‘Scream Queens’ To Be Cancelled Owing To Low Ratings?
The television show “Scream Queens” may be quite popular, but due to its recent low ratings, the show can be in trouble. When “Glee” creator Ryan Murphy-directed show was initially proposed to Fox, the fans were observed having high expectations, one of the main reasons was for the cast filled with highly popular stars.
According to Inquisitr, “Scream Queens” had pulled only 3 million total viewers and 1.2 rating, the report was 14 percent lower than the previous week. Its continuous fall in the rating of total viewers has marked its entry in the list of “canceled TV shows” for 2015.
As far as the “canceled TV shows” list is concerned, the list is now too early to be finalized. It would take more weeks to take the full shape, but the show that was first aired on Sept. 22, 2015 has had attained a bad omen just within a few days.
Buddy TV recently posted a recent update on the format of “Scream Queens.” Meanwhile, the writer also feels that this is not the peak time to say anything final about the show. This new project of Murphy is not only simply entertaining, it’s a real comedy series added with mysterious death plots, but still some elements are working against it.
“For one thing, the story doesn’t seem like it would have much to go off of past learning the identity of the killer. Though shows like Pretty Little Liars have managed to draw that out for a long time and even work to continue past it, that isn’t the only thing standing in ‘Scream Queens’’ way,” the outlet reported.
The State Journal-Register gives a pinch of hint about “Scream Queens.” Emma Roberts’s character Chanel Oberlin is the president of the sorority. The first episode takes the audience 20 years backs and opens with a party when suddenly a horrifying incident takes places and that’s the onset of mysterious journey of the series.
The audience will see a serial killer clad in a red devil costume who targets the sorority. “Scream Queens” will have much more traumatizing deaths that will boost up suspense and always keep the audience guessing.
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