I scream, you scream, we all scream for “Scream Queens” -- especially when behind-the-scenes pics of the upcoming horror-comedy TV series are released! On Wednesday, “Scream Queens” star Emma Roberts posted a teasing set image of herself and her fellow on-screen sorority sister Ariana Grande to her Instagram account.

“When we’re not screaming,” the “American Horror Story” actress captioned the kissy-face image, adding a “Scream Queens” hashtag to confirm it was a picture during production of the New Orleans-based TV show. Although Grande’s character on the thriller from the creators of "Glee" and "American Horror Story" remains a mystery, it was revealed that Roberts plays the lead role of Chanel Oberlin, a KNT (Kappa Nu Tau) sorority girl.

“My character -- which I can’t tell you about yet -- it’s even better than Madison Montgomery,” Roberts told MTV in December, comparing her villainous “AHS” role to her new one.

The forthcoming Fox series, created by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan, will hit the small screen in September. That means fans have a few more months to stalk their favorite “Scream Queens” cast member’s social media accounts, like Lea Michele, who is constantly sharing updates and photos from the set.

The “Glee” actress recently posted an image of her and Roberts behind the scenes on “Scream Queens” trying to remove a splinter from the blond starlet’s finger.

Michele has been cast on the blood-soaked series as Brittany Greenwood and is said to be unrecognizable. “When I went on my first day, no one even recognized me. This is like my Charlize Theron in 'Monster' moment,” she dished to USA Today about her character.

The frightening series, which also is said to have its comedic moments, will center on a New Orleans college campus “that is rocked by a series of murders,” according to the show’s synopsis. The sorority girls will then find themselves smack in the middle of the gory drama.

How excited are you for the premiere of “Scream Queens”? Sound off in the comments section below with your theories for the upcoming Fox thriller set to air this fall.