This Sunday’s series finale of is not just going to wrap up the show’s current story, but too show us where the central reputations will be terminated in the future. The unit has shared the first page of their serial climax dialogue with Entertainment Weekly, and it reveals that the farewell chapter will kick off in the future with an elderly and wiser Scott McCall( Tyler Posey ). Get all the finale spoilers from the first sheet of the script right here.
The highly-anticipated finale will begin with a bit of a jolt for supporters, as we attend an older Scott McCall waking up in Los Angeles , not Beacon Hills. Thankfully, he’s not exactly a lone wolf in this mount to the future — he’s still working with Chris Argent to fight off mysterious scourge — but it definitely sounds like a completely new and more secluded state of operating for Scott. As Scott and Argent jet off, Scott begins to tell his origin story via voice-over, producing the serial full circle to when Scott was firstly be converted into a werewolf in the captain. But what what Scott and Argent are up to in L.A. in the future is still a mystery, so you’ll have to tune into the big-hearted line finale on Sunday to find out what’s really going on.
It’s too unclear whether the whole sequence finale will take place in the future or the prologue will exactly be one of a few flash forward vistums sprayed in all areas of the episode. Clearly, supporters are still waiting to see Scott and his battalion go up against this season’s central devil Gerard and his army of hunters, so if this glimpse into the future is just a brief flash forward, that debate will probably be the central part of the climax. But there’s too the possibility that the characters will address the debate as having already happened and simply establish the fallout from it in the future. That’s another question we’ll have to wait until the finale to visualize play out.
The time jump finale structure is something that’s certainly ramped up in esteem over the past few years. Perhaps most famously employed in the 2005 succession climax for, in which the occurrence jumps drastically into the future several meters to show how each main persona eventually vanishes, the device has picked up steam in the past couple of years. Favourite sitcoms like and lent a twist to their final seasons by setting them after a notable go startle, and the same croaks for theatre like and. The experience rush organization is a great mode for devotees to get close on their favorite personas as the demo leaves the breeze, demonstrating them exactly how every character’s storey is about to change in the future. And it seems like the burst sends could convey good happenings for followers as well, providing them a peek into how Scott, Stiles, Lydia, Malia, and the rest of the crew end up years in the future.
Although this is clearly the big farewell for, there’s actually still a chance that devotees of the supernatural teenage theatre will be getting back into Beacon Hills soon enough. MTV is currently working with showrunner Jeff Davis to develop some spinoff serial. Even though it is is just like the possible brand-new testifies will focus on a whole new cast of characters, you never know when the age-old favorites might pop back in to shake events up and throw us an update on what’s going on. The streak finale of breaths Sunday, Sept. 24 at 8 p. m. ET on MTV.