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I'm going to watch Scream Queens no matter what, but that first full-length trailer for Ryan Murphy's latest was a bit underwhelming. As Murphy explains in this brand new behind-the-scenes featurette, it's supposed to be a cross between Heathers and Friday the 13th. That mix sounds like it could be a blast, but based on the footage revealed thus far, I'm not quite sure if the show will nail the horror and humor, let alone deliver an appropriate blend of the two. Hear all about the upcoming series from Murphy and his cast in the new Scream Queens featurette below. The show also stars Lea Michele, Keke Palmer, Nasim Pedrad, Jamie Lee Curtis, Nick Jonas,Oliver Hudson, Ariana Grande, Skyler Samuels, Billie Lourd, Diego Boneta and Abigail Breslin, and will kick off its 15-episode run in the fall on Fox. Here’s the official synopsis for Scream Queens: »
- Perri Nemiroff
Before she directed the critically lauded documentary "The Queen of Versailles," about the construction of the largest mansion in the country and the wealthy weirdoes who contracted it, filmmaker Lauren Greenfield made her feature debut with "Thin," a nonfiction portrait of four anorexia sufferers. Greenfield returns to the hazards of beauty in an episode of Kcet's "Artbound" called "Beauty CULTure." Women and Hollywood has an exclusive clip from the 30-minute program that features Jamie Lee Curtis, porn actress Cindy Margolis, "Toddlers & Tiaras" star Eden Wood and her mother, and Greenfield herself discussing what beauty -- and its dictates -- mean to them. Here's the press description for the episode: "Beauty Culture investigates our obsession with beauty and the influence of photographic representations on female body image. Film subjects hail from diverse points on the beauty landscape....
- Inkoo Kang
Over the years, Ryan Murphy’s name has gained prominence in the television world, as the show creator has become more prolific. Having previously gained prominence for being the driving force behind Nip/Tuck, Murphy rose to fame as the creator of the hit Fox musical series Glee, soon following it up with the FX anthology series American Horror Story and the NBC sitcom The New Normal, with all three shows on the air during the 2012-2013 television season.
With the Fox series drawing to a close earlier this year, Murphy already has a new series coming to the channel in the 2015-2016 television season. Titled Scream Queens, the horror-comedy reunites Murphy with Glee‘s Lea Michele and American Horror Story‘s Emma Roberts, with Jamie Lee Curtis and Abigail Breslin also joining the cast. The synopsis is below.
After a 1995 sorority pledge gone wrong, someone is out for vengeance »
- Deepayan Sengupta
Fox is betting big on Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk this fall with the American Horror Story creators’ campy horror-comedy Scream Queens, and now that the first full trailer for the anthology series has been released, it’s easy to see why – seemingly every teen idol this side of Disney pops up in the preview.
Emma Roberts (Unfabulous), The Nine Lives of Chloe King‘s Skyler Samuels, Glee‘s Lea Michele and Keke Palmer (True Jackson, VP) are seemingly taking on the biggest roles in a cast that also boasts Abigail Breslin, Nasim Pedrad, Oliver Hudson, Billie Lourd, Diego Boneta, Glen Powell, Lucien Laviscount, Niecy Nash, Nick Jonas and Ariana Grande. Oh – and original Scream queen Jamie Lee Curtis is on hand to provide the series’ real horror credentials (unless you want to count Breslin’s Zombieland and Haunter, which is entirely valid).
Unfortunately, the uneven tone displayed by this »
- Isaac Feldberg
Fox has now released a full-length three-minute trailer for its the upcoming comedy-horror series "Scream Queens". The story is set around a university which is rocked by a string of murders.
Emma Roberts, Jamie Lee Curtis, Nick Jonas, Ariana Grande, Lea Michele, Abigail Breslin, Oliver Hudson, Keke Palmer, Nasim Pedrad, Skyler Samuels, Billie Lourd, Diego Bonita, Glen Powell and Lucien Laviscount star in the show which premieres this fall.
- Garth Franklin
See Also: First look images from Scream Queens
Described as “Heathers meets Friday the 13th“, the first season of Scream Queens will premiere in September and revolves around a college campus rocked by a series of grisly murders. Featuring in the cast are Emma Roberts, Jamie Lee Curtis, Joe Manganiello, Lea Michele, Oliver Hudson, Abigail Breslin, Billie Lourd, Skyler Samuels, Lucien Laviscount, Diego Boneta, Glen Powell, Nasim Pedrad, Ariana Grande and Nick Jonas.
- Gary Collinson
Glee and American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy has hot horror-comedy Scream Queens coming this Fall, and after tons of brief teasers, there's finally a full trailer. It's very much like horror anthology series American Horror Story set in a sorority house, but even more fun, and with more shirtless Nick Jonas. The show also stars Emma Roberts, Abigail Breslin, Jamie Lee Curtis, Lea Michele, Ariana Grande, Keke Palmer, and a ton of other people. Take a look, and make sure you're up to date with all the details Ryan Murphy recently divulged, plus all the pictures! »
After a long, teasing campaign, the official Scream Queens trailer is finally here with everything you want: nice blonde girls with curly hair, mean blonde girls named Emma Watson, Jamie Lee Curtis giving excellent politician-speak ("We can confirm that an incident occurred last night that may have injured one of our students"), and a shirtless Nick Jonas. It has all the glitzy patina for those of you who thought American Horror Story was too damn scary. »
- E. Alex Jung
In case you weren’t altogether sure exactly what was coming your way with Fox‘s new effort, Scream Queens, there’s finally a sneak peek for you. Take a look above.
The show proudly announces that it is by the creators of Glee and American Horror Story (and is apparently reusing sets of the latter), but doesn’t just come out and say who that is, which is decidedly odd marketing. If those two shows do any work convincing you to watch, you know who Ryan Murphy is.
At any rate, you might expect that the show might as well be Ahs: Sorority, but you’d be slightly misled there. While Ahs has slid down a deplorably goofy slope since its first season, the problem with that show is that it took itself seriously. While that may turn out to be the case here as well, it looks »
- Marc Eastman
The “Scream Queens” have made their official debut.
The first full-length trailer for Ryan Murphy’s upcoming Fox show was released Tuesday, after being teased at Fox’s upfront presentation last week.
Murphy confirmed during upfronts that one of the show leads, who include Lea Michele, Emma Roberts, Jamie Lee Curtis, Abigail Breslin, Keke Palmer and Skyler Samuels, will ultimately be ID’d as the show’s killer who’s been wrecking havoc on a college campus.
“At least one character will be killed off in every episode,” he said.
The show 15-episode season is slated to premiere in Sept., airing Tuesdays on Fox’s fall schedule.
- Maane Khatchatourian
After watching the extended trailer for Fox’s upcoming horror-comedy Scream Queens, you’ll never look at mowing your lawn the same way.
RelatedFox Fall Schedule: Scream Queens Takes Tuesday Crown, Sleepy Rises on Thursday, X-Files Held ‘Til January
The three-minute video, originally screened during the network’s upfront presentation last week, gives an in-depth look at more of the series’ main players, include Skyler Samuels’ intrepid Grace, Abigail Breslin’s sassy Chanel No. 5 and Keke Palmer’s bewildered Zayday.
Additional highlights include:
* Niecy Nash’s unsurprisingly hysterical turn as an over-the-top police officer. »
"I think all these sororities are evil, but that house... is truly dangerous." A new, full-length trailer for Ryan Murphy's Scream Queens TV series has been released, teasing the hazing and horrors to come, including a death-by-lawnmower scene.
The 15-episode debut season of Scream Queens premieres this fall on Fox:
"The girls of Kappa House are dying for new pledges. Scream Queens is a new killer comedy-horror series from Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan, the Emmy- and Golden Globe Award-winning executive producers of Glee and “American Horror Story.”
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, “American Horror Story: Freak Show,” “Scream 4”). But when anti-Kappa Dean Munsch (Jamie Lee Curtis, “Halloween,” “A Fish Called Wanda,” “True Lies”) decrees »
- Derek Anderson
Fresh off a series of teasers and such, Fox has finally unveiled the full-length trailer for its upcoming horror-comedy series Scream Queens. The show comes from creators/executive producers Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Ian Brennan, the same trio behind Glee. In keeping with Murphy and Falchuk’s American Horror Story formula, Scream Queens is an anthology series with the first season taking place at a college campus rocked by a string of murders. As you can see in the full-length trailer, via Fox, the show takes on the culture of sorority life, as Emma Roberts and her privileged Kappa sisters are forced by the university’s Dean (played by Jamie Lee Curtis) to allow anyone who rushes to become a member of the sorority. There’s a central mystery surrounding the house that’s somewhat intriguing, but the tone of this thing is way off. It’s reaching for camp but failing, »
- Adam Chitwood
If you need a three minute example of how Jamie Lee Curtis can keep me from immediately pausing a trailer, look no further than this one for Ryan Murphy's upcoming Fox series Scream Queens. We've received more than a few peeks at the new horror/comedy series but this full trailer gives us a much better idea of what we can expect; camp, bitchy college students, and a lot of screaming apparently. Check out the trailer for yourself. I knew this was being billed as a »
- Kevin Fraser
Hulu has officially revived former Fox comedy "The Mindy Project" for a super-sized fourth season of twenty-six episodes. The order is the comedy's highest episode count yet and brings the series within numbers required for syndication. A premiere date has not yet been announced.
The news comes a week after the beloved but low-rated comedy starring Mindy Kaling was cancelled at Fox but talks were underway with the streaming service for a potential revival. [Source: The Live Feed]
Starz has announced a Saturday August 22nd premiere date for both Seth MacFarlane's new live-action comedy series "Blunt Talk" and the second season of "Survivor's Remorse". Both shows will score ten episodes each. [Source: Deadline]
In the series, De Rossi plays Elizabeth 'Lizzie Bear' North, the chairwoman of »
- Garth Franklin
If you put Glee and American Horror Story (both created by Ryan Murphy btw) into a blender, mashed them up and threw them at the screen, you’d probably get Scream Queens, the new Fox series due on screens very soon.
Murphy has assembled the likes of Emma Roberts, Lea Michele, Abigain Breslin, Nasim Pedrad, Oliver Hudson, Skyler Samuels, Keke Palmer, Billie Lourd, Diego Bonita, Glen Powell, Lucien Laviscount, Niecy Nash, Nick Jonas, and Ariana Grande for this brand new TV show which screens this fall. Oh, did we mention Jamie Lee Curtis also appears?
Here’s the synopsis:
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 Munsch (Jamie Lee Curtis) decrees that sorority pledging must be open to all students, »
- Paul Heath
If you love Glee and American Horror Story, the creators of those two series are smashing them both together for the new Fox thriller comedy Scream Queens! Today, we get a new trailer that offers more than just a bubble gum blowing tease. Emma Roberts sets off to torture her new sorority pledges just as a serial killer makes his presence known on campus. By the looks of things, it's going to get quite bloody and very funny on the small screen this Fall.
Scream Queens is a new horror anthology series, which will kill off a main cast member every single week! Those characters that survive will return for Season 2 in a totally different location. The masterminds behind this chilling new tale of bloodlust are Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, Ian Brennan and Dante Di Loreto, the executive producers of Glee and American Horror Story.
The Scream Queens cast has »
“Good evening, idiots”. That greeting from Chanel Oberlin (aka Emma Roberts) in the first official look at Fox's comedy-horror anthology Scream Queens, from Glee creators Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan. The first installment slated for fall, revolves around a college campus that is rocked by a series of murders. “Worst case scenario. There is a serial killer on the loose,” says Jamie Lee Curtis’ character Cathy Munsch, the dean of students at the college. The… »
Jamie Lee Curtis is back where she started. The star who made her name with such iconic late '70s/early '80s slasher classics as "Halloween," "Prom Night" and (to a lesser extent) "Terror Train" shows up in the first trailer for Ryan Murphy's new series "Scream Queens," and in the process almost recreates her famed "angry lunch" photos: Theory: Jamie Lee Curtis is the killer here. Just spitballing! But think about what a delicious, ironic surprise that would be, given her storied background as a horror-movie victim. Or maybe it's too obvious? In any event, I can't think of a better use of her intimidating talents. Also starring Emma Roberts, Lea Michele, Abigail Breslin and Nick Jonas, among others, "Scream Queens" is slated to premiere in September on Fox. Watch the trailer above. »
- Chris Eggertsen
In the first official trailer for Fox’s “Scream Queens” series, several sorority sisters find themselves at the mercy of a mysterious killer in a red mask. Ariana Grande and Lea Michele star in the show, which sees a killer preying on college students on the 20th anniversary of a sorority pledge gone wrong. In the trailer, we also get our first look at horror icon Jamie Lee Curtis as the school’s dean. Curtis previously starred in the “Halloween” franchise, as well as horror films “Prom Night” and “Terror Train.” See photos: 'American Horror Story' to 'True »
- Joe Otterson
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