Teen Wolf 5 Seasons 2012

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Season 2
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When Lydia goes missing from the hospital, werewolves and hunters alike begin a search to discover not only where she is, but what she's become.

Starring:
Tyler Posey, Dylan O'Brien
Runtime:
42 minutes
Original air date:
June 3, 2012

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Season 2

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Genres Drama, Thriller, Romance, Comedy, Horror
Starring Tyler Posey, Dylan O'Brien
Supporting actors Tyler Hoechlin, Holland Roden, Linden Ashby, Crystal Reed, JR Bourne, Melissa Ponzio, Ian Bohen, Seth Gilliam, Orny Adams, Daniel Sharman, Keahu Kahuanui, Colton Haynes, Arden Cho, Charlie Carver, Max Carver, Eaddy Mays, Jill Wagner, Matthew Del Negro
Season year 2012
Network MTV
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Customer Reviews

It was a great cast and story line.
Denise Kirch
This season had more drama, more suspense, more action, more romance, and well it had it all.
TravisJames
Binge watched every episode...again!
Shirley in Oshcosh

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Candace D. Morin on September 2, 2012
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I have always loved fantasy horror.... vampires, werewolves, ghosts....the horror genre that does NOT involve chopping people up, eating them or anything that could actually happen in this crazy world! Finding new material directed at the older generation is difficult since we are supposed to outgrow these tastes, I suppose in favor of more sophisticated material (reality shows?). The odd time a truly well done adult series is picked up, it rarely lasts (The Firm, Missing, Firefly...)

I almost never tried this series because of the title "TEEN Wolf". And the main characters ARE teenagers but with several interesting adult characters thrown in for good measure. The script is clever, the special effects are wonderful and I found the whole package very entertaining.
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35 of 43 people found the following review helpful By LMG on August 26, 2012
Format: DVD
First of all (with due respect to the characters): This is a work of FICTION (and 22-23 year olds are playing the part of 16 year olds)!! It was never intended to be Shakespeare. It is very possible that the first season took everyone by surprise by its success and the idea for a second season was not necessarily fully crystalized. It is, after all, on MTV and not TNT or USA. That said, the show did a superb job taking things in a new direction and avoided the triteness of trying to imitate what one might see on HBO, "Vampire Diaries", or "Twilight". The special effects alone deserve kudos and the cast is uniformly strong and varied. We are treated to:1)A "murder" mystery;2)Suspense;3)Surprises;4)Cliff hangers;and 5)3-Dimensional characters, among other things. The show has been so successful that it has been picked up for a third season and moved to LA from Georgia which is certainly a step up and a vote of confidence (look how fast the 2nd season DVD is being offered compared to its predecessor). Now for the criticism voiced above:1)The show is designed for a youthful audience and the attractiveness of the cast is undoubtedly deliberate; it is called "eye candy" and the lack of shirts and other nudity is exactly what one would expect. You don't want your cast to look like werewolves even when they're not; 2)Lydia remains a partial mystery as does the "veterinarian" and his "daughter?" which is what one looks forward to; 3)The Argents were evidently a prominent family in the city.Read more ›
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By TravisJames on August 31, 2012
Format: DVD
This season had more drama, more suspense, more action, more romance, and well it had it all. Some things weren't always easy to understand but each episode made things more and more clear and made me eventually just shut up and enjoy how it all went down! A great start and a good ending that had the viewers wondering what would happen next season. Is Gerard dead? Is Peter really back to "HELP"? Are the alphas coming to cause trouble?

If one simply watches and enjoys instead of spending all day to write a review about the shows logic and flaws, because they want everything explained to them in third grade logic, they would find this a great season for Teen Wolf. Not everyone will like this season and respect it as it deserves but not everyone can write a 12 episode masterpiece for FREE Tv. Jeff Davis, his writing crew, and all the actors enjoyed making this season and I enjoyed watching it. I feel bad for the people too close minded to give the show a chance because of the whole "oh some girl teenage show" because it isn't. It is mainly for teens but everyone probably from 13-50 can enjoy it. It was well written and I enjoy the mysteries the first two seasons gave us although originally not liking Jackson as the Kanima. Great show though!
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Dorothea Sharp on March 6, 2014
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My wife and I have sat here and watched every possible episode! We can not believe it! After all, we are of the age of the original Teen Wolf and Teen Wolf 2 movies!

Who cares....great show...just don't tell our kids!
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Format: DVD
The Werewolf transformations are generally pretty weak owing to their low budgets but they make up for the lame transformation with stronger stories and good character development. Now understand I do have a bias here. I love werewolf themed dvd's tv and movies so I half way love any werewolf themed media. Howl-Ever this Teen Wolf: Season 2 builds on the story foundation laid so carefully in Season One. I love the demensionality of the characters in that the good guys are not always good and the bad guys are not totally bad. You see characters grow in their roles and their on screen personas are all the better for it.

True to its MTV roots the subject matter is teen oriented but as a 50 plus year old man I still find it amazingly interesting. I won't share what happens this season since many reviews do so better than I and I never spoil a good werewolf show. I will say that for a fun werewolf themed romp Teen Wolf: Season 2 is a must have DVD set. If you are an older person don't let the MTV product tag scare you away. Yes the kids in Teen Wolf: Season 2 are very kid like but the older people are not always the stereotypical adult jerks that almost hate kids.

Some of the acting is over the top but in a nice way that never seems forced or entirely unreal. The best fact that so highly recommends Teen Wolf: Season 2 is that it is pure werewolf fun. The problems of being a Teen Werewolf are explored in each episode in ways sometimes humorous, odd and serious. Teen Wolf: Season 2 earned its five star rating from me and would get 10 stars if I could make it happen.
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