"Teen Wolf" introduced a new character and a new member of Scott's (Tyler Posey) pack in Dylan Sprayberry's Liam, and on Thursday, July 31, we uploaded our video interview from the press room roundtable at San Diego Comic-Con with Posey and Sprayberry.
Check out the video interview above or here to see what Posey and Sprayberry had to say about their characters' relationship and what's coming up in the rest of the season. Plus, keep reading for a few highlights from the interview.
Posey is very much enjoying this season's storylines. "The assassins, which I think is one of the coolest storylines that we've ever done, they really make an impact on Scott's pack and the rest of Beacon hills for every supernatural creature. So you'll see a lot of death on the assassins' side and supernatural side." If you're worried about that, it sounds like you should be, as he added, "A lot of crazy character arcs. Some big actors on this show, some of them die. There's always the question of who's going to get the axe this season. There's more of that."
The actors also previewed that we'll see more of Scott mentoring Liam. Posey called their relationship "very Scott and Stiles-esque, but with Derek mixed in." "Scott sees a lot of what he was going through in Liam, and that's a huge, huge thing for Scott. It weighs heavy on his mind every day," he explained, bringing up Allison helping him through that. "I think Scott genuinely views him as a friend. He thinks he's a good kid. He can see past all of the anger issues, and Scott just wants to help him and be friends with him and show him the way and make sure he doesn't die. There's just a lot of respect."
Sprayberry agreed. "I think my character really does respect Scott," and that's something that goes back to before he bit him, to Scott being team captain. "I look up to him, and it's really interesting because I have anger management problems. I just got a stepdad, so I have a lot of problems in my life, so it's hard to trust him, especially after he bit me. … I don't trust anyone easily, but when I do, it lasts."
"Teen Wolf" season 4 airs Mondays at 10 p.m. on MTV.