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Sure, Scream Queens is campy. It's ridiculous. But you can bet I'm already addicted. I'll leave you with this last image: Lea Michele, you're about to be my new phone background.
Move over, Regina George, there is a new queen of mean in town, and she goes by Chanel in Fox's premiere of Scream Queens.
Oh, man, this show just got a whole lot scarier - and I can't wait for more.
Whether or not you relish equal-opportunity mockery will likely dictate whether you suck up Scream Queens like some sort of bittersweet cocktail.
I love all of Hester Neck Brace's suggestions, and I just love that Lea Michele is killing it as a creepy dweeb.
Chanel is supposed to be fun, and she's not-she's just the vessel for hateful words that Ryan Murphy and company take far too much delight in putting on page to screen.
That said, this first death... absolutely set the tone for Scream Queens' future murders. There might be a few laughs involved, but make no mistake: There will be blood. And occasional tweeting.
Scream Queens is aggressively hitting the beats of the classic sorority slasher set-up... and I cannot wait to see how they tear these tropes UP!
Scream Queens is as funny and self-aware as it needs to be to not bore audiences, but also offers up enough mystery and intrigue to keep even the biggest skeptic entertained.
Murphy and his cohort have crafted an enigmatic, fully realized universe that I would argue rises above and beyond Glee...and American Horror Story.