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Warner Bros’ Digital Studio To Launch Anthology Horror Series On Go90

September 20, 2017

Stage 13, a multicultural-leaning digital production unit formed by Warner Bros., is set to release a new scripted anthology series called Two Sentence Horror Stories on Verizon’s go90 platform next month.

Each of the five episodes was inspired by viral fan fiction and taps into themes like death, abandonment, and loneliness — while weaving in a range of social issues such as race, homosexuality, cyber-bullying, and the pursuit of beauty. Two Sentence Horror Stories, which bows on Oct. 3, is the second Stage 13 series to premiere exclusively on go90 following June’s horror-comedy Snatchers, which is about a woman who gives birth to an alien after losing her virginity.

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