AMC is constantly running Halloween movies. I love getting the chance to watch Stephen King movies, Halloween, Friday the 13th, Fun House, and more. And to top it off, “The Walking Dead” will return on October 14 at 9/8c with its third season.
Disney Channel tries to cover all age groups. For the little ones, don’t miss out on Halloween specials on Playhouse Disney. For the older kids, move on to “Good, Luck Charlie” and “A.N.T.S.” As for movies, don’t miss out on Disney Channel Original Movies or other great Halloween movies, such as Hocus Pocus, if you didn’t already catch it on ABC Family.
This year, ABC is stepping it up a bit for the little ones. Right before Halloween, watch “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!” with your kids. Don’t forget to catch Halloween episodes throughout the month of October for shows such as “Suburgatory,” “Modern Family,” and “Good Morning America.”
What’s one of the best parts about Halloween? The food, of course! This Halloween, the Food Network is dishing us up a delicious serving of “Halloween Wars,” a show about awesome Halloween creations that can be made with food. Be sure to catch all the other delicious shows on Food Network throughout the month of October.
Take a tour across the country with some spooky fun-filled shows on the Travel Channel. Be sure to catch “Making Monsters” and “The Dead Files” this Halloween. And while you’re at it, don’t forget to check out “Ghost Adventures.”
It’s that time of year again where you want to watch “Ghost Hunters.” What will you believe this time when you take haunted tours through creepy places in search of ghosts? SyFY will once again have plenty of their original movies and be airing many favorites, such as the Saw franchise.
A lot of people I’ve talked to haven’t really heard of this channel. Reason being, the channel used to be called Discovery Kids. This channel is perfect to watch all throughout October because it still airs episodes of “Goosebumps,” “R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour,” “Happy Days,” “Sabrina the Teenage Witch,” and many other favorites that are all perfect for showing Halloween-themed episodes. On Saturdays, from 4:00-6:00 pm Eastern Time, be sure to catch “Goosebumps” and “R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour” with your kids.
There is still so much Halloween programming to catch this year! Don’t forget to also check out Discovery Channel, the History Channel, NBC, TV Land, and Hallmark for more of your favorite Halloween shows, educational programming, and movies.