'Scream Queens' Creator Ryan Murphy Just Teased A Reboot And Twitter Can't Cope
The short-lived horror-comedy series 'Scream Queens' might be getting a reboot -- at least according to creator Ryan Murphy's curious Instagram post.
On February 4, Murphy shared an image of actor Emma Roberts' Scream Queens character Chanel Oberlin -- and dropped a major hint that the show might be making a comeback.
"So many people recently have been asking me about rebooting or continuing SCREAM QUEENS (RIP, taken too soon)," he wrote.
The series aired for just two seasons on FOX from 2015 to '16 before it was killed off -- not unlike many of the cast who fell victim to the villain, a devil-clad serial killer.
Murphy -- who is also behind iconic series like Glee and American Horror Story -- went on to mention that he's been "musing" about a reboot with stars Roberts, Billie Lourd (Chanel #3) and Lea Michele (Hester Ulrich) but said that they couldn't quite decide on the format.
"Should it be a six-episode limited [series]? A catch up movie? Who should I bring back? Would love your thoughts. So many questions...." he wrote, which essentially opened the floodgates on social media for fans to share their opinions.
The overwhelming majority were K-E-E-N.
Like, literally screaming.
*waves furiously in Murphy's direction*
Some fans had rather precise demands.
Others were already picturing the promo video.
Let us all pray for an Ari appearance.
Come through, Chanel #2.
Aaaaand then this happened over on Instagram ...
That's gotta be a good sign, right?
Fingers crossed that the Chanels, Dean Munsch (Jamie Lee Curtis), Zayday Williams (Keke Palmer) and maybe even Dr. Cassidy Cascade (Taylor Lautner) make a return.
Feature image: 20th Century Fox Television.