'Teen Wolf' Season 6 Air Date, Spoilers, News & Update: Scott Loses His Memory, Finds New Love? New Villains Attack Beacon Hills?

By Lady Arianne Apilado Zamora , Updated Aug 24, 2016 07:30 AM EDT
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There is always a good chemistry between a teen and a mysterious creature that would turn the teen more than a human with a simple bite and a good example of that is "Teen Wolf" Season 6.  The adventure of Scott in "Teen Wolf" Season 6 will touch on his human side as he gets linked to a new love interest which would be quite late as "Teen Wolf" Season 6 would be the last.

"Teen Wolf" Season 6 will offer closure for a lot of things, Scott and Lydia's romantic relationship leading the list.  The working title of the first episode of "Teen Wolf" Season 6, "Memory Lost" is very intriguing and has raised more questions from the fans.

Who will lose his or her memory in "Teen Wolf" Season 6?  Will it be Scott?  If Scott would lose his memory on "Teen Wolf" Season 6, what would happen to his closure with Lydia?  The chances of Scott losing his memory on "Teen Wolf" Season 6 would logically connect the reports of him finding a new love interest.  If Scott loses his memory, he would of course lose his memories of his relationship with Lydia, right?

Although Scott and Lydia's reconciliation seems to be a far cry now, "Teen Wolf" Season 6 turn of events would still find the estranged couple together fighting their biggest fight not against each other, but against the evil elements terrorizing Beacon Hills. The fight against the evil elements haunting Beacon Hills is expected to be a big one, especially since the showrunner would want the season finale to be explosive and memorable.  Scott and Lydia's love story will hopefully have a happy ending, or a respectable closure at least.

Catch "Teen Wolf" Season 6 on its MTV premiere on Nov. 15.  Stay tuned to GamenGuide to catch more "Teen Wolf" Season 6 spoilers and updates. 

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