Ready for more horror? The CW has renewed the iconic anthology series “Two Sentence Horror Stories” for a third season ahead of its season 2 premiere! “Inspired by the viral fan fiction of two-sentence horror stories, the anthology series features a different sub-genre of horror in each episode. Designed to subvert classic horror tropes by […]
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Two Sentence Horror Stories
Season 2 Coming Soon
Inspired by the viral fan fiction, “Two Sentence Horror Stories” is an award-winning, original scripted horror anthology series. Each standalone story taps into the expansive world of the horror genre, pressing universal primal fears filtered through the anxieties of the most connected and racially diverse generation.
When an elderly Haitian grandma is forced to move in with her estranged son, she begins to suspect something is very wrong with his perfect family.
A beauty vlogger records a complex makeup tutorial as the camera catches someone slipping into her room when she’s not looking.
A devoted nanny fights to protect the autistic child in her care during a horrifying home invasion.
Get an inside look at the new Stage 13 horror anthology Two Sentence Horror Stories on The CW from the creator and talent of the show.
A low-paid office assistant wakes up naked in her own bed after the office holiday party with no idea how she got there. Who was it and what did he put inside her?
Prepare to jump out of your skin AGAIN! ‘Two Sentence Horror Stories’ is BACK for another season!
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“…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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“Stage 13 is telling the stories that would get screenwriters thrown out of traditional television studios. That’s not because the content is offensive or controversial. Quite the opposite, actually: Since launching in 2017, Stage 13 has carved a niche for itself in the increasingly crowded television industry by championing the diverse individuals and social issues that […]
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