The Final Season

8 Episodes Coming out Every Sunday Starting June 17 

After the first two seasons of GRAVES creating a cult buzz online for this spooky, vintage-looking teen horror drama web series, Terence Krey and Christine Nyland are excited to announce Season 3: The Final Season. Episode 1 will be released on Sunday, June 17th.

In two days, Jane Stevenson turns thirty. But honestly, things can’t get much worse. She spends her days at a crappy job and her nights lost in the Eye of Nostalgia. Kate’s leaving town, Jacob’s dead in the woods, and Rich is doing weird stuff with Fred Jones. And now the demon Astaroth has made a deal with his father to finally become flesh. This might just be a birthday Jane won’t ever forget. Or survive.

GRAVES is a lo-fi, VHS-style, horror-dramedy web series in the vein of “Buffy: The Vampire Slayer.” Recently nominated for Best Indie Series at the 2017 Streamy Awards, GRAVES has been called “strangely charming” by AV Club, “a mumblecore-y mash-up of Spaced and Buffy” by Paste Magazine, and “lo-fi comic horror” by SyFy. “GRAVES” is an indie gothic throwback about facing your past, present, and future: one demon at a time.

The eight-episode final season of “GRAVES” premieres on June 17th, running weekly on Vimeo, Youtube, and everywhere else internet video exists. Watch season 1 & 2 right now at

Praise For Graves: Season 2

“If you ever wanted to watch a mumblecore-y mash-up of Spaced and Buffy, Graves could be the show for you.” -Paste

“GRAVES is a gothic, horror-dramedy about facing your past, present, and future, one demon at a time. The style of the series, and it’s website, will make you nostalgic for the days of searching through video stores, looking for something special.” -Fun Size Horror

“Imagine while in high school you and all your awkward friends banded together take down an evil demon. Now imagine you at your 10-year reunion. Somehow you’re still awkward, and now there’s a new demon. This is the premise of GRAVES.” -Horror Fatale

“They faced Hell in high school, and while most of them survived, none of them have been quite the same since they saved the world in their formative years. Now on the outskirts of their twenties, a group of friends find that the demons—both within and outside of themselves—aren’t finished with them yet, and you can watch their funny, frightening, and heartfelt adventures in the first two seasons of Graves” -Daily Dead

“The story follows what happens when some high schoolers stop a demon apocalypse and then picks up with them trying to pick up the pieces afterwards. This fun little series is in its second season and if you like what you see here, new episodes are dropped every Sunday.” -Ain’t it Cool

“Graves, the lo-fi comic horror Buffy inspired web series, has just gone where it’s never gone before in its second season. Yep, zombies. And not your typical shambling, rotting, brain-eating zombies. Nope. Graves’ zombies are going to be something a little different, promises the show’s creator/director/writer Terence Krey in an exclusive interview with Syfy Wire.” -Blastr

“GRAVES, the lo-fi horror amalgam created and directed by Terence Key, is a love letter for what every comedy-horror fan dug in their childhood: some parts Buffy The Vampire Slayer, some parts Evil Dead, with a little bit of Garth Marenghi’s Dark Place sprinkled on top. All of this presented in a VHS-static, 4:3, aesthetic with a nice blending of composited and practical effects.” -Comedy Cake

“If you’ve ever wondered what the crew from “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” would be doing as adults, this is the show for you!” -Dread Central


Season 1 Recap –

Season 2 Recap –

Season 3 Trailer –

Watch All Episodes Here (—watch.html)


About Christine Nyland:
In 2015, Terence Krey cast Christine Nyland as the lead of the lo-fi horror web series GRAVES, and by the second season she had joined the team as a producer. Throughout production of the series, they discovered a mutual love for the supernatural, folklore, and all kinds of spooky things. After 3 seasons, 21 episodes, critical praise, and a Streamy nomination for “Best Indie Series,” Christine and Terence decided to close the book on GRAVES, but not on their horror ambitions. Currently they are developing and co-writing their first horror feature together, the supernatural and witchy “Maiden,” with the intent to go into production by 2019.
About Terence Krey:
Terence Krey is a NYC-based independent filmmaker and overall great guy to have on your team for Buffy trivia. In 2010, he created the black and white sci-fi web series “Oh, Inverted World,” which was called an amusing “allegory of 20-something angst and aimlessness” by The New York Times. In 2016, he created the web series “GRAVES,” a lo-fi VHS-style horror comedy, which has been called “strangely charming” by AV Club, and “a mumblecore-y mash-up of Spaced and Buffy” by Paste Magazine. Nominated for “Best Indie Series” at the 2017 Streamy Awards, “GRAVES” is about to enter its third and final season in 2018. After that, he will be moving on to the supernatural horror film “Maiden,” which he will be writing and developing with Christine Nyland.