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Scream TV series adds more victims, sorry, cast

August 17th, 2014 by Derek Robertson Comments

MTV’s Scream series has been in limbo for a while now, considering the pilot order that was made in May 2013. Now that the series finally has a cast and director on board, things have changed in the mix a little.

According to EW, there has been a recent change in cast with confirmation that Bex Taylor-Klaus – who had a stint in CW’s Arrow – will now replace Amy Forsyth who was originally cast in the lead role of Audrey Jenson but has since left. The character was originally described as “the daughter of a Lutheran pastor” and “an artsy loner type, who aspired to be a filmmaker.”

There is currently no word on whether there will be changes made to the character or why Audrey Jenson left the production.

More casting news has Bobby Campo, Conner Weil, and Joel Gretsch joining the show. Campo will play Seth Branson, “the clichéd English teacher at Lakewood High” who is “easy on the eye, got charm and is clearly one of the ‘cool’ teachers, who can go with it if a lesson plan gets a little off-track.”

Weil will take on the role of Will Belmont, “an all-American high school basketball player who adores his girlfriend, Emma.”

AndGretsch,will play Sheriff Clark Hudson, “good guy and good Sheriff and father to Kieran (Amadeus Serafini).”



Source: EW


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Derek Robertson has dabbled in many aspects of the media industry from a young age. He has always had an admiration for, film, science fiction and all things geek-like. Working in the music industry with Sony/BMG Records gave Derek insight and experience into video directing. Thusly, for many years he took a hands-on, multi-disciplinary approach in creating and editing treatments; working with performance artists, writing and producing music and working both; in front of, and behind the camera. Studying a Msc in Forensic Psychology has embedded a conceptual ethos that has spawned his signature writing style that he now infuses whilst blogging for numerous websites; writing music reviews, movie news, and reviewing network shows et al., . Derek continues to try and erase the boundaries between the homogenous and the insanely dull, culturally enmeshing contemporary socio-political aspects into the mix of the monolithic media industry.