Scream: Season 2 (2016)



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Air date: May 30, 2016
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Slasher-horror series based on the popular film franchise. Season 2 sees Emma (Willa Fitzgerald) trying to move on with her life after returning to Lakewood, but she's soon haunted by a dream. In other events, an unknown someone threatens to expose Audrey's (Bex Taylor-Klaus) connection to Piper (Amelia Rose Blaire).


Bex Taylor-Klaus
as Audrey Jensen
John Karna
as Noah Foster
Willa Fitzgerald
as Emma Duvall
Tracy Middendorf
as Maggie Duvall
Jason Wiles
as Sheriff Clark
Bella Thorne
as Nina Patterson
Amadeus Serafini
as Kieran Wilcox
Connor Weil
as Will Belmont
Carlson Young
as Brooke Maddox
Bobby Campo
as Seth Branson
Tom Maden
as Jake Fitzgerald
Brianne Tju
as Riley Marra
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Critic Reviews for Scream Season 2

All Critics (7) | Top Critics (1)

I've said it before, and I'll say it again: Scream is at its absolute best when it's subtly aware of itself.

Feb 28, 2019 | Full Review…

If the killer had gotten to every character this season, no one would have cried for them. [Full Review in Spanish]

Jul 10, 2018 | Full Review…

Scream certainly brought it for the first episode of the season.

Jun 6, 2016 | Rating: 8/10 | Full Review…

Though it remains to be seen whether this season will wrap up the mystery of the new killer in a way that's much more thrilling than in season 1, Scream season 2 certainly seems to have avoided many of the tropes of most horror sequels.

May 31, 2016 | Full Review…

There was a refreshing dose of confidence present in "I Know What You Did Last Summer" that was largely absent last season.

Aug 29, 2017 | Full Review…

All in all, a solid enough premiere, though a lot will depend on how this plays out over the season, obviously.

May 31, 2016 | Full Review…

Sporadically clever and requisitely gory - but still awkward and forced - more than ever, Scream the TV series will work wonders if you can just forget Scream the movie series ever happened.

May 30, 2016 | Rating: 7/10 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Scream: Season 2

A great series that somehow fit into the feel of scream without feeling like a copy of the films. Can we please get season 3 already though, it has been a very long wait for a season that was supposed to air almost a year ago!

As good as the first season but found the last episode pointless and unnecessary.

Scream Season 2, is completely new, follows the original steps of Scream 2, and that's what the public likes.

I really enjoyed the entire show, as I felt it went by smoothly. I was able to understand what some of the characters felt as they ran with fear. The directors did a great job at keeping the audience in suspect while thickening the plot and keeping it realistic.

Much more interesting than the first one.

Far more predictable than season 1.

If you are planning to watch this show, do yourself favour and don't start, you will never find logic in both seasons and too many of unanswered storylines. While there was cliffhanger in season 1 season 2 just extended to another level and to make it worse season 3 doesn't seems to be continuing old story. If there were no cliffhangers I would be greatful instead and if it's for the same cast I wouldn't watch anyway because the characters are so boring specially Emma the lead who is nothing more than obnoxious edgy teen, so unstable character. Brooke, omg her acting! Well acting sucks for almost all but she is in whole new level. Oh don't mind the decoration of police force, there is no investigation at all if you are for investigative drama this just child's play targeted for teens with no storyline at all. This series is big joke.

never end this show. please

Literally love this show! Please make more seasons!

With weaker performances, melodramatic clichés, inane dialogue and somewhat pretentious new characters, Scream comes up slightly less sharp and more obnoxiously self-aware in its sophomore season -- and takes a dangerous step forward into soap opera territory.

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