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What Does ‘Scream’ Mean for Horror in 2020?

With 'Scream' getting a new installment, it's time to ask where the slasher series could go next.

‘Scream’ Star Skeet Ulrich Says He “Knew” About Harvey Weinstein Claims

The actor, who currently stars on the CW's 'Riverdale,' talks about the allegations made against the disgraced mogul, who was an executive producer on the Wes Craven horror film.

Netflix: Movies and TV Shows Leaving in September

Take a look at which titles to check out before they disappear from the streaming service in Sept.

‘Scream’ Star Willa Fitzgerald Cast in Fox’s ‘Behind Enemy Lines’ Reboot

She will join the Fox drama in first position as the future of the MTV scripted series remains in flux.

‘Scream’s’ Killer Speaks: Who Was Behind MTV’s Ghostface Mask?

The person behind the new Ghostface mask reveals when they found out the truth, season two plans and more.

‘Scream’ Boss on That Killer Finale Twist and Season 2’s “World of Possibilities”

"There's still a lot of mystery to be uncovered," co-showrunner Jill Blotevogel tells THR.

Wes Craven Remembered by Bob Weinstein: “It Was a Joy to Listen to Him Talk About Fear”

Weinstein convinced Wes Craven to direct Kevin Williamson's meta-horror movie, originally called 'Scary Movie,' which was released in 1996 as 'Scream.'

‘Scream’ Finale: Ranking the Suspects

From the young ingenue to the mysterious new boyfriend, everyone's a suspect going into Tuesday's season one finale.

MTV’s ‘Scream’ Renewed for Second Season

The freshman drama gets an early pickup after airing only five episodes.

Comic-Con: ‘Scream’ Sets Bella Thorne’s Return — Plus Watch an Extended Trailer

"More mean — and less dead!" said the actress at the show's Comic-Con debut.

Beyond Ghostface: The Inside Story of ‘Scream’s’ New Mask, Killer and Future (an Anthology?)

Co-showrunner Jill Blotevogel talks with THR about the season's death toll, balancing a murder mystery with a teen soap and more.

‘Scream’: TV Review

Wes Craven's meta-slasher-film series comes to the small screen, its distinctiveness mostly hacked away.