The colorful leaves have started falling, there’s an unexpected chill in the air, and everything is pumpkin flavored, and all of this can only mean one thing: it’s spooky season. While upcoming horror movie releases like Halloween ends and Hocus Pocus 2 are highly anticipated, many TV shows in the horror genre are returning to television in October.
But while you count the days until the second season of Chucky’s Reign of Terror and the final battle against the zombies for Daryl and Negan, there are plenty of shows to watch to fill that creepy void.
‘The Walking Dead’
Whether you need to catch up before the final season airs CMA or you just want to relive Rick’s glory days, The Walking Dead is the perfect horror series to make your life easier this October.
After waking up from a coma, Rick Grimes must navigate the new post-apocalyptic world by finding his missing family, forming a band of loyal fighters, and taking out every walker or barbed bat-carrying enemy that stands in the way. on his way to saving the world.
“The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina”
You might know the 1990s sitcom Sabrina, the teenage witch, but by Netflix A dark take on the Witch’s Tale will have you feeling all the spooky vibes this season.
Featuring Keirnan Shipka like Sabrina Spellman, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina follows the teenage witch on her journey to discover her mystical powers while navigating high school life in this Charm meets Riverdale series.
‘Are you scared of the dark?’
Although it is considered a children’s show, Are you scared of the dark? was a 1990s horror anthology that aired on Nickelodeon and would often frighten children and adults.
Similar to The haunted hour and Goose bumps, the series told a new ghost story in every episode and was later rebooted by Nickelodeon in 2019 with an all-new cast to tell all-new spooky stories.
If you’re a fan of the 1980s slasher trilogy Child’s play and its many sequels, then you will love by Syfy new look at the evil killer doll.
Brad Douriff returned to voice everyone’s favorite murderous Good Guy, Chucky, in the titular series which follows a group of teenagers who must outsmart the killer duo Chucky and Tiffany in the first season of chucky, with the second season premiering on Syfy in October.
‘American Horror Story’
For 10 seasons, american horror story has been one of the scariest and most disturbing horror series on television thanks to the writer Ryan Murphy.
Featuring an ensemble cast including Evan Peters, Sarah Paulson,Emma Robertsand Jessica Lange, each season of the series is assigned a specific theme – like Murder House, Asylum, and Carnival – and is filled with all-new characters enduring all-new horror.
“Tales from the Crypt”
Anthologies are a popular theme in horrors, and back in the 90s, the Cryptkeeper was telling viewers all of their favorite scary stories in the HBO series Tales from the Crypt.
Aside from the scary stories and the wisecracking corpse, the show was known for a series of horribly special guest stars like John Stamos, Tom Hanks, Michael J. Foxand Arnold Schwarzenegger.
‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’
Long before Edward and Jacob, Sarah Michelle Gellar took on the role of vampire slayer Buffy Summers on The WBs supernatural series Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
This cross between Supernaturaland It’s so raven followed Buffy on her adventures to seek out and kill vampires and demons with a group of best friends by her side.
“The Haunting of Hill House”
Netflix is known for its horrors and thrillers, and in 2018 the streaming service aired the Mike Flanagan– mini-series produced The haunting of Hill House, and later spawned the spin-off The Haunting of Bly Manor.
The 10-episode show would travel back and forth between past and present as a family relives haunting memories of their former home and the supernatural forces that tore them from it, while its spin-off told the tale. of a live-in nanny. who is visited by spirits in his new home.
‘The Twilight Zone’
If you’ve ever ridden the spooky Tower of Terror attraction at Walt Disney World, you might be surprised to learn that the ride was the result of a hit TV show from the 1960s.
The twilight zone followed a psychiatric patient who often shares his dreams of an attack on Pearl Harbor and how he believes he travels through time during his dream state, but it’s only too late that his psychiatrist finally believes him.
If you’ve been somehow under a rock or lost in the Upside Down for the past six years and never looked strange things, then Netflix the series is the way to go this Halloween season.
Starring a cast of talented teens and well-known adult actors, Netflix’s four (and counting) seasons of stranger things tells the story of a superpowered girl who befriends a group of college kids and accidentally drags them into her mysterious supernatural mess.
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