The Fox show was just canceled, but the ladies are keeping busy. 

Danielle Kwateng-Clark
May, 16, 2017

Scream Queens is coming to an end.

The gory FOX show that mixed comedy and horror for two seasons will not be returning in the fall, a developlment announced during this week's upfronts.

As reported by Variety, the show struggled to find an audience over its first two seasons, though it did perform well in delayed viewing and was extremely buzzy on social media. FOX also liked that the show brought in a younger demo.

Ryan Murphy was behind the program that pulled from elements of his hits GleeNip/Tuck and American Horror StoryKeke Palmer and Niecey Nash starred in both seasons of Scream Queens.

Fans look forward to seeing Nash in her new TNT series Claws, executive produced by Rashida Jones.

And Palmer recently signed to UTA where she will be represented by a team of agents who will manage her interests in film, television, music, licensing and endorsements, and digital media, as reported by Variety

She's also been posting more music on her social media accounts.

Apparently the show must, and will, go on.