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Another teenager's death raises questions, causing yet another rift between Emma and Audrey; Piper, a provocative podcaster comes to Lakewood to report on the town's murders.


Tim Hunter


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Willa Fitzgerald ... Emma Duval
Bex Taylor-Klaus ... Audrey Jensen
John Karna ... Noah Foster
Amadeus Serafini ... Kieran Wilcox
Connor Weil ... Will Belmont
Carlson Young ... Brooke Maddox
Jason Wiles ... Sheriff Clark Hudson
Tracy Middendorf ... Maggie Duval
Sosie Bacon ... Rachel Murray
Bryan Batt ... Mayor Quinn Maddox
Amelia Rose Blaire ... Piper Shaw
Bobby Campo ... Seth Branson
Tom Maden ... Jake Fitzgerald
Brianne Tju ... Riley Marra
Marisela Zumbado ... Ruby Nicholson


Another teenager's death raises questions, causing yet another rift between Emma and Audrey; Piper, a provocative podcaster comes to Lakewood to report on the town's murders.

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7 July 2015 (USA) See more »

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Did You Know?


When Emma (Willa Fitzgerald) runs into the girls' restroom in school and overhears two girls talking about her, this is a reference to the first Scream (1996) film when Sidney (Neve Campbell) hides in one of the girls' restroom stalls and overhears two girls talk about her. See more »


When Audrey is editing together the video for Rachael she is using Apple's Final Cut Pro X software, which only works on Mac OS X; but the laptop she's editing on is not an Apple computer, and wouldn't be able to run the software. See more »


Sheriff Clark Hudson: So, Brandon James. I mean, you really think it's healthy to have an obsession with a serial killer?
Noah Foster: Brandon's actually classified as a mass murderer. You know, he killed them all the same night.
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References How to Get Away with Murder (2014) See more »


""Kingdom of Alone"
by Bertie Blackman
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Is anyone still watching this?
17 July 2015 | by ghost_dog86See all my reviews

My mini reaction to - Scream: Episode 2: After the pilot episode, is anyone still watching? Well, if you're not (due to characters that are nearly all interchangeable, or due to uninspired direction which provides more gore than actual scares) then...it's probably not worth coming back for the second episode. That said, if you're still mildly interested, this is the episode that will tempt a weekly viewing. The characters are still annoyingly plain (except for all of the grown ups; which is an awful sign for a show that is on MTV) but an actual storyline has now emerged and hell, if it isn't sort of interesting. Plus, the final 5 minutes of this episode is the closest this misguided show has gotten to Wes Craven's beloved films.

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