The June 5 special on YouTube brings together creator Jeff Davis and more than a dozen cast members over six seasons, including Tyler Posey and Dylan O’Brien.
MTV has seen the recent wave of virtual reunions – they are so much easier than trying to get everyone in the same room! – and quickly saw a ripe opportunity. Not content with simply announcing a “Teen Wolf” meeting, they are making it the start of something.
On June 5, Josh Horowitz of MTV News will host this breathtaking meeting, which will coincide with the ninth anniversary of the six-season hit series.
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Yes, that means it only aired for three years. And yes, nine is kind of an unusual number to celebrate, but it’s the era of virtual quarantine meetings, so let’s apologize for celebrating something.
The network clearly agrees that the announcement of this digital virtual meeting, currently scheduled for a free premiere on MTV’s YouTube channel at noon on June 5, is part of a larger announcement that it is the start of a new brand “MTV Reunions”.
Like many other recent virtual meetings, this special event is also linked to a charitable cause, First Responders First, an organization that provides support and assistance to frontline workers during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The network’s announcement also promotes “MTV Reunions” as part of its #AloneTogether initiative, which is a coordinated effort to try to educate and highlight young demographic groups of value and importance. of social distance.
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According to the press release, the creator of “Teen Wolf” Jeff Davis should be joined by actors Tyler Posey, Dylan O’Brien, Holland Roden, Linden Ashby, Melissa Ponzio, Shelley Hennig, Arden Cho, Dylan Sprayberry, Orny Adams, Ian Bohen, Charlie Carver, Max Carver, Cody Christian and Khylin Rhambo.
According to the network, “MTV Reunions” “will bring together the actors of the most memorable programs on television, all with the aim of raising funds for charitable works”. Although the launch series is an MTV show, the hope is certainly that the door will also be open to shows from other networks.
Even if they chose to be stingy and keep it with the ViacomCBS family, that’s still a lot on many networks over the years. If they really wanted to hire the youngest demogrpahics, they would even ask them what castings they would like to see come together.
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