MTV News is proud to present our first exclusive preview for “I Got A Problem With…
Season 3, which kicks off Sunday, May 19, on The CW!
The finale will feature new footage and footage that we’ll be able to share for the first time in years as well as some of the best interviews and behind-the-scenes footage from Season 2.
Here’s what you need to know about Season 3:Black Forest is a land of mystery, a world of monsters, and a place where the supernatural is accepted and loved.
As the story progresses, the characters will come to understand what the world they call home has to offer and what lies beyond it.
The show is a hybrid of the supernatural, the horror genre, and comedy.
As always, there will be plenty of humor and some dark twists to the story, so keep an eye out for what happens next!
Black Forest’s dark and twisted history is a story told through the eyes of a boy named Jake (Josh Holloway), whose mother was a monster and who now is trapped in a black forest with his father (Benjamin Luszczynski).
The show also features a new villain, who is also a child, but is not as frightening as his father.
Jake’s mother is a creature called the Forest Vampire (Jared Padalecki), who has been hunting for a long time.
Jake and his father have to fight against the forest to save the forest and its inhabitants.
Jake is a boy who’s always been good at being the center of attention.
He doesn’t like attention, and he’s afraid to say anything about his family.
However, he does have a good heart and is very trusting, but he has an old secret: He’s a little boy who can’t live without attention.
His mother died when he was three years old and he is very alone in this dark world.
Jake is very protective of his mother and wants to make sure he can get his revenge on the forest.
Jake has the power to make himself invisible, so he hides in the shadows of the forest for protection.
Jake needs to figure out a way to destroy the Forest in order to get his vengeance.
The show will be a big part of the “Black Forest” series finale, but it will also feature plenty of surprises and surprises, too.
There’s a lot of love in this show.
It’s hard to say what the season finale will be, but we’re looking forward to seeing it, too!
The series is written and executive produced by David Nutter and David Yost, and it airs Mondays at 8/7c on The WB.