Your mother/daughter fantasies will run rampant when Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk’s new Fox anthology series “Scream Queens” premieres Sept. 22. “Angel” and “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” alumna Charisma Carpenter has been announced to play mom to tween pop music sensation Ariana Grande.

The horror-comedy runs 15 episodes and is set on a college campus plagued by a series of brutal murders on the 20th anniversary of a horrid event that befell a hopeful sorority pledge.

“Scream Queens” is toplined by iconic scream queen Jamie Lee Curtis and “American Horror Story” regular Emma Roberts. Co-stars include Lea Michele (”Glee”), Abigail Breslin (Maggie), Joe Manganiello (”True Blood”), and—this being a Ryan Murphy show—retards and celebrity cameos.

Ariana Grande plays Charisma's daughter!

Ariana Grande plays Charisma's daughter!

Carpenter first broke hearts as high school teen-turned-vamp-killer Cordelia Chase on “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and spinoff “Angel.” She went on to score roles on “Veronica Mars,” Sylvester Stallone’s The Expendables, and a string of indie horror culminating in this year’s Bound, a Fifty Shades of Grey inspired thriller from TheAsylum featuring a mind-blowing nude turn by Carpenter.

Grande is a Nickelodeon star. These days, she is best known for her terrible music.

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