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Oct 01, 2021 · Throughout the month, leading up to Halloween, many networks air our favorite scary shows, specials and movies — from hardcore horror to family-friendly frights. We've put together a guide with the full lineup of this year's Halloween TV listings. Reruns of our favorite episodes and specials can be seen on a variety of channels including the major networks, Freeform, Disney Channel, AMC and Syfy Network, MeTV and more.
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4 days ago · To celebrate the show's premiere on Oct. 12, 2021, join Wonderwall.com as we run through the scariest shows to frighten all TV fans… RELATED: Best horror movie franchises of all time
- 24. The ticking clock of 24 was one of the most iconic sounds of TV in the 2000s, as the show raised the tension level of network TV dramas to new heights.
- All in the Family. Norman Lear is the master of the American sitcom, and All in the Family may just be his most popular and influential work. All in the Family followed the working class Bunker family, particularly Archie Bunker, the head of the family.
- Anthony Bourdain: A Cook’s Tour. Anthony Bourdain was one of the most popular celebrity chefs in the world, mostly for his CNN original series, Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown.
- Bates Motel. For more than 60 years, Psycho and its killer Norman Bates have been terrifying people. So in 2013, inspired by Alfred Hitchcock’s film, A+E debuted Bates Motel, a contemporary prequel that pulls the curtain back on Norman Bates and the troubling relationship with his mother.
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- 30 Rock. One of the best network comedies of all time has moved over to Amazon Prime so you can relive the glory days of Liz Lemon, Jack Donaghy, and the rest of the gang at 30 Rockefeller Center.
- Alias. Who could have guessed that this ABC spy drama would have such an impact on the industry? It really launched not just Jennifer Garner but J.J. Abrams and a little supporting actor named Bradley Cooper.
- The Americans. There’s a nice array of FX programming on Amazon Prime, and this is arguably the network’s best program in its esteemed history. Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys star as Russian spies living like normal ’80s suburbanites, but what first seemed like a straightforward espionage thriller became a rich, nuanced commentary on family and trust.
- American Horror Story. The multiple seasons of FX’s hit show have been a rollercoaster in terms of quality but just strap in and enjoy the ride. The latest outing (Apocalypse) isn’t quite on here yet but should be before the newest iteration (1984) premieres in September.
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- The 4400. Back in the ‘00s, the USA Network would occasionally take risks that resulted in interesting genre television. The premise here is a great hook—you know all the people who disappeared without a trace over the decades of American history?
- Altered Carbon. Cyberpunk has never been cooler on TV than in this two-season wonder from Netflix’s original series department. Joel Kinnaman carries the first season of the story of a universe in which people can wear bodies like putting a new suit, and then he passes the twisted baton to Anthony Mackie for season two.
- American Crime Story. Both iterations of Ryan Murphy’s hit crime anthology series — The People vs. OJ Simpson and The Assassination of Gianni Versace — are available on Netflix.
- American Horror Story. The multiple seasons of FX’s hit show have been a rollercoaster in terms of quality but just strap in and enjoy the ride. The latest outing (Apocalypse) isn’t quite on here yet but should be before the newest iteration premieres.
- Ted Lasso - season 2 finale (12 a.m., Apple TV Plus) Madame X - special (3 a.m., Paramount Plus) Muppets Haunted Mansion - movie (3 a.m., Disney Plus) Pretty Smart - season 1 premiere (3 a.m., Netflix)
- The Baby-Sitters Club - complete season 2 (3 a.m., Netflix) TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12. House of Payne - season 8 fall premiere (8 p.m., BET) Chucky: Death by Misadventure - season 1 premiere (10 p.m., Syfy)
- Dopesick - season 1 premiere (12 a.m., Hulu) Batwoman - season 2 premiere (9 p.m., The CW) The Sinner - season 4 premiere (10 p.m., USA) THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14.
- I Know What You Did Last Summer - season 1 premiere (12 a.m., Amazon Prime Video)