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Wow, that is one KILLER party! LOLz!
Every time FOX releases a new promo for Ryan Murphy's highly anticipated new show Scream Queens, we're more and more excited to watch the upcoming horror comedy!
But the partygoers are too distracted to realize what's going on outside the rager — the Red Devil serial killer is stalking the Kappa House, waiting to make the first kill!
This horror anthology is a classic whodunit murder mystery, so we'll have to put our best detective skills to work and try to figure out which character is under that Red Devil mask as the series progresses!
Check out the promo (above) and watch Scream Queens this fall on FOX!
Finally, the full trailer for Ryan Murphy's Scream Queens is here, and has the perfect balance of Mean Girls style humor and scary murders!
We get a full look at the origin story of the sorority house, and plenty of Emma Roberts' sorority president Chanel — whose one-liner jabs cut like a steel knife!
The trailer starts off showing a mysterious murder at the Kappa Kappa Tau sorority house in 1995. 20 years later, revenge has its homecoming just in time for a new batch of pledges!
Things aren't so great for the Kappas from the start, as the anti-sorority Dean (Jamie Lee-Curtis) requires the exclusive sorority to accept any pledge who wants to join — even the girl who eats candle wax!
But all hell breaks loose when a figure wearing a Devil's mask starts murdering the students one-by-one!
Check out the trailer (above) to see the rest of the all star cast and, of course — SCREAM!
Let the bloodbath begin!
With its cheeky concept and a cast that's to DIE for, Fox's Scream Queens is one of the most highly anticipated new shows coming to television this fall!
Series creator Ryan Murphy hasn't been shy about posting pictures from the killer set of the sorority house slash murder maze, only teasing us more about the upcoming horror/comedy anthology!
Now, another scream-inducing promo has been released, and it gives us a better look at the characters that we will undoubtedly watch get butchered on screen!
In the video (above) we see the next pledges in the Kappa Kappa Tau house getting warned that the house is "dangerous", and sorority president Chanel (Emma Roberts) gets a scary surprise in her bedroom!
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P.S. There's no word on a release date but we'll let you know ASAP when there is!
We didn't realize quite how large this cast was!
But we do have one question: Who's missing!?
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!
Jumping the gun a little?
Even though Ryan Murphy and Co. haven't officially started production on their new show Scream Queens, they've already got a teaser for it!
The super short snippet for the Fox series was released today, Friday the 13th, which makes sense since it's a horror series!
And in case you haven't been keeping up (and clearly can't tell from the teaser) the story line follows some odd murders at a college, and has some of Hollywood's hottest people in it: Emma Roberts, Jamie Lee Curtis, Lea Michele, Joe Manganiello, Keke Palmer, Abigail Breslin, Billie Lourd, Skyler Samuels, Ariana Grande and Nick Jonas!
Ch-ch-check out the teaser (above)!
There's no word on an exact release date for the series, but it will premiere in Fall 2015.
This show is shaping up to be the most star-studded series ever!
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