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Emma discovers that her mother is hiding a few secrets of her past and the killer challenges her to a dangerous game.

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Tim Hunter

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Jill E. Blotevogel (developed by), Dan Dworkin (developed by) | 6 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Willa Fitzgerald ... Emma Duval
Bex Taylor-Klaus ... Audrey Jensen
John Karna ... Noah Foster
Amadeus Serafini ... Kieran Wilcox
Connor Weil ... Will Belmont
Carlson Young ... Brooke Maddox
Jason Wiles ... Sheriff Clark Hudson
Tracy Middendorf ... Maggie Duval
Amelia Rose Blaire ... Piper Shaw
Bobby Campo ... Seth Branson
Tom Maden ... Jake Fitzgerald
Brianne Tju ... Riley Marra
Anthony Hill ... Deputy Mike Newsome
Mike Mayhall ... Guy
Taylor Murphy ... Dara Aldean
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Emma discovers that her mother is hiding a few secrets of her past and the killer challenges her to a dangerous game.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 July 2015 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

When Mr. Branson (Bobby Campo) puts Audrey (Bex Taylor-Klaus) and Will (Connor Weil) into a pair for their project, Audrey tells Will not to suggest the "pool scene" from Wild Things (1998). Neve Campbell, who played Sidney in the Scream (1996) movies, also played the part of Suzie in that scene and the rest of Wild Things. See more »

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Audrey Jensen: If you suggest the pool scene from "Wild Things," I will end you.
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References The Fault in Our Stars (2014) See more »

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Wiggle It
by Def Conz
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Goes from bad to worse
18 July 2015 | by ghost_dog86See all my reviews

My mini reaction to - Scream: Episode 3: Verging on forgettable, this episode sees "Scream" slip behind MTV's "Ridiculousness" in terms of watchability. The teens continue to be interchangeable and impossible to connect with. And while the killings continue to be brutal, they aren't as creative as they need to be in order for us to alternatively root for the killer. Furthermore, a new annoyance has reared its ugly head; the acting, which at times is so "teened up" to 11, that it's getting harder and harder to gauge a character's on-screen reaction. Did she just get stabbed or break a nail?


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