The Teen Wolf cast members have bid their goodbyes as the show wrapped up the filming of its 100th and final episode this week.
Holland Roden (Lydia Martin) shared on Instagram her thought on how the MTV supernatural drama changed her life. The actress has been in the series since it first aired in 2011. She was 24 at the time.
Roden extended her appreciation for everyone she worked with on the show. In her message, the actress also expressed her gratitude to showrunner Jeff Davis.
“To my 20s! To my first chapter in my adult life. Today is the day that @teenwolf turns off their cameras and closes their doors. No chapter of my life will quite touch me like #Jeffdavis and the world he created at @teenwolf – the attitude of these shows- the tone that is on set- starts at the top- It has been such a privilege to work for such kind and hard working bosses. I will only continue to peel back the layers of my gratitude of @teenwolf which are to be discovered for years to come.”
Shelley Hennig (Malia Tate), on the other hand, shared a series of tweets about what she called the “best 3 years of my life.” She also thanked Davis for creating Malia. Hennig wrote on Twitter:
“Thank u Jeff Davis for the creation of Malia. I ugly cry while typing this bc she made my life remarkable since she awoke in the woods naked.”
Meanwhile, Khylin Rhambo (Mason Hewitt) shared a heartfelt photo of himself and Dylan Sprayberry. He called his co-star as his “brother.” The actor also showed off the new Teen Wolf tattoo he got to mark his time on the show, MoviePilot noted.
Teen Wolf Stars’ Last Day on Set
Other actors of the hit show also had their last principal photography for the finale on Monday. Hennig, Rhambo, Sprayberry, Ryan Kelley, and Tyler Posey also finished their remaining scenes for the sixth and final season.
Each of them shared on social media some photos of their final day on the set. Linden Ashby (Sheriff Stilinski) confessed on Twitter that he filmed his last scene with Melissa Ponzio (Melissa McCall) and they both became emotional.
Ponzi, on the other hand, also shared several behind-the-scenes snapshots from the last day on the set and a photo of an empty classroom in Beacon Hills High.
Teen Wolf is set to return for its final season this summer. The official premiere date for the final half of the sixth season has yet to be announced. Meanwhile, previous episodes are available for streaming now on MTV.com, the MTV app, and Amazon Prime.
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