Halloween on TV
This is the time of year when all your favorite Halloween TV classics return to your television set. The most popular of them all being It's The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown. My personal favorite was always the Garfield Halloween special but they haven't shown that on TV in years. Today if you want to watch it you have to buy the Garfield Holiday compilation DVD which isn't a bad thing since it also comes with the Garfield Christmas and Thanksgiving specials.
If cartoons aren't your thing don't worry. Many of your favorite TV shows will feature one Halloween themed episode to help celebrate the holiday. Many networks will even broadcast Halloween themed movies and other specials so keep checking your local listings.
AMC has a tradition of showing horrow movies throughout the month of October in what they call AMC Fearfest. They have a great selection of new and older movie classics. I suggest you check out this years movie selection.
ABC Family Channel has it's yearly 13 days of Halloween starting every October 19th featuring family safe programming of Halloween movies and specials.
They usually have a good selection of movies that take you all the way up to Halloween night. Just go to the ABC Family Channel website and see what they got on the schedule.
Head over to HGTV and the Travel Channel if you love watching real life scary haunted houses, Halloween home decorations and Halloween relaetd travel destinations.
HGTV usually has Halloween themed programming sprinkled throughout the entire month. They also present the viewers with ideas for decorating their own homes. If you need some inspiration for your own, check out HGTV.
One of my favorite TV destinations every October is the Travel Channel. Every year they do an aweome job of going around the country and finding the scariest and most frightening Halloween destinations in the country. Everything from theme parks and haunted attractions to outrageously decorated homes are featured in their Halloween themed programming. Check out the Travel Channel website to see what's on schedule for this year.
So no matter what type of Halloween TV programming you prefer to watch you are bound to find something this October on your set that will frighten and entertain you this Halloween season.