MTV’S CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED HIT SERIES IS NOW THE HOTTEST DVD OF THE SUMMER
Discover the story of how one strange night forever transformed one teenager’s life, when MTV’s hit show Teen Wolf Season 1 comes to DVD May 22 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. Nominated for six Teen Choice Awards®, Season 1 is a must-own for every fan, with an exclusive never-before-seen extended season finale, deleted and extended content and behind-the-scenes extras with the sizzling, breakout stars of the show. Teen Wolf stars some of young Hollywood’s finest, including Tyler Posey (Scott McCall), Crystal Reed (Allison Argent), Tyler Hoechlin (Derek Hale), Dylan O’Brien (Stiles), Holland Roden (Lydia Martin) and Colton Haynes (Jackson Whittemore). The series will return for a second season this summer on MTV.
Love the tunes from the show? We’ve picked some of our favorites from Season One and included highlights the unforgettable scenes from which they were played so that you can relive your favorite moments!
From Phantogram’s “Turn It Off” when Scott and Allison lock eyes in the hallway in Episode 1 to “December Sunset” by LexiconDon from Episode 8, you’ll truly be “in the mix” with Scott and Allison all over again!
KIDS OF 88’S “JUST A LITTLE BIT”
Like other artists featured in Teen Wolf, Kids of 88 is not an American-based duo but an import from New Zealand, consisting of best friends Jordan Arts and Sam McCarthy. In April 2010, they signed a worldwide deal with Sony Music and in 2011, they were featured in Teen Wolf’s pilot episode in the scene where Scott’s lacrosse skills are revealed and he surprises everyone. The band later played themselves at the Beacon Hall Formal in Episode 11 of the series.Check out the Official Video here
GRAFFITI6’S “CALM THE STORM”
Graffiti6 is a London-based pop/rock duo comprising of Jamie Scott in lead vocals and Tommy “D” Danvers as producer and writer. Their songs have been featured in multiple TV series including One Tree Hill, Grey’s Anatomy and of course Teen Wolf which they were featured in multiple episodes including in Episode 2 where Scott and Allison share their first kiss.
Listen on Spotify: Graffiti6 – Calm The Storm
LEXICONDON’S “DECEMBER SUNSET”
In Episode 8 of Teen Wolf, best friends Stiles and Scott go into the woods to drink to help Scott cope with his break-up with Allison. Setting the mood for this scene is a song called “December Sunset” from a four-some comprised of Alex Koons, Fabian Ordorica, Matteo Eyia and Samuel Gabbard and together they’re known as LexiconDon.
Listen on Spotify: LexiconDon – December Sunset
PHANTOGRAM’S “TURN IT OFF”
When initial sparks fly between Alison and Scott in the hallway scene of Episode 1, the dream-like and hypnotic vibe is captured by Phantogram. Josh Carter and Sarah Barthe make up the sexy Saratoga Springs, NY-based duo, who are both are known to escape even further upstate to a rural lodge to record their organic, beat-driven tracks.
Listen on Spotify: Phantogram – Turn It Off
WHITE LIES’ “BIGGER THAN US”
British Indie rock band, White Lies throw back to the ’85 Teen Wolf with the track that closes Episode 9 with Allison running in the woods. Drawing comparisons to Joy Division, Interpol, and Arcade Fire – Harry, Charles and Jack aspired to write euphoric and uplifting songs that connect with their fans.
Check out the Official Video here:
3. Answer the following question in the comments below:*
Which teen gets attacked by a werewolf when his best friend convinces him to venture out into the woods?
- Scott McCall
- Derek Hale
- Jackson Whittemore
*This is the most important step so don’t forget it!
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