Scream TV Series – MTVThe film franchise that changed the horror genre forever is set to do it all over again, this time as an hour long TV project. MTV is heading into production on the Scream TV series, a series that promises to honor the spirit of Screams 1-4 while updating and expanding the stories and making it’s own bone-chilling mark on audiences around the world. Casting calls are being organized now for this sure to be horror classic.Scream is set in the seemingly peaceful town of Lakewood, whose residents are rocked when a video shot by two teenagers is uploaded to Youtube and goes viral. This video causes particularly chilling and unexpected problems forAubrey Jensen, daughter of the city’s pastor, that ripple throughout her relationships with her family and friends and exposes the terrifying history of their town. Like the four frightening films that preceded it, this TV iteration boasts a large ensemble cast of rising star talents that includes Willa Fitzgerald (Royal Pains, The Following, Blue Bloods), Carlson Young (Pair of Kings, Key and Peele, The Dog Who Saved Christmas Vacation), Bex Taylor-Klaus (Arrow, House of Lies, The Last Witch Hunter), John Karna (Modern Family, Premature, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit), Connor Weil (Liv and Maddie, McFarland, USA, Victorious), Bobby Campo (The Final Destination, Being Human, Grey’s Anatomy), Tom Maden (Make It or Break It, Parenthood, Switched at Birth) and Tracy Middendorf (Boardwalk Empire, Mission: Impossible III, Beverly Hills, 90210). Superstar Bella Thorne (Shake It Up!, Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, Alvin and the Chipmunks: Road Chip) has also signed on to make a crowd pleasing cameo in the series first episode. Veteran writer/producer Jill E. Blotevogel (Ravenswood, Stephen King’s Dead Zone, The Twilight Zone) will serve as showrunner for the project that features the writing of Dan Dworkin (Revenge, Criminal Minds, The Event) and Jay Beattie (Cold Case, Surface, Scorpion). Franchise stalwarts Harvey Weinstein, Bob Weinstein and master of horror Wes Craven will head an all-star producing team. Scream will be rolling in front of cameras very soon and several exciting roles in a variety of sizes in this highly anticipated horror series will soon be up for grabs. Actors of all ages and types will be needed to round out the show’s already fantastic cast and performers interested in applying for available parts can submit themselves today by sending emails to firstname.lastname@example.org. This fabulous series is gearing up and more news is still to come. Check back right here for more updates on upcoming auditions and production details and leave a message below and tell us what you think of the show and why you would like to have a chance at casting calls for MTV’s Scream.