List Rules Vote up the things about Scream Queens that are just obnoxious even if you're a fan.
Scream Queens is a show with so much potential, but when it fails to live up to how good it could be, fans of the show are sent into a Lea Michele-esque rage. Season 1 had its ups and downs, but so far, Scream Queens' Season 2 problems are magnified versions of everything that went wrong in the first 13 episodes.
One of the most annoying things about Scream Queens is its inability to pick a tone and run with it. Viewers have seen the show excel at being a comedy, a straight-up horror show, and even a super-stylized music video, but the series’ inability to parse what it's best at and stay the course will probably be its undoing. Keep reading for more reasons Scream Queens is a bad show.
With Scream Queens, Fox has something truly interesting on its schedule: a caustic horror comedy helmed by one of the most stylish writer/director/producer/fancy-hat-wearers in Hollywood. But somewhere along the line, the show’s promise was squandered in a few too many mammy jokes (more than zero is unacceptable) and too many TLC references (yes, you can have too many). As studious viewers of Scream Queens, and lovers of the horror genre, we want the show to be so much better than it is. Our only hope is that the creators of Scream Queens can take all of these annoying things to heart and fix their dumb show.
Vote up the things about Scream Queens that are just obnoxious, even to fans.
Character Motivation Varies Wildly from Scene to Scene
The Series Presents Itself as a Satire of Bad Horror Tropes but Constantly Falls Victim to the Very Tropes It Mocks
It Feels Like Things Just Happen to Happen
There's Not Enough Screaming and Too Much Queening
The Set Designer Seems to Have Quit Sometime Between Season 1 and Season 2
Jamie Lee Curtis Doesn't Have Enough to Do
The Plot Is Barely Coherent
Kirstie Alley Feels Jammed into the Series
The Cast Rarely Seems Tethered to the Plot
The Reveals Are Never That Interesting
It's Somehow Unfunny While Also Managing to Not Be Scary
At Best, Scream Queens Feels Like the World's Sloppiest Haunted House
The Characters All Seem Like They're Speaking with the Same Voice