Back in April, MTV debuted the first Scream TV series trailer, which offered our first brief look at Bella Thorne re-creating Drew Barrymore's iconic opening scene from the original Scream movie. Today, the network has debuted the second Scream trailer, which offers another glimpse at this scene, which confirms that Bella Thorne's character will not make it to the second episode of the season. We also get new looks at the rest of the cast, high school students in a town called Lakewood, where no one can hear you.

MTV and Dimension TV's Scream is based on the eponymous, international hit horror franchise. When Nina (Bella Thorne), a gorgeous entitled teen at Lakewood High School, is murdered in an apparent crime of passion, it exposes the inner workings of the town's complex social hierarchy. After Audrey (Bex Taylor-Klaus), a young artistic loner, is "outed" via cyberbullying, she has to find a way to hold her head up high with the help of Noah (John Karna), her nerdy, hyper-intelligent best friend, and a renewed relationship with Emma (Willa Fitzgerald), her former "bestie" from elementary school. In the meantime, Emma's mom, Maggie (Tracy Middendorf), the town's medical examiner, works with the town's sheriff, Clark (Jason Wiles), to solve the murder and determine if it's connected to a crime spree from the town's dark past -- a murder spree committed by a previous generation's "bullying victim" Brandon James. The cast also includes Carlson Young as Brooke, Amadeus Serafini as Kieran and Connor Weil as Will.

MTV and Dimension TV (The Weinstein Company) bring the series adaptation of the hit horror film franchise, Scream to television with Bob Weinstein and Harvey Weinstein as executive producers. In addition, Jill E. Blotevogel and Jaime Paglia will executive produce and show run, with John Shiban on board as a consulting producer. The pilot was written by Jay Beattie & Dan Dworkin and Jill E. Blotevogel, with Wes Craven, Tony DiSanto, Liz Gateley, Marianne Maddalena and Cathy Konrad. Check out the new trailer for Scream, debuting June 30 on MTV.

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