Teen Wolf is officially coming to a close.
The news was announced during the MTV drama's panel at San Diego Comic Con.
"Teen Wolf has been an extraordinary journey, one that captured the hearts and imaginations of fans more than we could've ever imagined," showrunner and executive producer Jeff Davis said.
“We’re eternally grateful for the support we’ve received over these past six years and we’re excited to take our brave fans on one last, thrilling adventure.”
This does come as a surprise given that no episodes of Teen Wolf Season 6 have aired.
We thought, at the very least, they would wait to see if the ratings recovered, but alas, it really is the right time for the series to go.
Teen Wolf hasn't been the same since the exits looming fan favorite characters such as Crystal Reed's Allison and and Tyler Hoechlin's Derek.
By bringing the series to a close now, the stars could all move on to bigger and better things.
Teen dramas have a history of overstaying their welcome, so fans should be glad that it's is going out with a bit of dignity.
There was a time when Teen Wolf was MTV's signature series, but a downturn in ratings took away it's ratings title.
The Teen Mom franchise continues to pull in a decent crowd, but the scripted series just don't seem to be hitting the mark for the channel.
MTV recently let go of Awkward and Faking It due to low ratings, with Scream expected to follow suit.
The Shannara Chronicles seems the most likely candidate as successor to Teen Wolf, at least on the scripted originals front.
That sci-fi series launched with soft ratings but regularly tripled its live ratings with a week's worth of viewing factored in.
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Teen Wolf returns in November and will conclude after 100 episodes sometime in 2017.
Check out a bit of Teen Wolf Season 6 right now with the new video below.
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