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About this title

Storyline

Wallace University is rocked by a string of murders. Kappa House, the most sought-after sorority for pledges, is ruled with an iron fist (in a pink glove) by its Queen Bitch, Chanel Oberlin (Emma Roberts). But when anti-Kappa Dean Cathy Munsch (Jamie Lee Curtis) decrees that sorority pledging must be open to all students, and not just the school's silver-spooned elite, all hell is about to break loose, as a devil-clad killer begins wreaking havoc, claiming one victim, one episode at a time. Part black comedy, part slasher flick, SCREAM QUEENS is a modern take on the classic whodunit, in which every character has a motive for murder... Or could easily be the next blood-soaked casualty.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Facebook |  See more »

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Canceled

Language: English

Release Date: September 22, 2015

Also Known As: Scream Queens: Terreur sur le campus, Khvirilis dedophlebi |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Brazil (16, 14) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

college
satire
horror
murder

Company Credits

Production Co: Prospect Films, Brad Falchuk Teley-Vision |  See more »

Cast

Cheri Oteri
as Sheila Baumgartner
Roy Huang
as Cliff Woo
Steven Rodas
as Student
Gio Zavala
as Guy
Cecily Strong
as Catherine Hobart
Allen Boudreaux
as Reporter #2
Abigail Breslin
as Chanel #5
Niecy Nash
as Denise Hemphill
Andy Erikson
as Marguerite Honeywell
Olivia Sui
as Kappa
Tarik Woodbine
as Douchebag #2
Derek Chadwick
as Lucas White
GiGi Erneta
as Cable News Anchor
Nazeema Bartek
as Upscale Coffeehouse Patron
Alan Thicke
as Tad Radwell
Roy Fegan
as Slade Hornborn
Hannah Jacole Powell-Yost
as Kappa Tau Party Girl
Maryam Cné
as Waitress
Alec Mapa
as Lynn Johnstone
Amy Okuda
as Anna Plaisance
Susie Labry
as Shopper
John T. Prather
as Guy #2
Bill Oberst Jr.
as Clark
Marjorie Parker
as Woman
Angela Oh
as Other Cable News Anchor
Jocelyn Ayanna
as Detective
Tory N. Thompson
as Garrett
Kayla Carraway
as 80's Kappa
Christopher Chen
as Manager
Dahlya Glick
as Chanel #10
Ajay Mehta
as Dr. Arthur Annenburg
Colton Haynes
as Tyler
Jim Klock
as Detective Chisolm
Alexander Harris
as Balliff
Phi Vu
as Co-Ed Dude
David Sommer
as Orderly
Chad Michael Murray
as Brad Radwell
Harvey Shield
as Butler
Kristin Samuelson
as Nancy/Secretary
Kimani Bradley
as Rick
Elise Fyke
as Nurse Fine
Lo Graham
as Co-Ed Girl
Michael Meir Saltzman
as Keith Hernandez
Rachele Brooke Smith
as Muffy St. Pierre-Radwell
Kenneth Kynt Bryan
as Maria
Julia Duffy
as Bunny Radwell
Zachary Bostrom
as Upperclassman #2
Dan Gilvary
as Justice Kennedy
Jessy Hughes
as Frumpy Girl #2
Kyler Porche
as Student
Sean Michael O'Brien
as Screaming Kid
Kevin Bigley
as Randal
Andrea Vittoria Alvarado
as Sorority Pledge
Aaron Rhodes
as Roger
Hayley Huntley
as Snow White
Jared Wernick
as Alexander Hamilton
Shelby Linn
as Frumpy Girl #5
Glen Powell
as Chad Radwell
Chelsea Ricketts
as Amy Meyer
Michael Siberry
as Butler
Anna Ross
as Nurse
Billie Lourd
as Chanel #3
Lea Michele
as Hester Ulrich
Laura Shaw
as Melanie's Minion
Candice Richardson
as Peacock Girl
Charisma Carpenter
as Mrs. Herfmann
Jim Henry
as Arresting Cop/Arresting Officer/Sheriff's Transport Officer
Jessica Evans
as Frumpy Girl #5
Jesse Yarborough
as Mall Security
Skyler Samuels
as Grace Gardner
Mikki Val
as Millie
Trilby Glover
as Jane Hollis
Terence Rosemore
as Judge Roberts
Michael Hinson
as Other Dude
Heath Madere
as Shopper
Martin Bats Bradford
as Clerk
Ben Matheny
as Attendant
Kirk H. Andersen
as Courtroom Observer
Christopher Terrell Brown
as College Student
Carol Sutton
as Jury Foreman
Molly Durand
as Punky Brewster
Jessica Honsinger
as Sorority Pledge
Chris Angerdina
as Shopper
John Stamos
as Dr. Brock Holt
Paula Gebhardt
as Buxom Undergrad #2
Devin Posey
as College Student/Frat Guy/Party Goer
Olga Wilhelmine
as Lady Red Devil
Ariana Grande
as Chanel #2
Tony Bentley
as Yet Another Newsman
Jerry Leggio
as Wellington
Olivia Robinson
as Girl
Moira O'Neill
as Chanel #9
Dan Donohue
as Detective Chiselhurst
Anthony Serpas
as College student
Anna Margaret
as Coco Cohen
James Miller
as Dickie Dollar Scholar
Scott Gulino
as Frat Guy
Jean Louisa Kelly
as Delight Ulrich
Jay Whittaker
as Marshall Winthrop
Lara Grice
as Chanel #5's Mom
Denise Sweet
as Sorority Pledge
Abbie Gayle
as Tisha
Tadasay Young
as Reporter #2
Gary Grubbs
as Mr. Swenson
Faith Prince
as Kristy Swenson
Dan Hildebrand
as Detective Baxter
Rachel Wulff
as Reporter
David Aaron
as Proctor
David Simpson
as Aaron Cohen
Marissa Jaret Winokur
as Shelly
Deneen Tyler
as Shondell Washington
Pablo Castelblanco
as Tristan St. Pierre
Americo Galli
as Patient
Whitney Meyer
as Tiffany DeSalle
Carrie Gibson
as Adelaide Ruddy
Jamie Lee Curtis
as Dean Cathy Munsch
Kara Royster
as Girl #2
Cathy Marks
as Chanel #11
Dan Garland
as Orderly
Carla Jeffery
as Frumpy Girl #3
Jayme Andrews
as Driver
Emma Roberts
as Chanel Oberlin
Oliver Hudson
as Wes Gardner
Skylar Gasper
as Hester - 5 Year Old
Kamille McCuin
as Shop Assistant
Nick Jonas
as Boone Clemens
Nandini Bapat
as Frumpy Girl #2
Alixandra von Renner
as Set P.A.
Riley Schmidt
as Red Devil/Green Meanie/Non-Descript Dude
Sean Stevens
as Black Friday Shopper
Tina Grimm
as Nurse Schultz
August Emerson
as Brandon Szathmary
Caleb Emery
as Eugene Melman
Tavi Gevinson
as Feather McCarthy
Michael Arnona
as Shopper
McKaley Miller
as Sophia Doyle
Olivia May
as Katy Perry
Austin Rhodes
as Dodger
Allison Gobuzzi
as Chanel (Age 6)
Gracie Gillam
as Mandy Greenwell
Jeremy Batiste
as Bill
Brooke Shields
as Dr. Scarlett Lovin
Amanda Boe
as Frumpy Girl #3
Clayton Farris
as Lenk Van D'Vlonne
Patrick Schwarzenegger
as Thad Radwell
Joseph Alfieri
as Administrator
Evan Paley
as Caulfield
LB Brown
as Freddy Swenson
Karmen Capella
as Reporter
Mary Alice Risener
as Deb #1
Amber Singletary
as Courtroom Spectator/Shopper
Michelle L. Clarke
as Carnival Goer/Parent
Christopher Paul Horne
as Dude
Riley McKenna Weinstein
as Daria Janssen
Isaiah LaBorde
as Tommy
Judy Durning
as Painter
Mary Birdsong
as Penelope Hotchkiss
Christina Leone
as Audience Member
Brianne Howey
as Melanie Dorkus
Anwan Glover
as 1950's Truck Driver
Tom Bui
as News Reporter
Frank Birney
as Old Man
Kasey Mahaffy
as Thomas Benderhall
La'Charles Trask
as Daryl Strawberry
Chelsea Zhang
as Japanese Sorority Girl
Shane Partlow
as Paul Cameron
Jamie Bernstein
as Truck Driver
Rodney Feaster
as Reporter #3
Jerry O'Connell
as Dr. Mike
Helen Hong
as Phlebotomist
Roger Bart
as Dr. Herfmann
Jennifer Aspen
as Mandy Greenwell
Nasim Pedrad
as Gigi Caldwell
Geri Courtney-Austein
as Girl #1
Beau Hart
as Boone - 5 Year Old
Marcello Lanfranchi
as Reporter
Lucien Laviscount
as Earl Grey
James Earl
as Chamberlain Jackson
Hawn Tran
as Bell Boy
Jill Johnson
as Passenger
John McConnell
as Bailiff
Jordan Cruse
as Frumpy Girl #4
Seth Fowler
as Frat Guy
Hannah Hope Holt
as Kappa Sorority Sister
Laura Bell Bundy
as Nurse Thomas
Shaan Sharma
as Alf
Taylor Lautner
as Dr. Cassidy Cascade
Mike R. Moreau
as News Crew/Photographer
Megan Hernandez
as Frumpy Girl #1
Ivar Brogger
as Mitch Mitchum
Philip Casnoff
as Steven Munsch
Jency Griffin Hogan
as Eva
Jay Oliver
as Shopper
Sue-Lynn
as Sorority Pledge
Randall J. Bacon
as Guy #1
Heaven Needham
as Deb #2
Hope Leigh
as Buxom Undergrad #1
Kirstie Alley
as Ingrid Hoffel
Dacia Fernandez
as Girl
Breezy Eslin
as Jennifer
Stephen Sutton
as Cop
James Cusimano
as Guy
Heighlen Boyd
as Rhondi
Jessica Gillio
as College Student/Frumpy Friend
Lorenzo Bastien
as Douchebag #1
Bailey Winston
as 2013 Kappa
Vatican Lokey
as Teacher
Jeanna Han
as Sam
Kaleb Naquin
as Frat Boy Bartender
Etienne Maurice
as Other P.A.
Tony Beard
as Pizza Parlor Patron
Mariana Paola Vicente
as Christina
Wallace Langham
as Mr. Putney
Anna Grace Barlow
as Bethany Stevens
Steven Culp
as Clark Ulrich
Damien Moses
as Guard
Dalton E. Gray
as Red Devil
Julia Boyd
as Frumpy Girl #1
Will Koberg
as Reporter
Lauren Swinney
as Adorable Old Lady
Aurora Antonio
as Frumpy Girl #4
Elton LeBlanc
as Court Room Spectator/Reporter/Shopper
Diego Boneta
as Pete Martinez
Brian Baumgartner
as Richard
Phil Abrams
as Dean of Students
Monet Jeanne Roberson
as Sorority Pledge
Keke Palmer
as Zayday Williams
Duane Moseley
as Cameraman/Police Officer
Retta Aughtry
as Susan
Jan Hoag
as Ms. Agatha Bean
Charles Barber
as Policeman

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2015 | 13 Episodes

Season 2

2016 | 10 Episodes

Media

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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Critics Choice Television Awards 2015

Winner

Critics Choice Television Awards

Most Exciting New Series

Fangoria Chainsaw Awards 2016

Nominee

Fangoria Chainsaw Awards

Best TV Supporting Actress

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