MTV announced last week that they will be premiering the new season of Scream on Monday, May 30th, a day earlier than originally planned. Then, at the MTV Movie Awards on Saturday, they dropped the first teaser.
Season 2 picks up with Emma returning to Lakewood following several months at a retreat where she has tried to come to terms with the violence experienced in the first season. Hiding her connection to the killer, Audrey is being harassed by someone who knows her secret, while Noah is getting closer and closer to the truth behind the bloodshed.
New faces for Scream’s second season include Santiago Segura (47 Meters Down) as horror-loving student Gustavo, Anthony Ruivivar (American Horror Story) as his father, Sheriff Michael Acosta, Austin Highsmith (Gangster Squad) as psychology teacher Karen Lang and Karina Logue (When a Stranger Calls, Bates Motel) as the proper and polite Tina Hudson.
Michael Gans and Richard Register serve as executive producers and showrunners for season 2, along with Harvey and Bob Weinstein, executive producing under the Dimension TV umbrella.