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'Teen Wolf' Season 5 Spoilers: Will a Stiles and Lydia Pair-up Happen and Will Peter Return?

The second half of MTV's "Teen Wolf" Season is due to return in three months and fans have been wondering whether Stiles and Lydia are finally getting together when the show returns.

MTV's supernatural drama, "Teen Wolf," last aired part one of Season 5 in August and will be returning on air by January 2016 with speculations Lydia (Holland Roden) may couple up with Stiles (Dylan O'Brien) after audiences rooted for them following their kiss back in Season 3.

During the previous seasons, Stiles was observed harboring strong feelings for Lydia, with Lydia ending up conflicted about the possibility of them getting together.

On the other hand, Malia (Shelley Hennig) feels just as strongly about Stiles and has always had his back. Being the powerful person she is, she may let her intentions be blatantly known next year, making for an uncomfortable unrequited love triangle.

However, rumors have emerged the show's scriptwriters have already written in more screen time for Lydia and Stiles, preparing Malia-Stiles fans last season with a dearth of Malia-Stiles scenes.

Another speculation points towards Peter's (Ian Bohen) possible return during Season 5B. While the insane wannabe Alpha was banished to Eichen House last season, his story has never seen completion and there are rumors he will pop up somewhere in Season 5B after it was learned during Lydia and Stiles' summer trip there that he was no longer with Dr. Valack (Steven Brand).

With the three-eyed doctor denying Peter's whereabouts and Lydia headed to Eichen House to become its brand new patient when Season 5B returns, it is likely she will solve the mystery of Peter's disappearance when the second half of the season opens in January.

There are reports Peter might reappear when Malia's mother makes her way back to Beacon Hills, where he may have plans of doing away with her offspring.

"Teen Wolf" Season 5B is expected to return to MTV by January 2016.

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