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Return To Beacon Hills

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Return To Beacon Hills is a rewatch podcast of the hit MTV television show Teen Wolf. The podcast is hosted by Teen Wolf writer Will Wallace and his two best friends/fans of TW, Kate Colvin and Kalissa Mullis. Each week we will be talking about an episode of the show as well as interviewing people who worked on this amazing show!

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Latest Episodes

We had a great time at Howler Con and got the opportunity to talk with fans and some actors from Teen Wolf. Check out our social media so you can get your own copy of our Teen Wolf Movie bingo card. Enjoy!

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6 days ago

In this week’s episode, “The Overlooked,” a terrible storm rages over Beacon Hills as Scott and the pack work to keep Jennifer Blake safe from the Alpha Pack while they also try to get an ailing Cora Hale to safety. And we sit down with Gary Stearns,... more

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15 days ago

In this week’s episode, “The Girl Who Knew Too Much,” Allison begins to suspect that someone very close to her may be involved in the Darach’s sacrifices. At the same time, Scott and Stiles believe that Lydia’s burgeoning talents may be their best be... more

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22 days ago

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4.4 out of 5 stars from 17 ratings
  • 👏🏽Love

    one of the reviews says this is the least original Teen Wolf podcast… SOOOO UNTRUE. There is so much cool information on here that I likely would have never known. And I love that this is one of those things run by fans, and not just a network trying to make money in some way by selling cheap things with no purpose. I love listening to this. Makes my showers more fun, gets me thinking. I am normally not too invested in podcasts, but I love this one. I also love all things Teen Wolf related. This... more

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    lanirosez
    United States7 months ago
  • YAAAASSSS

    Okay this podcast is ~literally~ so fun to listen to. I hadn’t watched Teen Wolf since it aired (but I did watch every episode when it was on air) and I’ve been rewatching it along with this podcast and it’s honestly a blast. They’re so funny and creative and well-spoken. The questions and conversations with their guests are well thought out and engaging. LOOOVE THIS PODCAST! If you’re a Teen Wolf fan or even just someone interested in checking out Teen Wolf, this is a must.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Hollsly
    United Statesa year ago
  • This podcast is a must-listen!

    RTBH is my favorite podcast out there. It is funny, informative, and well-thought out. I feel so connected to what they talk about. One of the hosts even previously worked on the show! It’s great to hear new content about my favorite show years after it finished airing. 2 enthusiastic thumbs up!!!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    orionselena
    United Statesa year ago
  • Love the podcast & love the show now

    This podcast got me to start watching the show. My friends have told me to watch it for years but just never found the time. When I heard about this podcast and started listening, the hosts are the ones who finally sold me on it! I love the podcast and now I love the show too!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    DawnJohnson72
    United Statesa year ago
  • Unoriginal rip off

    The least imaginative Teen Wolf pod out there. Are they well connected, sure. Is it good, no. It’s embarrassing to listen to.

    Apple Podcasts
    1
    anniefulton
    United Statesa year ago

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