The CW Cancels ‘Two Sentence Horror Stories’ After 3 Seasons

by Thomas Tuna

There’s an exclamation point after those sentences now.

Two Sentence Horror Stories–an anthology series of contemporary tales of horror and hauntings–has been dropped by The CW after three seasons, according to a report on TV Line.

The show–which debuted on The CW in August 2019–dealt with self-contained scenarios spawned by fan-inspired horror stories, and were told in classic anthology fashion. The stories “tapped into universal primal fears–the things that haunt us all,” according to the logline.

The TV show–created by Vera Miao–started out as a series of five short films before The CW adapted the material into a regular series.

Keep reading Horror News Network for any updates on the fate of Two Sentence Horror Stories.


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