Halloween weekend isn’t over yet! A post-Halloween Sunday is the perfect time to enjoy some overtime spooky streaming. Lots of great suggestions on this list from Vulture.
When people think about TV horror, they probably think of the zombies of The Walking Dead or an old episode of an anthology series like The Twilight Zone or Tales From the Crypt that haunted their dreams — or, lately, Netflix’s very scary The Haunting of Bly Manor. The truth is that horror has been a reliable part of the TV landscape for generations, and it’s a remarkably diverse genre.
Trimming this list down to thirty was difficult: There are truly terrifying episodes of Dexter, The Outer Limits, Fringe, and others that just barely missed the cut, and you could put together an entire separate list from the very best of Rod Serling’s groundbreaking masterpiece. With that in mind, here are the scariest ones to make our cut — the 40 best TV episodes to watch when you’re looking for a truly chilling scare.
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