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‘Teen Wolf’ Season 6a DVD Review

‘Teen Wolf’ Season 6a DVD Review

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It seems like it was so long ago that the pack was wondering “Who’s Stiles?” and Lydia was spending every waking moment trying to find him. That all went down in Teen Wolf 6a and it was pretty awesome. The DVD has all ten eps, as well as some kick ass bonus features! Let’s break it all down!

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Bonus Features

Behind the Scenes in Beacon Hills. This short, happy feature shows the crew and the actors chilling on set and having a blast. We get to see Tyler Posey skateboarding a few times, and there are MULTIPLE Dylan Sprayberry and Khylin Rhambo hugs. It’s short, sweet and adorable.

VFX. This was super cool! It’s also pretty short but it shows the before/after of the shots that had added special effects. Parrish’s transformation is particularly interesting to watch!

Gag Reel. OMG, yes. The cast lets it all hang out and it’s hilarious. Lots of dancing, lots of Linden, Tyler Posey and Dylan O’Brien. Oh, and make sure you check out the gag reel just to see Dylan O’Brien and Tyler Posey make-out. It’s pretty epic.

The episodes. If you have been following our recaps, you already know that we think Teen Wolf 6a was one of the strongest seasons of the series. Re-watching them on the DVD (commercial free) only reaffirmed that. The Ghost Riders and the memory loss was a cool way to revisit some past moments of the show and makes saying goodbye even harder. The music is also stellar!

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Overall. There are no lengthy interviews or anything so if that’s what you look for in DVD bonus features, you might not like the bonus features all that much. If you are looking for fun glimpses of the the cast being silly and a cool, quick look at the special effects, then you will love this. It’s a great season and the menu screen alone makes this purchase worthwhile. It’s basically the best parts of the season with added green smoke bursts and the theme song playing over it. Loved it. You’ll want to add this to your collection.

Teen Wolf 6a DVD Scorecard:

Nostaglia score: 9/10 (so good)

Stydia score: 10/10 (YAY)

Thiam score: 7/10

Scalia score: 4/10 (It’s there)

Overall: 10/10 (You need it in your life!)

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Here are some of the official stats: 

Screen Format: Widescreen 16:9 (1.78:1)
Audio: English Dolby Digital 5.1
Subtitles: English SDH / French / Spanish
Total Run Time: Approximately 426 minutes
U.S. Rating: TV-14
Closed Captioned: Yes

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Meg Bonney Meg is a TV obsessed writer based in the Midwest. She is also the author of the award winning YA-Fantasy novel, EVERLY and tends to be overly caffeinated. Find her on Twitter to chat about TV, books and Bellamy Blake's freckles.