When Scream Queens‘ second season premiered this month, fans from all over the country were greeted with perfectly-horrifying plot lines and new cast members to drool over, including Twilight‘s Taylor Lautner and everyone’s favorite hot uncle, John Stamos.
Last week’s episode, “Warts and All,” continued in Dean Munsch’s (played by Jamie Lee Curtis) C.U.R.E. Institution Hospital, where all of our favorite Chanels have begun working, with the company of some new doctors. Of course, it wouldn’t be Scream Queens without some eye candy. Stamos and Lautner both play physicians in the hospital, with Stamos’ character already hooking up with Chanel #1 (Emma Roberts) in a steamy makeout session.
The second episode saw the introduction of Colton Haynes guest starring as a formerly-hot, now-repulsive hospital patient who catches the eye of Chanel #5 (Abigail Breslin). He also catches the eye of the Green Meanie, who promptly kills him. We’re hoping that Haynes’ role isn’t just limited to one episode because he’s a perfect addition to the cast… Maybe we’ll see him come back from the dead?
Is it true that Dr. Munsch opened the C.U.R.E. Institution because she’s suffering from a terminal illness? She’s known to lie in the past, but Zayday has revealed the seriousness of her diagnosis, so now we’ll wait to find out more.
At this point, you would think that we’d be used to all of the cliffhangers Scream Queens has to offer, but the plot’s ever-changing twists and turns still have us glued to the edges of our seats.
Scream Queens Season 2, Episode 3 Viewing Details
Date: October 11, 2016
Time: 9:00 P.M. ET
TV Channel: FOX
Running Time: 45 minutes
How To Watch Scream Queens Season 2, Episode 3 Online
If you aren’t a TV subscriber, there’s a good chance you won’t be able to live stream Scream Queens online. But, if you can nab your roommate or parents’ TV subscription account, then you can stream live on FOX.com and the FOX NOW app.
Watch Scream Queens on Phone, Tablet & Mobile Device
Again, you will need a TV subscription account for this, but sometimes you can get a limited time free trial. Once you have an account, then you can live stream the Scream Queens on your phone or tablet through the FOX NOW app, available on iTunes and Google Play.