“Teen Wolf” Season 4 premiere is quickly approaching. The show will be gracing our small screens on Monday night’s once again when the hit MTV series returns on June 23. Think you’re ready for the darkness about to take over Beacon Hills? Well, according to the show’s creator Jeff Davis, not even the cast knows the danger they’re in for when the new season premieres.
But here’s what we do know: Season 4 will be even darker and sexier than ever before. Don’t believe us? Just check out the eyebrow-raising opening sequence below:
Get More: MTV Shows
Now that’s something we can sink our teeth into! Although Crystal Reed’s character, Allison Argent, is undeniably missing from the opening credits, it seems that Davis is trying to make up for it with the lack of shirts. Seriously, is it just us or does Tyler Hoechlin get buffer with each passing season?
Fans can also see what characters made it into the main titles now that Reed has left the show. Both Malia's Shelley Hennig and Kira's Arden Cho have found a spot in the eerie opening scene.
But not even main title-additions and shirtless creatures could distract us from this season’s new and mysterious threat, which you can see Stiles trying to unravel in the sequence.
"We have a new central mystery and we're doing something different in we're not introducing a whole new mythology. We're basing this mystery in something very personal actually, something that hits at the heart of all our main characters, Scott, Stiles and Lydia, and Derek, especially. This is going to be a big season for Derek. I think people are going to be surprised,” Davis explained to E! News.
The show's creator also revealed that Season 4 would open up with a scene in Mexico, which totally explains the desert theme.
“It's a mission to find and save Derek," Davis said of why the teens have traveled to the Mexican border. So if you thought Kate Argent had killed off the vicious teen wolf in the Season 3 finale, never fear!
What did you think of the opening credits? Could you find any clues from the main titles? Sound off in the comments section below and don’t forget to tune into “Teen Wolf” on Monday, June 23 at 10 p.m. EDT.