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What's your favorite scary TV show?
If you like watching a bunch of articulate teens getting stalked and butchered by a masked serial killer, then you'll LOVE MTV's television adaptation of Scream!
The horror series premiered on Tuesday, and while the kill count barely took off, it definitely kept the spirit of the Wes Craven horror movie alive and well.
Series showrunner Jill Blotevogel revealed the secret of taking the 1996 slasher movie and re-structuring it into a 10 episode arc allows for more time to be spent on developing characters and adding an MTV-appropriate amount of teen drama to the mix!
Here are 5 things that Blotevogel revealed we can expect from the horror tv show! SPOILERS BELOW!
1. ) Things are going to take some time for all hell to break loose.
How many more stars can possibly check in to American Horror Story: Hotel!?
A day after announcing that Freak Show alum Finn Wittrock will be joining the cast of the fifth season of FX's hit anthology series, Ryan Murphy revealed another AHS veteran will be returning as well!
It's been reported that Denis O'Hare, who played the creepy burned man in season one of the series, will be joining the cast of Hotel!
Murphy explained that other returning favorites can be expected to take on different roles in Hotel, detailing:
"Everybody in the show is very excited about this season, Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters particularly because in every season thus far they've always been sort of the heroes, the good guy or the good lady so to speak, and this season they're playing absolute evil villains. So they're very excited about that and I think people will really enjoy it, and the Lady Gaga part is bananas good."
While the upcoming season is packed with AHS veterans and exciting franchise newbies, fans are still lamenting about the absence of series anchor Jessica Lange.
But don't check out just yet! The 66-year-old recently revealed she could be enticed to return to the series if approached the right way, saying:
But now she's adding "published writer" to her resume — because she's set to write her own memoir!!
The former American Horror Story star's yet-to-be-titled book was acquired by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, and its set to be published sometime in 2017!
The 32-year-old explained that this wouldn't be the first time she's put pen to paper:
"I've been writing since I was a child and have always had so many stories to tell that are too long, shady, and impolite to share in interviews. It brings me much joy to add Published Writer to my résumé of Actor and part-time Foot Model."
Yasss! We LOVE long, shady, and impolite!
What a renaissance woman!
Obvi we NEED for Gabby to elaborate on that whole part-time foot model thing! But we guess we'll just have to buy the book!
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It's ON… and poppin'!
Max Greenfield always tickles our funny bone playing Schmidt on New Girl, but this fall he will be making the genre jump from comedy to horror!
Murphy took to Twitter to announce the casting news on Monday:
We want nothing less for you Sarah!
Miz Paulson recently sat down with The Wrap for a segment (watch below) titled Drinking with the Stars: Emmy Edition where the AHS alum dishes on what Murphy might have meant by his comments. She clues us in and debunks an internet rumor about her character being Janis Joplin in the upcoming season:
"Here's the only thing I can give you … I am not playing Janis Joplin. I would love that, that would be amazing, but no, I am not doing that."
Well we can always hope can't we?! Ch-ch-check out the video (below) to find out a little bit more about her AHS character!
Very excited to announce that Chloe Sevigny returns to the AHS family as a series regular on "AHS: Hotel."
— Ryan Murphy (@MrRPMurphy) March 24, 2015
Sevigny is no stranger to the hit horror anthology on FX. The 40-year-old played an inmate at Briarcliff Manor in Season 2's Asylum. Hopefully this time, her character won't get her (SPOILER)
Keke Palmer is just one name in the star-studded cast of the new horror/comedy series Scream Queens. While we don't know much about the role the 21-year-old will be playing, we think the demonic gum she's chewing in this promo isn't a good omen for her character!
American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy hasn't been revealing too much in the teasers for the show, set to air this fall on FOX. Emma Roberts channeled her inner sorority girl in a similar bubble bursting promo!
The highly anticipated anthology takes place at a college campus that's rocked by a series of brutal murders and is mostly set in a sorority house. The show will also star Ariana Grande, Nick Jonas, Lea Michele, Abigail Breslin and, of course, the original Scream Queen: Jamie Lee Curtis!
AHHHH!!!!! We're screaming with anticipation!