MTV’s Scream: The Series: Season Two Moving Tuesdays

MTV’s Scream: The Series: In the Danger of  Being Discontinued

Title: MTV’s Scream: The Series

Creators: Jay Beattie, Jill E. Blotevogel, Dan Dworkin


Season Two of MTV’s Crime, Horror,  Mystery Scream: The Series, is moving to Tuesdays. Season Two premiered on May 30, 2016, but has changed its schedule to 10 pm EST/PT on Tuesdays due to a higher ranking.

What starts as a YouTube video going viral soon leads to problems for the teenagers of Lakewood and serves as the catalyst for a murder that opens up a window to the town’s troubled past. MTV's Scream

Season One of Scream: The Series was a success. At least, in my opinion. But, according to ratings on IMDb, it been a success amongst the viewers. The idea of making a spin-off television show off the Scream franchise was a great idea, and the storyline and characters are being developed quite well.

Unfortunately the Scream: The Series television is in danger of being discontinued after Season Two due to the dramatic decrease in ratings. Because a lot of people aren’t able to view the show live, this has resulted in the plunge of ratings. MTV's ScreamA petition has been created to save the Scream: The Series programming. The petition is near its goal, with 1,787 supporters. A total of 713 is needed to reach a goal of at least 2,500. Visit to support the petition and keep the television programming going and hopefully, get Season Three in production.

It’s very rare that I find a television show that can keep me interested past the first episode, and Scream: The Series is one of those shows. I am a big fan of Crime, Drama, and Mysteries, so that could be why.

Also, the Scream franchise is one of my favorite Horror cinema franchises, so I am anxious and excited to see where the television series leads.

I am a fan of the storyline and the characters. I didn’t expect the outcome in Season One. I did a lot of comparing the series to the film. However, the ending left me shocked and with high expectations for a good second season, or even better.

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