MTV’s ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ star joins the ‘Teen Wolf’ cast

MTV has confirmed that Teen Wolf star, David Koechner, will star in a new Teen Wolf spin-off called “Teenage Ninja Turtles” that will follow the adventures of the Turtles as they traverse the land of Teenage Mutant Massacre, a dystopian future.

The series will be produced by Warner Bros. Television, and Koecho will executive produce.

Koechan also previously served as executive producer on the “Teen Wolf” television series.

Teenage Ninja Turtle will be directed by Joss Whedon and produced by Saban Brands.

The first episode of the series, slated for next year, will be the second of a planned six episodes.

The project will be titled “Teeny Ninja Turtles,” and the official synopsis is as follows: A young man, Casey Jones (Koechners’ son), becomes a leader of a team of ninja turtles, who embark on a perilous mission to save the world from an alien invasion.

However, when the turtles are ambushed by the evil alien invasion, they are trapped in the alien city and must battle their way out in a desperate last-ditch attempt to save their world.

Kuechner joins the “Wolverine” and “Firefly” cast for the spinoff, which will focus on the turtles’ adventures as they navigate a post-apocalyptic wasteland where turtles can only survive by fighting and protecting other turtles.

The cast also includes John Stamos, Megan Fox, Michael Rooker, John Krasinski, Josh McDermitt, and Nick Zano.

Koomer Lee/MTVThe series is set to premiere in 2018 on the premium cable channel, and the first season will also include a four-episode mini-series.