Check Out Beacon Hills: After Dark’s Interview With Young Peter Hale, Michael Fjordbak
Beacon Hills: After Dark or BHAD continues to serve as a wonderful platform for the Teen Wolf fandom to interact with each other. After launching a successful Patreon, BHAD has blessed fans with an interview with actor Michael Fjordbak, who played young Peter Hale on the MTV show.
Michael Fjordbak debuted way back during the second season of Teen Wolf as a mysterious character who only Lydia Martin (Holland Roden) could see. The character was revealed to be a younger version of Peter Hale. We also got to see Michael Fjordbak reprise his role during flashbacks.
During his interview with BHAD, Michael shared a lot of information regarding how he got the role, his experience working with Holland Roden, meeting Dylan O’Brien, Tyler Posey, and more.
One very interesting part of the conversation deals with Jeff Davis’ plans for a backdoor pilot about the Hale family. Back then I would have looked forward to watching a spin-off focusing on the Hales and the Argents. However, after enduring Jeff Davis’ skills as a showrunner for years (sigh!), that spin-off would have undoubtedly been problematic, too.
Jeff Davis later tried for another spin-off about the Yukimuras. However, MTV refused to greenlight it as well, and we all know what happened to Kira on the show.
Anyway, here’s the entire interview featuring StickeyKeys, Ethan, Philip, and Michael Fjordbak. And yes, I know, Michael’s voice is on another plane of existence. Look at Teen Wolf casting two actors (Michael and Gideon Emery) with amazing vocal cords.
I am excited to experience what BHAD plans to offer next to fans. You can go ahead and support their Patreon.
With how Beacon Hills: After Dark has adapted to the current status of the Teen Wolf fandom, I can see it continuing for years. There’s always some messy drama for everyone to talk about.
Now, if only Colton Haynes would decide to finally publish that tell-all book. Ha!
Farid has a Double Masters in Psychology and Biotechnology as well as an M.Phil in Molecular Genetics. He is the author of numerous books including Missing in Somerville, and The Game Master of Somerville. He gives us insight into comics, books, TV shows, anime/manga, video games, and movies.
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