Creatures aren’t the only source of Stilinski fear as this season sets up Dad vs. Dad with Scott’s suddenly very present papa gunning to unseat the sheriff for incompetence.
You’ve just made an enemy, Agent McCall.
You’ve just made a fandom of enemies. :|
According to an email I got last week from #TeenWolfSocialMediaGod Matt McDonough, answers are coming via what’s called a “show bible”.
“You want canon? I can give you a birthdays master list next month… there’s a writing assistant assigned to the “show bible” (FINALLY), so it could actually happen this time.”
Character birthdays are just a small part of what they plan to document.
A show bible is a lot like Teen Wolf Wiki in that it records everything that happens in each script and defines the powers and weaknesses of the characters and creatures on the show.
It’s meant to be a loose guide to the rules of the Teen Wolf Universe.
For Teen Wolf, the bible has mostly been inside the heads of Jeff Davis, Christian Taylor and the other writers on the show.
It’s been a good arrangement for writers but, as the universe expanded, they’ve had a few, well documented, continuity issues.
Don’t expect to see the full bible ever. They’re not likely to release it as a whole but we may, as Matt said, get a master list of character birthdays in the coming weeks.
An unexpected but good surprise