Teen Wolf Cast Read Fanfiction:
This is one of the reasons why fans have disconnected themselves from Teen Wolf. If not for the fact that we’ve been used countless times, and because of how bad the writing has gotten…it’s because we’re mocked like this.
Our creations, our opinions, our ideas are mocked. We’re not taken seriously. We’re treated as jokes to MTV, to the writers, to the PR team, and to the social media team.
This is also further evidence as to why "The Collective" is a bad thing. Teen Wolf and MTV do NOT care about fan creations. It’s all about the pay off they’ll get for pretending like they don’t mock us behind our backs.
And I don’t want to blame the cast, because if I were an actor, I’d probably be a bit uncomfortable reading some of this about a character I play. I can understand that.
This is why fandom needs to be a separate thing, something that the power heads over at MTV should never have their grip on. This is just wrong and this is proof that the Teen Wolf PR team is absolutely disgusting.
I have to disagree. This isn’t the Teen Wolf PR team’s fault; if you want to be angry at someone, be angry at Clevver TV for coming up with the idea. The writers, executives, and actors KNOW the show would be nowhere without the fandom, and I might be alone in this but this really didn’t seem rude or a mockery at all. It was light-hearted, and think about it, these actors don’t get into the depths that we as fans do. They don’t read fanfiction, as pointed out by Tyler Hoechlin there. (“What is it? I don’t understand!” …Tyler even looked interested throughout the entire thing though.)
I understand all the views about this “Collective” and I fully agree with the majority of them,
but my understanding is that they’re collecting art, not fiction so if MTV is planning on making money on a collection of fan-created work, yes, disgusting.
Tyler Posey is always a hyper little spaz, he wasn’t making fun of it. And yeah, that second one WAS creepy out of context, Malia and Derek ARE cousins. And it was probably hard for Holland to read something that had a bunch of text blacked out on the cue card.