'Teen Wolf' Season 4 Spoilers: Actor Daniel Sharman Wants to Quit TV Series? Mysterious New Character Arrives at Beacon Hills
By Jenalyn Villamarin | April 2, 2014 3:16 PM EST
Some "Teen Wolf" fans are still having a hard time saying goodbye to main character Allison Argent (Crystal Reed) but the latest spoiler reports for upcoming Season 4 will make them more upset. Another character may no longer appear in the supernatural teen drama's brand new season coming in June 2014.
Series creator Jeff Davis shared in the Hollywood Life report that actor Daniel Sharman, who portrays character Isaac Lahey, also asked to leave the MTV series after Allison's exit. "Daniel Sharman, actually, may not be returning for Season 4. He came to me shortly after Crystal; he was waffling about it. We'd actually convinced him to do Season 3B - I think he was holding out on that as well," Jeff Davis revealed in the TV Line interview.
Mr Davis further revealed that Daniel's decision to leave has something to do with his desire of trying other things like doing a movie. The series creator added the he agreed to what Daniel wants but the 27-year-old actor should tell him where he wants his character and story in "Teen Wolf" should go.
It turns out Daniel Sharman only wants a break after telling his boss that he does not want to be killed off. With that, Jeff Davis assured about the possibility of Isaac returning in "Teen Wolf" but they still have no idea as to when that will happen.
Daniel Sharman may be absent in Season 4 but a new mysterious character will be arriving at Beacon Hills. However, the new character will not have a connection to Daniel's character but she will with Derek Hale (Tyler Hoechlin).
According to the Enstars report, there will be great pairings in "Teen Wolf" Season 4 involving werewolves, werecoyotes, kitsune and humans. Fans got definitely hooked with the Scott-Kira pairing and the Stiles-Malia relationship.
Now, it appears Derek will finally have a love story of his own with the new mysterious character. "I can also tease a new and exciting romance for Derek, as well. And this time it's not with the sociopath," Jeff Davis teased on Wolf Watch.
"Teen Wolf" is scheduled to return with the brand new Season 4 on June 23, 2014 at 10 pm on MTV.
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