Ahh! The new ‘Scream Queens’ trailer for season 2 has officially arrived and it’s everything we dreamed of! In the clip, it’s obvious there will be plenty of HOT and HEAVY moments ahead! So, who will Emma Roberts be hooking up with!? Get the scoop, here!
Heart be still. It appears that Chanel Oberlin, played by Emma Roberts, will be enjoying a steamy romance with none other than John Stamos! OMG! The newest trailer for the second season of Scream Queens arrived on Aug. 31, and boy, does it look enticing. John will be playing the hunky doctor from Harvard, Dr. Brock Holt, in the Fox series. This likely means that Chanel will be getting sick more than usual. Cough, cough. In the clip, the two can be seen enjoying a romantic night at the movies! She even says, “grope at will, doctor!” Taylor Lautner will also be one of the sexy new characters, portraying Dr. Cassidy Cascade, who refers to himself as “female Viagra.”4

The Twilight star gushed about the series in the behind-the-scenes clip, saying, “I’m stoked. This is my first season, so I’m really excited.” He also revealed if fans liked season one, they’ll be in for a treat, since it’s “funnier” and “scarier” this time around!
The show will also be set in a brand spankin’ new location! The girls will be out of the sorority house and into an “eerie” hospital now, since Dean Munsch (Jamie Lee Curtis) convinced them to enroll as medical students. We’re sure she’s up to no good. Luckily, there will still be plenty of returns stars on the horror/comedy show, like Keke Palmer and Lea Michele.

The last eye-catching promo was shared via Twitter on Aug. 17. In the clip, we saw the three Chanels, played by Emma, Abigail Breslin, and Billie Lourd all being wheeled around on gurneys. So creepy. But fans were treated to one more shocking hookup — between Abigail and Taylor! Ooh la la! Scream Queens sexy second season premieres Sept. 20. We’ll be checking it out!

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