'Teen Wolf,' Dylan O'Brien And Shelley Hennig Win At 2016 Teen Choice Awards
"Teen Wolf" won three categories at the 2016 Teen Choice Awards on Sunday, July 31.
The MTV series was named the Choice Summer TV Show while its stars Dylan O'Brien (Stiles Stilinski) and Shelley Hennig (Malia Tate) were dubbed as the Choice Summer TV Actor and Actress.
Hennig, along with her co-stars Tyler Posey (Scott McCall) and Cody Christian (Theo Raeken), appeared onstage at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif., to accept separate wins for the supernatural drama.
Shortly after greeting the audience, Posey gave the floor to Hennig who won her first ever Teen Choice Award that night.
"So before we get to the acceptance, Shelley Hennig also won her first award," Posey said. "[So] let's give it up for Shelley, baby!"
"Ahh!" Hennig said before accusing Posey of helping her win. "You rigged it, didn't you?" she jokingly asked. But before he could answer, she said, "Don't answer that!"
Posey then started thanking their fans for all their endless support. "Honestly, we've been coming to Teen Choice Awards for, I think, the last seven or eight years now ... for as long as 'Teen Wolf' has been alive, and these are always just the greatest things," he said. "I'm just so full of love. We love each other so much and love all of you guys so much."
"This is the last season of 'Teen Wolf,' so we just wanted to say thank you to Fox, to Teen Choice Awards, to every single one of you beautiful people. You're the only reason that we're here, and we truly do love every single one of you. Let's make this last season one to remember."
"Lets kick some a--!" Posey concluded his speech.
Meanwhile, O'Brien -- who was absent at the awards ceremony -- also won three awards from the movie category: Choice Movie Actor: Action/Adventure for "Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials," Choice AnTEENcipated Movie Actor for "Deepwater Horizon" and Choice Movie Chemistry which he shared with his "Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials" co-star Thomas Brodie-Sangster.
"Teen Wolf" season 6 will premiere on Tuesday, Nov. 15 on MTV, while "Maze Runner: The Death Cure" -- the third and final installment in the "The Maze Runner" film series -- is slated for a Jan. 12, 2018 release.