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Shows to Watch (or Re-watch) for Fall


Gilmore Girls

This show, of course, is a standard fall show. With the town of Stars Hollow as the backdrop, this show is sure to make you feel ready for fall.


Stranger Things

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This show is more of a horror show, but the first and second season feel like Halloween and fall. With a thrilling plot and complex characters, this show is the perfect rewatch for the fall season.


Sabrina the Teenage Witch

Starring Melissa Joan Hart as Sabrina, this classic show brings in the nostalgia to mix with the fall and spooky feeling. The shenanigans of a teenage witch are entertaining indeed.


What We Do In The Shadows

An inherently queer show, the vampire element makes it perfect for spooky season. 


The Twilight Zone

A classic, this show is existential and sure to give the viewer a feeling they can’t quite shake. This is a fantastic show for the Halloween mood.


Gravity Falls

If you have younger siblings or you’re more likely to enjoy animated shows, Gravity Falls is a fantastic show for the fall. While it takes place during the summer, the plot and the content are very spooky-oriented. 


Scooby Doo

Much like Gravity Falls, Scooby Doo is an animated series, a classic. There are many different variations of Scooby Doo, so any version would be a great watch for the Halloween season.



There is a modern remake of this early 2000s show, but both are perfect for the Halloween season, because the show follows a family of witches through their adventures.


American Horror Story

Definitely a horror show, hence the name, this show is sure to get you ready for Halloween, scaring you just as much as you enjoy it. 


Any of these shows would be the perfect watch for fall, because of the themes of the show. Settle down with a pumpkin-flavored drink and switch on the TV!

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