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5 Standout Horror TV Anthology Episodes Directed By Women [Series of Frights]
March 28, 2022

5 Standout Horror TV Anthology Episodes Directed By Women [Series of Frights]

Horror TV anthologies feature a range of talent behind the camera, and in their early days, they were one place to find women in creative roles. Ida Lupino directed multiple episodes of Thriller as well as one of the more renowned episodes of The Twilight Zone, and Catherine Turney wrote for One Step Beyond. Nowadays, women are producing anthologies; Mary Laws […]

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Cedar Hill Native Featured in the CW’s New Docuseries MARCH
March 8, 2022

Cedar Hill Native Featured in the CW’s New Docuseries MARCH

The new, eight-episode CW docuseries MARCH focuses on the revered marching band for the historically Black college Prairie View A&M, known as the Marching Storm. Each one-hour episode takes an in-depth look at every aspect of the band, the musicians, directors, dancers and flag team, as they try to handle the pressure of marching for one of […]

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Two Sentence Horror Stories Season 3
February 28, 2022

Two Sentence Horror Stories Season 3

TWO SENTENCE HORROR STORIES Season 3 is on Netflix (US) now. It’s essentially a horror anthology full of horror short films based on micro horror stories. Micro as in consisting of just two sentences. Hence the name for this anthology. Just like in the previous two seasons, each episode opens with giving you the first sentence […]

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Netflix’s ‘Two Sentence Horror Stories’ puts spotlight on Hawaii
February 27, 2022

Netflix’s ‘Two Sentence Horror Stories’ puts spotlight on Hawaii

Maui-born actress Mapuana Makia has the title role in an episode of “Two Sentence Horror Stories,” which can be streamed on Netflix starting Monday, centered around the displacement of old neighborhoods by upscale development and its damaging effects on people and their culture.

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Oregon’s racial history figures into Sunday’s ‘Two Sentence Horror Stories’ on The CW
February 19, 2022

Oregon’s racial history figures into Sunday’s ‘Two Sentence Horror Stories’ on The CW

The CW anthology series, “Two Sentence Horror Stories” touches on a shameful aspect of Oregon’s past in the episode that airs this Sunday. In “Heirloom,” a Black widower named Montreal (Romaine Waite) moves with his young daughter to a house that’s apparently located in Oregon. The woman who helped Montreal find the home tells him that, before her […]

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Two Sentence Horror Stories Unleashes Our Exclusive S03 Finale Preview
February 18, 2022

Two Sentence Horror Stories Unleashes Our Exclusive S03 Finale Preview

Fans that have contracted a “Fright Fever” can get their prescription filled this Sunday on The CW as the current season of Two Sentence Horror Stories comes to an end. Thanks to the network, Bleeding Cool is happy to share an exclusive first-look preview for the final episode of Season Three entitled “Heirloom.” You may recall that […]

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‘March’ Exclusive Preview Highlights PVAMU-Texas A&M Rivalry And Its Challenging History
February 14, 2022

‘March’ Exclusive Preview Highlights PVAMU-Texas A&M Rivalry And Its Challenging History

Shadow and Act has an exclusive clip from this week’s episode of The CW’s March.  Here’s the episode description:  The biggest crowd of the season and longtime rivals await the Prairie View A&M’s Marching Storm.  Rivals Texas A&M University share a challenging history with PVAMU, who also face a different audience with this performance.  Ousted band […]

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Two Sentence Horror Stories: The 10 Most Terrifying Tales So Far
February 4, 2022

Two Sentence Horror Stories: The 10 Most Terrifying Tales So Far

The subreddit r/TwoSentenceHorror showed that sometimes, all it takes is two sentences to strike terror. The CW’s Two Sentence Horror Stories has moved into its third season of bringing these bite-sized terrors to life. The anthology is saturated with ghosts, demons, murderers, and a plethora of other things that go bump in the night. Whether the monsters are supernatural […]

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Prairie View A&M University’s marching band debuts in ‘March,’ a CW docu-series
January 24, 2022

Prairie View A&M University’s marching band debuts in ‘March,’ a CW docu-series

The nation will soon feel the storm of Prairie View A&M University’s marching band. The CW Network hand-picked the institution’s prestigious “Marching Storm” as the subject of its newest docuseries, “March” which aims to showcase the colorful, boisterous and competitive world of HBCU band culture. Prairie View A&M University is one of Texas’ only two public […]

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Variety reviews Stage 13’s new docuseries “March”
January 21, 2022

Variety reviews Stage 13’s new docuseries “March”

“As we open, Prairie View’s troupe is licking their wounds after having placed lower on a national ranking of HBCU marching bands — they’re No. 8, and, as any group of people who toil for hours on their chosen vocation, they believe themselves to be the rightful No. 1. Five minutes in, after some initial […]

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Electric New Series Explores the Competitive World of HBCU Marching Bands
January 21, 2022

Electric New Series Explores the Competitive World of HBCU Marching Bands

Fans of Cheer are going to love The CW Network’s new show about one of America’s best marching bands. Monday marks the premiere of March, a new docu-series offers an intimate look at the “colorful, boisterous and competitive” world of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) band culture through the eyes of band members and leaders themselves. Embedded inside Texas’ […]

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The Root: New “March” Clip Showcases the Strength and Influence of HBCU Band Culture
January 20, 2022

The Root: New “March” Clip Showcases the Strength and Influence of HBCU Band Culture

“If you’ve ever watched an HBCU football game, you already know the band is the best part. Sorry, football players, but marching bands are the real MVPs. To that end, The CW is taking a deep dive into the world of HBCU marching bands with its new reality series “March”, premiering Monday, Jan. 24 at 8 […]

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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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