JR Bourne: Teen Wolf Actor Lands Recurring Role in New Series Titled ‘Un-Real’

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By Jenalyn Villamarin | August 12, 2014 10:26 AM EST

The latest casting reports reveal that "Teen Wolf" actor JR Bourne has landed a recurring role in the new series titled "Un-Real." The 44-year-old Canadian actor's involvement in a new series has ignited speculations that his "Teen Wolf" character, Chris Argent, will be killed off so some fans are now worried.

"Teen Wolf" Season 3 saw the death of characters Allison (Crystal Reed) and Aiden (Max Carver) as well as the exit of Isaac (Daniel Sharman). With actor JR Bourne cast in the upcoming Lifetime series, fans wonder if they will be saying another goodbye to a character in the MTV series.

However, a Carter Matt report pointed out that the fans should not be worried because JR Bourne landed a "recurring" role. It is more likely that the actor will be balancing his appearances in both shows.

According to a Deadline report, JR Bourne will portray a former lover and writing partner to a character named Quinn which actress Constance Zimmer portrays. The report further teased that Bourne's character used to have a drug habit but turned clean as he runs a surf charter company.

In the meantime, fans will be seeing actor JR Bourne as Chris Argent in "Teen Wolf" Season 4, Episode 8 titled "Time of Death." A promo video released for the upcoming episode showed that the hunter is not afraid in threatening the MTV series' current villain called "The Benefactor."

The suspense in "Teen Wolf" Season 4 is currently rising due to The Benefactor's desire of killing the supernatural creatures of Beacon Hills. Family secrets are starting to come out and "Teen Wolf" cast members Ian Bohen (Peter Hale) and Holland Roden (banshee Lydia Martin) teased about the importance of family in a Hypable interview during the "Creatures of the Night Convention" in Sydney, Australia.

Ian Bohen was asked if he has any idea who Malia's (Shelley Hennig) mother is but the actor responded that he has no clue. However, Bohen teased that his character will be desperate to find out who she is especially after that scene where Peter saw Malia for the first time in Episode 2 titled "117."

Bohen teased that Peter Hale's curiosity with Malia escalated in their first meeting after he asked the were-coyote if she got her beautiful eyes from her father. When Malia answered they were from her mother, Bohen further added that viewers can notice Peter having an interesting and wondering look on his face as to who could Malia's mother be.

As for Lydia, Holland Roden teased that her character will continue to deal with financial issues and freak out over Meredith's (Maya Eshet) connection to the Martin lake house after finding a picture of the other banshee inside the lake house in Episode 7 titled "Weaponized." The 27-year-old actress explained that Meredith's image in the Martin lake house makes the character more involved and vital in solving the mystery surrounding "The Benefactor."

 "Teen Wolf" Season 4, Episode 8 titled "Time of Death" is scheduled to air on Monday night, Aug. 11, at 10 pm ET/PT on MTV. 

More Articles to Read:

Teen Wolf Season 4 Spoilers: Scott to Make Villain The Benefactor Come Out through a Dangerous Plan in Episode 8 Titled Time of Death - [READ]

Teen Wolf Season 4, Episode 7 Recap/Spoilers: Malia Finds Out the Truth, Conflict with Stiles Begins - [READ]

Teen Wolf Season 4 Spoilers: New Assassin to be Introduced, Actress Holland Roden Teases Back Story on Lydia Martin and Her Banshee Powers - [READ]

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