TV Fans beware -- Vampires, zombies, murderers, and haunted houses lie ahead! If you’re in the mood for something on the scarier side, check out the most watched current(ish) horror and supernatural series amongst TV Time users, and find a show to sink your teeth into!
A student joins a secret society in the heart of Amsterdam, but soon realizes she's entered a demonic place...
June’s Italian supernatural drama follows teenage twins who must reckon with their family’s shadowy legacy.
M. Night Shyamalan brings horror to Apple TV+ with the tale of a Philadelphia couple recovering from tragedy, ultimately bringing a mysterious force into the home.
A group of kids discover the dark truth about their seemingly perfect orphanage.
16. The Purge
The anthology series based on The Purge film franchise revolves around the twelve-hour period when all crime is legal in an altered United States.
Netflix and BBC One bring new tales of the Count Dracula legend that “flesh out the vampire’s gory crimes.”
Still waiting on Season 2 … The first installment of the Netflix anthology series follows five siblings whose paranormal experiences at their childhood home of Hill House continue to haunt them in their everyday lives.
13. V Wars
Former Vampire Diaries vamp, Ian Somerhalder, stars as scientist Dr. Luther Swan, who attempts to stop a mysterious virus that leaves his best friend feeding on human blood. (V Wars was cancelled in March of this year.)
12. October Faction
Yet another supernatural series that got the chop from Netflix … Based on the comic series, October Faction follows a couple of semi-retired monster hunters who discover dark secrets in their hometown.
The horror-comedy inspired by the film of the same name follows the nightly lives of three vampires who have been roommates for over 100 years -- mockumentary style.
When a King becomes ill, the prince becomes the kingdom’s only hope against a mysterious plaque overtaking their land.
9. Van Helsing
The daughter of a famous vampire hunter is resurrected to find that vampires have taken over the world and that she possesses a power over them.
TWD spin-off goes to Los Angeles where two families band together to survive the undead apocalypse.
Netflix’s popular anime series follows a vampire hunter who fights to save a city from otherworldly creatures under Dracula’s control.
6. The Order
When a college freshman joins secret society, The Order, he is thrust into a world of magic, monsters, and intrigue.
Anthology series and FX favorite, American Horror Story, dives into scary stories involving different characters and locations including: a witch coven, a haunted hotel, a 1950’s freak show and most recently, an ‘80s summer camp.
When a young boy goes missing, his friends, family, and a police chief band together to confront strange supernatural forces to bring him home. (It’s been a little over a year since the show’s third season debuted, and it’s still the fourth most-watched horror/supernatural series!)
3. Locke & Key
February’s fantasy-horror brings the Locke family to their ancestral home where the children discover magical keys that may be connected to their late father.
Boss witch Sabrina Spellman navigates her teenage years, splitting time between the witch world and the human world.
It’s been ten seasons since Sheriff Rick Grimes woke up from his coma and found himself in a zombie apocalypse, but the AMC series remains the No. 1 most-watched horror series in TV Time!
*The “Most Watched Horror & Supernatural Series” is based on episodes tracked in the horror genre from 1/1/20-7/6/20. The list omits series that ended prior to 2020.