Syfy is celebrating its 10th Anniversary of 31 Days of Halloween with a lineup of chilling original programming – including a six-night event, Channel Zero: The Dream Door.
The network will also feature five new movies starring stars from Riverdale, The Bold Type, Wynonna Earp, Charmed and The Magicians and Syfy Original Series Van Helsing and Z Nation will premiere in the first week of October.
Syfy’s annual 31 Days of Halloween will take over the month of October with 600 hours of bloodcurdling programming including four scary new Syfy Original movies: Night of the Wild, Ominous, They Found Hell and The Hollow.
Adding to the fun will be holiday-themed episodes of Ghost Hunters and Paranormal Witness along with such cult faves as Blade II; Underworld; The Fog; Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning; Cabin In The Woods; The Omen (2006); The Last Exorcism; Fright Night (2011); Hostel and Silent Hill: Revelation – not to mention fresh meat, like I Am Legend, Orphan to Insidious: Chapter 2 and new episodes of Z Nation, Dominion and Haven.
Tales of the paranormal and Zombie tales never fail to draw an audience – which may be why Syfy’s annual 31 Days of Halloween feature the 200th episode of Ghost Hunters (pictured) and the premiere of new docuseries (that’s right – docuseries) Town of the Living Dead.
The Town of the Living Dead is Jasper, Alabama – a town that has been working on a zombie movie for six years. Will they overcome the obstacles in their path and get their movie made? Will it ever appear on Syfy? Town of the Living Dead premieres on Tuesday, October 7th (10/9C).
Along with the 200th episode of Ghost Hunters (series returns Wednesday, October 8th, 9/8C; 200th Ep, October 22), three new Syfy Original movies will premiere during October: Dead Haul (Saturday, October 4, 9/8C), Dead Still (Monday, October 6, 9/8C), and Finders Keepers (Saturday, October 18, 9/8C). New eps of original series Z Nation will continue and the network will also feature Shutter (October 5) and the re-make of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (October 11). Follow the jump for details.