Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but Teen Wolf Season 4 ends on Monday night and only MTV knows when the recently renewed and super-sized Season 5 will begin. So for the time being, we'll all have to just enjoy the sure-to-be crazy season finale and look for our favorite stars in other projects. Thankfully, many in the Teen Wolf cast actually have projects coming out soon.
Check out which actors we can see on the small and big screens this fall. Hopefully it'll make the Teen Wolf withdrawal a little easier to bear.
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The resident Teen Wolf hottie (as far as I’m concerned) finished filming a new project called Undrafted last year, and it is now waiting for a release date. Because of my love for Hoechlin, I’m crossing my fingers that the project will be released soon. The movie also stars Gossip Girl’s Chace Crawford.
Hennig might be in the running for the title of “Scream Queen.” The actress has two horror movies out this year. One is Cybernatural, which is about teens being haunted on their computers, and the other is the Michael Bay-produced big screen adaptation of Oujia. Cybernatural has already been released in Canada and is awaiting US distribution, while Oujia will be released this Halloween.
Big bad Peter Hale will mostly likely reprise his recurring role as Sergeant Edwin Stilwell on NBC’s drama Chicago P.D.
In case you weren’t familiar with his work, Orny Adams is a pretty established comedian. Adams will go back to those comedy stand-up routes in a new documentary called Delivery, which as of yet has no official release date.
Seth Gilliam is a television staple with memorable roles on Oz and The Wire. Gilliam will join the cast of The Walking Dead for Season 5 as Father Gabriel.
Matthew Del Negro
Scott McCall’s FBI Agent father has been working continuously for many years now and this year was no exception. Del Negro was working on both Teen Wolf and the ABC soapy drama Mistresses at the same time. He also co-starred in the film Alex of Venice, The Mindy Project star Chris Messina’s directorial debut. The film will get a theatrical release next year, but will continue to play in festivals around the country for the rest of 2014.
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Colton Haynes, aka Jackson Whittemore, will return as series regular Roy Harper on the hit CW show Arrow.
Charlie and Max Carver, aka The Twins, co-starred in the intense HBO drama The Leftovers, which just finished Season 1 on Sunday night.