Down and out in the wake of the “Teen Wolf” finale? Never fear! The Gag Reel is here. A series finale is a painful affair. Knowing that your favorite characters are going to walk off into the sunset, taking an entire universe with them, leaves fans grasping for more. In the case of “Teen Wolf,” fans have a reason to rejoice. Not only is MTV working to keep Beacon Hills alive, but Tyler Posey (Scott), Dylan O’Brien (Stiles), and the rest of the cast have gaffs that will keep you amused well past the next full moon.

‘Teen Wolf’ bloopers unleashed

Want to see O’Brien tumble out of frame?

Wondering how dramatic a near-death scene is when you’re actually filming it? What about how the series’ monsters kill time? Which actor giggles the most during takes? The season 6B gag reel has all that and more.

Click the video below to go behind the scenes with “Teen Wolf” for one final time. And, FYI, we’re fairly certain Shelley Hennig takes the prize for most unscripted laughter.

What’s next for ‘Teen Wolf’?

Now, to continue getting you out of the post-finale slump, it’s time to turn our attention to the impending "Teen Wolf" podcast/reboot. Even before the final season aired, MTV was already in talks to keep Jeff Davis’ werewolf drama on the board. While it might be some time before we see a pack go howling through the California night, you’ll be able to hear a few supernatural adventures via podcast.

“The beauty of the evolution of media is you can see the series going on through a series of podcasts and then see a resurrection of a new class in a couple years,” MTV president Chris McCarthy told The Hollywood Reporter.

A new class means new fans for the former lyrical network. Does that mean Scott and co. are over and done with?

Of course not. How could MTV resist getting those beautiful mugs back on screen? While the wolves’ futures hinge on a series of what-ifs – if the podcast succeeds, if fans buy into the anthology storyline, if a reboot makes it to screen – they would be integral to bridging the gap between the old and the new.

“I thought about what kind of series finale fits this show best and to me, it was, ‘and the adventure continues ...

‘ That's what we wanted to go for,” Davis told The Hollywood Reporter. “I want to know that Scott and his friends have many more stories to tell. This story isn't over. He goes off and fights many more battles, makes new friends, faces down new enemies.”

For now, viewers will have to content themselves with the "Teen Wolf" season 6B gag reel and the knowledge that, given time, the story will go on.