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See exclusive sneak peek photos from episodes “Crush” and “Plant Life” of Two Sentence Horror Stories season 3
January 13, 2022

See exclusive sneak peek photos from episodes “Crush” and “Plant Life” of Two Sentence Horror Stories season 3

The premiering episodes “Crush” and “Plant Life” drop on The CW Sunday, January 16th at 9p and 9:30p. Get ready to laugh, cry, and look fear in the eye with “Two Sentence Horror Stories” season 3! 👁 🔪 Episode “Crush” starring lead actors and twins Jacqueline Robbins (Jane) and Joyce Robbins (Mabel). Episode “Plant Life” […]

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Bloody Disgusting Welcomes Back “Two Sentence Horror Stories” Season 3
December 17, 2021

Bloody Disgusting Welcomes Back “Two Sentence Horror Stories” Season 3

Shout out to Bloody Disgusting for exclusively helping us show our horror fans the new season poster for “Two Sentence Horror Stories” season 3, dropping Sunday January 16th, 2022! “Two Sentence Horror Stories” is a critically-acclaimed psychological horror anthology series featuring a different sub-genre of horror in each episode. Designed to subvert classic horror tropes […]

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CW ANNOUNCES NEW DOCUSERIES “MARCH,” CENTERED AROUND PRAIRIE VIEW A&M BAND
December 5, 2021

CW ANNOUNCES NEW DOCUSERIES “MARCH,” CENTERED AROUND PRAIRIE VIEW A&M BAND

The CW network is set to bring HBCU band culture to the mainstream with “March,” a new docuseries focused on Prairie View A&M University’s band, The Marching Storm. Set to premiere on Jan. 24, the eight-episode series will follow the lives of both the band members and the faculty and staff that support them – a total […]

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“March” docuseries to follow top ranked HBCU marching band Prairie View A&M University Marching Band
December 4, 2021

“March” docuseries to follow top ranked HBCU marching band Prairie View A&M University Marching Band

The CW is finally putting the attention where it belongs, on marching bands. More specifically, the amazing artistry of HBCU marching bands. Deadline reports, the network has greenlit docuseries “March“, which follows the Prairie View A&M University Marching Band. It premieres Monday, Jan. 24 at 8 pm. “March” showcases the dedicated and energetic group of college students […]

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EXCITING ALL NEW DOCUSERIES FROM STAGE 13 AND THE CW. WELCOME “MARCH”!
December 3, 2021

EXCITING ALL NEW DOCUSERIES FROM STAGE 13 AND THE CW. WELCOME “MARCH”!

HUGE NEWS FROM STAGE 13 AND The CW! Say hello to our all-new eight-part docuseries MARCH 🎉 🥁 This series highlights the competitive world of HBCU band culture, following the Prairie View A&M Marching Band, The Marching Storm. We’re so excited for you to meet the electrifying members and leaders from all parts of this […]

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The CW Greenlights HBCU-Set ‘March’ Docuseries Following Prairie View A&M University Marching Band
December 3, 2021

The CW Greenlights HBCU-Set ‘March’ Docuseries Following Prairie View A&M University Marching Band

“March” showcases the dedicated and energetic group of college students at Prairie View A&M University—from drum majors and dancers to the flag team and all the section players—as they navigate performing in one of the most prestigious HBCU marching bands along with tackling a rigorous academic schedule and maintaining a high grade point average. The series […]

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Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with Stage 13 and New York Latino Film Festival
September 14, 2021

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with Stage 13 and New York Latino Film Festival

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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Meet the Talented Robbins Twins of Two Sentence Horror Stories Season 3
August 7, 2021

Meet the Talented Robbins Twins of Two Sentence Horror Stories Season 3

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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EMMYS: Stage 13 GM, Diana Mogollón: We are All Multidimensional
July 1, 2021

EMMYS: Stage 13 GM, Diana Mogollón: We are All Multidimensional

Diana Mogollón: “At Stage 13 we do not subscribe to a “one size fits all” approach to creating content. We curate multicultural, intentional, and intersectional storytelling at all levels. This means actively shape-shifting alternative formats, genres, IP, business & production models to maximize storytelling opportunities. The most exciting and critical part of our mission is […]

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Ebony Interviews “Ibeji” writer Melody Cooper
June 25, 2021

Ebony Interviews “Ibeji” writer Melody Cooper

Melody Cooper is a writer on Two Sentence Horror Stories, and wrote the episode “Ibeji” in season 2. Ebony interviewed Melody about her episode and the themes around medical negligence, especially towards Black women. “Very often, our voices aren’t heard,” says Cooper. “That, for me, also spoke to how we feel paralyzed by our anger, […]

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ET interviews Ryan O’Connell and Punam Patel about the final season of ‘Special’
June 25, 2021

ET interviews Ryan O’Connell and Punam Patel about the final season of ‘Special’

Entertainment Tonight: Congrats on season 2. Now that it’s done, how do you feel about what you were able to achieve with the series? Ryan O’Connell: I feel great. I mean, look, I’m really proud of season 1. I think there’s some really amazing moments in it, but I feel like as a whole, as a […]

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Listen to “Two Sentence Horror Stories” Creator Vera Miao on the Beyond the Scares: Emotional Catharsis & Healing in Horror ATX Television Episode
June 17, 2021

Listen to “Two Sentence Horror Stories” Creator Vera Miao on the Beyond the Scares: Emotional Catharsis & Healing in Horror ATX Television Episode

Vera Miao, creator, and guest writer/director of “Two Sentence Horror Stories” sits on an impressive panel for the ATX Television podcast episode Beyond the Scares: Emotional Catharsis & Healing in Horror. This episode covers: ‘The fundamental aim of Horror may be to thrill, spook, and scare — but like any genre, great horror can also […]

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EMMYS: Punam Patel revels in becoming a “Special” role model around the globe
May 20, 2021

EMMYS: Punam Patel revels in becoming a “Special” role model around the globe

“Punam Patel may be a brown, curvy woman on the surface, but fans of her character Kim on Netflix’s short-form comedy Special see her as a woman with a tender heart and the roar of a lion.” “It’s important to remind people that you can be confident, and still doubt yourself,” Patel says. “In season two, you […]

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Netflix’s “Special” Has A Lot Left To Say About Disabled Lives and Gay Sex
May 19, 2021

Netflix’s “Special” Has A Lot Left To Say About Disabled Lives and Gay Sex

“I want gay sex and “Special” to be synonymous,” O’Connell told HuffPost. “I want my show to be known for topping, bottoming, top anxiety, lube ― all those things. I want to take the mystery and shame out of gay sex by depicting it as I’ve experienced it: erotic, humiliating, empowering, funny and intense, all within […]

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Check Out “Special” Season 2 Trailer and Cameos!
May 1, 2021

Check Out “Special” Season 2 Trailer and Cameos!

Don’t be sad that it’s ending, be happy that we got to experience two bold, proud, and super gay seasons of Stage 13 and Netflix’s “Special“! Entertainment Weekly got the exclusive first look at the “Special” season 2 trailer which highlights some returning and brand new faces (like Leslie Jordan!! HELLO!!!). And if you haven’t […]

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