Scott McCall’s days in Beacon Hills are numbered. “Teen Wolf” will end with Season 6. Showrunner Jeff Davis made the announcement at San Diego Comic-Con Thursday.

“‘Teen Wolf’ has been an extraordinary journey, one that captured the hearts and imaginations of fans more than we could’ve ever imagined,” Davis said (via the Hollywood Reporter). “We’re eternally grateful for the support we’ve received over these past six years and we’re excited to take our brave fans on one last, thrilling adventure.”

Season 6 will be 20 episodes long and, as usual, be divided in two. Season 6A will debut in November while Season 6B will air in 2017. The series finale will also be the 100th episode of “Teen Wolf.”

The supernatural drama will welcome back several familiar faces when it returns. Peter Hale (Ian Bohen) is going to be back in Season 6. The Hale werewolf that everyone loves to hate was last left in Eichen House after staring into Dr. Valack’s (Steven Brand) eye at the end of Season 4. No one knows what happened to him after that, and he didn’t appear in Season 5.

He isn’t the only one returning. Theo (Cody Christian) is also coming back, Entertainment Weekly reports. The chimera was last seen being pulled into a hole in the ground by his dead sister. “Teen Wolf” viewers will have to hope he comes back a little less manipulative. After all, Scott (Tyler Posey) is going to have bigger villains to fight. Find out more about the Ghost Riders and the Nazi werewolf HERE.

Watch a teaser for the final season of “Teen Wolf” below:

“Teen Wolf” Season 6, the final season, airs on MTV this fall.

Teen Wolf canceled Scott (Tyler Posey) will fight his last battles in “Teen Wolf” Season 6. The MTV drama is in its final season. Photo: MTV