ByRachael Rumancek, writer at Creators.co
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Rachael Rumancek

Tuesday, September 20 can not come soon enough as we anxiously await the return of “New Feminism” founder Dean Munsch, the Chanels and Hester in Ryan Murphy’s hit horror-comedy series, Scream Queens. Promising to push both the horror and comedy aspects even further this time, we can also expect some new faces among the cast, as well as an unexpected twist of fate for the Chanels; Chanel Oberlin, Sadie Swenson and Libby Putney.

It wouldn't be Scream Queens without Dean Munsch (Jamie Lee Curtis), Hester (Lea Michele), Zayday Williams (Keke Palmer) and of course the Chanels (Emma Roberts, Billie Lourd and Abigail Breslin), but they aren’t the only familiar faces we can expect to see this season. Although he was not present at Comic-con, it has been confirmed that Glen Powell will also be returning to reprise his role as the outrageously hilarious Chad Radwell for Scream Queens season two.

Never lacking popular hollywood talent, last season we were graced with the on screen presence of Ariana Grande and Nick Jonas. Both pop stars executed their roles with a precision and hilarity audiences weren’t quite expecting, but with 'Dead Gay Boone' (Jonas), and Chanel #2 (Grande), out of the picture can we expect any more A-list cameos?

Joining the cast of Scream Queens this season we are elated to announce are funny-guys John Stamos as Dr. Brock Holt, and Taylor Lautner as Dr. Cassidy Cascade. Both are talented actors and we know they will be nothing short of exceptional.

John Stamos
John Stamos

Season one was a surprisingly upbeat, witty and comedic homage to 80s and 90s horror, will season two be moving along the same tempo of this campy-slasher-comedy? Or will we be treated to an altogether new tone for the show? According to executive producer Ian Brennan the show will be “leaning into the creepiness a little more and the comedy a little more.”

Extra scares and more laughs in season two of Scream Queens? We’re not complaining.

Season two will not be picking up exactly where we last left off, but as a fast-forward continuation three years into the future with more laughs, screams and stars. Stay tuned and let the final countdown of Scream Queens return to Fox network commence.

Will you be tuning in to watch the season two premiere of Scream Queens this September? Let us know in the poll below!


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