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The CW Network: Two Sentence Horror Stories - Inside Look

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THE CW Network recently debuted 'Two Sentence Horror Stories', an episodic, 30-minute horror anthology from original content studio Stage 13. Inspired by the viral, bite-sized fan fiction that gets published on sites like Reddit and Creepypasta, 'Two Sentence Horror Stories' tells tales that tap into universal primal fears, filtered through the specific anxieties of a digitally connected and racially diverse generation. The series is executive produced by Vera Miao ('Best Friends Forever') and Greencard’s Emily Wiedemann ('Creative Control') and Chazz Carfora ('Stories From The Felt'), and many of its directors come from independent film backgrounds. 'Two Sentence Horror Stories' is also notable for its casting of people of colour as protagonists in a genre where the early deaths of non-white characters is a familiar trope. Diversity was critical to every aspect of the production, including behind the camera.

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