Anthology series Two Sentence Horror Stories has been renewed at the CW for a third season ahead of its upcoming season two premiere.
The series features “updated tales of horror and haunting for the digital age” according to its IMDb synopsis. Those stories have ranged from monsters that only children can see to a beauty vlogger who doesn’t realize someone has slipped into her apartment as she records her latest makeup tutorial to an abusive father who returns from the grave to continue tormenting his family.
Season two of Two Sentence Horror Stories was slated to return this fall, but according to Deadline production was delayed due to Covid-19 restrictions and the premiere has now been pushed to first quarter 2021.
The show originated in a five-part series on go90 before making the jump to The CW. The first eight-episode season ran in the fall of 2019.
There is no word yet on how many episodes we can expect from the new season, nor has their IMDb page been updated with new episode information. We will keep you posted on all the new information on the series as it becomes available.
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