Tina Hudson
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Tina Hudson
Series: Scream: The Series
Gender: Female
Notability: Supporting character
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
Lakewood, California
Relatives: Eli Hudson
Clark Hudson
Kieran Wilcox
Status: Alive
First: "Psycho"
Actor: Karina Logue

Tina Hudson is a person and a supporting character on the MTV television program Scream: The Series. She was played by actress Karina Logue and introduced in the second episode of season two titled, "Psycho".

Biography Edit

Tina Hudson was the sister of Clark Hudson, the late sheriff of Lakewood. She had a son named Eli and was the aunt of Kieran Wilcox. Tina lived in Atlanta, Georgia, but moved to Lakewood, California with her son to help settle the late Clark Hudson's estate. Tina took advantage of the situation to insinuate herself into the homestead. [1]

When George Washington High School went on lock-down following the discovery of the body of Jake Fitzgerald, Tina was one of many parents who kept vigil outside until the front doors were unlocked. [2]

Tina Hudson later met Mayor Quinn Maddox at a bar. He offered her a lucrative proposition, which Tina at first took to mean sex, but in fact, was something else. The following night, one of Maddox's model homes at Wren Lake Estates mysteriously caught on fire and burned to the ground. Coincidentally, Tina's son, Eli, was in the house at the time, but made it out alive. [3]

Later, Tina expressed an exuberant desire to leave town - quickly. She implied to Eli that all of their problems would be solved, but Eli told her that he was not ready to leave Lakewood just yet. [4]

Notes & Trivia Edit

  • This is not the first time that actress Karina Logue has appeared on a TV series based on a popular horror movie franchise. She also played a character named Audrey Decody in episodes of Bates Motel, which is based on the Psycho film series.

Appearances Edit

  1. Scream: Psycho
  2. Scream: Dawn of the Dead
  3. Scream: Jeepers Creepers
  4. Scream: Heavenly Creatures

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