Why 'Scream Queens' will Most Likely be Cancelled

Tuesday, 16 May, 2017

Fox has canceled Scream Queens after two seasons, Fox Chairman and CEO Gary Newman announced Monday.

The anthology horror comedy series created by Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan and starring Glee's Lea Michele, American Horror Story regular Emma Roberts and original Hollywood scream queen Jamie Lee Curtis has been cancelled after Ryan says the story was told.

What happened to Chanel Oberlin in the final moments of the Scream Queens season two finale? That changed today with news the network has made a decision to cancel "Scream Queens" following its lackluster second season.

Fox's Scream Queens will not experience the same miraculous renewal that The Exorcist received on Friday.

Fans of the series Scream Queens may be screaming themselves.

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"It feels as if it was a complete series", said Newman. "We have no plans to go back there and tell any more..."

The confirmation comes after months of speculation about the show's future, including some subtle hints that the show wouldn't be coming back after ratings for the most recent seasons dipped pretty significantly.

The cast also included Billie Lourd, Abigail Breslin, Niecy Nash, Keke Palmer, John Stamos, Taylor Lautner and Kristie Alley.

Although Scream Queens may have no new stories to tell at this time that does not mean that a third season is completely off the table. While the critical response was somewhat more positive, Scream Queens failed to improve upon its dwindling ratings.