‘Scream Queens’ News: 4 Clues For Fans To Have Hope For Season 3
Followers of “Scream Queens” believe a Season 3 for the horror-comedy series in not out of the question despite the show’s unimpressive ratings. The basis of that optimism of another season coming are some clues left at the finale episode of Season 2.
Killer’s Links With Chanel
Topping the clues for a possible “Scream Queens” Season 3, according to Romper, is the sorority ring. The KKT ring was inside Chanel Oberlin’s (Emma Roberts) car, hinting that the killer either has a direct link to Chanel or the sorority house. Another hint is the Red Devil returning and apparently seeking Chanel Oberlin’s blood.
The second clue is “Scream Queens’” similarity of settings with “American Horror House” which was in the sorority house and murder house, respectively, for Season 1. On Season 2, it was the hospital for “Scream Queens” and the asylum for “American Horror Story.” For both series, the finale “was set up with so much going,” leading fans of the shows to assume more things would happen in spite of a change in location.
Missing Dead Body
The third clue is it was not established in “Scream Queens” Season 2 that nurse Hoffel (Kirstie Alley) died. There was no image of a corpse, instead, she was last seen sucked in a quicksand that was cleverly situated. If the nurse is still alive, she could resume her role as a killer in Season 3, if FOX would give in to fans’ clamor.
Given the changes in setting between Seasons 1 and 2, chances are “Scream Queens” Season 3 would move to a new location which could be in the form of a new Chanel show possibly titled “Blood Island” where Hester (Lea Michele) and Dr. Brock Holt (John Stamos) fled. Given the clues, the lack of announcement from Fox has sufficient directions to move in should FOX change its mind and renew the series for one more season.
One of the stars of “Scream Queens” is Billie Lourd, the daughter of actress Carrie Fisher who passed away after a heart attack aboard a plane, IBT reports. Billie spearheaded the public memorial service for her mother and grandmother, actress Debbie Reynolds, who died a day after Carrie Fisher’s death.