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'Teen Wolf' Star Comes Out As Gay

1/12/2016 5:50pm EST
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Charlie Carver of “Teen Wolf” is coming out as gay. The 27-year-old actor posted an Instagram message that shared his reveal in five parts.

One post read: “Be who you needed when you were younger.”

The “Teen Wolf” star talked about his youth and how he knew it was time to come out.

Charlie Carver wrote: "About a year ago, I saw this photo while casually scrolling through my Instagram one morning. I’m not one for inspirational quotes … Nonetheless, I screen-capped the picture and saved it. It struck me for some reason."

Pt 5: But what can I do? How can I participate? Honesty is probabl...

10 Best TV Bromances: Are Your Favorites On The List?

9/26/2014 2:00pm EDT
10 Best TV Bromances: Are Your Favorites On The List?
Diehard, co-dependent friendships have become the stuff TV legend, not the "Pick me, choose me, love me" romances of the past. If "Orange Is The New Black" then so is the bromance. In honor bromance-based "Hawaii Five-0's" season premiere (and fast appraching 100th episode, I am counting down the 10 best TV bromances in returning shows.

Start with Number 10...

10. Walter and Jesse on AMC's "Breaking Bad"

Technically the show ended in 2013, there's no denying the bizarre bromance between the cancer-stricken chemistry teacher Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and his meth-h...

'Teen Wolf' Season 4 Finale Recap: An Uneven Season Brings A Strangely Satisfying Finale

9/9/2014 10:09am EDT
'Teen Wolf' Season 4 Finale Recap: An Uneven Season Brings A Str
After a disappointing season, Teen Wolf delivers on the finale by completing ignoring what happened this season. Also, by completely ignoring what makes Teen Wolf so Teen Wolf.

Remember how much hope we had for the Benefactor storyline? Remember how excited we were for Lydia to embrace her banshee powers and get more involved? Remember how we used to love Teen Wolf? Remember DANNY?

I’m not sure Teen Wolf does either. In its fourth season Teen Wolf was in a state of transition state with Allison dying and an unforgettable villain perfectly performed by Dylan O’Brien. So they concocted a s...

'Teen Wolf' Season 4 Episode 11 Recap: Less Teen Melodrama, Please

9/2/2014 8:37am EDT
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After last week’s pretty disappointing “Monstrous,” Teen Wolf delivers a more character-focused episode that still leaves me feeling a little empty inside.

Maybe we’ve been spoiled for the past few season of Teen Wolf, but it’s generally around this time that the plot and energy kind of explodes into what I can only describe as 44 minutes of the characters scrambling around to dubstep as they try and find their footing. The stakes were always raised and they were always based in character. You can actually trace it back all the way to the beginning. In fact, I will break down penultimate e...

'Teen Wolf' Recap: Peter Hale Is The Villain We Deserve

8/25/2014 8:20am EDT
Remember season one? No else does either. It was laughably bad sometimes thanks to a low budget and some choice cinematography, but Teen Wolf's first season is one I generally remember fondly though I don't remember many plot points but I have done my homework Since Teen Wolf's fourth season is at a crossroads, it feels natural that it is essentially rebooting itself and digging into its season one roots. But remember how you don't remember season one?

This whole rebooting business has irked me quite a bit lately. Teen Wolf has added more characters and complications than necessary, cutti...

'Teen Wolf' Recap: The Benefactor Reveal Wasn't Disappointing, It Was Awful

8/19/2014 8:45am EDT
'Teen Wolf' Recap: The Benefactor Reveal Wasn't Disappointing, I
The Benefactor is supposed to be some big reveal but I can’t help but feel cheated. Cheated of this great big reveal only for it to mean absolutely nothing because I was too busy trying to make sense of what the hell actually happened this episode. There were convoluted plots that were poorly explained, awful pacing and awkward edits. I’m declaring it: this episode is the worst episode of recent memory for Teen Wolf, even after it started out so strong.

What’s so freaking problematic about this is that it just feels off. I’m sure the editors did their best with such a choppy script that we...

'Teen Wolf' Recap: Quarantine Within A Quarantine, Inception Style

8/5/2014 8:41am EDT
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Teen Wolf goes from supernatural to sci-fi this week in a way that mirrors real-life in a very sad way. Nothing on this show can touch the tragedy of the Ebola outbreak, but it’s strangely poignant to be reminded of such real world stakes.

On a lighter note, our episode begins with our assassin/pseudo-Frankenstein concocting a special poison against his werewolf monster. He looks like that bug salesman assassin from that one episode of Buffy. He listens for instructions on how to get the ca-ching on a tape, which we also hear…

Scott and Stiles listen to. Something about wire transfers and...

'Teen Wolf' Recap: Teenage Assassins Meet Their Demise, Everyone Embraces For Other Reasons

7/29/2014 8:35am EDT
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This was such a heavy episode of Teen Wolf. After last week’s shenanigans, I figured it just be another week of Teenage Assassins, but instead Teen Wolf plays on its relationships more than anything.

There's something to be said for this transitionary year of Teen Wolf.Sure, it's basically ignored most of its core players -- there has been no talk of Isaac or Danny, for example -- but it's also putting the emotional stuff on these relationships we've watched for four seasons now. I don't think I'd care about this show at all if it weren't for the Scott and Stiles scenes and Lydia's friends...

'Teen Wolf' Recap: Lacrosse & Lycanthropy

7/22/2014 11:50am EDT
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Here's a PSA to supernatural creatures: stay away from Beacon Hills. And Beacon County. There have been werewolf attacks, kanima paralysis, packs of Alphas, crazy maybe-bisexual Druids, nogitsunes, and now a freaking Deadpool of assassins trying to kill anyone for a buck. Out of the 30,000 people who live in Beacon Hills, I recommend abandoning ship.

Like this blond werewolf chick who I desperately rooted to stay alive. I know it was impossible for her to stay alive because she appeared before the credits, but still. She fought off the impossibly tiny little assassin named Violet before i...

'Teen Wolf' Recap: The Lake House

7/15/2014 10:18am EDT
'Teen Wolf' Recap: The Lake House
The Sheriff’s department is on the roof, waiting for one of the experts to investigate the murder. You know it's a big deal when the entire department is on the roof (and with a helicopter!). Then, as if the bat signal summoned him, Derek Hale arrives on the scene. Actually, Derek has always been Batman, he's just now embracing it. They investigate the cannibalistic teenager, who is a Wendigo – cannibalistic shapeshifters. But something smells wolfy.

That would be Liam, who is held in duct tape against his will at Scott's house. Scott and Stiles didn't really think this through, other than...

'Teen Wolf' Recap: Lacrosse Is Back, Plus A Serious #SoNotChaste Moment

7/8/2014 10:49am EDT
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Lacrosse is back people! Mama McCall is in danger! Stiles is a dweeb! Derek is still cut off from the rest of the group! Parrish and Lydia have a weird, inappropriate tension! It’s the third episode of the season, folks, and things are picking up but also appropriately slowing down. Teen Wolf is usually so focused about wolf-y things that it forgets the teen part of it. Not tonight. Everyone is paired off with a love interest (except arguably Lydia?) and either makes googly eyes or just makes out. The main concern of the episode is about lacrosse. It’s been like a whole 27 episodes since th...

'Teen Wolf' Recap: It’s Not A Hellmouth But It’s Totally A Hellmouth

7/1/2014 11:05am EDT
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Can we talk about Beacon Hills being a hellmouth? Because it absolutely is a hellmouth. Bad things are attracted to Beacon Hills: werewolfs, nogitsunes, kanimas, dark druids, berserkers, hunters, demons, geriatric grandfathers. That new deputy in the Sheriff’s department has no idea what is to come.

But I think that in spite of all these monsters, the worst one might be Kate. Kate, the human turned were-jaguar (she’s probably that, right?). Kate is a sociopath, a crazy bitch but also a predator.

All of her manipulations with Derek prove such. Back in the day, a very Young Peter and Derek...

23 Reasons To Howl For MTV's 'Teen Wolf'

6/23/2014 10:21am EDT
23 Reasons To Howl For MTV's 'Teen Wolf'
MTV's Teen Wolf returns tonight on MTV. The show has heart, love, a little gore, some horror, patented humor and some male objectification. Aka, half-naked men. What more could you ask for from a MTV show? Except, you can ask for more. Teen Wolf delivers on entertainment, pathos. Here's 23 reasons to howl that it's coming back. Even if the show can't go back.

1. The awesome, techno-rave music that plays during fight sequences.

Imagine the music pumping. There is something to be said for dance music during a fighting scene. Classic dubstep/club music makes the fight scenes intense. It...

9 Best TV Series' Adapted From A Feature Film

4/30/2014 4:00pm EDT
9 Best TV Series' Adapted From A Feature Film
More often than not, a popular television series will be capitalized upon in a quick-release feature film that often becomes a forgotten fragment of an actor or actresses work. But, there are even fewer great television series that are based on a movie. In fact there are so few that 9 was the magic number for this list. A great television series has to capture the audience's attention and make them want to tune in weekly, despite the myriad of choices they have. These in particular, did the job and well.

1. Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Series and Film)

There are very few people who recall th...

An Intimate Chat With 'Teen Wolf' Star Keahu Kahuanui

2/21/2014 1:29pm EST
An Intimate Chat With 'Teen Wolf' Star Keahu Kahuanui
Keahu Kahuanui is the Hawaiian hunk who can currently be seen starring as Danny Mahealani on MTV's hit show, Teen Wolf. He can also be seen on Hawaii Five-O, and The Secret Life of the American Teenager. His talents and interests are so vast and refreshing. He often geeks out over sci-fi and shows support for the genre, NASA and science in his pursuits. He even appeared on Cocktails to discuss his love of all things nerdy and comics with the legendary Stan Lee.

I recently spoke with Keahu about his acting and other interests.

Please describe what Teen Wolf is about for those who may not ...

Dylan O'Brien (Stiles) And Executive Producer Jeff Davis Chat 'Teen Wolf' (Video)

10/23/2013 2:20pm EDT
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Earlier this month, MTV announced a pick-up for season four of the hit show, Teen Wolf—even before the second half of the third season begins airing in January.

Dylan O’Brien, who plays Stiles, and Linden Ashby, who plays his father, appeared at New York Comic Con to discuss the pick-up and what fans can expect.

I got a couple quick minutes to talk with O’Brien, as well as with executive producer Jeff Davis at the event. Here’s what they had to say.

If you haven’t had a chance to watch Teen Wolf because you heard the first season wasn’t very good, you’re missing out. It’s quickly bec...

Bianca Lawson: Cult TV Favorite From 'Buffy' To 'Teen Wolf'

9/11/2013 12:27pm EDT
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It's a cool thing for any actor to be part of something that becomes a cult hit. Bianca Lawson has had the good fortune of landing on several popular TV shows, from her breakout role on Buffy The Vampire Slayer to her recurring part on Teen Wolf. Recently, BFTV sat down with Bianca to chat about what that feels like.

She first came to our attention in 1997 as Kendra Young, the doomed Slayer on Buffy. Since then, she's had ongoing roles as Emily Bennett on The Vampire Diaries and Maya St. Germain on Pretty Little Liars, and we're currently waiting to find out what's up with her Marin Morrel...

'Teen Wolf' S3-E12 Recap: 'Now You See Me'

8/20/2013 1:28pm EDT
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Well, that wasn’t too bad, was it? Happy endings all around, Kali and the Darach aside. Of course, God only knows what’s coming to town after the kids put the “beacon” back in “Beacon Hills.” But, for now, everyone’s safe, sound, and moderately okay–even the scarring was kept to a minimal, with the exception being Scott, Stiles, and Allison and their newly-darkened hearts. Those should provide Teen Wolf with plenty of deep and personal character drama in the future, but let’s not get ahead of ourselves…we’ve still got “Lunar Ellipse(/Eclipse?)” to discuss!

Post-sacrificial deaths, Scott, S...

'Teen Wolf' S3-E11 Recap: 'Family Matters'

8/14/2013 8:37am EDT
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“Alpha Pact” picked up right where last week’s breathtaking episode left off, with Scott and his mother gone and everyone else reconvening in the hospital parking lot. After literally slapping an unconscious Derek awake, Stiles sent him off to find Cora and run, then opted to remain at the hospital to delay the cops; the Argents found Isaac alone (Peter ran off after spotting the hunting duo), and Derek filled the trio in on Scott and his mother’s whereabouts. With everyone up to speed, the real fun began: a new character came to town, allegiances shifted, budding relationships developed, a...

'Teen Wolf' S3-E10 Recap: Under The Mistletoe

8/6/2013 2:52pm EDT
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With a vicious storm, a dying wolf, and one flighty Darach, “The Overlooked” managed to bring almost all of Teen Wolf‘s current heroes, anti-heroes, and villains under one roof for a nonstop thrill ride of corny one-liners (cough, “Let’s rumble,” cough), near deaths, kidnappings, and the occasional heart-to-unconscious-heart. Despite the high intensity level (thanks to the impending mid-season finale, which is only two episodes away), “The Overlooked” still took the time to fill in a few plot blanks and illuminate the cracks forming within the Alpha pack’s ranks as everyone converged on Bea...

May DVD and Blu-Ray Highlights: 'Superman,' 'Fringe' and 'Teen Wolf'

6/2/2013 3:31pm EDT
Superman Unbound
Here are some of the DVD and Blu-Ray highlights from May: Warner Premiere's Superman: Unbound, Warner Home Video's Fringe: The Complete Fifth and Final Season, and MGM's Teen Wolf: Season Two.

Superman: Unbound [Blu-Ray/DVD Combo Pack; also available on Blu-Ray, two-disc DVD Special Edition and single-disc DVD]: This latest DC Universe animated feature boasts an intriguing voice cast, led by Matt Bomer (White Collar) as Superman, which is amusing for the fans who'll recall that Bomer's name was one of those rumored to be up for the part with Superman Returns. Joining Bomer, who actually ma...

'Teen Wolf' Stars Crystal Reed And Daniel Sharman Are Dating

8/29/2012 12:58pm EDT
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Teen Wolf Co-Stars Crystal Reed And Daniel Sharman Are Dating.

The actors, who play Allison Argent and Isaac Lahey on the hit teen series, have found love behind the scenes.

They were spotted enjoying a romantic day out in Los Angeles on Monday, strolling around shopping center The Grove hand-in-hand.

What do you think of these two as a couple?

Linden Ashby Talks Teen Wolf With Starpulse

7/29/2012 1:43pm EDT
Linden Ashby stars as Sherriff Stilinski on MTV’s Teen Wolf, has appeared in various soap operas and has utilized his martial arts skills in various movies such as Mortal Combat. Linden chats with us about being Stilinski, the character with no first name, what it was like acting on a soap opera and what’s up next for him.

Starpulse: Tell me about your character on Teen Wolf.

Linden: My character is Sherriff Stilinski, and I don’t have a first name on that show. It’s kind of a joke because Stiles is my son on the show and he doesn’t have a first name and I’m Stilinski and I don’t have a...