List of Scream episodes

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Scream is an American anthology slasher horror television series developed by Jill Blotevogel, Dan Dworkin and Jay Beattie for MTV and Brett Matthews for VH1. It is based on the slasher film series of the same name created by Kevin Williamson and Wes Craven. The series premiered on June 30, 2015.

As of July 10, 2019, 30 episodes of Scream have aired, concluding the third season.

Series overview[edit]

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast airedNetwork
110June 30, 2015 (2015-06-30)September 1, 2015 (2015-09-01)MTV
214May 30, 2016 (2016-05-30)October 18, 2016 (2016-10-18)
36July 8, 2019 (2019-07-08)July 10, 2019 (2019-07-10)VH1

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (2015)[edit]

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TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateUS viewers
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11"Pilot"Jamie TravisStory by : Kevin Williamson
Teleplay by : Jill Blotevogel, Dan Dworkin & Jay Beattie
June 30, 2015 (2015-06-30)1.03[1]
When a cyber-bullying incident results in a high school student's murder, the violence stirs up memories of a twenty-one-year-old killing spree that has haunted some, intrigued others and maybe just inspired a new killer.
22"Hello, Emma"Tim HunterJill BlotevogelJuly 7, 2015 (2015-07-07)0.81[2]
Audrey's secret girlfriend, Rachel Murray, is murdered by the killer, who stages it as a suicide. Her death raises questions and causes yet another rift between Emma and Audrey. Meanwhile, Piper, a provocative podcaster comes to Lakewood to report on the town's murders, past and present.
33"Wanna Play a Game?"Tim HunterJordan Rosenberg & Meredith GlynnJuly 14, 2015 (2015-07-14)0.87[3]
Emma learns quickly that her mother has been keeping even more secrets from her; the killer continues to harass Emma and challenges her to a dangerous game. He impersonates Tyler, which makes Riley question if he is still alive or not. Jake and Will's cyber connection to Nina's death put their futures in jeopardy. The killer claims Riley as his latest victim. The police chase Tyler's car into a ditch where it catches fire and explodes.
44"Aftermath"Brian DannellyErin Maher & Kay ReindlJuly 21, 2015 (2015-07-21)0.80[4]
Riley's murder rocks the town. Because of this, Brooke feels guilty about leaving her alone at the station. The killer leaves Emma a clue, leading her, Audrey, and Noah searching for answers at an abandoned hospital. Tyler is pronounced dead when his body is found in the wreckage of the car crash; they do not find his head. Meanwhile, Will gets into Duke University, although with no scholarship, he has to find another way to the money. At the hospital, Emma, Noah, and Audrey find the killer's lair and lots of evidence, as well as Tyler's rotting head; they are then caught by police. Noah and Audrey recover footage on Nina's laptop which shows Emma and Will's first time having sex being recorded.
55"Exposed"Brian DannellyDavid CoggeshallJuly 28, 2015 (2015-07-28)0.75[5]
When Emma and Will's scandalous video is leaked, Emma learns a heartbreaking secret. A memorial takes place for all of the victims of the killer. Sheriff Hudson is replaced temporarily by Detective Lorraine Brock who is assigned on for the murders. Emma is asked to speak with Lorraine about her friends but is threatened by the killer. Will and Jake blackmail and attack Brooke's father, Mayor Quinn Maddox, into giving them money for Will's college tuition.
66"Betrayed"Julius RamsayJaime PagliaAugust 4, 2015 (2015-08-04)0.68[6]
When Audrey's DNA is found on the inside of the killer's mask, she becomes the main suspect when Rachel's death becomes an investigation. Audrey asks Emma and Noah to destroy damning evidence at home that could her hold her responsible for Nina's death. Instead of destroying Audrey's video, they watch and begin to doubt her. Maggie shows Emma her childhood home, and explains how she was involved with him. Meanwhile Jake's betrayal causes Will to turn to Piper; both are attacked by the killer after Will returns the blackmailed money back to Brooke's father and apologizes. Will is then dragged away and abducted by the killer.
77"In the Trenches"Leigh JaniakJordan Rosenberg & Meredith GlynnAugust 11, 2015 (2015-08-11)0.64[7]
Emma, Jake, Brooke, and Noah are led to an abandoned bowling alley, where they play a deadly game of hide and seek as they desperately search for Will. Emma learns another secret of her mother's. The killer appears and unsuccessfully attacks Brooke, but injures Jake. Although the group initially manage to save Will and escape, he is killed the next morning by a booby-trapped trencher while Emma watches in horror.
88"Ghosts"Rodman FlenderErin Maher & Kay ReindlAugust 18, 2015 (2015-08-18)0.65[8]
Emma is in shock after witnessing Will's death, leaving her haunted. Brooke's father is questioned in Will's murder investigation. Emma learns that her mother had a child with Brandon James. Audrey and Noah focus their investigation onto Mr. Branson. Brooke learns her mother is alive and in rehab. Noah and Audrey discover a large piece of evidence in Branson's classroom and turn it over to the police. Brooke is attacked by the killer after Mr. Branson leaves her alone in the school's theatre. She escapes with her arm cut before running into Branson. He is then caught by police and arrested for the murders as well as his relationship with Brooke.
99"The Dance"Ti WestJill BlotevogelAugust 25, 2015 (2015-08-25)0.55[9]
Mr. Branson is taken into custody for the murders. Audrey and Noah look through Rachel's video files to find any connections to her death. Sheriff Hudson is attacked by the killer. Emma learns that Piper tracked down Mrs. James, Brandon's mother, and they visit her in hope of answers; Mrs. James gives the identity of Brandon's son. Audrey and Noah find a video in Rachel's files that could connect Kieran to her and Nina's murders. Brooke and Jake fight when Jake insults her family, so instead of going to the dance, she plans her own party. At the annual Lakewood Halloween Dance, Audrey alerts Emma of her findings, but Emma doubts this, upsetting Audrey. Emma begins questioning herself and confronts Kieran. The killer makes his move when he alerts every citizen at the dance – including Noah, Piper, Emma and her mother – that he is holding an injured Sheriff Hudson hostage in an unknown location.
1010"Revelations"Jamie TravisJaime PagliaSeptember 1, 2015 (2015-09-01)0.76[11]

Branson escapes from prison and the hunt for Sheriff Hudson is on. They find Hudson tied to a tree and as Maggie unties him, she accidentally disembowels him and he dies. Brooke, Kieran, Audrey, and Jake are unaware of the killer's grand finale. With no idea where they are, Emma and Noah race against time to save their friends. At the party, the killer injures Audrey and Brooke but they survive. Emma is lured to the dock by the killer, who is holding Maggie hostage. The killer is revealed to be Piper Shaw, Brandon James' daughter. She explains to Emma that she should have had the life Emma got, and killed her friends to watch her suffer. After a struggle, Piper tells Emma she has one more surprise before she is shot in the chest by Audrey. Emma finishes Piper off by shooting her in the head, killing her. Noah takes over Piper's podcast and talks about the possibility of Piper having an accomplice. Audrey is then shown burning letters she had exchanged with Piper months prior to the murders.


This episode was dedicated to Wes Craven (director of the Scream films), who passed away from brain cancer on August 30, 2015.[10]

Season 2 (2016)[edit]

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TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateUS viewers
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111"I Know What You Did Last Summer"Brian DannellyMichael Gans & Richard RegisterMay 30, 2016 (2016-05-30)0.40[12]

As all returns to normal, Audrey is pranked by Haley Meyers and another stranger attempting to terrorize her and ends up stabbing the other stranger because he was dressed as the previous killer and wearing a Brandon James mask, who survives since his camera strap blocked it. Emma returns home after three months away at a treatment facility for her PTSD. Brooke leaves Jake after he angers her. The same night, Jake is secretly attacked by a new killer. Noah begins an obsession with the previous murders and theorizes that Piper had an accomplice, which drives feelings of unease with Audrey considering her former connection with Piper. Audrey is later harassed by someone who is aware of her interactions with Piper. Emma notices on Noah's murder mystery board a picture of a barn to which she makes a link of the place in her dreams. Curious, she and Brooke go to investigate the barn. There, Jake is murdered with a scythe but goes unnoticed by Emma and Brooke. Emma enters the barn and finds nothing, causing her to question why she is dreaming about it. She then turns to see someone living in the abandoned house next door. Emma enters the house seeing pictures of her younger self and clippings of the murders. She then notices a dark figure in the background and screams.


The title of this episode is a homage to the 1997 slasher film I Know What You Did Last Summer, which is based on the 1973 novel of the same name by Lois Duncan and was directed by Jim Gillespie. Bex Taylor-Klaus's opening sequence of the episode is a homage to the Jada Pinkett Smith and Omar Epps's opening sequence in Scream 2.
122"Psycho"Scott SpeerMeredith GlynnJune 6, 2016 (2016-06-06)0.50[13]

Emma, who escaped the barn unharmed with Brooke, returns with Maggie to find nothing Emma saw earlier there anymore, concluding she hallucinated. Kieran's aunt, Tina, says that Kieran has to move to Atlanta because he is living in his dad's house without a guardian. Emma turns to Ms. Lang for help when she has a hallucination of Piper. Noah finds something that leads him to a motel where the receptionist, Eddie, claims he saw Piper's accomplice. Emma faces her fears at the dock at Wren Lake before getting followed home by someone who is revealed to be her father. Audrey is led to an abandoned warehouse where she finds Jake's body.


The title of this episode is a homage to the 1960 psychological horror film Psycho, which is based on the 1959 novel of the same name by Robert Bloch and was directed by Alfred Hitchcock.
133"Vacancy"Jamie TravisSteve YockeyJune 13, 2016 (2016-06-13)0.35[14]

Audrey is shocked when she finds Jake's body, and gets a call from the killer, forcing her to flee the scene. Later, Emma returns home and tells Maggie that her father is back in Lakewood. After Emma and her father have an argument in the coffee shop, she leaves while Kevin books himself into Crescent Palms Motel. Kevin tells Maggie that he has been receiving emails from Riley Marra, which scares Maggie since Riley was murdered by Piper. At the motel, Eddie is murdered with a corkscrew by the killer in Kevin's room. Emma goes to Crescent Palms and tries to apologize for storming out earlier but finds Kevin's room empty. The killer video chats Audrey a message and threatens to kill Emma. Audrey calls the police anonymously but finds Emma outside confronting her father over a drunken fight. Emma finds herself not being able to trust her father when he plans to leave Lakewood again without telling her. Audrey lies to the police about the reason she called them. Emma's father reveals the truth about a past incident when Emma was young. Audrey walks Emma to her car. Audrey then gets in her car while the killer sends her another message stating to look under her car seat where she finds the bloody corkscrew the killer used to kill Eddie.


The title of this episode is a homage to the 2007 horror film Vacancy, directed by Nimród Antal.
144"Happy Birthday to Me"Daniel StammBrian SieveJune 20, 2016 (2016-06-20)0.27[15]

Audrey attempts to bury the bloody corkscrew but the killer recovers it and she finds it in her bed the next morning. Emma has a bad dream of Kieran getting stabbed by the killer. She later texts Kieran to say happy birthday. Against Kieran's will, Eli tells Emma that Kieran wants a surprise party which leads them to organize it at Emma's house. Sheriff Acosta begins to worry about Jake's absence. Audrey finds strange drawings of the Lakewood Six on Gustavo's iPad. At the party, Eli and Emma almost kiss and a bottle of tequila by "Jake" causes everyone to fall ill and start hallucinating. Audrey hallucinates Rachel, making her kiss Noah. Emma seems to encounter the killer in the woods, but since it is unclear whether or not it was a hallucination, she is disbelieved. The next day, Eli apologizes to Emma and in assembly, the Lady Of The Lake finalists are announced which leads to lots of blood and guts being dropped on Brooke. Then Jake's body falls from the banner and Brooke begins screaming as everyone watches in shock.


The title of this episode is a homage to the 1981 psychological slasher film, Happy Birthday to Me, directed by J. Lee Thompson.
155"Dawn of the Dead"Oz ScottHeath CorsonJune 28, 2016 (2016-06-28)0.45[16]

After Jake's body falls in the theatre, Sheriff Acosta puts the school into lock down. Emma and her friends are then trapped inside the school with the killer. Emma finds Jake's phone in her bag, while everyone questions who put it there. Kieran and Noah sneak off to get Kieran's bag from his locker which has his gun inside. Kieran is caught by Deputy Dwayne, while Noah is stuck in the hallway. Emma comes back from questioning and sees that Haley has been talking about Emma behind her back. Emma confronts Haley, which ends in a brief fight between them. Ms. Lang takes Emma to a sleeping bay where the killer knocks on the window with his knife. Emma escapes by breaking the glass with a chair and the killer disappears. Back in the library, Audrey watches Gustavo for a while before Noah comes through the Emergency Door and confronts her on why she has been acting strangely. She walks towards Gustavo and takes his iPad, showing everyone his graphic sketches of the Lakewood Six. Gustavo is beaten by the other students, before the fight is broken up by Acosta. When the school officially opens, Noah steals Audrey's phone. In his car, Noah sees that Audrey has been involved with the murder of Jake.


The title of this episode is a homage to the 1978 horror film Dawn of the Dead, directed by George A. Romero.
166"Jeepers Creepers"Evan KatzAnna ChristopherJuly 5, 2016 (2016-07-05)0.46[17]

Emma and Noah investigate a tip from Eddie at the local amusement park. Noah and Audrey are kidnapped, and Audrey confesses to Noah about her encounter with Jake's dead body. Audrey is revealed to be behind their kidnapping, which she orchestrated to prove she is not the killer. Emma tracks them down and the three run into Kieran, who followed Emma there. Brooke lures Branson to a hotel room and threatens to kill him if he does not confess to killing Jake, to no avail. Believing him but still upset, Brooke leaves him handcuffed to the bed. Audrey tells Noah about her connections with Piper: Audrey wanted Piper's help to make a documentary about Brandon James but when people started dying, Piper lied and proclaimed her innocence, which made Audrey blame herself for the murders. She tells Noah everything about the texts and the storage room and asks Noah to let her tell Emma herself. Unbeknownst to Noah and Audrey, their whole conversation was accidentally recorded. The killer enters the room where Branson is still handcuffed, cuts off his hand, and then cauterizes the wound with an iron.


The title of this episode is a homage to the 2001 horror film Jeepers Creepers, directed by Victor Salva.
177"Let the Right One In"Rodman FlenderSteve YockeyJuly 12, 2016 (2016-07-12)0.40[18]

Emma is mad at Kieran for talking to Sheriff Acosta about her behind her back and Eli takes advantage of the situation to take Emma to an abandoned house and try to make a move on her. Meanwhile, Brooke thinks that Branson is texting her and threatening to expose her misdeeds in the hotel room, when it is really the killer who texts Audrey to come to the school alone or else he'll expose her to Brooke. At the school, Audrey and Brooke discover the unconscious Miss Lang, who if not for the school's janitor would have been finished off by the killer. Also, Maggie and Acosta apparently have a secret regarding Brandon James and events at the farmhouse when Emma was a child. Zoe discovers Audrey's secret on Noah's podcast and e-mails it to an unknown person. The killer sets the abandoned house on fire, forcing Eli and Emma to flee. Both are unaware that a barely alive Branson is trapped inside the home with Eddie's corpse, about to burn to death.


The title of this episode is a homage to the 2008 romantic horror film Let the Right One In, directed by Tomas Alfredson.
188"Village of the Damned"Gil KenanMeredith GlynnJuly 19, 2016 (2016-07-19)0.36[19]

At the annual Lakewood carnival, Audrey tries to work up the courage to tell Emma about her involvement with Piper. Brooke gets drunk before her speech for the Lady of the Lake pageant and, Zoe wins the pageant. Zoe and Noah are close again to being intimate when she decides he is not ready. Audrey begins suspecting Eli as the killer after a fight between him and Kieran leads to Emma telling Audrey about a restraining order against Eli by a girl in Atlanta. The killer abducts Kieran (off-screen) and takes him to the house of mirrors before luring Emma there. Once inside, Deputy Dwayne, who arrived to help Emma, is thrown in a mirror and killed while Emma gets his gun to shoot the killer. However, the killer uses Kieran as a decoy, who is almost shot by Emma before his mask is taken off. He then tells Emma that the reason his stepfather went off the road, killing him and Kieran's mother is because Kieran was distracting him by arguing with him in the car. Meanwhile Zoe's email is revealed to have been sent to Emma, who learns the truth about Audrey right before she was going to tell her. Also, Maggie and Acosta continue to keep their secret while Acosta begins seriously suspecting his son is the killer.


The title of this episode is a homage to the 1960 sci-fi horror film Village of the Damned, directed by Wolf Rilla.
199"The Orphanage"Leigh JaniakBrian SieveJuly 26, 2016 (2016-07-26)0.35[20]

Emma is furious to learn that Audrey brought Piper to Lakewood, cutting all ties with her. Following a confrontation with Audrey, she and Noah unsuccessfully try to figure out who sent the email to Emma, leading Audrey to suspect Zoe. Noah comes to her defense and tells Audrey that she needs to talk to Emma. Meanwhile, Emma and Kieran investigate Ms. Lang, who apparently has an obsession with Emma and grew up with Piper at an orphanage. Elsewhere, the killer throws a party at the orphanage, signing it off as Emma and Audrey's; Emma learns that Haley is somehow involved with the party. Haley tells Emma that she is just helping out "a very special friend" who she is seeing. Also, Stavo learns that his dad suspects him as the killer, and he finds a suspicious texting conversation between Jake and Brooke's dad. It is revealed that Haley's "very special friend" is the killer. While the killer stabs Haley to death, Emma and Audrey find Piper's long dead corpse (which was never found until now). The cops eventually break up the party to find Haley's corpse hanging in front of a banner that says "Face the mask".


The title of this episode is a homage to the 2007 horror film The Orphanage, directed by Juan Antonio Bayona.
2010"The Vanishing"Kevin Kolsch & Dennis WidmyerEoghan O'DonnellAugust 2, 2016 (2016-08-02)0.32[21]

Emma interrogates Audrey about why she brought Piper to Lakewood. Audrey did not know that Piper was the killer, but she knew that Piper was Emma's half sister. Off-screen, the killer kidnaps and buries Zoe alive, then lures Noah to the woods with Zoe's phone, before burying him alive as well. Meanwhile, flashbacks reveal that Maggie and Sheriff Acosta hid the injured Brandon James, who was still alive after his gunshot at the lake, but they do not know where he is now. In the coffin, Noah suffers traumatic hallucinations of Zoe. Emma and Audrey figure out that they need to look behind the murder board, where they find a clue that leads them to a barn by Wren Lake. They manage to dig Noah out of his coffin but when they find Zoe's she is already dead, leaving Noah distraught. The police and Maggie arrive to investigate where Noah was buried and Zoe's body is taken away. In bed, Emma confides in her mother, that they could have saved Zoe. Maggie puts a note in the tree in Brandon James's yard, telling the killer to leave Emma alone. Eli watches Maggie.


The title of this episode is a homage to the 1988 psychological thriller The Vanishing, directed by George Sluizer.
2111"Heavenly Creatures"Jamie TravisAnna ChristopherAugust 9, 2016 (2016-08-09)0.35[22]

The killer sneaks into Emma's room. He takes her diary and flees as Emma is waking up. She finds a little wooden heart with the name "Emma" written on it. She calls the police. The gang visits Noah at the hospital, where he is grieving Zoe's death. He tells them that his obsession with the killer is over and he will be shutting down "The Morgue". He also asks them to go to his house and clean off the murder board. At Noah's house, Emma finds a news article on Will's funeral and notices Eli standing in the background. This leads them all to strongly suspect Eli is the killer. Stavo visits Noah and ends up convincing him to continue "The Morgue". Sheriff Acosta questions Ms. Lang, who incorrectly says that Emma is obsessed with Piper. Eli leaves an anonymous message on Mayor Maddox's desk telling him to meet him at the barn. The killer murders the mayor at the barn and Emma and Audrey find themselves in police custody after being framed for his murder, along with every other murder the killer has committed.


The title of this episode is a homage to the 1994 psychological thriller Heavenly Creatures, directed by Peter Jackson.
2212"When a Stranger Calls"Patrick LussierEoghan O'DonnellAugust 16, 2016 (2016-08-16)0.34[23]

The killer causes the police car containing Emma and Audrey to crash, kills the driver, and helps the girls free themselves, who take the driver's gun. He later calls them and tells them someone they love will die if they are recaptured by the police. Brooke, Noah, and Kieran join them at the movie theater. The killer arrives and stabs Brooke; she is taken to the hospital while Emma flees to avoid the police but Audrey has disappeared. The killer tells Emma that Audrey is at the orphanage where Piper grew up. Emma reunites with Audrey, and they are joined by Kieran and Eli. The boys accuse each other of being the killer. Emma realizes Kieran is the killer after he mimics a phrase the killer used earlier; he confirms this by shooting Eli dead with the driver's gun. He explains that he and Piper were romantically involved. He wanted Emma and Audrey to suffer for killing her. After a struggle where Audrey gains the upper hand, Emma decides to spare Kieran's life and he is taken away by the police. Maggie finds the note she left for Brandon James with blood on it and a knife pinning it to the tree. In prison, Kieran is surprised to receive a call from Ghostface, who asks "who told you you could wear my mask?"


The title of this episode is a homage to the 1979 horror film When a Stranger Calls, directed by Fred Walton.
2313"Halloween"Oz ScottBrian SieveOctober 18, 2016 (2016-10-18)0.30[24]

Eight months after Kieran's arrest, the new Brandon James slasher murders him and a security guard in the courthouse. The remaining Lakewood survivors are shocked by his murder and, with Halloween being one year since Piper's unmasking, they decide to take a vacation from Lakewood and travel to Shallow Grove Island. There, Stavo, Noah (now published authors, having written a book about the murders of their friends) and their book editor Jeremy plan to research Anna Hobbs—a girl who supposedly killed her mother, brother, and the man having an affair with her mother, Reginald Whitman—in the hopes of writing a new book. Emma meets Alex Whitman, a descendant of the man killed by Anna, and the two take a romantic interest in each other. After a party, Stavo hits on a woman named Billie to make Brooke jealous. Billie and a store clerk named Sid are murdered by someone wearing an Anna Hobbs mask and wielding shears. Jeremy disappears after the party. Emma finds Billie's corpse when the killer calls her using the Brandon James voice, gloating she will never be rid of him.


The title of this episode is a homage to the 1978 slasher film Halloween, directed by John Carpenter.
2414"Halloween II"Oz ScottEoghan O'DonnellOctober 18, 2016 (2016-10-18)0.30[24]

The gang unsuccessfully attempt to escape on Alex's boat, which was stolen. The town's sheriff is also killed and his severed head is placed on the doorstep of Alex's mansion. Jeremy, alive and unscathed, returns. Jeremy is then locked in a closet by Alex, as everyone believes he is the killer. However, he escapes and discovers a picture of Billie and the real Alex Whitman, revealing the Alex they know is an imposter and the killer; Alex, whose real name is Tom Martin, then kills Jeremy. Noah, Audrey, Brooke, and Stavo travel through a secret passageway from the mansion to Billie's house. There, Noah deduces that instead of Anna being the killer, she and her family were attacked by Reginald and he was only killed by Anna in self-defense after stabbing and attempting to rape her. Anna later died from her injuries. Emma is briefly attacked by Tom in his costume, but she locks him out of her room. Tom takes off the costume and gets her to let him in the room with her by pretending to be Alex. However, Emma discovers the corpse of the real Alex and realizes that Tom is the killer. Tom explains that his parents were murdered and he, like Emma, is a survivor and he felt it necessary to kill anyone standing in the way of a relationship between the two after seeing her on the news. Tom also reveals he did not kill Kieran and does not know who did. When Emma explains that she does not love him, he chases her until she shoves him off the balcony of the mansion to his death. Back in Lakewood, as Noah questions on his podcast who killed Kieran, Emma's father, Kevin, is shown standing at Kieran's grave and a man named "Mr. James" checks into a hotel.


The title of this episode is a homage to the 1981 slasher film Halloween II, directed by Rick Rosenthal, and the sequel to Halloween.

Season 3 (2019)[edit]

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TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date [25]US viewers
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251"The Deadfast Club"Kevin Kolsch & Dennis WidmyerBrett MatthewsJuly 8, 2019 (2019-07-08)0.79[26]

On Halloween night in 2010, 8-year-old Deion Elliot witnesses his twin, Marcus, being attacked by a man known as Hook Man, but he runs away instead of helping. Eight years later, Deion is now in high school and is a football-player, while dealing with a scout from a university coming to see him soon. Upon arriving at school, Deion finds a TWINS bar (candy) in his backpack with a note that says "Trick R Treat", then later during the day finds another TWINS bar in his locker with a note saying "Parking Garage. After School.". He leaves to find his stalker, but ends up getting into a physical conflict with teammate Avery Collins trying to defend Olivia Reynolds, an exemplary student and cheerleader. As a result, the two along with activist Kym, gothic horror fan Beth, Kym's best friend Manny and musician Amir are put in detention together, being compared to The Breakfast Club. During detention, Deion leaves after receiving a text that says to go to the locker room. When he gets there, he's tased by Ghostface, and left unconscious in the hallway. During detention, the group is invited by former student and drug dealer Shane to a party that night. Later, Deion receives a threatening link from the self-titled serial killer "Ghostface," which threatens to do harm to the detention group, and Deion with no choice goes with Amir to Shane's party only to discover that everyone present there is wearing the Ghostface killer mask. Under pressure from Ghostface, Deion reunites Liv, Kym, Manny, Amir and Beth and shares the story of his twin Marcus, and how he was afraid to help him. But soon after this, Avery is attacked and killed by Ghostface when thrown from a catwalk and is impaled on a wooden stick. After the scare, Beth reunites the Five's Club in her jobs tattoo studio, where they come to the conclusion that they're being pursued by a serial killer and that according to the rules of the horror films, it's unlikely that the group will reach the end alive.


The title of this episode is both a portmanteau of the words "dead" and "breakfast", and also a homage to the 1985 American teen comedy The Breakfast Club.
262"Devil's Night"Tanya HamiltonLeigh Dana Jackson & Kristi KorzecJuly 8, 2019 (2019-07-08)0.60[26]
Later that night, Kym returns home to watch movies and study the nature of a serial killer, only to receive a threatening call from Ghostface and find out that he's killed her neighbor, Latavious. The next morning, Kym reunites with Beth, Manny, Amir and Deion to discuss ways to survive, while Liv is forbidden to leave home by her father, Officer Reynolds. During a lecture in memory of Avery, Kym shares with the group her theory that Shane is Ghostface, because the party he hosted had the same mask that Ghostface uses and Beth creates a plan to attract him, to make him confess it. Liv uses her father's computer and collecting evidence from coroners, she comes across Deion to share her theory that Marcus is alive and it's Ghostface, but Deion is reluctant to believe. Meanwhile, Beth, Amir, Kym and Manny lure Shane to school, where they leave him unconscious and press him to confess that he's Ghostface, but he says he's also being threatened by the killer, who locks them in high school. The group ends up separating during the escape by the place, which results in Kym being persecuted once again, but is partially saved by Shane. As soon as he arrives at the school to help them, Deion comes face to face with Ghostface who makes the same signal with the fingers that Marcus did, and from that, Deion believes in Liv's theory that Marcus is alive. Later that same night, Shane receives a threatening link from Ghostface, only to be attacked by him soon after and suffer a lethal overdose.
273"The Man Behind the Mask"Darren GrantBenjamin Raab & Deric A. HughesJuly 9, 2019 (2019-07-09)0.40[27]

On Halloween day, which also marks the anniversary of Marcus's death, Jamal has conflicts with his father and with Deion. Deion receives a call from Ghostface that warns him about Shane's death, and also, the serial killer convinces him to go alone to the place where Marcus died, to "know the truth." Deion borrows Liv's car, which with the help of the rest of the group, traces him to an out-of-town gas station. Amir decides to go with Deion and Liv to the location marked by Ghostface, but before Liv punctures the tires of Kym's car to keep her, Manny and Beth away from danger. However, Kym thinks a bunch of rude truck drivers did this as revenge because she insulted them earlier to defend Manny. At the location marked by Ghostface, Amir waits in the car while Liv and Deion meet with Luther, the ex-guerrilla Hook Man and owner of the old junkyard where Marcus was attacked. Luther says that, that night he only hurt Marcus, who ran scared and hid in an unknown location, and only a few months later, he found him dead in a trunk of an abandoned car there, and buried him in an improvised grave. At the station, Kym and Manny have a fight, which results in Kym trying to return alone to the city in her car, only to be chased by the same group of truck drivers who make her lose control of the car and crash inside a cornfield. Meanwhile, Deion and Luther are pursued by Ghostface in the junkyard, where Ghostface ultimately kills Luther by being chained inside a carcrusher. Liv looks for Amir, who comes running to the cornfield where Beth is. Manny, who went ahead to look for Kym, is attacked by Ghostface, and hides inside Kym's car where she isn't. However, he gets stuck in there, and Ghostface sets fire to the car blowing Manny and the car up. The episode ends with Amir and Beth watching Kym in tears over Manny's death, while Deion and Kym listen on the phone, horrified. Later, a traumatized Liv tells Deion by telephone her suspicions that the killer is someone in the group.


The title of this episode is a reference to the 1986 song "He's Back (The Man Behind the Mask)", which was the theme song to the 1986 American slasher film Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives.[citation needed]
284"Ports in the Storm"William ScharpfPenny CoxJuly 9, 2019 (2019-07-09)0.34[27]
During Manny's funeral, Kym receives flowers along with a note written by Ghostface, telling her to choose who in the group should die, and stating that "snitchers die". Shortly thereafter, the group meets up and Deion decides that no one in the group should respond to the message, so no one will be chosen. At night, Deion asks Jamal for a gun and goes to Liv's house to discuss their next steps, only for them to have sex that night. Amir goes to Beth's house, where they have a talk about who they really want to be, theorize that Liv can be Ghostface and soon after, they had sex too. Liv does a simple homage to Manny on the roof of the school, where it is found by Hawkins, Deion's teammate, who reveals that Manny and he were lovers. Deion finds a private telephone in Liv's drawer, and a receipt of flowers Kym received earlier that day, and when confronted about it, Liv discovers the weapon in his backpack, and in fear, calls her father to arrest him. However, Reynolds takes him into the middle of the forest, where he reveals to Deion that Liv has been mentally unstable since the separation of her parents, and fears that she has personality disorder. During the conversation, Reynolds is attacked and stabbed by Ghostface and Deion scared calls the police, only to discover that they had been called before, and he flees. At Beth's house, the group gets a message announcing that Deion has been chosen to die and Beth discovers that Amir has voted to do so according to what Deion had previously requested. But Beth remembers that the message said "snitchers die," and that may indicate that Amir is in danger because he chose Deion. Said and done, Ghostface invades Beth's house and they both run through it together but end up splitting up in the process. Amir is killed by Ghostface in the elevator. While the ambulance takes his body, the police arrest Deion on suspicion of attacking Reynolds.
295"Blindspots"Darren GrantSherman PayneJuly 10, 2019 (2019-07-10)0.38[28]
Liv visits her father in the hospital, who is alive, but unstable. Deion is held until the next morning by the police who releases him for lack of evidence, and later is picked up by Jamal. During the ride, Deion discovers that DJ Mr. Fade (Shane's former alter-ego) will throw a party that night, and on suspicion of being Ghostface, asks Jamal to let him work at this party, where Jamal reluctantly accepts. Despite the differences, Kym and Beth team up to gather evidence that Liv is Ghostface, but both have separate and enlightening conversations with the girl, who reveals having the private telephone to communicate with her mother, and that she feels guilty for the divorce of her parents. Deion finds Ghostface's mask in Jamal's trunk, and when confronted, he says it's only for use at the party. After Kym tries unsuccessfully to get information from Jamal during the party, he talks privately with Deion and tells him that he himself is Mr. Fade, and at the same time that Deion reveals the existence of the serial killer, Jamal acts in a strange way and insinuates that he's Ghostface, saying he'll go after Reynolds and Liv that night. Deion rushes to the hospital where Ghostface has arrived first, killed a police officer, and is now trying to turn off Reynolds' life support machines, but Deion saves him, and shares with Kym his discovery about Jamal. Soon, Kym and Beth tell the police about Jamal, who at the place of the now empty party, is attacked and seriously injured by Ghostface, who accuses him of having "taken a forbidden advantage."
306"Endgame"Kevin Kolsch & Dennis WidmyerBrett MatthewsJuly 10, 2019 (2019-07-10)0.33[28]
On the night of the big game, Deion is convinced that it's not worth playing when a killer is on the loose, but with the police looking for Jamal, Kym and Liv convince him to get what he dreams of doing. Motivated, he returns to the team just in time. Meanwhile, Ghostface keeps a wounded Jamal in an unknown location. While they are on way for the game, Beth and Kym receive a video of Ghostface showing Jamal injured and that Deion must go alone to "Earl's house," a truck with that name. Kym creates a distraction and Beth invades the game to show the video to Liv, who tells Deion during the interval of the game. Deion comes to the conclusion that Ghostface wants him because, on the night of Marcus's death, they both changed their fantasies and Deion, in Marcus's clothes, was the one who died that night. So Marcus had always been Deion since then because no one recognized him, not even Sherry, his mother. Soon after the revelation, Marcus steals a school bus and arrives at the place where Jamal is, and takes him away. But out there, Jamal reveals that he's really Ghostface, having taken the mantle because their father chose Deion's mother and Marcus instead of Jamal's mother, and that made Marcus have the perfect life. He also reveals that he has a girl accomplice and that she "will end it all," but he dies from the wounds before he reveals who she is. Liv and Beth invade the school where Marcus arrives shortly after. The two girls are accusing themselves of being Ghostface, but before Marcus calls the police, Beth shoots his cell phone and hitting his hip with the bullet, revealing herself as the accomplice of Jamal. They met at her tattoo studio, and shortly after he told her story, Beth had realized that she wanted to be the protagonist of her own horror story. With Marcus wounded, Liv rushes through the school to save herself and with Beth in her chase dressed as Ghostface, pursues her with a gun, and soon after with an ax. The confrontation reaches the roof of the school, where Marcus distracted Beth and Liv pushed her from the rooftop into a glass ceiling of the gym. Kym arrives soon after armed, and shoots Beth fatally. A few months later, Kym and Hawkins went to college together. Marcus (still using his original name Deion, implying that Beth's theory is fake) attends San Diego University with Sherry and Liv accompanying him, where they enjoy life without fear or worrying about Ghostface and Liv come to the conclusion that they should not tell the truth about the exchange of twins. At the same time, Deion receives an anonymous call but ignores it.

Scream After Dark[edit]

Scream After Dark is a half-hour television aftershow hosted by Jeffery Self, which features behind the scenes footage, comedy sketches and interviews with the main cast from the series in which they discuss an episode of Scream following its original airing. The aftershow featured three installments which aired following the first, eighth and twelfth episodes of the second season.

No.Episode discussedOriginal air dateUS viewers
(millions)
1"I Know What You Did Last Summer"May 30, 2016 (2016-05-30)0.19[12]
Guests: Willa Fitzgerald, Bex Taylor-Klaus, John Karna, Amadeus Serafini, Carlson Young, and Kiana Brown
2"Village of the Damned"July 19, 2016 (2016-07-19)0.20[19]
Guests: Willa Fitzgerald, Bex Taylor-Klaus, John Karna, Carlson Young, Amadeus Serafini, Kiana Brown, Santiago Segura and Sean Grandillo
3"When a Stranger Calls"August 16, 2016 (2016-08-16)0.15[29]
Guests: Willa Fitzgerald, Bex Taylor-Klaus, John Karna, Carlson Young, Amadeus Serafini, Kiana Brown, Santiago Segura and Sean Grandillo

Ratings[edit]

Season 1[edit]

No. Title Air date Rating
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
1 "Pilot" June 30, 2015 0.5 1.03[1]
2 "Hello, Emma" July 7, 2015 0.4 0.81[2]
3 "Wanna Play a Game?" July 14, 2015 0.4 0.87[3]
4 "Aftermath" July 21, 2015 0.3 0.80[4]
5 "Exposed" July 28, 2015 0.3 0.75[5]
6 "Betrayed" August 4, 2015 0.3 0.68[6]
7 "In the Trenches" August 11, 2015 0.3 0.64[7]
8 "Ghosts" August 18, 2015 0.3 0.65[8]
9 "The Dance" August 25, 2015 0.3 0.55[9]
10 "Revelations" September 1, 2015 0.3 0.76[11]

Season 2[edit]

No. Title Air date Rating
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
1 "I Know What You Did Last Summer" May 30, 2016 0.2 0.40[12]
2 "Psycho" June 6, 2016 0.3 0.50[13]
3 "Vacancy" June 13, 2016 0.2 0.35[14]
4 "Happy Birthday to Me" June 20, 2016 0.1 0.27[15]
5 "Dawn of the Dead" June 28, 2016 0.2 0.45[16]
6 "Jeepers Creepers" July 5, 2016 0.2 0.45[17]
7 "Let the Right One In" July 12, 2016 0.2 0.40[18]
8 "Village of the Damned" July 19, 2016 0.2 0.36[19]
9 "The Orphanage" July 26, 2016 0.2 0.35[20]
10 "The Vanishing" August 2, 2016 0.2 0.32[21]
11 "Heavenly Creatures" August 9, 2016 0.2 0.35[22]
12 "When a Stranger Calls" August 16, 2016 0.2 0.34[23]
13 "Halloween" October 18, 2016 0.1 0.30[24]
14 "Halloween II" October 18, 2016 0.1 0.30[24]

Season 3[edit]

No. Title Air date Rating
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
1 "The Deadfast Club" July 8, 2019 0.4 0.79[26]
2 "Devil's Night" July 8, 2019 0.3 0.60[26]
3 "The Man Behind the Mask" July 9, 2019 0.2 0.40[27]
4 "Ports in the Storm" July 9, 2019 0.2 0.34[27]
5 "Blindspots" July 10, 2019 0.2 0.38[28]
6 "Endgame" July 10, 2019 0.2 0.33[28]
The Americans : U.S. viewers per episode (thousands)
SeasonEpisode numberAverage
1234567891011121314
11030810870800750680640650550760N/A750
2400500350270450460400360350320350340300300380
3790600400340380330N/A470
Audience measurement performed by Nielsen Media Research.[30]

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