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September 20, 2017

Stage 13, a digital content brand under the Warner Bros. Digital Networks umbrella, announced that its new anthology series “Two Sentence Horror Stories” will premiere on Oct. 3 on go90, Verizon’s mobile entertainment destination. A fresh and provocative anthology series inspired by the viral fan fiction of two sentence horror stories, the series taps into universal primal fears — death, abandonment, and loneliness — filtered through the anxieties of the most connected and racially diverse generation. Created by writer-director-producer Vera Miao, the series’ episodes each has it’s own director: Miao and acclaimed horror directors Danny Perez, JD Dillard, and Ryan Spindell. New episodes of the five-episode series will premiere every Tuesday.

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