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Stage 13’s Two Sentence Horror Stories season finale

Stage 13’s Two Sentence Horror Stories season finale

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Season Finale on Tuesday, February 16th on the CW

“IBEJI” and “MANIFEST DESTINY” are the season finale episodes tomorrow on the CW. I love these bite size original horror stories that allows us to get a glimpse into the minds of the writers and directors. This horror anthology story series has given a huge platform for diverse talent to center episodes on people color, LGBTQ, mythology and more that has had me hiding my eyes every week.

The 2nd season will premier on February 24th on Netflix. I’m very excited what new stories will have me hiding under a blanket!

“IBEJI” AT 8 P.M. ET/7 P.M. CT
When her twin sister is paralyzed suddenly from a stroke, a Nigerian American nurse must protect her from a broken medical system’s neglect, and a dark force that feeds on the most vulnerable and unprotected. 

Writers: Stephanie Adams-Santos, Melody Cooper
Director: Bola Ogun
Cast: Martyne Musau “Eneh”; Nicole Nwokolo “Adaora”

“MANIFEST DESTINY” AT 8:30 P.M. ET/7:30 P.M. CT

An Indigenous man faces dark history when he and his girlfriend visit an Old West reenactment for their podcast.
*Starring Joel Oulette of The CW’s “Trickster”

Writers: Ryan Rege Harris, Migizi Pensoneau
Director: Kimani Ray Smith
Cast: Joel Oulette “Jeremy”; Christie Burke “Rosalie”; Brian Cyburt “Chad”; Steve Bacic “Sheriff”

Inspired by the viral fan fiction, 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 by centering everyday people and diverse perspectives, the half-hour series taps into universal primal fears while tackling provocative social and cultural issues within our modern society. Created and Executive Produced by Vera Miao, TWO SENTENCE HORROR STORIES is from the six-time EMMY® award-nominated, award-winning studio Stage 13.

What has been your favorite episode? How do you think moving to Netflix will allow the anthology series to explore horror even more? Leave a comment below what you think about the series and its move to Netflix.

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