For Teen Wolf’s sixth and final season, the Ghost Riders have arrived in Beacon Hills. Even worse? They’re taking Stiles, effectively erasing him from existence.
Cast members Tyler Posey, Holland Roden, Shelley Hennig, Linden Ashby, and Melissa Ponzio joined showrunner Jeff Davis for a panel at New York Comic Con to talk all about the new season. After giving those in attendance a first look at the opening scene of season 6, the conversation went straight to Stydia — not surprising considering the latest trailer.
In regards to Stiles’ “I love you,” Holland Roden claimed, “You don’t know who he’s talking to necessarily,” before Hennig jokingly chimed in with, “There’s enough of Stiles for everybody.”
Davis was there to clear up some things regarding Stydia. “I think it’s all up there on the screen,” Davis said, before adding that because it’s the final season, “We want to bring some relationships full circle. We want to give the audience at least a few things they want.”
But Davis won’t be giving fans everything they want. When it comes to Hayden and Liam’s relationship, Davis said the couple is going to go through some rough times. “They might be pulled apart inexplicably,” he said. “They’re going to be butting heads a little.”
As for what Scott’s up to, Posey revealed the true alpha will, once again, struggle to lead his pack. “If I were able to hold the pack together, it wouldn’t be an entertaining show,” Posey said, adding, “Scott fails once again.”
Long story short, Davis said no one will get much happiness this season. Furthermore, he said, “Certain characters may find their end in this last season.” When the writers returned to craft the final episodes, Davis said the first question they asked themselves was, “Who can we kill?”
However, Davis did reveal one spin-off idea that never came to fruition. At one point in the series’ run, Davis said he thought of doing a show about “Eichen House as its own spin-off where Dr. Deaton would be the head of Eichen House [and] would gather all sorts of supernatural teams.”
Here’s to hoping that idea comes back around once Teen Wolf ends. Watch the opening scene of season 6 below:
Teen Wolf season 6 premieres Tuesday, Nov. 15 at 9 p.m. ET on MTV.