ByMelissa Thomas, writer at Creators.co
Horror blogger. Find more of my work at littleblogofhorror.com. Email me at [email protected]
Melissa Thomas

Horror has been making quite the leap from the big screen to the small screen in the form of new television series. Whether they are based off of a popular comic book, an iconic slasher franchise or a man that loves his boomstick, horror television shows are gaining massive popularity and the list of new series keeps growing. One of this fall's most anticipated new horror series is Scream Queens that is set to debut Tuesday, September 22nd on FOX.

What is Scream Queens?

The new anthology series revolves around a college campus which is rocked by a series of murders and is set in a sorority house.
Grande, Roberts, Breslin & Lourde
Grande, Roberts, Breslin & Lourde

What makes Scream Queens so interesting?

The story line is not the only thing that is putting Scream Queens on the watch-lists of so many, the cast also adds to the excitement for the series. Combining a veteran of the horror genre with a few that have had a moment or two in the horrifying spotlight sprinkled with a couple of newcomers to the genre, you have the recipe for horror magic.

The series will star Jamie Lee Curtis (Halloween), Emma Roberts (American Horror Story: Freak Show), Lea Michele (Glee), Abigail Breslin (Maggie), Keke Palmer (Animal), Skylar Samuels (The Stepfather), Nasim Perdad (No Strings Attached), Billie Lourde (Star Wars: Episode VII- The Force Awakens), Oliver Hudson (Black Christmas), Diego Boneta (City of Dead Men), Glen Powell (The Expendables 3) and Lucien Laviscount (Johnny and the Bomb). Scream Queens will also guest star a couple of names that are more well known throughout music, Ariana Grande (Victorious) and Nick Jonas (Careful What You Wish For).

Nick Jonas
Nick Jonas

The production stills and the videos that have been released look fantastic. Not only are the story line and the cast promising, but the series looks to be visually stunning as well.

Personally, I am predicting that Scream Queens will be American Horror Story meets The Craft with a dash of comedy. Take a look at the official trailer below and make your own predictions.

Get social and sound off on Scream Queens by liking the show's Facebook page and following @ScreamQueens on twitter. Share the trailer and view more videos by subscribing to the Scream Queens YouTube Channel. Also, be sure to visit fox.com/scream-queens for more exciting updates, clips and more.

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