All good things must come to an end. That includes The CW’s hit horror series “Two Sentence Horror Story” whose season finale is upon us.
Airing on Tuesday, February 16th at 8 pm ET/ 7 C, ahead of the season’s arrival on Netflix on the 24th, the finale will feature the episodes “IBEJI” and “Manifest Destiny.”
In “IBEJI“, when her twin sister is paralyzed suddenly from a stroke, a Nigerian American nurse must find a way to protect her from a broken medical system’s neglect. A dark force that feeds on the most vulnerable and unprotected.
“Manifest Destiny” airs at 8 pm ET/ 7 pm CT. Starring Joel Oulette of The CW’s “Trickster,” this episode centers on an Indigenous man who faces dark a history when he and his girlfriend visit an Old West reenactment for their podcast.
Tune in for the finale of “Two Sentence Horror Story” on February 16th. If you haven’t seen the show yet, we highly recommend you watch the first two seasons now on The CW or on Netflix when it arrives on February 24th. Also, be sure to check out our interview with Kimani Ray Smith who directed the season two premiere.
“The 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.”
“Two Sentence Horror Stories” was created and written by Vera Miao, who executive produces alongside Liz Levine. Pornsak Pichetshote co-executive producers with Shawn Angelski producing. The series is from the six-time EMMY® award-nominated, award-winning studio Stage 13.