7.2
2,055 votes
Scream: The TV Series

Scream: The TV Series

VH1 2015

After a cyber-bullying incident results in a brutal murder, the shocking violence stirs up memories of a killing spree from the past that has haunted some, intrigued others and maybe just inspired a new killer. A group of teens - with two old friends struggling to reconnect at its heart - become lovers, enemies, suspects, targets and victims of an assassin who's out for blood.

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The 10 Best Episodes of Scream: The TV Series

Scream: The TV Series - S2E12

#1 - When a Stranger Calls

8.14

Season 2 - Episode 12

Emma and Audrey must make a daring move. Finally facing off with the Killer, they unmask Piper’s final surprise.

The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Scream: The TV Series from 595 votes.

Scream: The TV Series - S1E10

#2 - Revelations

8.12

Season 1 - Episode 10

Season Finale- Emma races to save another loved one; the killer's identity is revealed.

The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Scream: The TV Series from 694 votes.

Scream: The TV Series - S1E7

#3 - In the Trenches

7.97

Season 1 - Episode 7

Emma races to save a friend from the killer's dangerous game of hide-and-seek.

The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Scream: The TV Series from 709 votes.

Scream: The TV Series - S2E10

#4 - The Vanishing

7.90

Season 2 - Episode 10

Audrey and Emma are driven further apart, Maggie and Acosta worry about secrets from their past and Noah's affection for Zoe is used against him.

The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Scream: The TV Series from 579 votes.

Scream: The TV Series - S2E5

#5 - Dawn of the Dead

7.88

Season 2 - Episode 5

The death of a loved one hits everyone hard and GW High goes into lockdown; suspicions rise among the Lakewood Five.

The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Scream: The TV Series from 653 votes.

Scream: The TV Series - S2E4
#6 - Happy Birthday to Me
7.87
Season 2 - Episode 4

Brooke is worried about Jake's sudden disappearance until a gift arrives in time for Kieran's birthday party.

The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Scream: The TV Series from 681 votes.

Scream: The TV Series - S1E9
#7 - The Dance
7.82
Season 1 - Episode 9

Emma, who doubts that the actual killer has been captured, teams with Piper to find answers at the Halloween dance.

The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Scream: The TV Series from 657 votes.

Scream: The TV Series - S2E6
#8 - Jeepers Creepers
7.80
Season 2 - Episode 6

Emma starts to question her friendships when tensions rise between her and her friends. Meanwhile, Noah reveals his latest theory about the identity of Piper's accomplice. Noah takes his investigations further.

The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Scream: The TV Series from 619 votes.

Scream: The TV Series - S2E11
#9 - Heavenly Creatures
7.78
Season 2 - Episode 11

In the wake of another murder, Emma and Audrey find themselves primes suspect when evidence appears implicating them both in the killing spree.

The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Scream: The TV Series from 578 votes.

Scream: The TV Series - S2E9
#10 - The Orphanage
7.71
Season 2 - Episode 9

Emma and Audrey learn why they are being targeted while Noah loses something that is dear to him and a long missing body of evidence is located.

The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Scream: The TV Series from 581 votes.

Last updated: nov 20, 2020

Comments

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To be honest , I am a big fan of slasher genre , so I have to give Scream thumbs Up.

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With Wes Craven's recent passing this show can't be considered a honor to his work. Luckily he didn't do much else than let them use his name for the show. > You can't do a slasher movie as a TV series. The above is an actual quote from a character in this show which certainly applies here. There is little *"slasher"* in this show! Instead they took some basic ideas from the genre and paired it with Pretty Little Liars whose fans also seem to be the target audience. No one does a decent job acting, the dialogue is often cringey, the story sucks and they make absolute no use of the runtime to build the characters or go past the cliché. They even had the balls to go for a second season. For anyone who liked the movies and thinks that the TV series is the logical continuation you have to watch: don't do it.

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I just don't see this working as a TV show. I can see it dragging on and being really dumb. Just feels like a typical MTV teen drama with a few murders thrown in.

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Season 3 is really cringey, illogical and a bit obvious, the characters are hard to connect with and the story moves too fast, you learn about a character and then they immediately die making the things you learned pointless and makes sympathising or empathising with a character difficult since it's just come out of nowhere and then ends there too. Also I know race issues are prevalent in current society, but I think it comes up too much unnecessarily. The characters just feel poorly written. The ending is weird too, feels like in the end none of it really mattered or had a logical reason to happen. (I know the movie was kind of like that, but they at least tried to justify it in a somewhat logical way). I'm kind of disappointed, but not surprised. It sucks if that's the last we'll see of the series, especially since the first 2 seasons weren't too bad.

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Scream tries to rescue all that suspense from the golden age teen horror movies, but fails miserably, with a super predictable script that in the first episodes scrubs in the face the identity of the killer (indirectly), soon after you already know who Is the Serial Killer series still tries to create a whole mystery between the characters (this you already knowing who the killer is). Taking the (friendly) relationship between Audrey and Noah, the rest of the characters do not have a good chemistry, the relationship between them is painless, as are the dialogues and performances (which are worse than Kristen Stewart's in that movie you already Knows), and to complete, all the characters are underdeveloped and linear, without even a shallow depth, not to mention that they are super stereotyped, like: Emma is the exemplary girl, Audrey the lesbian rebel, Noah is the nerd knows everything, Kieran Is the heartthrob, Brooke is the bitch and Gustavo is the class asshole! Spare me, the series is so clichéd and predictable and with such a disappointing ending it leaves Lost in the slipper!

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[spoiler]This show is dumb as ****. Bodies are dropping everywhere and they are kids and like four kids in the same school got murdered and brutally but they still have school and the main character who is obviously the center of it all is not under constant police surveillance. This is the dumbest show I've ever watched

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So at least the deaths are creative and interesting to watch. That being said, everythingelse about this show isn't worth it. The characters are cardboard, the plot is just as flat. It's something to watch when you want to have something in the background but don't really care to give it your full attention.

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Plot has a few inconsistencies, don't know if they are actual mistakes or material for season 2. I couldn't get enough of season 1, waiting for season 2!

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This is honestly so horrible. A classic slasher movie turned into a Pretty-Little-Liars-like tv show. It is so angering!! Most of the audience is also a bunch of young teens who additionally probably also watch tv shows like Teen Wolf, The Vampire Diaries, Riverdale, Supernatural, etc. Wes Craven's work was legendary, and to have a Scream spin off this bad is just so irritating. The actors are fucking terrible, and the serial killers were so easily predicted and horribly portrayed. The serial killers' acting were cringe worthy and more comical then thrilling.. HAH!

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Do not kill noah in season 3

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