Dec 17, 2016 08:31 AM EST

'Scream Queens' Season 2 Update: Final Episode Reveals Denise Alive; Know Reason Behind Feud Between Hollis And Chanel # 3

The hit series "Scream Queens" season 2 is on its final leg of episode titled "Drain the Swamp." With the season about to end, fans are waiting for good news about a good possibility that a Season 3 of the hit series will be made.

According to iTech Post, "Scream Queens" season 2 shows a clip that takes place in a restaurant in which Dr. Cassidy Cascade played by Taylor Lautner, Chanel # 3 played by Billie Lourd and Jane Hollis which is Cascade's mother played by Trilby Gover are involved dining together and talking about something or someone. Meanwhile for Hollis, she tries to have an argument with Chanel # 3 saying not to get into her way.

On the other hand, another scene in the trailer can be seen as nurse Hoffel played by Kirstie Alley is said to reveal a bomb within the institute. Hoffel is also seen whispering to Cascade that if he will not be a help to finding a solution to the situation then he is just a mere part of a huge problem to begin with.

With Hoffel's conversation with the young doctor Cascade a controversial one, it is probably due to Chanel # 3 convincing Cascade not to continue on and stop the killings. According IBTimes, in the teaser trailer, there is a part that got every fans attention, it is the revelation of Denise played by Niecy Nash waking up from the dead after a very long sleep thus coming back to life inside a cryogenic chamber specially made by Dean Munsch.

"Scream Queens" season 2 episode 10 also reveals that Green Meanie will plot out a strategy on its revenge while Doctor Brock Holt will be seen doing everything he can to save the life of Dean Munsch. 

"Scream Queens" season 2 episode 10 will be shown on December 20 at 9p.m EST on FOX. For more details about the latest news and current updates stay tuned to Jobs & Hire.

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