Top 10 Horror TV Shows of All Time

Horror TV Shows of All Time:

The Horror genre has been a fan-favorite since decades. People love the thrill and the excitement, which the horror TV shows are full of. The sense of terror that these shows can inflict is insurmountable. These shows have redefined the Horror genre in the industry.

#10: Goosebumps (1995-1998) 

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The majority of us remember this show from our childhood as we used to watch this show right after getting back from school. Goosebumps were scary enough to scar kids for life. For grown-ups, the show is straight-up funny, but we still love it on account of nostalgia. The show was full of mystery and suspense and we will never forget it.

#9: Bates Motel (2013-2017) 


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Vera Farmiga’s love with the horror genre is intense and we are glad for that as she is perfect for the horror genre. Bates Motel is the contemporary prequel of the movie Psycho which displays the early relationship between Norman Bates and his mother. The show is very unsettling and scary. It does not tarnish the image of the original movie at all.

#8: Penny Dreadful (2014-2016)

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The production quality of this show is top-notch as we get to see the beautiful Victorian-era London. This show takes the most gruesome aspects of the most famous stories and presents them in the most spectacular fashion. Penny Dreadful is gritty, gory and dark. The show will not waste any time in getting real.

#7: The Haunting of Hill House (2018-)

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The Haunting of Hill House is a super creepy horror show that revolves around a family and their childhood home. The show is perfectly written and directed. Horror shows are plagued with plot-holes and inconsistencies but not this show. The show is set in different timelines and manages to maintain a coherent flow throughout.

#6: It (1990)

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The fear of clowns became a widespread occurrence after this show came out. ‘It’ is an amazing adaptation of Stephen King’s work and does not rely on cheap thrills or CGI to scare people. This miniseries terrified an entire generation. We do not know how Stephen King gets his ideas, and after watching this, we think we are better off without knowing.

#5: Stranger Things (2016-)

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Stranger Things is a rare show that can hook you in from the first scene. Everything in this show seems perfect, the setting, the acting, and the direction. The show is a homage to all the classic 80s movies. You should definitely check this show out and we guarantee that you won’t regret it.

#4: The Walking Dead (2010-)

The Walking Dead is one of the most iconic Zombie TV shows of all time. The show features a world where zombies have taken over. The ratings of the show stumbled a bit in between but now it is back to how it was before season 7. This show proves that even in a Zombie Apocalypse, humans would be the most dangerous creatures.

#3: The Twilight Zone (1959 – 1964)

This show gave birth to the modern horror genre that we all know and love. It set the benchmark by showcasing stories that were way ahead of its time. The Twilight Zone showed many creepy and thought-provoking horror tales. This show is an all-time classic that has redefined the horror genre.

#2: American Horror Story (2011-)

American Horror Story is an anthology horror series that has one of the most dedicated fanbases of all time. Each season has a different horror theme which is just terrifying. This show has the capacity to give you sleepless nights. Each season feels like a different show and this freshness is what makes it so awesome.

#1: Supernatural (2005-)

This show is a dream come true for anyone who is a fan of the horror genre. It has been on the air for 15 years and it has managed to get a cult fan following. The Winchester brothers are awesome characters that you cannot hate no matter what. The show explores many urban legends which are very interesting to watch.

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