Good Day Chats With 'Scream Queens' Star Jamie Lee Curtis

Halloween is still more than a month away -- but the scares are starting early on FOX.
"Scream Queens" is a new comedy-horror series premiering tonight with a special two-hour episode.  The show takes place on a college campus, and follows the girls of a secrets-filled sorority, who are being targeted by a masked killer.  Starring as the school's iron-fisted dean is actress Jamie Lee Curtis, who is no stranger to the term "scream queen."  Curtis got her start in the 1978 horror classic Halloween, and her mother is the legendary Janet Leigh, who was terrorized in the shower in Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho.
Thanks to FOX publicity, Good Day Atlanta's Paul Milliken traveled to Los Angeles and sat down with Jamie Lee Curtis to talk more about this "return" to her terrifying roots!
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