Howl­ingly hot view­ing

A were­wolf’s bite is worse than its growl, but these TV beasts are bark­ing cool on ShowMax.

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From left: Teen Wolf’s Scott, True Blood’s Al­cide and Once Upon A Time’s Red Rid­ing Hood. Lock the doors and load your sil­ver bul­lets – when there’s a full moon, the cra­zies come out. And we’re talk­ing about the half-man (or woman), half-wolf kind. But in re­cent years, be­ing hairy, hav­ing fangs and trans­form­ing into a were­wolf has be­come a pretty cool su­per­power on fantasy and hor­ror shows. So why should you join in­ter­net TV ser­vice ShowMax and watch se­ries like Teen Wolf (2011cur­rent, four of its six sea­sons so far are cur­rently avail­able on ShowMax)? For these won­der­fully wolfie rea­sons…


Vam­pires are pale, witches wear cloaks (plus they might turn you into a frog if you’re not care­ful) and de­mons usu­ally have skin con­di­tions so fright­en­ing that they make acne look like a mild rash. Were­wolves, on the other paw, are hot and hairy (for the most part). Like Teen Wolf’s Scott and Derek (Tyler Posey and Tyler Hoech­lin), who de­serve a wolfwhis­tle for their good looks, toned tor­sos and chis­elled jaws. And let’s not for­get foxy Ruby Lu­cas aka Red Rid­ing Hood (Meghan Ory), who is ac­tu­ally a were­wolf in fairy­tale-themed show Once Upon A Time (2011- cur­rent, three of its six sea­sons are on ShowMax).


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