Teen Wolf's Scott McCall will swear off girls for the remainder of his high school career.
When Beacon Hills' true Alpha falls in love, he tumbles head over heels into starry-eyed wonderment. A lovelorn Scott (Tyler Posey) has zero chill, quickly morphing from a fierce werewolf into a tiny puppy that bumps into walls and unwittingly doles out kisses to unsuspecting kitsune. After two whirlwind romances, it's time for the teen to focus on himself for a bit.
"He's had two great romances: One was the very epic and tragic romance with Allison, and we wanted to do a sort of romantic comedy side with Kira," series creator Jeff Davis told Entertainment Weekly. "But this season sees Scott as a single guy just trying to graduate and be there for his friends while facing yet another supernatural crisis."
After all, why start a new relationship when he's so close to leaving for college? Season 6 will pickup three months after the events of "Apotheosis," leading Scott, Stiles (Dylan O'Brien), Malia (Shelley Hennig), and Lydia (Holland Roden) into their final months of senior year. From college to graduation to ghost riders, Scott will have enough on his plate without adding dessert.
The change is particularly poignant for Posey as the series will reflect the 24-year-old actor's own relationship status. Ever since breaking up with his longtime girlfriend/fiancé Seana Gorlick back in 2014, the Teen Wolf heartthrob has been living the single life.
"This is the first two years I'm really single, so I relate to it with Scott and I thought it was something that every person has to go through in their life, grow on their own and really figure out who they are," Posey mused. "That's kind of what's going on with Scott."
That, of course, doesn't mean season 6 will be entirely bereft of teenage romance.
Find out more when Teen Wolf returns to MTV this fall.