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Scream Queens Video: Meet the Outcasts of Fox's New Slasher Comedy

When it comes to her role in Fox’s Scream Queens, Lea Michele says she knows exactly what sealed the deal: “I think it was really just because [Ryan Murphy] was afraid of the meltdown of post-Glee for me.”

This is one of several candid thoughts Michele shares in TVLine’s exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the slasher comedy, premiering Tuesday, Sept. 22 at 9/8c.

We also have a new interview with Keke Palmer, in which she reveals how she found out she landed the role of Zayday. (Hint: It should inspire everyone to book a vacation to Jamaica, immediately.) Check that out below:

Last, but certainly not least, is this video from Skyler Samuels, who shares her own personal connection to the show. (Should Murphy be giving her a co-creator credit?)

Hit PLAY on the videos above, then drop a comment below: From what you’ve seen, who’s your favorite Scream Queen so far?

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18 Comments
  1. thisismenow says:

    Okay, Keke Palmer is infectiously awesome. I really am interested to see her act.

  2. getit says:

    Hester!!!!!!

  3. Jack W says:

    Hester looks like a hoot, Zayday could be a strong presence and sadly I think Grace will have that role that is necessary but not that interesting.

  4. Heathers says:

    Why do they have a girl in a back brace as an outcast?! House Bunny?! Seriously, if they were making fun of the gays and lesbians, it would be a no- go! My cousin had to wear a back brace after having surgery, and she was the most popular girl in school, regardless of the back brace. What an ass, whoever came up with the idea!

    • rinaex says:

      Honestly, at this point you have to know that some aspect of a Ryan Murphy show will be offensive and terrible, so it’s kind of our faults that we continue to tune in.

    • zac says:

      The show is an homage to the horror/slasher films in the 80s. I think they’re playing on that cliche for the show.

    • geez says:

      It is a satire a goof on all the horror movie and mean girl type movies. Its not be taken seriously. So much faux concern

      • Steph says:

        I agree much ado about nothing. It is a dark comedy making fun of a lot of things. It isn’t here to teach morals.

    • Too much says:

      Haha people’s sensibilities now days.

  5. The Grinch says:

    This show will have one good season then go off the rails since it’s Ryan Murphy. Watch this year then split.

  6. Julia says:

    So excited about the show but the less interviews with Lea Michele, the better. You can just feel the arrogance. Loving the other two girls though!