Teen Wolf Season 4 Spoilers: The Benefactor to be Introduced in Episode 4, Intense Promo Video for Upcoming New Episode Released [WATCH]
By Jenalyn Villamarin | July 10, 2014 12:55 PM EST
Scott McCall (Tyler Posey) will have a big responsibility in the next episode of "Teen Wolf" Season 4. The promo video released for "Teen Wolf" Season 4, Episode 4 titled "The Benefactor" teased that Scott will be dealing with Liam Dunbar (Dylan Sprayberry), the new member of his pack, and the new season's villain being introduced in the MTV series.
In the previous episode, Scott bit freshman student Liam on the arm in order to save him from falling off the rooftop while Sean (Glenn McCuen), a Wendigo, attacked them. The promo video showed Scott and Stiles (Dylan O'Brien) dealing with the new werewolf.
Malia then confessed to someone that she hates full Moons. For the supernatural creatures of Beacon Hills, a Full Moon means transformation and it could be the case for the newbie wolf Liam.
The brief promo video further showed intense fight scenes, Scott running, the bald man without a mouth or "The Mute" (Joseph Gatt) showing up again and Peter (Ian Bohen) getting stabbed on the chest. The episode synopsis in the Carter Matt report reads: "On the night of the full moon, uninvited guests turn up at Lydia's lake house; Derek pursues a killer."
Meanwhile, actor Tyler Posey and Dylan Sprayberry joined host Jill Wagner in "Wolf Watch" to talk about what the fans can expect in the next episodes of "Teen Wolf" Season 4. According to the Hypable report, the host and "Teen Wolf" cast member asked Tyler Posey what will happen next after Scott bit new character Liam and the 22-year-old actor teased that a werewolf hunter could be after him for his action.
"Scott has bit somebody but we don't know if he's dead or if he's a werewolf yet. So, if he becomes a werewolf, [Araya] will probably come after [Scott]," Posey shared in the report. Dylan Sprayberry, 16, did not give away details on what will happen to his character on the show.
Aside from "The Benefactor" being the big baddie in "Teen Wolf" Season 4, other characters could still bring trouble to Scott and his pack. "The Mute" may have saved Scott in Episode 3 titled "Muted" but it is still unknown if the bald, creepy man can be trusted and become an ally or he joins the growing list of problems for Scott such as Kate Argent (Jill Wagner), "The Benefactor" and the Berserkers that appeared in Episode 2 titled "117."
"Teen Wolf" Season 4 is set to return with Episode 4 titled "The Benefactor" on Monday night, July 14, at 10 pm ET on MTV.
More Articles to Read:
Teen Wolf Season 4 Episode 3 Recap/Spoilers: New Faces, Creatures and a Muted Ally in Beacon Hills - [READ]
Teen Wolf Season 4, Episode 2 Recap/Spoilers: The Meaning of Episode Tittle 117 Revealed, Derek Hale Returns to Present Form - [READ]
Teen Wolf Season 4 Speculations: Chris Argent to Kill Were-Jaguar Sister Kate, Actor JR Bourne Talks about Character's Return to Beacon Hills - [READ]
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