott and his friends, the Argents and Derek and his wolf pack are trying to find it before it can kill more people. This creature is very strong and has the power to paralyze you with just a flick of venom. The viewer also doesn’t know much about the creature and who in town it actually is. It’s very suspenseful leading up to where we learn the person it is and the backstory behind it.

The way Season Two ends makes me want to watch Season Three now! I can’t wait to see what happens next to my favourite characters. I guess for now though to satisfy my Teen Wolf craving, I’ll go back and watch Season One to see what I missed!

Stacie Vaughan

Stacie is the mom of two girls and lives in Ontario, Canada. She enjoys cooking/baking, photography, reading, DIY and is fueled by lots of coffee!

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