Missing Teen Wolf? Start Watching These Shows ASAP

After six incredible seasons, MTV's Teen Wolf has ended.

Though it's been about a month since the show aired its final episode, we're still not over it being, well, over. There have been rumors of a spinoff, which will feature Tyler Posey, we wouldn't get that until 2019—whomp, whomp.

To hold you over until the supposed spinoff hits MTV, we highly recommend binging these seven series.

They won't exactly fill the Teen Wolf-shaped hole in your heart, but they'll come pretty darn close.


Riverdale has quickly become just about everyone's fave new show. The CW series follows Archie, Betty, Veronica and Jughead as their lives go haywire after all the intense things that happen in the sweet town of Riverdale. It has the same amount of mystery as Teen Wolf, but with way more drama and far fewer supernatural elements. You'll love it, we promise.

Archie, Betty, Veronica and Jughead sitting in a booth at Pop's Chock'Lit Shoppe

(Riverdale via The CW)



Another gem courtesy of The CW, iZombie follows medical student Olivia Moore after she gets turned into a zombie. This show can be pretty dark and suspenseful, but it has its lighthearted and hilarious moments, too.

iZombie -- "Conspiracy Weary" -- Image Number: ZMB311b_0384.jpg -- Pictured (L-R): David Anders as Blaine and Rose McIver as Liv -- Photo: Diyah Pera/The CW -- © 2017 The CW Network, LLC. All rights reserved.

(iZombie via The CW)



If you're a fan of superheroes and all that jazz, you really need to be watching Gotham. The show, essentially, is the origin story of every hero and villain in Batman's hometown of Gotham.

The series is a bit more intense than Teen Wolf, so it's not for the faint of heart.

(Gotham via Warner Bros. Television)



This Freeform show is based off a series of novels by the same name. But don't worry, you don't have to read the books to love the show, though we highly recommend it.

Clary Fry is the protagonist of the series who, after her mother disappears, discovers she's a shadowhunter and has supernatural abilities. The first season is a little rough to get through, but it really picks up in the second season.

Dominic Sheerwood and Kat McNamara on Freeform's Shadowhunters

(Shadowhunters via Freeform)


The Secret Circle

A show that was totally underrated, The CW's The Secret Circle is a straight-up masterpiece. Six teens discover they're witches and you can probably guess all the drama that follows. Plus, Shelley Henning stars in it, so you know you're going to love it for that reason alone.

The cast of The CW's The Secret Circle

(The Secret Circle via The CW)


The Nine Lives of Chloe King

After discovering she has cat-like powers (not a werewolf, but close), Chloe King must balance saving the human race while constantly evading assassins. What a life!

Though this show also only had one season, we're keen on the fact that both Colton Haynes and Daniel Sharman make appearances in a few episodes.

THE NINE LIVES OF CHLOE KING - "Redemption" - Still getting used to her new powers, Chloe can't get past the fact that she is responsible for Xavier's death. Will she be able to handle not just her newfound abilities but the life-altering limitations it puts on her relationships with others? Find out in and all-new episode of "The Nine Lives of Chloe King" premiering Tuesday, June 21 at 9:00PM ET/PT on ABC Family. (ABC FAMILY/ERIC MCCANDLESS)

(The Nine Lives of Chloe King via Freeform)


The Originals

You might've figured The Vampire Diaries would be on this list, but the show's spinoff, The Originals, is way more similar to Teen Wolf—especially with all the werewolves and drama between supernatural beings.

Klaus, Rebekah, Haley and Elijah taking a family selfie on The Originals

(The Originals via The CW)


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