We’ve already discussed @scream_goredom’s protests directed at MTV, but lately the entire fandom has been goin fuckin nuts. People are creating hashtags, threatening MTV workers, and arguing nonstop all over Twitter. Just look at this heated argument between @UNKNOWN_4000 and @Scream_Spoilers:
As you can see, MTV has made everyone lose their damn mind. They better fix this shit fast!
@scream_goredom has been very vocal about his dislike to the idea of a reboot of Scream the TV Series. He’s started hashtags and pretty much protested MTV, as many other fans are doing. Many fans have disliked MTV from the jump, saying they focus too much on “Teen Mom” and other crappy shows. We can’t help but agree as most good MTV shows (Eye Candy, Deadtime Stories) have been cancelled, the only half decent surviving show (minus Scream) is Catfish: The TV Show. MTV clearly needs to get their shit together, Scream is starting to remind many people of the Friday The 13th TV Series as well as the failed Carrie TV Series.
It’s unknown if MTV is truly rebooting SCREAM THE TV SERIES, but rumors are flying that the network said they would get rid of the current cast and completely reboot the series. This doesn’t make any sense, considering how the story from the first two seasons isn’t finished yet! The only possible upside to this would be the small chance they could connect it to the movies. If it actually ends up being connected to the films, that could possibly be an upside as it may draw in more viewers, especially since many horror fans dumped the series in 2015 when they found out it wasn’t connected to the films. However, finishing the story from the first two seasons should happen before any reboot.
What are your thoughts on this issue?
(NOTE: This story was written a few days ago but didnt publish for some reason.)
MTV changed their logo on their Twitter accounts today for Internarional Women’s Day. @Scream_Spoilers suspected this may have been a clue and tweeted about it, which somehow prompted the infamous @Scream_Goredom to reply calling it a “stupid campaign.” Smh.