Teen Wolf


MGM: A lion in the TV jungle

Of all of the Hollywood studios, none has been bought and sold as many times as MGM. Having turned 90 this year, the studio has secured new cash that it will invest in content, and as the zeitgeist moves from big to small screen, will look to build its roster of TV shows. Roma Khanna […]

Walking Dead feasts on social media

The Walking Dead generated more Tweets and had a larger audience on Twitter than any other show in the US in 2014, according to Nielsen. The research firm said that an average of 4.9 million people saw at least one Tweet about each new episode of the programme, and that people sent an average of […]

Canada Netflix rival buys UK, US sci-fi

Project Latte, the upcoming Canadian OTT service from telco and broadcast group Bell, has bought several big-ticket sci-fi and fantasy drama series from the UK and US. It has licensed Doctor Who and Orphan Black from BBC Worldwide and US superhero series Arrow and its spin-off The Flash (pictured) from Warner Bros International Television Distribution. […]

ITV takes majority stake in Teen Wolf producer

UK broadcaster has acquired a majority stake in another US indie producer – this time taking 51% of DiGa Vision, the company behind MTV’s Teen Wolf. In the last 18 months, ITV has made a major push into US unscripted television and acquired majority stakes in Gurney Productions, High Noon Entertainment and Thinkfactory Media. DiGa […]

MTV greenlights more Teen Wolf and Wolf Watch companion series

MTV has ordered a fourth season of Teen Wolf and greenlit a companion series, Wolf Watch. The series is based upon the 1980s MGM movie of the same name and is produced by MGM, Lost Marbles Productions, First Cause, Inc. and DiGa. MTV has ordered a fourth twelve-episode run of the show, which will launch […]