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MTV’s Scream will kill again.

Ahead of its time at the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour, the Viacom-owned cable network announced that the series based on the feature film franchise of the same name would be back for a second season.

The series, which has aired only five of its 10 episodes, launched June 30 to 1.03 million total viewers — factoring in three days of delayed viewing and streams of the pilot, that number grew to 6 million, according to the network. The premiere of the series, produced by The Weinstein Co., ranks as the No. 1 cable telecast in its time period among viewers 12-34 and 18-34.

Scream, which stars Bex Taylor-Klaus, John Karna, Willa Fitzgerald, Tracy Middendorf and Jason Wiles, focuses on the search for a murderer who killed the town’s popular girl, Nina (Bella Thorne) and the explores whether the previous generation’s killer —Brandon James — has returned.

While the killer will be revealed in the season finale, producers said they hope to follow a more traditional format — though they have discussed doing an anthology more along the lines of American Horror Story.


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I have added 32 high quality images of Bex from the premiere of Scream at the Los Angeles Film Festival last night to the image gallery! Thanks goes out to Jasper for some of the images.

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Appearances and Events > 2015 > June 14: MTV And Dimension TV Premieres “Scream” At Los Angeles Film Festival


Jun 05, 15   Holly   0 Comment TV

I’ve added over 100 high definition caps of Bex from this week’s iZombie to the gallery!

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Apr 21, 15   Holly   0 Comment Scream

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The Los Angeles Film Festival will feature a gala screening of the new TV series Scream. Produced by MTV and Dimension TV, Scream is based on the film franchise of the same name and stars Willa Fitzgerald, Bex Taylor-Klaus, Carlson Young, Amadeus Serafini, John Karna, Connor Weil, Tracy Middendorf and Jason Wiles. It will be the first time the fest has allocated one of its gala slots to a TV premiere.

Festival organizers also announced Tuesday that the fest will devote another gala to Seoul Searching, directed by Benson Lee and starring Justin Chon and Jessika Van, about high schoolers at a South Korean government-sponsored camp in 1986.

The festival additionally announced that this year’s Master Classes will include a master class in animation with Pete Docter, director of the upcoming Inside Out, one on editing with Maryann Brandon and Mary Jo Markey and another on composition with composer Mark Isham.


Apr 13, 15   Holly   0 Comment Scream

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