16 May, 2017
We may never know because Fox canceled the horror-comedy.
"Scream Queens" along with "Pitch", "Rosewood", "APB", "Bones", "Son of Zorn", and "Making History" were listed as shows canceled or almost dead for Fox network. "It feels as if it was a complete story. There is no plan to go back and tell more stories".
Ryan Murphy's anthology series starred Emma Roberts, Lea Michele, Abigail Breslin, Billie Lourd and Jamie Lee Curtis.
The cancellation doesn't come as a surprise. While the show aired its second season finale at the end of 2016, there had not been any word as to whether the network would bring it back for a third season of comedy and horror. The gory show averaged 2.3 million viewers and a 1.0 rating in the key 18-49 demo, making it unprofitable enough that not even Murphy could save it. Despite noise in January that the show would still be up for renewal, the writing remained written in blood on the wall.
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While there could be a small glimmer of hope with the mention of "this season", you might as well give up now and join a different sorority, there is no way this one is clawing its way back out of development hell. But it was the last few minutes of the episode that changed everything - Chanel got into her vehicle to find her Kappa Kappa Tau pin in the front seat and the Red Devil behind her. We sure will miss Chanel's killer put-downs though.
According to E! New, it looks like Scream Queens fans no longer have to wait to learn the fate of their series.
The good news is that Jamie Lee Curtis appears to have the answer about who was under the Red Devil's mask.