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* StargazingScene: Noah and Riley spend a night out on the football field, drinking martinis and talking about fictional romance plots while gazing at the stars. This culminates in a kiss between them.


On April 26, 2017, it was confirmed that, along with new showrunners, the six episode third season would be a creative reboot, with a new location and a new cast. It was filmed in late 2017 for a Spring 2018 release, but the season was delayed indefinitely following disgrace of producer Creator/HarveyWeinstein.

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On April 26, 2017, it was confirmed that, along with new showrunners, the six episode third season would be a creative reboot, with a new location and a new cast. It was filmed in late 2017 for a Spring 2018 release, but the season was delayed indefinitely following disgrace of producer Creator/HarveyWeinstein.Harvey Weinstein.


On April 26, 2017, it was confirmed that, along with new showrunners, the six episode third season would be a creative reboot, with a new location and a new cast.

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On April 26, 2017, it was confirmed that, along with new showrunners, the six episode third season would be a creative reboot, with a new location and a new cast.
cast. It was filmed in late 2017 for a Spring 2018 release, but the season was delayed indefinitely following disgrace of producer Creator/HarveyWeinstein.


* TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou: You know that habit we have of skipping web ads on YouTube? Ghostface isn't happy.

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* TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou: You know that habit we have of skipping web ads on YouTube? Website/YouTube? Ghostface isn't happy.


* BlandNameProduct: In the pilot, "Cliplicious" and "Chirpster" are used for Website/YouTube and Website/{{Twitter}} respectively. However in a weird twist, YouTube and Twitter are still name dropped, as well as other social media sites.

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* BlandNameProduct: In the pilot, "Cliplicious" and "Chirpster" are used for Website/YouTube and Website/{{Twitter}} respectively. However in a weird twist, YouTube Website/YouTube and Twitter are still name dropped, as well as other social media sites.


''Scream'' is an Creator/{{MTV}} series that premiered on June 30, 2015. It is based on [[Franchise/{{Scream}} the film series of the same name]] and has many stylistic elements, including its {{postmodern|ism}} take on the {{slasher|Movie}} genre, but it otherwise takes place in its own universe.

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''Scream'' is an Creator/{{MTV}} series that premiered on June 30, 2015. It is based on [[Franchise/{{Scream}} [[Film/{{Scream}} the film series of the same name]] and has many stylistic elements, including its {{postmodern|ism}} take on the {{slasher|Movie}} genre, but it otherwise takes place in its own universe.


* ChekovsGun: The pig heart left on Maggie's doorstep in the pilot initially seems to have little significance outside of scares. Season 2 reveals that Brandon's brother Troy owned a pig farm, which Maggie brought Emma to a few times when she was younger. Pigs are a recurring symbol throughout Season 2, toy pigs being used by the new Killer as distractions etc.

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* ChekovsGun: ChekhovsGun: The pig heart left on Maggie's doorstep in the pilot initially seems to have little significance outside of scares. Season 2 reveals that Brandon's brother Troy owned a pig farm, which Maggie brought Emma to a few times when she was younger. Pigs are a recurring symbol throughout Season 2, toy pigs being used by the new Killer as distractions etc.


** "Hello, Emma" mentioned Series/GameOfThrones, {{Carrie}}, Series/HowToGetAwayWithMurder, and {{Series/Scandal}}. The Lakewood kids seem to have broad taste in T.V.

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** "Hello, Emma" mentioned Series/GameOfThrones, {{Carrie}}, Literature/{{Carrie}}, Series/HowToGetAwayWithMurder, and {{Series/Scandal}}. The Lakewood kids seem to have broad taste in T.V.



** The manner of [[spoiler: Jake's body being revealed to the school]] in "Happy Birthday to Me" involves [[{{Carrie}} Brooke being doused with an onslaught of blood from above, in a white dress no less.]]

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** The manner of [[spoiler: Jake's body being revealed to the school]] in "Happy Birthday to Me" involves [[{{Carrie}} [[Literature/{{Carrie}} Brooke being doused with an onslaught of blood from above, in a white dress no less.]]

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* AbortedArc: With the announcement that season 3 will be rebooting the series with a new cast and plot, any questions still left from the end of season 2 will remain unanswered.

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* AmbiguouslyBi: Audrey Jensen is only seen dating women, but identifies as bi-curious, making her sexuality ambiguous to herself as well.

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* EarlyBirdCameo: Creator/TylerPosey, who originally appeared as himself in an early ad campaign for the first season, ends up joining the cast for season three.


* {{Crossover}}: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZhLLVy0dSgI One promo]] featured the stars of a number of MTV series [[note]]Tyler Posey and Holland Roden from ''Series/TeenWolf'', Ashley Rickards and Molly Tarlov from ''Series/{{Awkward}}'', Rita Volk and Katie Stevens from ''Series/FakingIt'', Johnny Bananas and Leroy Garrett from ''Series/TheChallenge''[=/=]''Series/TheRealWorld'', Anna Jacoby-Heron and Alex Saxon from ''Series/FindingCarter'', and Chanel West Coast and Sterling Brim from ''Ridiculousness''[[/note]] at a party, where they've all been brutally murdered in various ways. Oddly enough, TheStinger for some episodes are one for ''Series/TeenWolf'', showcasing scenes that were cut or are teasers for another episode.

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* {{Crossover}}: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZhLLVy0dSgI One promo]] featured the stars of a number of MTV series [[note]]Tyler Posey [[note]]Creator/TylerPosey and Holland Roden from ''Series/TeenWolf'', Ashley Rickards and Molly Tarlov from ''Series/{{Awkward}}'', Rita Volk and Katie Stevens from ''Series/FakingIt'', Johnny Bananas and Leroy Garrett from ''Series/TheChallenge''[=/=]''Series/TheRealWorld'', Anna Jacoby-Heron and Alex Saxon from ''Series/FindingCarter'', and Chanel West Coast and Sterling Brim from ''Ridiculousness''[[/note]] at a party, where they've all been brutally murdered in various ways. Oddly enough, TheStinger for some episodes are one for ''Series/TeenWolf'', showcasing scenes that were cut or are teasers for another episode.

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* RewatchBonus: Any scene featuring [[spoiler:Kieran]] following the Season 2 finale revealing that [[spoiler:he's the second killer]] takes on an entirely new light on a rewatch.


* ShoutOut: When discussing how the Gothic genre is alive and well in the present day, the literature teacher mentions ''Series/AmericanHorrorStory'', ''Series/BatesMotel'', and ''Series/{{Hannibal}}''. ''Series/TheWalkingDead'' and [[Film/NightOfTheLivingDead1968 George Romero]] also come up.

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* ShoutOut: When discussing how the Gothic genre is alive and well in the present day, the literature teacher mentions ''Series/AmericanHorrorStory'', ''Series/BatesMotel'', and ''Series/{{Hannibal}}''. ''Series/TheWalkingDead'' and [[Film/NightOfTheLivingDead1968 George Romero]] Creator/GeorgeARomero also come up.


A third season consisting of six episodes will premier sometime in 2017.

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A On April 26, 2017, it was confirmed that, along with new showrunners, the six episode third season consisting of six episodes will premier sometime in 2017.
would be a creative reboot, with a new location and a new cast.

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