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'Scream Queens' Cast: Where Are The Stars Now?

'Scream Queens' Cast: Where Are The Stars Now?


Scream Queens had a short-lived time on screen, but the star-studded cast has continued to find success following the show’s cancelation.

The satirical slasher, which ran from 2015 to 2016, featured an ensemble cast including Emma Roberts, Jamie Lee Curtis, Billie Lourd, Lea Michele, Abigail Breslin and Keke Palmer. The first season of the Fox series introduced viewers to members of a sorority that were targeted by a serial killer due to their school’s dark past.

After the show’s end, creator Ryan Murphy said he wasn’t opposed to making a reboot due to Scream Queens’ cult success. “I would have to say that the answer to that lies in the studio who made it,” he told Deadline in November 2019 of whether the series would return to the small screen. “Obviously I work for Netflix now, but if I could do anything to bring it back. Emma said she would do it, Lea Michelle said she would do it, Jamie Lee Curtis, Abigail Breslin, Billie Lourd are all in. So it would depend if Fox wants to do it.”

Scroll on to see what the Scream Queens cast has been up to since the show ended:

Emma Roberts
Since bringing Chanel Oberlin to life in the horror-comedy series, Roberts continued to collaborate with Murphy on multiple seasons of American Horror Story. On the big screen, the actress has appeared in Billionaire Boys Club, Little Italy, Paradise Hills, The Hunt and Holidate.
After dating Evan Peters on and off, the pair officially called off their engagement in March 2019. Roberts moved on with Garrett Hedlund and the pair welcomed their son, Rhodes, in December 2020.
Us Weekly confirmed one year later that Roberts and Hedlund’s split. Following their breakup, Roberts began dating Cody John in August 2022. 
In September 2023, Roberts’ former AHS costar Angelica Ross claimed in an Instagram Live that Roberts misgendered her between takes on set. 
“[She said], ‘John, Angelica’s being mean,’ to which he replied, ‘OK ladies, that’s enough. Let’s get back to work,’” Ross recalled about the alleged interaction, which seemingly included director John J. Gray. “And she then looks at me and goes, ‘Don’t you mean lady?’”
Following the allegations, Ross confirmed she received an apology from Roberts, writing via X, “Thank you @RobertsEmma for calling and apologizing, recognizing your behavior was not that of an ally. I will leave the line open to follow up on your desire to do better and support social justice causes with your platform.”
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Lea Michele
After playing Hester Ulrich, Michele was cast as the lead of the short-lived ABC series The Mayor and was involved in the Spring Awakening: Those You’ve Known documentary. She will replace Beanie Feldstein as Fanny Brice in Broadway’s Funny Girl.
The New Jersey native announced her engagement to Zandy Reich in 2018. The pair exchanged vows one year later and welcomed their first child, son Ever, in August 2020.
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Glen Powell
Following his time as Chad Radwell, the Texas native scored roles in Hidden Figures, Set It Up and Top Gun: Maverick alongside Tom Cruise and Miles Teller.
Powell was previously linked to Nina Dobrev and Renee Bargh. In 2021, the actor made his romance with Gigi Paris Instagram official, but the twosome called it quits in August 2023. (At the time, fans wondered whether Powell’s noticeable chemistry with Anyone But You costar Sydney Sweeney meant the pair were more than friends, but the twosome shut down the speculation while promoting the rom-com.)
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Skyler Samuels
The California native did not reprise her role as Grace Gardner in season 2, instead returning to Stanford University to finish her degree in marketing and intellectual property.
Samuels came back to the industry with roles in The Gifted, The Rookie and Showmance. She has also appeared in The Duff, Spare Room, Masquerade and the upcoming film Meg 2: The Trench. She began playing Aurora Teagarden in the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries franchise in 2023 after Candace Cameron Bure left the network and the series.
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Abigail Breslin
The child star has appeared in Freak Show, Zombieland: Double Tap and Stillwater still Scream Queens ended.
In February 2022, Breslin confirmed that she was engaged to longtime boyfriend Ira Kunyansky. They tied the knot in January 2023. 
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Keke Palmer
The Nickelodeon alum has appeared in projects including Big Mouth, Insecure, The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder and Human Resources.
In 2020, the Illinois native became the first woman of color to host the MTV Video Music Awards. Palmer has also appeared in Alice, Lightyear and will star in Jordan Peele’s upcoming horror movie Nope alongside Daniel Kaluuya and Steven Yeun.
Palmer announced in December 2022 that she is expecting her first child with ex-boyfriend Darius Jackson. The twosome welcoemd son Leodis in February 2023. 
In August 2023, Palmer shaded Jackson in her new music video with Usher. During the video, Palmer is getting ready to enjoy Las Vegas with her friends. She meets up with Usher as they dance in a casino together before she wakes up the next morning.“What time is it? Dammit, I missed the show. I’m so tired. I’m a mother after all,” she teases in the clip, which seems to poke fun at Jackson’s controversial comments about her outfit at an Usher concert.
Us confirmed in November 2023 that Palmer filed for a restraining order against Jackson, claiming there have been “many instances of physical violence” with her ex. She explained that they split one month prior. The docs also revealed that Palmer is requesting full custody of their son.
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Ariana Grande
Following her memorable cameo as Chanel #2, Grande continued to focus on her music career. The Nickelodeon alum released albums Dangerous Woman, Sweetener, Thank U, Next and Positions since her time on Scream Queens.
Grande started dating Mac Miller in 2016 after they previously worked together on the song “The Way” four years prior. Following two years together, Grande and Miller called it quits in 2018. Later that year, the rapper died of an overdose.
After her split from Miller, the “Problem” performer moved on with Pete Davidson. The twosome announced their engagement in June 2018 — which they called off that same year. Grande sparked romance rumors with Dalton Gomez in 2020. After less than one year of dating, Grande and Gomez got engaged and tied the knot in May 2021.  In July 2023, Us Weekly confirmed that the duo had called it quits. News broke that same month of Grande’s relationship with Wicked costar Ethan Slater. 
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Billie Lourd
After wrapping up her time on Scream Queens, Lourd has starred in various AHS installments and appeared in American Horror Stories. She followed in her late mother Carrie Fisher’s footsteps with a role in the Star Wars sequel trilogy as Lieutenant Connix from 2015 to 2019.
Lourd started dating Austen Rydell in 2016. During a brief split, the California native was linked to her Scream Queens costar Taylor Lautner. She later rekindled her romance with Rydell and they got engaged in June 2020. That same year, the pair welcomed their first child, son Kingston. Lourd and Rydell tied the knot in March 2022.
In September 2022, Lourd announced that she and Rydell were expecting their second child when she showed off her baby bump at a film premiere. Three months later, Lourd welcomed baby No. 2 with her husband.
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Oliver Hudson
Since playing Wes Gardner, Hudson moved on to Splitting Up Together alongside Jenna Fischer and is currently the lead in Fox’s The Cleaning Lady.
Hudson shares three children — sons Wilder and Bodhi and daughter Rio — with wife Erinn Bartlett, whom he married in 2006.
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Lucien Laviscount
The England native has scored roles in Still Star-Crossed, Snatch and Katy Keene. Laviscount rose to stardom after playing Alfie in season 2 of Emily in Paris alongside Lily Collins.
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Jamie Lee Curtis
The OG scream queen reprised her role as Halloween character Laurie Strode in several sequels in the franchise — including Halloween, Halloween Kills and the upcoming Halloween Ends.
Curtis, who shares daughters Annie and Ruby with husband Christopher Guest, also starred in An Acceptable Loss, Knives Out and Everything Everywhere All at Once.
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Taylor Lautner
After the Twilight star brought the role of Dr. Cassidy Cascade to life, he explored film projects including Run the Tide and Home Team.
Lautner started dating nurse Taylor Dome in 2018. After three years together, the actor announced that they were engaged. The couple tied the knot in November 2022. 
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Diego Boneta
The Mexico native left Pete Martinez behind for roles in Jane the Virgin and Luis Miguel: The Series. Boneta also appeared in Before I Fall, The Titan, Monster Party, Die in a Gunfight and Father of the Bride.
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John Stamos
Since his time on Scream Queens, Stamos has continued to take on TV projects including Grandfathered, You and Big Shot. The musician reprised his iconic role as Jesse Katsopolis for the Netflix revival of Full House, which ran from 2016 to 2020.
In 2017, Stamos announced his engagement to Caitlin McHugh. The couple welcomed their son, Billy, just two months after tying the knot in February 2018.
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Nasim Pedrad
Pedrad has scored roles in People of Earth, Brooklyn Nine-Nine and starred in the TBS comedy Chad (which she created, wrote and directed). On the big screen, the California native appeared in Corporate Animals, Aladdin and Desperados. 
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Kirstie Alley
After playing Nurse Ingrid Hoffel in the sophomore season, Alley competed in Celebrity Big Brother 22 and was the Baby Mammoth in season 7 of The Masking Singer. The actress also appeared in The Goldbergs and You Can’t Take My Daughter before her death in December 2022 at age 71 from colon cancer.
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