Drake took to Instagram to remember Redway, posting two different tributes.
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It looks like MTV's Scream will live to slash another day!
The cable network announced at the Television Critics Association's summer press tour that the small screen adaptation of the hit horror series has been renewed for a second season!
The series is set in a suburban high school filled with a bunch of articulate, horror-obsessed teenagers who get butchered one-by-one by a masked killer.
In the spirit of the original 1996 film, this satire deconstructs the emerging genre of horror in television, while maintaining an appropriate balance of MTV-approved teen drama!
Unlike genre favorite American Horror Story, Scream will not be an anthology series — meaning the characters (that survive season one) will continue on to next season in the same story!
Depending how patient you are, that could be a good or bad thing — Pretty Little Liars fans know what we mean.
With the series renewed for another season, the killer's identity probably won't be revealed anytime soon — but that means we get to see more beloved characters get brutally murdered by an ominous masked figure for another season!
Scream airs Tuesdays at 10 pm on MTV!
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It's been reported that AHS veteran Lily Rabe is in talks to appear on the upcoming season of the hit horror anthology series to play a famous serial killer who stays in the eponymous hotel!
This would mean The Whispers star has appeared in every season of the FX series so far, along with co-star Sarah Paulson!
Rabe played Sister Mary Eunice in Asylum (who also popped up in a flashback on Freak Show,) she played crazy housewife ghost in Murder House, and played hippie witch Misty Day in Coven!
We're so excited for the actress to check in to the Hotel, airing in October on FX!
Just a few minutes ago, the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards nominations were announced — and some of the nominations really surprised us!
One interesting nomination was Orange is the New Black for outstanding drama series — the show switched categories from comedy after the Emmys decided to group all hour-long programs in the drama category!
The biggest surprise of the announcement could be for the presenters — OITNB's Uzo Aduba and So You Think You Can Dance? host Cat Deeley (who was subbing in for John Stamos).
Aduba was surprised with a nomination for outstanding supporting actress in a drama series while Deely received a nod for outstanding reality show host!
Check out the full list of nominations (below) to see if your favorite actors made the cut!
In the 10-second teaser, the 29-year-old's mysterious character checks into her hotel. We see her silver covered hand and sharp nails!
Murphy also revealed that the songstress requested she play an "evil" character! The 49-year-old recalled when he was approached by GaGa for the show, saying:
Also, Jamie Lee Curtis provides an excellent "shi*tty" explanation as to why this is her first time at Comic-Con before she gushes about how amazing the writing is on the show — which is something she admits she rarely finds in the horror genre!
Check out the highlights of the Scream Queens panel in the video (below)!
Joined by the casts of both shows, the 49-year-old dished on the fifth season of AHS along with his highly anticipated horror-comedy series!
"Everybody on this side of the table are bad boys and girls this time."
The panel also discussed character names — Bomer will play Donovan, Peters is Mr. March, Paulson revealed she is Hypodermic Sally and Bates is Iris.
Murphy also revealed that cast member Lady GaGa requested to play an "evil" character, before teasing about the fifth season:
"Things are connected. This season, you'll see more and more and more of that. Characters from previous seasons will come check into the hotel."
As for Scream Queens, Murphy promised that the killer is
UPDATE 6:07 PM EST: Patti issued a statement about why she snatched the texter's phone, saying:
"We work hard on stage to create a world that is being totally destroyed by a few, rude, self-absorbed and inconsiderate audience members who are controlled by their phones. They cannot put them down. When a phone goes off or when a LED screen can be seen in the dark it ruins the experience for everyone else – the majority of the audience at that performance and the actors on stage. I am so defeated by this issue that I seriously question whether I want to work on stage anymore. Now I'm putting battle gear on over my costume to marshal the audience as well as perform."
In case you forgot that you shouldn't be texting during a broadway show, Patti LuPone is here to remind you!
On Wednesday, the Tony winner put a stop to a persistant texter during the evening performance of her play Shows for Days at the Lincoln Center!
Reportedly, the American Horror Story alum literally grabbed the cellphone out of the audience member's hand and took it back stage with her: