The first season of “Scream Queens” came to a successful close with the unveiling of the last Red Devil Killer, who was none other than Hester, played by Lea Michele. While there has been no official release date announced for a second season, with the loose ends throughout the story, the cliffhanger ending, and the endless potential of storylines for the surviving cast of characters, it’s safe to say there's another season in the works.

In the season finale, a seemingly fulfilled Chanel Oberlin (Emma Roberts), tucks herself into her cozy bed at the mental institution and is soon under attack by the Red Devil.

Did Hester risk everything to play dress up one last time and kill the Kappa Queen once and for all? Is there a new Red Devil lurking in the shadows? And if so what could their motive be?

Ryan Murphy, creator of “Scream Queens," told Entertainment Weekly that each season (if Fox renews it) would be connected to one another. Unlike his other successful series, “American Horror Story,"all surviving characters will be carried over into a new setting instead of completely rebooting.If Murphy keeps these interesting characters in tow, perhaps fans will find out what happened to Melanie Dorkus (Brianne Howey), the former Kappa President who suffered from spray tan sabotage, resulting in chemical burns all over her body.

Many have also expressed an interest in seeing if Chanel No. 3 (Billie Lourd) really has an alter ego named Dirty Helen, a possible genetic gift from her birth father, Charles Manson. Or isDirty Helenjust another fabrication in Hester’s cover story?

Murphy has also stated to Access Hollywood that there will be a location change and he intends to add ten new cast members, plus a male pop star to the next bloodbath.

Rumors of a summer camp slasher have erupted all over the Internet, however, getting these girls in the woods with anything less than a court order for community service hours seems unlikely. Perhaps next season will bring us horror in the Hamptons or a murder mystery on a yacht. Either way, it’s sure to be just as witty as it is bloody and fashionable.