Scream Queens (2015–2016)

TV Series   |  TV-14   |    |  Comedy, Horror, Mystery


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A semi-anthology series that centers on returning characters being terrorized by a serial killer in different locations, including a university and a hospital.

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  • Lea Michele in Scream Queens (2015)
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Creators:

Ian Brennan, Brad Falchuk, Ryan Murphy

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23 September 2015 | martinlutherfan
9
| Fun and dark slasher comedy
This is a show that definitely stands out from a lot of the stuff that we see on TV. First of all, practically all of the characters are hard to like, but to some degree it adds to the humor. Scream Queens definitely has a lot of different layers and it pays tribute to old school slasher movies and even college comedies. You have the typical stuck up sorority president, the college dean that is out to get them, and the underdog pledges who really shouldn't be trying to get into the sorority in the first place. And yet, it takes all of these things and adds some fun twists! I love Lea Michele's character who is not that innocent and very weird. In fact, each of the characters have secrets and darkness to them which keeps you guessing on trying to figure out who the killer is. I will definitely keep coming back to try to uncover all the mysteries going on. Can't wait for more!

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