Zombies are taking over TV in AMC's horror series based on the original comic books.
The spinoff from Pretty Little Liars has more a supernatural vibe, and the creepiness comes in truckloads.
Witches, voodoo and New Orleans!
The girls may be pretty, but the lies are deadly.
The Vampire Diaries spinoff set in New Orleans is full of scares courtesy of vampires, witches and werewolves!
Netflix's series from horror filmmaker Eli Roth (Hostel) tells the story of a town willing to do anything to keep its secrets.
The MTV show took a classic film and turned it into a truly scary series about werewolves roaming the world.
NBC's take on The Silence of the Lambs is equal parts creepy as it is gross.
A&E's Psycho prequel is just as creepy as the classic movie, but with new twists that crank up the scare factor.
The CBS miniseries comes from horror mastermind Stephen King, so of course it's on our list!
Like the Scooby-Doo gang, fake psychic detective Shawn (James Roday) and his trusty sidekick, Gus (Dulé Hill) always find a logical way—and a choice '80s reference—to explain supernatural events. Their horror-themed episodes—inclulding tributes to The Exorcist, The Shining, American Werewolf in London, Twin Peaks along with ghosts, vampires and UFOs—are always deliciously spooky.
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Grandma-eating wolves. Cannibal spinsters who kidnap and cook children. These are the "fairy tales" told by the Brothers Grimm—no wonder we had nightmares as kids!—and reimagined by NBC's new fantasy crime procedural.
The immortal Stefan Salvatore and his sinister sibling are scary sexy—satisfying our bloodlust every Thursday night. Thank you, CW!
NBC's retelling of the classic tale has Jonathan Rhys Meyers portraying the iconic character.
What started as a lighthearted classic-rock reunion romp between two estranged brothers progressed to timeshares in hell and sibling sacrifice, but the broody Winchester brothers still manage to scare up a good time.
Vampires, werewolves and ghosts, oh my! Although these supernatural roommates struggle to fit into normal society, they can't deny their baser instincts. Which makes for a lot of blood draining, moonlight midnight snacks and haunting. Boo!
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The darkest, creepiest and most unsettling tale about a mental institution ever.
You won't find any Twi-lite Cullens and Salvatores in this hard-core (vampires, werewolves, witches, orgies, oh my!) bloodbath. The show delivers the "Bad Things" promised by its opening title sequence—and the hottest vamps this side of the Mississippi.
Welcome to the Monster Mash! The creatures in the Syfy fantasy being studied and protected by a paranormal Scooby gang aren't necessarily the big bads. The Sylar-like John Druitt (Christopher Heyerdahl, aka Twilight's equally evil Marcus) is the real threat.
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