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The Girls of Kappa House are Dying for Pledges on a Special Preview of New Comedy-Horror Series ‘Scream Queens’
FOX announced a special preview night of Scream Queens, a highly anticipated new series from Ryan Murphy, the creative mind behind Glee and American Horror Story franchise. On Saturday, August 15th from 11:00 P.M. – 11:06 P.M. FOX is unveiling a special six minute preview of the new series before it’s schedule debut this fall. Take a look at all the details on the Scream Queens preview below!
The Special “Preview #1? of SCREAM QUEENS airs Saturday, Aug. 15 on FOX
All hell is about to break loose on the Wallace University campus when, exactly 20 years after a mysterious tragedy, a devil-clad killer begins to target the sisters of Kappa House. The super-charged comedy-horror series is a modern take on the classic whodunit with a killer cast. With at least one casualty each week until the mystery is solved, anyone could be the next victim – or the murderer.
SCREAM QUEENS PREMIERES TUESDAY, SEPT. 22 on FOX
CAST: Emma Roberts as Chanel Oberlin, Jamie Lee Curtis as Dean Munsch, Lea Michele as Hester, Abigail Breslin as Chanel #5, Nasim Pedrad as Gigi, Oliver Hudson as Wes, Skyler Samuels as Grace, Keke Palmer as Zayday, Billie Lourd as Chanel #3, Diego Boneta as Pete, Glen Powell as Chad, Lucien Laviscount as Earl, Niecy Nash as Denise, Nick Jonas as Boone, Ariana Grande as Chanel #2
Leading Growth Pharma And Women’s Healthcare Company Introduces #ActuallySheCan Campaign To Celebrate A Generation Of Women
Allergan today launched #ActuallySheCanSM, an innovative campaign that inspires young millennial women to achieve their professional, personal, health, wellness and societal goals.
#ActuallySheCan engages celebrities, YouTube influencers, publishers, including Cosmopolitan and Her Campus, and women’s health activists to support a platform that educates, celebrates and motivates young women in a unique and authentic way to reach their full potential. By embracing the hashtag and expressing their ambitions and truths, collectively women will perpetuate a larger conversation around female achievement and well-being.
“As a leader in women’s healthcare, we believe in offering women diverse healthcare choices and providing meaningful information, so that they can make educated decisions about their reproductive health. #ActuallySheCan demonstrates our commitment to deliver this education in an original and relevant way,” said Bill Meury, EVP & President, U.S. Branded Pharma at Allergan. “We are honored to have a network of accomplished women, including Lea Michele, Lo Bosworth, and iJustine, join our inspiring movement.”
“I attribute my personal and professional successes to not only my self-reliance and determination, but to the inspiration, education and support I received from others who helped me stay true to myself and my goals,” Lea Michele states. “I am sharing my #ActuallySheCan story so I can help motivate and encourage all women to share their individual journeys and goals, so we can collectively help each other reach milestones. There is nothing more gratifying than seeing a woman leave her mark.”
#ActuallySheCan represents an unprecedented new chapter in the company’s long-standing commitment to women’s programs, such as the philanthropic iact4womenSM initiative that supports deserving charities with a mission to help women in need.
Millennials are encouraged to join the #ActuallySheCan movement and share their goals in a variety of ways. By visiting www.actuallyshecan.com, millennial women can join and gather more information on this exciting new campaign. They can also participate via social media by following @ActuallySheCan and using the hashtag #ActuallySheCan.
ETonline caught up with the star-studded cast of Fox’s upcoming series ‘Scream Queens’ to get the exclusive scoop on Lea Michele’s next hilarious role.
Lea Michele underwent a definite makeunder for her role in “Scream Queens,” but the actress says it doesn’t take much to put on her new look.
“It’s not really getting into the ugly, it’s just no hair and makeup,” she told Access Hollywood at San Diego Comic-Con. “So that’s what I look like when I wake up in the morning. The neck brace takes it to another level.”
“That’s my real natural curly hair,” she added of Hester’s look. “We don’t do anything. It’s no makeup… that’s me!”
Lea is having a blast working with co-stars Emma Roberts, Ariana Grande and Jamie Lee Curtis, part of which she attributes to their prior collective years of experience in the business.
“[We’re having] too much fun. The great thing about this cast is that everyone individually has had such great success in their careers coming up to this point,” she said. “Everyone knows who they are as people and as actors and it just allows us to start from such a great strong place as a cast.”
One thing Comic-Con fans seemed to have glommed onto was the show’s humor, according to Lea.
“I just love how much people are responding to the comedy of the show,” she said. “Obviously it’s really scary and it has incredible fashion as well, but it’s so funny and I’m glad that everyone is getting that humor and is really engaged with all the different levels of the show.”