|Air date||November 22nd, 2016|
|Producers||Barry Berg; Alexis Martin Woodall; Ian Brennan; Brad Falchuk; Ryan Murphy; James Williams; Jeff Dickerson|
|Starring||Emma Roberts; Skyler Samuels; Lea Michele; Glen Powell; Diego Boneta; Abigail Breslin; Keke Palmer; Oliver Hudson; Nasim Pedrad; Lucien Laviscount; Billie Lourd; Jamie Lee Curtis|
"Chanel Pour Hommie-icide"
"Blood Drive" is the sixth episode of season two of the dark comedy series Scream Queens. The episode was directed by Mary Wigmore with a script written by Brad Falchuk. It first aired on the FOX Network on Tuesday, November 22nd, 2016 at 9:00 pm.
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- This is the only episode of Scream Queens directed by Mary Wigmore. It is also her first work in the horror genre. She will go on to direct the "Slashdance" episode of American Horror Story in 2019. Both shows are produced by Brad Falchuk Teley-Vision & Ryan Murphy Productions and star Emma Roberts.
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