Halloween is just in a few weeks and with the COVID19 pandemic, we’re sure you’re going to be stuck home. So,we decided to give you an update of upcoming shows lost that we’ve included a mix of horror, true crime, kid-friendly content, and more.
Here’s a round-up of the popular live-tv streaming service, Philo’s upcoming premieres, just in time for Halloween.
Investigation Discovery’s newest series, Suspicious Minds , is sure to be devilishly good. Watch as suspicion and doubt cloud the perceptions of everyone involved in a murder mystery. Catch the first episode, “Chi-Town Gossip,” premiering tonight at 9/8c.
From the producers of Dora The Explorer comes an all-new interactive, animated series. Set sail with Nick Jr.’s Santiago of the Seas premiering this Friday, Oct. 9th at 12:30/11:30c. Preschoolers can follow 8-year-old Santiago Montes, a brave and kind-hearted pirate, and his loyal crew as they embark on new adventures weekly in a fantastical Caribbean world.
Counting down the days until Halloween? Give yourself a fright this spooky season and watch the classic slasher movie, Friday the 13th , now streaming on AMC. Director Sean S. Cunningham takes us back to where it all began. A group of fresh-faced counselors decide to re-open Camp Crystal Lake despite its murderous history. Watch as they struggle to stay alive while fighting against their merciless opponent, Jason Vorhees.
Take a deep dive into all things horror with Eli Roth’s History of Horror , returning to AMC this Saturday, October 10 at 10/9c. Join Eli and other masters of horror as they explore the genre’s biggest themes; how it has evolved through the years; and its impact on society.
Fear The Walking Dead makes its triumphant return! Season six kicks off with a fatally wounded Morgan fighting for his life while his crew is left to deal with the fallout of his choices. Will they survive the unforeseen chaos that lies ahead? Watch AMC’s gritty TWD prequel, airing this Sunday, October 11th at 9/8c, then stick around for episode two of The Walking Dead: The World Beyond at 10/9c. Missed the premiere last week? No problem, you can stream the first episode on-demand now.
The wait is over. Part 2 of The Spanish Princess returns to STARZ on Sunday, October 11. Tune into the rich tale of British royal history told through the lens of teenage Catherine of Aragon, the strong-willed Princess of Spain and first wife of King Henry VII. Please note: STARZ is an add-on channel for Philo. New customers can start a 7-day free trial and subscribe at philo.com to begin watching within seconds. Existing Philo subscribers can also add these premium offerings at philo.com for $9/mo.
Love heart-stopping animal encounters and harrowing pursuits? It’s all-hands-on-deck for the Conservation Officers of New Hampshire Fish and Game this season. Watch the premiere of North Woods Law this Sunday, October 11th at 8/7c on Animal Planet.
Christina and Tarek are back—transforming horrendous properties into the hottest homes on the block. Tune in to Flip or Flop , premiering Thursday, October 15th at 9/8c on HGTV to see this season’s most ridiculous reno’s and gorgeous final reveals.
Paranormal sightings are on the rise which means things are about to get even spookier this fall. Join Jason Hawes, Steve Gonsalves, and Dave Tangoas as they hunt for ghosts and investigate paranormal phenomena. Watch all-new episodes of Ghost Nation airing Saturday, October 17th on Travel Channel.
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