Is Scream VI Now Available to Stream on Paramount, Showtime, and Starz?

Scream VI is an upcoming American horror movie that will be directed by Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett and written by James Vanderbilt and Guy Busick. Original franchise writer and creator Kevin Williamson will be back as an executive producer. It will be the sixth movie in the Scream series and a direct follow-up to Scream (2022).

Melissa Barrera, Jasmin Savoy Brown, Mason Gooding, Jenna Ortega, Hayden Panettiere, and Courteney Cox all play the same roles they played in previous movies.

The cast was later joined by Dermot Mulroney, Henry Czerny, Samara Weaving, and Tony Revolori. Neve Campbell, who plays Sidney Prescott in the movies, said she wouldn’t be back because she wasn’t happy with the offer. This is the first movie in the series that doesn’t star Campbell or her character.

Pa Paramount Pictures plans to release Scream VI in the United States on March 10, 2023.

Quick Facts About the Series

Series Scream
Upcoming Season 6
  • Matt Bettinelli-Olpin
  • Tyler Gillett
Release Date March 10, 2023
Genre Horror, Drama
Country of Origin United States
OTT Platform Paramount+

Scream VI Storyline

The first Scream came out in 1996, and it was one of the first horror movies where the main characters knew about common horror movie tropes and clichés. This made for some laughs and also gave the characters a chance to try to make smarter choices as they tried to figure out who the Ghostface killer was and stop them.

Without giving away major plot points from the fifth installment of the Scream series, which comes out in 2022, the characters again use what they know about horror movie tropes.


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Soon, they figure out that the new killer is making a “requel” or “legacy-quel” of the fictional Stab movies from the previous films, killing characters who are related to the characters from the first film. In the words of Mindy Meeks-Martin (Jasmin Savoy Brown), “legacy characters are supporting brand new characters.”

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Scream VI will start right where Scream 2022 left off, with Sam and Tara Carpenter and Mindy and Chad Meeks-Martin moving to New York City to get away from Woodsboro and its dark past. They want to start over in a new city, but when a new Ghostface starts killing people around them, they are quickly pulled into yet another meta-slasher whodunit.

Like in recent “whodunit” movies like “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery,” less information about the plot makes it easier to follow. The only real clues we have are the people in the cast. Who will turn out to be the new killer, between “legacy” characters and new faces?

Scream VI Release Date: When It is Debut?

Scream 6 was supposed to come out on March 31, but Paramount has now said that it will come out on March 10, 2023. Score!

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Where to Watch the Scream VI?

The movie will also be able to be streamed on Paramount+, which is Paramount’s streaming service. The movie Scream from 2022 can be seen on Showtime. If you haven’t seen it yet, you should, especially before seeing the sixth movie in the Scream series, Scream VI, which has been cleverly marketed as ScreamVI. Starz also lets you stream the original 1996 movie, which you should do.


Scream VI is the sixth movie in the Scream series. It will be a direct follow-up to Scream (2022). Original franchise writer and creator Kevin Williamson will be back as an executive producer. Scream VI picks up right where Scream 2022 left off. The movie will be able to be streamed on Showtime and Starz.

It will also be available on Paramount’s streaming service, Paramount+. The film will arrive in the U.S. three weeks earlier than expected.

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