It's a good time to be a Teen Wolf fan. The supernatural MTV drama ran for six seasons from 2011 to 2017 and whilst the wolf pack fandom has been in hibernation over the past few years, the recent announcement of a Teen Wolf movie has drawn us all out of the woodwork.
Teen Wolf followed the adventures of Scott McCall, played by Tyler Posey, who was thrust into a world full of supernatural beings. After defeating Oni, Skinwalkers, Ghostriders, and a Nogitsune, Scott finally restored peace to the small town of Beacon Hills at the end of the show's sixth and final season.
It seems that peace won't last for long though. Very recently, it was announced that Teen Wolf will return as a movie which is set to debut on the streaming service Paramount+. Details are being kept fairly under wraps for now but we do know that the movie will debut in 2022 and is being led by the show's original creator Jeff Davis.
The cast is yet to be confirmed but many original cast members including Tyler Posey, Holland Roden, Colton Haynes, Dylan Sprayberry, Ian Bohen, JR Bourne, and Cody Christian shared the movie's teaser trailer hinting towards their involvement.
So we know what many members of Teen Wolf's cast will be up to in 2022 but what have they been up to since the show ended? Well your wish is our command. Get comfortable as we dive in.
20. Crystal Reed
Crystal Reed was a founding member of the Teen Wolf cast, bringing to life the delightful Allison Argent - the daughter of werewolf hunter Chris Argent, who would eventually go on to fall in love with the teen wolf himself, Scott McCall. Crystal decided to exit the show following the third season during which her character's death was Teen Wolf's first major departure.
Since leaving the show, Crystal Reed has made a couple of other major TV appearances. The actress portrayed Sofia Falcone, daughter of renowned DC mobster Don Falcone, during the fourth season of Fox's hit DC show, Gotham. Unfortunately, the character only lasted the length of the season after Lee Thompkins shot Sofia in the head placing her in a permanent coma.
Crystal hopped from one DC role to another after she landed the lead role of Abby Arcane in the short-lived DC Universe show, Swamp Thing. The show had a rocky ride. Originally intended to have a 13 episode premiere run, production was cut short due to 'creative differences' and the show ended up producing just 10 episodes.
The CW acquired the airing rights and whilst a second season is unlikely, CW president Mark Pedowitz did tease characters could appear in the network's DC Arrowverse shows.
Crystal Reed is set to appear in two upcoming feature films, Pinball: The Man Who Saved The Game and Dead Giveaway, although little is yet known about either project as they are in the early stages of pre-production.