It was announced today that Fox has made a decision to cancel the spooky yet often hilarious series, Scream Queens after two seasons.
Over the past several days we learned that Fox has renewed "Lucifer" and "The Exorcist", cancelled "Sleepy Hollow", and has plans to bring back "The X-Files", which left their remaining genre show, "Scream Queens", unaccounted for.
Season two of the show, created by Glee favorites Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan, came to an end in December (16), and fans were desperate to know if a third series would be commissioned. The gory show averaged 2.3 million viewers and a 1.0 rating in the key 18-49 demo, making it unprofitable enough that not even Murphy could save it.More news: British hospitals hit by suspected 'ransomeware' cyber attack
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While there could be a small glimmer of hope with the mention of "this season", you might as well give up now and join a different sorority, there is no way this one is clawing its way back out of development hell. Season 2, however, was pretty weak across the board. While this is not necessarily good news for fans of Scream Queens, it does sound like there may still be hope in the future. While the critical response was somewhat more positive, Scream Queens failed to improve upon its dwindling ratings.
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"When I wrapped "Scream Queens" I had to get rid of the blonde hair because [my character] Chanel was spilling over and I had to get rid of her, even though I miss her sometimes", the actress said. Keep the conversation going in the comments section below!