Scream Queens is a 15-episode anthology horror/comedy that will premiere on Fox Tuesdays starting September 22, with the first season set on a college campus shaken by a series of murders. From the creators of American Horror Story and Glee, Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan. Emma joins an all-star cast including Jamie Lee Curtis, Oliver Hudson, Lea Michele, Abigail Breslin and Keke Palmer! Plus Ariana Grande and Nick Jonas have recurring roles!
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Check out an official teaser for Scream Queens, coming this Fall to Fox! The story revolves around a college campus that is rocked by a series of murders. Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan will produce “Scream Queens” which includes the likes of Jamie Lee Curtis, Abigail Breslin, Keke Palmer, Lea Michele and Ariana Grande.
HOLLYWOOD – “Scream Queens,” which begins production soon in New Orleans, has added Joe Manganiello (“True Blood”), Lea Michele (“Glee”), Abigail Breslin (“Little Miss Sunshine”) and Keke Palmer (“Madea’s Family Reunion”) to its cast, the Fox network announced Saturday (Jan. 17) at the Winter TV Tour. Previously announced cast members are Emma Roberts (“American Horror Story”) and Jamie Lee Curtis (“Halloween”).
Ariana Grande was announced as a “Scream Queens” guest star in a recurring role.
A comedy-horror anthology series covering 15 episodes, “Scream Queens” is slated for a fall slot on Fox’s schedule. The series comes from “Glee” creators Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan. FX’s “American Horror Story: Coven” and “American Horror Story: Freak Show,” also from Murphy, both were filmed in New Orleans.
“Ryan has proven over the years that he has just great instincts for building characters that people just care about and fall in love with,” said Gary Newman, co-chair and CEO of Fox Television Group. “He brings an outrageousness to what he does that I think is his kind of unique signature.”
Noting that the first season of “Scream Queens” will be set in a sorority house, Newman said that Murphy is “literally the perfect person to be doing this.”
Murphy has assembled his cast so far without sending out scripts — to either the actors or the network.
Below are HD captures from last night’s episode, Show Stoppers, of AHS: Freak Show! SPOILER ALERT: Never volunteer for a magic act! We saw the end of Emma’s character! Sad to see it but can’t wait to see the how it all ends with season finale next week! Emma was spotted out and about around LA the past few days including today, check out the candids below.
Didn’t think Emma was appearing in last night’s episode, Magical Thinking, of AHS: Freak Show but she made a small appearance at the end! Check out HD captures below plus preview of next weeks new episode! Emma was spotted out and about in LA on January 7 and then again today (January 8).
I have added HD captures from Wednesday night’s (December 17) episode, Orphans, of AHS: Freak Show! Preview whats to come below, the show is on a break til Jan. 7, 2015! Also check out the other new additions to the gallery!
Emma Roberts attends z100s Jingle Ball on December 12, 2014 in New York City. Check out MQs and HQs below! She looks stunning from head to toe! Check back for more additions later! Emma recently talked about Scream Queens, click ‘read more’ below!
Below are captures from last night episode, Tupperware Party Massacre, of AHS: Freak Show! Check out a preview of next weeks episode!
“Scream Queens,” Ryan Murphy’s new horror-comedy anthology series, has tapped Emma Roberts and Jamie Lee Curtis as its first two cast members, Variety has confirmed.
The project, which has landed a straight-to-series order from Fox, is designed as an anthology series revolving around two female leads each season, with the first season focused on activity at a college campus rocked by a series of murders.
Roberts is well-suited for the series as a veteran of Murphy’s “American Horror Story” franchise, having appeared in “Coven” and “Freakshow.” Curtis has made her own mark in the horror genre with her roles in “Halloween,” “The Fog” and “Prom Night.”
Fox has ordered 15 episodes of “Scream Queens” for a premiere next fall. Murphy serves as co-creator alongside “Glee” collaborators Ian Brennan and Brad Falchuck, who is also co-creator of “American Horror Story.”