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Wes Craven stated in an interview that MTV should have left the mask alone and let "Ghostface be Ghostface."
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For all of the scenes where Emma (Willa Fitzgerald) is on the phone talking to the killer on the other line, the voice on the phone was actually one of the assistant directors, who just read the lines in the room. She had no idea what the killer's voice was going to sound like until she watched the final cut.
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In season one, episode ten, "Revelations", characters discuss using a landline in Brooke's (Carlson Young's) home to call for help. Jake (Tom Maden) then asks "A land line? What is this, 1996?" 1996 is the year that Scream (1996) came out.
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Every episode of season two is named after a horror movie.
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The killer's mask was originally stated by the producers as being made of flesh, and can vaguely be seen in promotional teasers. After the pilot episode was finished, the mask was digitally altered in the opening scene and certain scenes re-shot to include the white mask used instead.
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In season one, episode ten, "Revelations", the series paid respect to Wes Craven who passed away on August 30, 2015. Wes Craven was the director of the Scream movies.
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Wes Craven confirmed on his Twitter page with a picture that there would be a newly designed mask.
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Like Scream (1996) was influenced and a bit inspired by the Gainesville Ripper, the series is a bit inspired by the Sheila Eddy case.
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It was announced in September 2014 by Fun World, the company that holds the rights to the mask, that Ghostface will not be in the television show. That may change in later years, but as of now, he is not in it.
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Willa Fitzgerald used her own smartphone (iPhone 6) whenever her character is seen using one on-screen.
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Riley Marra was named to give an homage to Tatum Riley (Rose McGowan), the main character's best friend from Scream (1996).
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In a Q&A on her Facebook page, a fan asked Bella Thorne if she was starring in the Scream television series. She replied saying, "Yes it is true. i will re-enact the famous scene of Drew Barrymore in the original series."
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Neve Campbell, who played Sidney Prescott in the Scream film franchise, said if the show did well, she would possibly do a cameo.
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Chanel West Coast, Ashley Rickards, Tyler Posey, and other MTV stars were featured in the promo, titled "Killer Party", as guests who were murdered for attending a Scream party.
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Noah Foster (John Karna) is based on Randy Meeks (Jamie Kennedy) from the Scream movies.
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Tracy Middendorf also appeared in Wes Craven's Wes Craven's New Nightmare (1994) as Julie the babysitter.
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The characters from the series reflect the characters from Scream (1996). Emma (Willa Fitzgerald) and Sidney (Neve Campbell), Brooke/Riley (Carlson Young/Brianne Tju) and Tatum (Rose McGowan), Noah/Audrey (John Karna/Bex Taylor-Klaus) and Randy (Jamie Kennedy), Jake (Tom Maden) and Stu (Matthew Lillard), Will/Kieran (Connor Weil/Amadeus Serafini) and Billy (Skeet Ulrich), Nina (Bella Thorne) and Casey (Drew Barrymore), Tyler (Max Lloyd-Jones) and Steve (Kevin Patrick Walls).
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On October 14, 2016, this show was renewed for season three on MTV. However, it will focus on a completely new story, as well as new characters.
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It is said that the original mask from the series could appear later on in the show.
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This is Amadeus Serafini's first role in a television show. He said he auditioned for three shows and that he has learned a lot from being on-set and working on the show.
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On July 29, 2015, this show was renewed for season two on MTV.
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Amy Forsyth was playing the role of Audrey Jensen before being replaced by Bex Taylor-Klaus.
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Filming took place in Louisiana from April to July in 2015.
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All episodes in the second season are named after a different horror movie, particularly slasher films.
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In the classroom in season one, episode three, "Wanna Play a Game?", Wild Things (1998) is briefly referenced. Neve Campbell starred in this movie, as well as playing the lead role of Sidney in the Scream film franchise.
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In season two, episode thirteen, "Halloween Special", the address of the house on the island, at which Emma and her friends were staying, was said to be 45 Lampkin Lane. This is the same address of the Myer's house in Halloween (1978).
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On Feburary 22, 2015, it was revealed that Joel Grestch (who originally played Sheriff Clark Hudson) had left the show as producers thought his character should go down a different path. This is the second actor or actress to leave the show, the first being Amy Forsyth, who was originally playing the role of Audrey Jensen before being replaced by Bex Taylor-Klaus.
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The third season is reported to be a complete reboot of the series with a new cast.
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Season two, episode one, "I Know What You Did Last Summer", begins in a movie theater, just like in Scream 2 (1997).
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The name of the coffee shop that Emma (Willa Fitzgerald) works at (and other characters frequent) is called "The Grindhouse". In respects to cinema, a Grindhouse is a term used to define a theater that centers on displaying exploitation films, which typically center on niche genres and explicit content.
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It was announced on June 3, 2012, that former MTV network executives, Tony DiSanto and Liz Gateley, were looking for someone to write a pilot for a potential series based on the Scream film franchise. In 2013, it was reported that Jay Beattie and Dan Dworkin of Criminal Minds (2005) fame had been hired to write the script for the pilot episode.
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Bella Thorne, who played Nina, was supposed to play the lead role of Emma Duval, but declined because she did not want to stay full time in Louisiana to film the series.
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Chase McCleery Bouchie's character is named "Eddie Kreuger", a reference to Freddy Krueger, Wes Craven's creation and dream-haunting antagonist of the A Nightmare on Elm Street film franchise.
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The childhood home of Maggie Duval (Tracy Middendorf), where she takes Emma (Willa Fitzgerald) in season one, episode six, "Betrayed", is the same house used for Mike Wheeler's (Finn Wolfhard's) house in Stranger Things (2016). You can tell, as from the side view you can see the white boards on the second story of the house, and the garage on the right side of the house. This show was also distributed by Netflix.
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When filming the slap scene in season one, episode five, "Exposed", Willa Willa Fitzgerald (who plays Emma) slapped Connor Weil (who plays Will) harder than intended. Afterwards, he forgave her.
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Bella Thorne and Drew Barrymore appeared in Blended (2014).
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Bobby Campo and Bella Thorne starred in horror films before starting in this television horror series. Campo was the male lead in The Final Destination (2009) and Thorne was the female lead in Amityville: The Awakening (2017).
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Season one wrapped on July 20, 2015.
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The third season marks the return of the Ghostface of the Scream film franchise, marking the first time the iconic costume of the movies appears.
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Carlson Young and John Karna appeared in Premature (2014).
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Scream (1996) was the winner of "Best Film" At The 1997 MTV Movie Awards (1997). MTV decided to make Scream: The TV Series (2015) in honor of the fact.
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Jason Wiles (Sheriff Clark Hudson) and Anthony Ruivivar (Sheriff Miguel Acosta) appeared on Third Watch (1999).
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In a scene in season two, episode nine, "The Orphanage", where Emma (Willa Fitzgerald) receives a tape in her locker, on the mirror it says "Play Me". A nod to the Saw film franchise as Jigsaw would place tapes around the rooms he used for the people he "tested", and left notes that says "Play Me".
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Mike Vaughn (The Voice) wasn't on-set like the rest of the cast. He only went on set a few times and met only a few of the cast members, the "biggest" star being Amadeus Serafini (Kieran Wilcox).
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Bella Thorne announced the release date and trailer on the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday, April 12.
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As of season two, episode ten, "The Vanishing", Emma (Willa Fitzgerald), Audrey (Bex Taylor-Klaus), Noah (John Karna), and Maggie (Tracy Middendorf) are the only characters to appear in every episode.
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Prior to the premiere, Neve Campbell was asked if she was willing to appear in the series as a different character. She said she would consider it if the series was good. She hasn't appeared on the show yet.
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Keke Palmer, who portrayed Kym in the third season, had previously portrayed main character Zayday Williams in the short lived Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk developed FOX comedy horror slasher series, Scream Queens (2015). In both series, she found herself the target of masked killers and appeared alongside Emma Roberts and Jamie Lee Curtis. Roberts having had previously starred in Scream 4 (2011), as Sidney Prescott's teenage niece Jill Roberts. Curtis, famous for being the ultimate scream queen for her portrayal of Laurie Strode in the Halloween film franchise, among a few other slasher films, her horror filmography referenced numerously throughout the Scream film franchise and the MTV series, the latter of which a primary influence on original Scream Creator and Screenwriter Kevin Williamson's idea for Scream (1996).
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Tyler Posey signed on to the third season without reading a script.
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Tom Maden and Tom Everett Scott appeared on 13 Reasons Why (2017).
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During the filming of the first season, the show was titled "Hush" to keep it under wraps.
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Tom Maden and Bobby Campo appeared in General Education (2012).
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Carlson Young played a character named Danika Fitzgerald in Shake It Up (2010). Fitzgerald is the last name of her Scream co-star and on-screen boyfriend, played by Tom Maden.
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John Karna and Carlson Young appeared in Premature (2014).
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Carlson Young and Bella Thorne have previously worked together on Shake It Up (2010). Thorne played the lead of CeCe Jones and Young guest starred as Danika Fitzgerald.
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Roger L. Jackson returns, reprising his voice role of Ghostface, having previously from 1996 to 2011, being the main call voice of the Ghostface get-up for all four films.
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Tyler Posey, who portrays Shane in the third season, previously appeared as a Brandon James "Ghostface" victim, along with his fellow Teen Wolf (2011) star Holland Roden and several other MTV series stars, in the season television promotional "Killer Party".
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Giorgia Whigham who portrays Beth in the third season, appeared on 13 Reasons Why (2017) alongside Sosie Bacon. Sosie, the daughter of Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick, played the Brandon James Ghostface victim Rachael Murray.
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Jessica Sula (Liv) appeared in M. Night Shyamalan's Split (2016) as teenage victim Marcia. Shyamalan's filmography, in particular his first major feature, The Sixth Sense (1999) is referenced throughout the series and film franchise.
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Tyler Posey and Gideon Emery appeared on Teen Wolf (2011).
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The first episode is named for the classic 1985 teen comedy The Breakfast Club.
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In the pilot episode, when Audrey's (Bex Taylor-Klaus's) video is re-shared and posted everywhere, one of the websites' ads says "Wes's Ta---" but it's cut off. This is a reference to Wes Craven, who directed the Scream movies.
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Keke Palmer (Kym) appeared as Zayday Williams in Scream Queens (2015).
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Marks the return of the series' slasher horror icon: Ghostface, as the previous series of Scream featured all-new killers, the fourth Scream film of 2011 marking the iconic killer get-ups last appearance.
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First of the Scream franchise to switch location from California, with Resurrection being set in Atlanta, Georgia.
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Tyler Posey had previously been featured as an MTV star promo victim for the initial Scream series (2015-2016) during the show's very first season. He had previously dated the first series' opening victim Bella Thorne and starred in the 2018 Blumhouse teenage slasher horror film Truth or Dare alongside Scream 4 actress Lucy Hale, who was also a victim of the iconic killer.
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Paris Jackson, the celebrity daughter of Michael Jackson features as the star opening victim, who along with blonde short hair and an ominous phone call from Ghostface, pays homage to Drew Barrymore's famous opening victim Casey Becker from the original Scream (1996).
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The first entry in the franchise, since Scream 2 (1997) to feature a largely African American element, along with a diverse range of other ethnic characters.
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The fifth entry: following Scream (1996), Scream 4 (2011), MTV's Scream Season 1 (2015) and Scream Season 2 (2016) to feature a high school setting, and primary cast of high school student protagonists.
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Shares a title with fellow slasher horror icon Michael Myers' eighth film installment: Halloween Resurrection (2002). Both series frequently over the course of their movies reference each other.
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Actors Tyler Posey and Gideon Emery who portray Shane & Officer Reynolds had previously starred together in the hit genre series Teen Wolf (2011-2017), a show with heavy similarities and influence from Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997-2003). Sarah Michelle Gellar the lead star of that genre series had featured as a prominent Ghostface victim in Scream 2 (1997), accompanied in her scene by actress Marisol Nichols who had starred alongside Posey and Emery in Teen Wolf.
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Queen Latifah, who served as an executive producer on the show's third season, appeared as the Oracle in Scary Movie 3 (2003), which began with its first installment in 2000, primarily parodying the Scream (1996) franchise.
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Spoilers 

The trivia items below may give away important plot points.

Bella Thorne's death scene in the pilot episode was done in one take, saying "I got it on the first take and that is one thing that I really cherish!"
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Kieran (Amadeus Serafini) is somewhat modelled after Billy Loomis (Skeet Ulrich) from Scream (1996). However, the fate and motivation of Kieran is not necessarily the same as Billy.
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The original season one killer was going to be Noah Foster (John Karna), before it was changed it to Piper (Amelia Rose Blaire).
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Season one body count: nine.
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In season two episode thirteen, "Halloween Special", there is a moment when Kieran (Amadeus Serafini) stands in front of the poster for a horror film titled The Orphan Killer (2011). This foreshadows the later reveal that Kieran is the allusive second killer, making him an orphan killer himself.
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Bella Thorne will be returning in future episodes, supposedly in flashback scenes. Thorne told us that episodes down the way will be explaining what happened to her character leading up to the events of the pilot.
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Bella Thorne was offered a lead role, but asked for a small role as she was never killed on-screen before, marking the first time Bella's character was killed on-screen.
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There are several references to Twin Peaks (1990). Both shows have the same underlining plot: an important and popular girl is murdered, and it affects the whole town. To begin with, Mr. Branson's (Bobby Campo's) name is later discovered to be Seth Palmer, who shares a surname with the main character of Twin Peaks (1990), Laura Palmer. Also, the character Audrey Jensen (Bex Taylor-Klaus) has the same first name as Audrey Horne in Twin Peaks (1990). Audrey Horne's character is very similar to Audrey Jensen's. Not to mention, Detective Brock (Sophina Brown) comments that the town reminds her of Twin Peaks to the Sheriff during season one, episode six, "Betrayed".
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Audrey (Bex Taylor-Klaus) is the first and last character to appear on-screen in season one.
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There will not be a death in every episode. However, all episodes are focused on the deaths that occur. The difference being that in some episodes, viewers will get to see characters mourning and coping with the deaths featured in other episodes.
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The ending of season two, episode four, "Happy Birthday to Me", was based on Carrie (1976).
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Scream: The TV Series season one body count: 1. Tyler O'Neill (Max Lloyd-Jones) (off-screen) 2. Nina Paterson (Bella Thorne) 3. Rachel Murray (Sosie Bacon) 4. Riley Marra (Brianne Tju) 5. Will Belmont (Connor Weil) 6. Deputy Roberts (John Teal Jr.) 7. Clark Hudson (Jason Wiles) 8. Grayson Pfeiffer (Bryce Romero) 9. Piper Shaw (Amelia Rose Blaire) Killer: Piper Shaw
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It was announced in August 2016 that there will be a Halloween special to tie up loose ends from season two.
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In season two, episode twelve, "When a Stranger Calls", the movie playing at the movie theater in which Emma (Willa Fitzgerald) and Audrey (Bex Taylor-Klaus) hide out, the movie playing is When a Stranger Calls (1979), matching the title of the episode.
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Season two, episode thirteen, "Halloween Special", takes place on a remote island during the off season in which all of the characters are stalked by a killer. This storyline is reminiscent of I Still Know What You Did Last Summer (1998), which is another franchise that stems from Kevin Williamson.
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Because the killer was originally going to be Noah, there is a HUGE plot hole because the killer was changed in the later of the first season.
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Season two body count: sixteen.
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The house used as Nina's (Bella Thorne's) where she meets her untimely demise was also used in Fracture (2007), starring Ryan Gosling and Sir Anthony Hopkins. It was also used in season five of American Horror Story (2011) as one of the murder scenes of the Ten Commandments Killer.
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Jessica Sula (Liv) appeared in M. Night Shyamalan's Split (2016). Shyamalan's filmography is cited throughout the first two seasons, Sula's character from Split (2016) is murdered.
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