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Join Stage 13, WarnerMedia, and NY Latino Film Festival to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month! Our SVP and GM of Stage 13, Diana Mogollón was asked to join the Latinas Who Lead panel. Learn more and watch below: WarnerMedia Presents: Latinas Who Lead Just in case you didn’t know, Latinas run the world. Latinas leading at […]
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Joyce and Jacqueline Robbins, known as the Robbins twins, have been acting professionally for more than 40 years. At 71, they seem to have hit their stride. Best known for their roles as the White-Faced Women in the Netflix show A Series of Unfortunate Events, this summer their work has included an episode of CW’s Two Sentence Horror […]
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“Two Sentence Horror Stories” listed as top five horror anthologies compared to Netflix’s “Bloodride”
With the release of Netflix’s new anthology “Bloodline“, Screen Rant takes a look at the top ten similar series, with “Two Sentence Horror Stories” at #5! Take a look into Screen Rants article and see what other shows you might enjoy if you liked watching “Two Sentence Horror Stories“!
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To celebrate Transgender Day Of Visibility 2021, we held a candid conversation with two transgender rising stars that we absolutely adore! Actor James Goldman of “Two Sentence Horror Stories” episode “Elliot” and Human Rights Campaign Foundation Youth Ambassador and TikTok influencer Ve’ondre Mitchell discuss the importance of pronouns, trans portrayal in media, ending transphobia and more!
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The New York Times adds ‘Two Sentence Horror Stories‘ to their list of “7 Shows That Serve Bite-Sized Scares”, along with Stephen-King’s inspired Shudder series ‘Creepshow’, and Jordan Peele’s ‘Twilight Zone’.
NYT’s writer Mike Hale says, “…its roster of writers, directors and characters is more diverse than you’ll find in just about any other broadcast-network show…”
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