Tyler Posey and the rest of the cast members of "Teen Wolf" Season 6B graced San Diego Comic-Con 2017 on Thursday to talk about the show's final stretch. This would be the last time fans would see the stars of MTV's television series as they bid their final goodbye at the fest.

Shelley Hennig, Khylin Rhambo, Dylan Sprayberry, Cody Christian, and Charlie Carver were all at the event to talk about their final scenes in Beacon Hills. They were joined by the show's executive producer Jeff Davis with the surprise appearance of Dylan O'Brien. The panel was hosted by their fellow cast members Linden Ashby and Melissa Ponzio.

New troublemakers coming

Tyler Hoechlin and Ian Bohen started the event with a video message featuring the return of the initial's character, Derek Hale, in "Teen Wolf" Season 6B. Aside from the clip, they also revealed a new trailer showing Gerard Argent (Michael Hogan) preparing an army to kill all the werewolves. "This isn't about killing just one werewolf," he said in the trailer. He also revealed that the army he is building is to "hunt them all." This just means that Gerard is back and he actually wants Derek for some unrevealed reason.

Aside from the imminent intense battle, the teaser also gave a more complex look at the threats that are coming to Scott McCall (Tyler Posey) and his pack's way.

Evidently, they are now getting ready to finish what they have started. But aside from fighting the gun-toting villains, they too will be facing new scalawags coming at Beacon Hills High. This includes the appearance of Nolan (Froy Gutierrez).

A surprising new relationship

Also, the "Teen Wolf" Season 6B teaser revealed a few scenes of Scott McCall and Malia Tate's (Shelley Hennig) romance.

The two have a sexy shower scene that surprised everyone who has seen the trailer. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly studio at the fest, the two stars even teased that they have "multiple naked scenes together" in the coming season.

"The last scene that I shot, I keep saying that I'm naked in it… next to this guy," she said.

Hennig also hinted that they "do it more than once." However, Jeff Davis controlled the 30-year-old actress to spill more details about. The executive producer just then explained why they brought Scott and Malia together. "It was a lot about where we wanted to see the characters end up," he told EW. As the show's continuation will feature their last 10 episodes, they wanted to try and do something new. This includes the storylines, relationships, and paths that they haven't done yet that they now wanted to explore. "Let's just see where it goes," he added. Evidently, it worked with Scott and Malia.