‘Scream’ is an American anthology slasher television series that used to air on MTV and is available on Netflix. Developed by Jill Blotevogel, Dan Dworkin, and Jay Beattie, the show is based on Kevin Williamson and Wes Craven’s immensely popular slasher movie franchise, ‘Scream’.
A relatively old show, Season 1 of ‘Scream’, consisting of 10 episodes, premiered on MTV on September 1, 2015. A month later, on October 1, 2015, the show became available for streaming on Netflix everywhere in the world except for the US, where it became available on May 13, 2016. On July 29, 2015, the show was picked up by MTV for a 14-episode second season, which premiered on May 30, 2016, and became available on Netflix on September 30, 2016. Season 2 saw its conclusion air on October 18, 2016, by when a third season had already been greenlit by MTV. However, Season 3 has still not aired, and there’s a long story behind its seemingly never-ending delay. Here’s everything you need to know about it.
Scream Cast: Who is in it?
The first two seasons have an amount of continuity, and hence Seasons 1 and 2 have common characters. The how has an extensive list of cast members, so bear with us.
In the show, Willa Fitzgerald plays the role of Emma Duval, a popular high school student who is somehow tied to the dark past of the fictional town of Lakewood, where the events in the show unfold. Bex Taylor-Klaus, meanwhile, plays the role of Emma’s best friend and a bi-curious filmmaker, Audrey Jensen. John Karna steps into the shoes of the nerdy horror film geek Noah Foster, while Amadeus Serafini plays the role of Emma’s love interest Kieran Wilcox. Connor Well plays the role of Emma’s ex-boyfriend Will Belmont, and Carlson Young plays Emma’s other best friend, the beautiful Brooke Maddox.
Other main cast members include Jason Wiles as former Lakewood sheriff Clark Hudson, Tracy Middendorf as Emma’s mother Maggie Duval, Kiana Brown as Zoe Vaughn, Santiago Segura as Gustavo “Stavo” Acosta, RJ Cyler as Deion Elliot, Jessica Sula as Liv, Keke Palmer as Kym, Giorgia Whigham as Beth, Tyga as Jamal, C.J. Wallace as Amir, Giullian Yao Gioiello as Manny, and Tyler Posey as Shane.
Recurring cast members are not short in number either, and some of them are Mike Vaughn as The Killer’s voice, Brianne Tju as Riley Marra, Amelia Rose Blaire as Piper Shaw, Tom Maden as Jake Fitzgerald, Bobby Campo as Seth Branson, Bryan Batt as Mayor Quinn Maddox, Sosie Bacon as Rachel Murray, Sophina Brown as Detective Lorraine Brock, Tom Everett Scott as Kevin Duval, and Anthony Ruivivar as Sheriff Miguel Acosta. There are several others, but we aren’t listing them all.