The second blood-soaked season of “Scream” is headed our way, and now every single inhabitant of Lakewood is a suspect.

After all, Piper (Amelia Rose Blaire) may have been the killer, but Noah (John Karna) pretty cleverly pointed out that she had to have had an accomplice to pull off one or two of her crimes. Could it be Audrey (Bex Taylor-Klaus) with her shady connection to Piper? Or maybe Kieran (Amadeus Serafini), whose past is still very much a mystery? Or maybe we’re going to get really meta, and it will be Emma (Willa Fitzgerald) herself!

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Zap2it visited the “Scream” set to get the scoop on Season 2 and to ask Amadeus Serafini who he thinks this new killer could be. Plus, check out our “killer” photos from the set below!

Where do we pick up with Kieran in Season 2?

I think he’s made his way into the group a little more, so he’s a little friendlier with the rest of the regular cast. We’ll get to see some of back story finally. Season 1 he was kind of just “mystery man,” but now we’ve got some other mystery men.

Where are Kieran’s feelings for Emma when she returns?

They’re stronger than ever. You guys know how Season 1 ended — his dad is gone. He’s only got Emma. He doesn’t have anyone from Atlanta. We know very little about Atlanta and Kieran’s background in Season 1, but again, you’re going to learn more this time around. I think you come to find that his feelings have intensified. I don’t think he’s going anywhere.

Will Kieran and Emma have a hard time getting back to their relationship?

I honestly don’t know how things are going to be mended. I think there’s going to be a lot of unforgivable shit this season between characters. I think they’re going to totally lose trust for each other.

The accomplice could be anyone, so should we still be suspicious of Kieran?

I think he’s had a bad wrap since Season 1. He really got thrown in the Billy Loomis boat. From social media, I can tell that not everyone’s let off that. They still think that Keiran may be it. A lot of people don’t want Kieran to be it, but that makes it that much more interesting, right?

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What about the new characters coming aboard? Will they have any mysterious connections with the current characters?

There has to be! What’s the slogan? Trust no one? It’s going to get ever more convoluted, definitely, these new people you’ve got to watch out for.

What is the best thing about being part of a horror franchise?

It’s a totally new challenge. I never thought of myself as someone who’d go into the horror genre, and this happened. And it’s really opened my eyes to horror in general to the point where I will watch things with the cast … so I’ve seen quite a few things.

I think our show isn’t just horror though, and you don’t want to fall into that. We don’t want to fall into that. It’s got so many elements between the soap and the comedy.

If Kieran had to be killed off, how would you want to go?

I think I’d want to be pulverized, like disappeared. I know it’s a thing in Chechnya … if there’s political dissidence, they’ll disappear them, I’ve read, with an explosives pack just on their body, just pulverize them. Turn into mist.

If that’s in the budget, you should totally get blown up.

Right? Pink mist is easy to create!

“Scream” premieres Monday, May 30th on MTV.

Posted by:Lindsay MacDonald

Lindsay MacDonald is a Los Angeles based entertainment reporter with an affinity for CW superheroes. She graduated from Pepperdine University with a major in Media Studies and a borderline unhealthy obsession with TV in 2012. She would much rather spend the day binge-watching ‘The Flash’ or sorting ‘Game of Thrones’ characters into Hogwarts houses than venturing outdoors. TV words to live by: “Never ignore coincidence. Unless, of course, you’re busy. In which case, always ignore coincidence.”