updated - June 23, 2017 Friday EDT
"Teen Wolf" star Cody Saintgnue who plays the werewolf Brett Talbot recently sat with International Business Times and opened up about what fans can expect from his character in the upcoming season.
Cody Saintgnue's Brett Talbot has grown a liking among fans and some are even hoping that eventually, Brett becomes part of Scott's (Tyler Posey) pack.
And indeed, in his interview with International Business Times, Cody Saintgnue revealed that Satomi's (Lily Mariye) pack, where Brett belongs, will continue to be crossing paths with Scott's pack but unfortunately, it may not mean that Brett will be joining Scott.
"The fans would tweet me that every single day," Cody Saintgnue said about fans hoping he'd join Scott's pack. "But I know Brett's very loyal. I think maybe under a certain circumstance. If it seemed right, if it seemed like the right move, if it seemed like the best integrity to do, I think Brett would do it. But I do think he would just leave the pack just to join like a pack that's 'stronger' or something? I don't think so."
Saintgnue added that while he had already started filming for "Teen Wolf" Season 5B, he continues to hope that there would be more drama, including a love triangle, for what he described his "bisexual, Buddhist werewolf."
"I think there could be a really cool love triangle," Saintgnue said. "It could be like Brett might be interested in Mason [Khylin Rambo], and there might be a girl that pops into the picture. I would like for them to dive into the duality of Brett because I think there is a lot of stuff that they could do with it."
Saintgnue also revealed that there could me more story shown in Brett's family life, saying, "I think Brett's family, what he has left, means everything to him because his family died in a fire, and so I think that would really be cool."
He further teased that "Teen Wolf" Season 5B may be "one of the darkest times" that his pack will have to ever get through and fans will have to see how everyone gets through it.
TOP 10 FRANCHISES OF 2017