Scream Queens, the comedy horror series airing on Fox, aired its first season finale on December 8. The following day, the show’s leading star, Emma Roberts, shared a special message for all her fans and loyal viewers.
“Thank you to everyone who watched #ScreamQueens this season!” Roberts wrote on Twitter. “We had the best time making it and love hearing how much you guys love it.” The text was followed by a heart and, fittingly, given the nature of the show, a butcher knife.
Roberts followed the post up by retweeting a series of funny memes and posts about the Scream Queens finale, like one that shows the three female leads (Emma Roberts, Abigail Breslin, and Billie Lourd) being hauled off in handcuffs and orange prison jumpsuits. The caption reads, “Orange is the new chanels,” a play on the title of the popular prison drama Orange Is the New Black.
Scream Queens follows the sorority Kappa Kappa Tau, which is headed by Roberts’ character, Chanel Oberlin. The sorority finds itself facing a serial killer dressed as the school mascot. A second season has not been confirmed yet, but the current plan would see the surviving characters in a new location facing a different threat. But will that season feature Emma Roberts? Well, that’d be a spoiler, wouldn’t it?
— fanboy al (@kingofexplicit) December 9, 2015
Apparently a lot of her fans are asking the same question, because many of the comments on her Twitter post were from people asking for season two and if Roberts would be in it—which isn’t to say that people weren’t appreciative of the actress’ efforts and graciousness. One wrote, “I Love you Emma [heart emoticon] You are a QUEEN when It comes to Acting. All my admiration goes to you and your Incredible Talent [sic],” while another added, “No thank you for giving me something to look forward to every week. I’m going to miss it!! [sic]”
Of course, now that this season of Scream Queens is over, Emma Roberts has time to branch out into other projects. She is currently slated to star in the thriller Nerve alongside Dave Franco. Based on a novel by author Jeanne Ryan, Nerve is about a woman who becomes involved in an online version of the party game “Truth or Dare” and has everything she does controlled by anonymous people on the internet.