"The Vanishing"
Series Scream: The Series
Season 2, Episode 10
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Air date August 2nd, 2016
Writers Eoghan O'Donnell
Director Kevin Kolsch; Dennis Widmyer
Producers Matthew Signer; Keith Levine; Eoghan O'Donnell; Kat Landsberg; Bob Weinstein; Harvey Weinstein; Tony DiSanto; Liz Gateley; Wes Craven; Michael Gans; Richard Register; Marianne Maddalena; Cathy Konrad
Starring Willa Fitzgerald; Bex Taylor-Klaus; John Karna; Amadeus Serafini; Carlson Young; Kiana Ledé; Santiago Segura; Tracy Middendorf
Episode guide
"The Orphanage"
"Heavenly Creatures"

"The Vanishing" is the tenth episode of season two of the psycho-thriller television program Scream: The Series, and the twentieth episode of the series overall. It was directed by Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer with a script written by Eoghan O'Donnell. It first aired on MTV on Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016 at 10:00 pm. In this episode, the killer ups the stakes in the game and goes after one of the surviving members of the Lakewood Six: Noah Foster. Stabbing him and trapping him inside of a coffin, he challenges Emma Duval and Audrey Jensen to save him in time. But to do so, they must first solve the killer's riddle.

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  • This episode is rated TV-14.
  • This episode has been made available on MTV.com.
  • Kieran Wilcox makes a behind-the-scenes appearance on this episode only. He tries calling Emma Duval on her cell phone, but she doesn't answer.
  • Eli Hudson makes a cameo appearance at the end of the episode only.

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  • The title of this episode is taken from the 1993 psychological thriller film The Vanishing starring Kiefer Sutherland, which was a remake of a 1988 Dutch film by the same name. It follows the pattern of season two of titling all of their episodes after horror movies. Both the movie and this episode deal with characters being buried alive.
  • Maggie Duval is shown placing and receiving notes from Brandon James inside of a knot of a tree in both the flashback sequences and the normal timeline. This is reminiscent of the characters of Scout and Boo Radley from the 1960 novel To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee.

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