Netflix just dropped the first season of The CW’s Halloween-flavored series Two Sentence Horror Stories but will it be coming back for a second season and when will it be on Netflix? Let’s break down the series and look at when season 2 of Two Sentence Horror Stories will be on Netflix.
Created by Vera Miao this anthology horror series has had a strange release schedule up until now which we’ll come onto in a second and how it pertains to Netflix.
It’s essentially Black Mirror if it was Halloween specific and written by fan fiction. Reviews haven’t been too kind for the show but as with all horror, it’s highly subjective.
Season 1 aired in April 2017 on The CW ran for five episodes with the final episode airing on October 31st. Season 1 just dropped on Netflix on September 20th, 2019.
Season 2 started on The CW on 8th August 2019 and the finale episode, episode 9 released on September 19th, 2019.
As we mentioned earlier, the release schedule for this show is strange. Mainly because Netflix only got season 1 just under a year after it aired. As many knows, Netflix had an output deal with The CW and that saw new titles added 7 days after the finale. If that was the case, we’d have seen it added to Netflix last year in November.
It looks like this title falls under one or two things. It means either Netflix chose to hold back the release for Halloween this year or it’s on a separate deal outside the main contract from The CW.
Season 2 of ‘Two Sentence Horror Stories’ Netflix Release Date
Unfortunetely, without a regular schedule, we can’t accurately predict when season 2 will come to Netflix.
At the moment, we have two theories.
Our first best guess is that the series will come to Netflix as part of the Halloween lineup for 2020 meaning we’ll see it added in either September 2020 or October 2020.
Our other theory, and it’s a bit of a long shot, is that we’ll see it added before Halloween 2019. It wasn’t announced for the October 2019 releases but it wasn’t for September 2019 either.
Will Two Sentence Horror Stories be on Netflix in other regions?
As of right now, we’re not expecting the show from The CW to head to Netflix elsewhere. It’s been a rare occurrence in recent years for Netflix to carry shows from the network.
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