Scream Queens: Season 2 (2016)


Season 2
Scream Queens

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Critic Ratings: 6


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Air date: Sep 20, 2016
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Emma Roberts
as Chanel Oberlin
Lea Michele
as Hester
Abigail Breslin
as Chanel #5
Keke Palmer
as Zayday Williams
Jamie Lee Curtis
as Dean Cathy Munsch
Billie Lourd
as Chanel #3
John Stamos
as Dr. Brock Holt
James Earl
as Chamberlain Jackson
Taylor Lautner
as Dr. Cassidy Cascade
Kirstie Alley
as C.U.R.E. Institute Administrator
Niecy Nash
as Denise Hemphill
Glen Powell
as Chad Radwell
Andy Erikson
as Marguerite Honeywell
Andrea Erikson Stein
as Marguerite Honeywell
Laura Bell Bundy
as Nurse Thomas
Nasim Pedrad
as Gigi Caldwell
Oliver Hudson
as Wes Gardener
Cheri Oteri
as Sheila Baumgartner
Cecily Strong
as Catherine Hobart
Kasey Mahaffy
as Thomas Benderhall
Skyler Samuels
as Grace Gardener
Diego Boneta
as Pete Martinez
Brooke Shields
as Dr. Scarlett Lovin
Amy Okuda
as Anna Plaisance
Mary Birdsong
as Penelope Hotchkiss
Dan Gilvary
as Justice Anthony Kennedy
Ivar Brogger
as Mitch Mitchum
August Emerson
as Brandon Szathmary
Ajay Mehta
as Arthur Annenburg
Pablo Castelblanco
as Tristan St. Pierre
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Critic Reviews for Scream Queens Season 2

All Critics (6) | Top Critics (1)

The season premiere still feels hopeful, even if it is just a little bit. The writing, truly, does seem better. And John Stamos! That's something, right?

Sep 21, 2016 | Full Review…

The characters feel like people you want to watch because of how out there they are. The hospital has a life of its own that I am excited to get to the bottom of.

Sep 22, 2016 | Rating: 10/10 | Full Review…

Though Scream Again took a hot minute to get going, once it did, it was entertaining enough.

Sep 21, 2016 | Full Review…

Scream Queens season 2 hasn't skipped a beat, and if you enjoyed its campy ridiculousness last season, this one promises more of the same. It's wacky, it's funny, and at times thrilling in a way only the best slashers can ever be.

Sep 21, 2016 | Full Review…

Kirstie Alley was easily the best addition to the Scream Queens Universe(TM), even if we learned literally nothing about her character in this first hour.

Sep 21, 2016 | Full Review…

Season one had its toes dipped in reality for the most part, but season two's first episode rarely flirted with the real world.

Sep 21, 2016 | Rating: C | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Scream Queens: Season 2

  • Dec 24, 2016
    Still campy but this time the story actually made sense and the running gags worked.
    Sylvester K Super Reviewer
  • Nov 07, 2018
    The first season was so so good and I was just so incredibly disappointed in the second season. The plot was absolute garbage and made no sense at all.
  • Dec 26, 2017
    I enjoyed the transition to the hospital in this season. I hope there is a third season, which I am looking forward to.
  • Jul 30, 2017
    This series managed to lose a Toronto amount of viewers during its two year run. Good job! Made by the production team of American Horror Story, they tweaked the premise of that show`s witchy third season a little, added some Scream, a sprinkling of Heathers, (even Teeth?) and went for broke. Emma Roberts acted like on a trampoline. It never got the horror quite right, but will be remembered for its silly moments: The death of a Taylor Swift fan - Suicide by snake - The worst The Shining maze joke ever - When not to insult a jury - The party Chanel throws her older doctor boyfriend to show that she understands his generation. And how the Chanels declared, in the more relaxed second season, the need for more Chanels - to get killed instead of them. Callous is the new Nice. A pity there was no place for the no-budget sleazorama screamettes of the 80`s: Linnea Quigley and Brinke Stevens. Kirstie Alley and Brooke Shields? Not scream queens.
  • Apr 04, 2017
    No Review Needed It's Just Awesome!
  • Mar 17, 2017
    Still uneven but its cast shines brighter then ever.
  • Dec 31, 2016
    This Season is the Best!
  • Dec 26, 2016
    Scream Queens season 2 counts with the same interesting characters of the first season. But, despite some good gags, normaly by the outstanding Emma Roberts, this season only adds boring and bad explored characters easy to kill, the narrative is awful as its script, the clever jokes that season 1 accustomed us to are being transformed into lazy jokes and the story is so predictable that since of episode 1 you can predict who the killer is.
  • Dec 25, 2016
    This show is so underrated omg, It's a good series with really good actors and actress! Such a well though show with good cast, roles, script and everything! It's funny and also serious. This isn't a dumb show that the roles are about stupid girls or people. They seem and plays stupid, but they come up with really clever ideas and things, because this is such and well though series. I don't think people have seen this kind of show before and thinks it's a little weird? I don't know. Give it timeeeee, the first season was a little wild and crazy, but the season 2 is sooooo good! I swear, it's literally the best! A VERY entertaining, exciting and funny show!
  • Dec 22, 2016
    While I may not be the target audience for this show I can admit that everything i wanted season 1 to be is what Season 2 is. Combining some hilarious outrageous over the top humor mixed with some genuine thrills that takes all of the best things about Season 1 and adding to it. While this season in itself is quite different from the 1st it doesn't forget all that went down in the previous season and does a great job with telling it's story as well as introducing some fantastic new characters that add a new layer and edge to the show that wasn't there in the 1st season. It also benefits from rarely taking itself all that seriously as well as having a much larger focus on the ensemble themselves which gives the actors a lot more to do to show off there talents and while this season isn't perfect and doesn't always know what to do with some of the recurring characters it's simply a lot more consistent, entertaining and always had a few surprises along the way that i genuinely didn't see coming and made me finally realize the fanbase behind this show and made me generally interested in seeing where else the show can go. Overall Grade of the Season: 4.5/5 or an A-

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