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Halloween Costumes for 2020 Inspired by TV Shows and Pop Culture

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Halloween is going to look a bit different than in year’s prior, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun dressing up! 

2020 has been a year of pretty grim news, but the light amidst it all has been the TV shows and movies that have kept us entertained and captivated. 

We’ve put together a list of TV show Halloween costumes that may inspire you — from sleuthing detectives, to the most savvy robbers, to caped crusades. 

There’s something for every TV lover on this list! 

Don’t delay putting that costume together… you’ll regret it. Did we mention this year’s Halloween falls on a Saturday and a rare/spooky full/blue moon?

Check out our gallery of costumes now: 

Moira from Schitt's Creek

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Moira is the most iconic character on "Schitt's Creek," but you not only need to have the attitude but also the outfit if you want to bring her to life this Halloween. Anything black and edgy will work, make sure to invest in a proper wing, and throw on that red lipstick darling! If you have friends who are looking for a costume, may we suggest dressing up as the whole Rose crew?

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


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Lizzy Buczak is the founder of CraveYouTV. What started off as a silly blog in her sophomore year at Columbia College Chicago turned her passion for watching TV into an opportunity! She has been in charge of CraveYou since 2011, writing reviews and news content for a wide variety of shows. Lizzy is a Music Business and Journalism major who has written for RADIO.COM, TV Fanatic, Time Out Chicago, Innerview, Pop’stache and Family Time.

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WATCH: The Sanderson Sisters Rise Again in First Trailer for Disney+ Sequel ‘Hocus Pocus 2’

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WATCH: The Sanderson Sisters Rise Again in First Trailer for Disney+ Sequel 'Hocus Pocus 2'

They’re baaaaaaack!

Disney+ just dropped the first teaser trailer for the Hocus Pocus sequel titled Hocus Pocus 2

And while the cinematography has definitely improved over 29 years, some things never change as a new group of curious teens decides to play with fire and light the black flame candle. 

While they likely weren’t expecting the ground the crack in half beneath their feet, they must be prepared for the rise of the Sanderson sisters.

“Some legends never die,” the teaser notes as Winifred (Bette Midler), Mary (Kathy Najimy), and Sarah (Sarah Jessica Parker) emerge once again to wreak havoc on the town of Salem and eat the souls of children to restore their youth. Yep, Disney was that bold back then! 

“Lock up your children!” Winifred announces, adding, “Yes, Salem, we’re back!”

Hopefully, the new Binx (who is truly like “this again?!) can help them put those witches in their place once and for all! 

The trailer will put a spell on you, so beware!

The film arrives on Friday, Sept. 30 to kick off the spooky season!

It also stars Hannah Waddingham (Ted Lasso), Sam Richardson (Veep), Doug Jones (Star Trek: Discovery), Tony Hale (Veep), Whitney Peak (Gossip Girl), Belissa Escobedo (The Baker and the Beauty), Lilia Buckingham (Dirt) and Froylan Gutierrez (Cruel Summer).


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11 Best Spooky TV Shows That Are Perfect to Watch For Halloween

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11 Best Spooky Halloween TV Shows to watch 2021

With Halloween stretching the month of October, you might find yourself looking for a spooky show to add to your rotation. 

We’ve compiled a list of shows that will send a shiver down your spine on a breezy fall night. 

Just be sure to leave the night light on… you know, to scare away any bad spirits or witches. 

Nancy Drew – 2 Season, Season 3 premieres on October 15 (The CW)

When it comes to TV mysteries, no one does it better than Nancy Drew. The writers deliver compelling mysteries with unexpected twists while maintaining the integrity of the plot and developing well-rounded, relatable, and likable characters in the process. And the cheap thrills aren’t so bad either.

 

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina – 4 Seasons (Netflix)

Her name is Sabrina Spellman, and she is a half witch, half mortal trying to retain her human side while also learning all there is to know about her coven and the Dark Lord. This isn’t the teenage witch you remember, but it’s the one you’ll want to befriend.

 

Fear Street – a Film Trilogy Event (Netflix)

The three-parter, based on the writings of R.L. Stine, is set in three centuries: 1666, 1978, and 1994 and finds friends taking on evil forces after a series of slayings.

 

Scream – 3 Seasons (MTV and VHI)

Based on the 1996 slasher film of the same name, the anthology series revives a dangerous killer by the name of Ghostface. 

 

YOU – 2 Seasons, Season 3 premieres on October 15 (Netflix)

An obsessive stalker named Joe Goldberg sets his sights on his next muse (and victim)… you. The series explores how far he’s willing to go for love. 

 

 

Big Sky – 1 Season, Second Season Currently Airing (ABC)

Set in Montana, private detective Cassie Dewell and Jenny Hoyt investigate the kidnapping of three women along a remote highway, which brings them into the orbit of two very shady and manipulative men.

 

Dr. Death – 1 Season (Peacock)

Based on the hit podcast and inspired by the chilling true story of Dr. Christopher Duntsch, a charismatic doctor who opens up a neurosurgery practice in Texas. But things take a grisly turn when patients going in for routine spinal surgeries leave permanently disabled or dead. 

 

Perfect Strangers – 1 Season (Hulu)

Nicole Kidman stars in the series based on The New York Times best-selling book by Liane Moriarty (also the author of Big Little Lies!). Kidman stars as a retreat director who hopes to better nine strangers and transform their lives. 

 

Murders in the Building – 1 Season (Hulu)

Martin Short, Steve Martin, and Selena Gomez star as three true crime-obsessed strangers who find themselves piecing together the event of a murder mystery that occurs at their Upper West Side apartment buiding. 

 

I Know What You Did Last Summer – Premieres October 15 (Amazon Prime)

A remake of the classic 1997 teen slasher, a group of teenagers is stalked by a mysterious killer a year after they are involved in a fatal accident on the night of their graduation that they swear to keep a secret. 

 

Ghosts – Premieres October 7 (CBS)

Halloween doesn’t always have to be scary. The single-camera sitcom, adapted from the British one of the same name, finds Sam and Jay moving into a mansion left to her by her great aunt. After a brush with death, she begins seeing dead people aka the spirits trapped inside the home and must find a way to live in unison with them. 

 

Check out our other Halloween content: 

The Unofficial ‘Hocus Pocus’ Cookbook Will Put a Spell on You This Halloween

When Is Freeform Airing Its ’31 Nights of Halloween’?

All the Scary and Spooky TV Shows and Movies Hitting Netflix for Halloween

Disney+ Announces ‘Hallowstream’ Lineup – See the Full List of Movies and Shows

Where to Watch Horror Classics Like ‘Scream,’ ‘The Purge,’ and More Ahead of Halloween

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Hulu Kicks off ‘Huluween’: What to Stream this October

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Huluween: What to stream this October

It’s that time of year for scary classics to bring some fright, and Hulu’s got you covered with its annual Huluween event. Here’s what you can stream for the month of October.

Beginning today, October 1, Hulu will feature 18 brand new Halloween shorts, some scary and some ridiculous. You can expect to see familiar faces including Troian Bellisario (Pretty Little Liars), Eric Robers, and Yalitza Aparicio (Roma). And the shorts will provide a platform for up-and-coming filmmakers.

Aside from the new, you will be able to stream spooktacular classics, including Rocky Horror Picture Show, alongside some premieres for movies like Censor (premiering 10/14), The Evil Next Door (premiering 10/21), and Gaia (premiering 10/22).

Additionally, Hulu’s curated a library of handpicked TV episodes and movies like “Humorous Horror,” “Frights for the Whole Family,” “Terrifying TV,” “Foreign Frights,” and many more.

From Hulu’s Initiative 29, Black filmmaker Philip Youman’s short film Voodoo will be released on October 29.

And if you’re located in the Los Angeles area, you’ll be able to reserve a spot on Tuesday, October 5 for an exclusive Drive-in late-night screening on Saturday, October 9.

Happy October and happy streaming!

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