Teen Wolf is ramping up the preparations for season 6 production, but one cast member might still be MIA.
Dyaln O'Brien (Stiles) suffered a "concussion, facial fracture and lacerations" on the set of The Maze Runner: The Death Cure in mid-March, and it appears the Teen Wolf star is still out of commission. Now that Melissa Ponzio (Mrs. McCall) and JR Bourne (Mr. Argent) are back on set, fans are beginning to wonder if O'Brien will be ready to go in time for the start of filming.
"He's healing very well," Maze Runner co-star Giancarlo Esposito told E! Online. "He got put together a couple of weeks ago...He's one tough cookie."
To make matters even more complicated, O'Brien still has to finish filming for his role as Thomas. The Death Cure cast will return to set on May 15, according to Esposito, which will undoubtedly conflict with Teen Wolf's production calendar. Luckily, the Wes Ball film is close to completion.
Series creator Jeff Davis is cooking up a bit premiere for Stiles, and we sincerely hope that won't have to change.
"Something very big and very interesting happens to Stiles in the first episode," Davis teased, according to MTV.
In fact, Teen Wolf will take the Stydia question head on as Stiles and Lydia (Holland Roden) close out their senior year.
"That question is very much addressed in the first episode of Season 6. Lydia's feelings for Stiles becomes a big focus of the season, actually," Davis told TV Guide. "It will make some people furious and some people happy, so we'll see."
Here's hoping O'Brien gets back on his feet soon! As long as the star is healthy, we're sure Teen Wolf and The Maze Runner can work out any scheduling issues.
Teen Wolf will return to MTV later this year. The Maze Runner: The Death Cure will hit theaters on Feb. 17.