Freeform’s “13 Nights of Halloween” Lineup Is Here to Scare You Silly
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Freeform’s “13 Nights of Halloween” Lineup Is Here to Scare You Silly

When it comes to Halloween, the only thing we love as much as getting dressed up is binge-watching our favorite spooktacular movies. This year, Freeform, AKA the network formerly known as ABC and the creators of the epic annual 25 Days of Christmas marathon, is making all of our dreams come true with an epic lineup of 28 “fiendish delights” that make up its “terrifying 13 Nights of Halloween.”

Read on to find out everything you can expect to see come October 19, when the network begins its countdown to the big day (think classics such as Hocus Pocus and The Addams Family, as well as modern-day staples, like Twilight), as well as our top picks for each night of fright! 

Thursday, October 19

The lineup kicks off with with not one, but two features starring your favorite death-obsessed clan, with 1991’s The Addams Family and 1993’s Addams Family Values both on the docket. (Photo via The Addams Family/Paramount Pictures)

7am/6c: Last Man Standing

7:30am/6:30c: Spooky Buddies

11am/10c: The Middle

11:30am/10:30c: The Middle

12pm/11c: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2

2:35pm/1:35c: The Haunted Mansion

4:40pm/3:40c: The Addams Family

6:45pm/5:45c: Addams Family Values

8:50pm/7:50c: Hocus Pocus

12am/11c: ParaNorman

Friday, October 20

Catch one of the most terrifying undertakings between ghoulish dream team Tim Burton and Johnny Depp ever with 1999’s Sleepy Hollow, also starring Christina Ricci. (Photo via Sleepy Hollow/Paramount Pictures)

7am/6c: The Sorcerer’s Apprentice

11am/10c: The Middle

11:30am/10:30c: The Middle

12pm/11c: The Haunted Mansion

2:10pm/1:10c: The Addams Family

4:15pm/3:15c: Addams Family Values

6:20pm/5:20c: Hocus Pocus

8:30pm/7:30c: Sleepy Hollow

12am/11c: The Sorcerer’s Apprentice

Saturday, October 21

In yet another Depp-Burton team-up, Edward Scissorhands is here to get you into the Halloween spirit — and beyond. (Photo via Edward Scissorhands/20th Century Fox)

7am/6c: Edward Scissorhands

9:30am/8:30c: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2

12:30pm/11:30c: Fun Size

2:35pm/1:35c: Matilda

4:40pm/3:40c: Sleepy Hollow

7:10pm/6:10c: The Addams Family

9:15pm/8:15c: Addams Family Values

11:25pm/10:25c: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Sunday, October 22

While we’d gladly settle down for a full marathon of the beloved HP series, the final installment of the series certainly fits the bill as its darkest. RIP, Fred Weasley! (Photo via Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2/Warner Bros)

7am/6c: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2

10:05am/9:05c: Matilda

12:10pm/11:10c: Hocus Pocus 

2:20pm/1:20c: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

5pm/4c: The Addams Family

7:05pm/6:05: Addams Family Values

9:15pm/8:15c: Hocus Pocus

11:25pm/10:25c: Alice in Wonderland (2010)

Monday, October 23

Kick off your afternoon with Frankenweenie, the adorable pup that’s brought back to life with lightning and a little help from some mad science (and one of Burton’s cutest creations), then sit back and pass the day with a marathon of the dark director’s greatest hits, including his pièce de résistanceThe Nightmare Before Christmas. Hoorah! (Photo via The Nightmare Before Christmas/Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)

7am/6c: Last Man Standing

7:30am/6:30c: Frankenweenie

11am/10c: Edward Scissorhands

1:35pm/12:35c: Alice in Wonderland

4:10pm/3:10c: Dark Shadows

6:50pm/4:50c: Sleepy Hollow

9:20pm/8:20c: The Nightmare Before Christmas

12am/11c: Frankenweenie

Tuesday, October 24

Long before the Sanderson sisters were a thing, there was everyone’s favorite teen witch, Louise Miller. Trust us when we say, this one’s worth staying up for, if only for the hilariously cheesy ’80s “Top That” rap. (Photo via Trans World Entertainment)

7am/6c: Edward Scissorhands

11am/10c: Fun Size

1pm/12c: The Haunted Mansion

3pm/2c: The Nightmare Before Christmas

4:40pm/3:40c: The Addams Family

6:45pm/5:45c: Addams Family Values

8:50pm/7:50c: Hocus Pocus

12am/11c: Teen Witch

Wednesday, October 25

No matter if you’re Team Jacob or Team Edward, we can ALL agree that watching Twilight will forever be a (guilty) pleasure, so sink your teeth (pun intended) into the cult classic with verve! (Photo via Twilight/Summit Entertainment)



7am/6c: Last Man Standing

7:30am/6:30c: Teen Witch

11am/10c: The Middle

11:30am/10:30c: The Middle

11:30am/10:30c: Twilight

2:25pm/1:25c: The Addams Family

4:30pm/3:30c: Addams Family Values

6:35pm/5:35c: Hocus Pocus

8:45pm/7:45c: Men in Black

12am/11c: Bewitched

Thursday, October 26

The remake of the 1960s classic TV series of the same name, Bewitched, didn’t get nearly as much recognition as it deserved when it was turned into a flick starring Nicole Kidman and Will Ferrell. Now’s the time to give it a second chance! (Photo via Bewitched/Columbia Pictures)

7am/6c: Last Man Standing: Halloween Special

7:30am/6:30c: R.L. Stine’s Monsterville: Cabinet of Souls

11am/10c: The Middle

11:30am/10:30c: The Middle

11:30am/10:30c: Bewitched

1:30pm/12:30c: The Haunted Mansion

3:35pm/2:35: Sleepy Hollow

6:05pm/5:05c: Men in Black

8:20pm/7:20c: Dark Shadows

12am/11c: The Haunted Mansion

Friday, October 27

Men in Black may not be the first thing you think of when picking Halloween-worthy flicks, but consider this: It has Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones fighting aliens, plus LOTS of humor. Really, how can you go wrong? (Photo via Men in Black/Columbia Pictures)

7am/6c: Dark Shadows

11am/10c: The Middle

11:30am/10:30c: The Middle

12pm/11c: Sleepy Hollow

2:25pm/1:25c: Hocus Pocus

4:35pm/3:35c: Men in Black

6:50pm/5:50c: The Addams Family

8:55pm/7:55c: Addams Family Values

12am/11c: Hocus Pocus

Saturday, October 28

We really didn’t need an excuse to watch anything from the Disney Pixar family, but as we draw nearer to October 31, we’ll gladly take this opportunity to catch a double feature of Monsters, Inc. and Monsters University. (Photo via Monsters, Inc./Disney Pixar)

7am/6c: Spooky Buddies

9:05am/8:05c: R.L. Stine’s Monsterville: Cabinet of Souls

11:10am/10:10c: The Addams Family

1:20pm/12:20c: Addams Family Values

3:30pm/2:30c: The Nightmare Before Christmas

5:10pm/4:10c: Hocus Pocus

7:20pm/6:20c: Disney Pixar’s Monsters, Inc.

9:25pm/8:25c: Disney Pixar’s Monsters University

11:55pm/10:55c: ParaNorman

Sunday, October 29

ParaNorman may not be as well known as other animated Halloween staples, but with young Norman Babcock’s ability to talk to the dead, it’s definitely worthy of a watch. (Photo via ParaNorman/Laika)

7am/6c: R.L. Stine’s Monsterville: Cabinet of Souls

9:10am/8:10c: ParaNorman

11:20am/10:20c: The Nightmare Before Christmas

1pm/12c: Hook

4:15pm/3:15c: Disney Pixar’s Toy Story of TERROR!

4:45pm/3:45c: Hocus Pocus

6:55pm/5:55c: Disney Pixar’s Monsters, Inc.

9pm/8c: Disney Pixar’s Monsters University

11:30pm/10:30c: Disney Pixar’s Toy Story of TERROR!

12am/11c: Frankenweenie

Monday, October 30

With just one day to go, there’s absolutely no resisting a final team-up between Johnny Depp, Tim Burton, and Helena Bonham Carter with Dark Shadows. This is the final stretch, people — let’s make it count! (Photo via Dark Shadows/Warner Bros. Pictures)

7am/6c: Sleepy Hollow

11am/10c: The Middle

11:30am/10:30c: The Middle

11:30am/10:30c: Dark Shadows

2pm/1c: Sleepy Hollow

4:30pm/3:30c: The Addams Family

6:40pm/5:40c: Addams Family Values

8:50pm/7:50c: Hocus Pocus

12am/11c: Hocus Pocus

Tuesday, October 31



If you’ve made it this long without watching Hocus Pocus, we salute you! So go on, enjoy the cult classic now with a triple marathon of witchy proportions! (Photo via Hocus Pocus/Disney)

7am/6c: Last Man Standing

7:30am/6:30c: Hocus Pocus

11am/10c: The Middle

11:30am/10:30c: The Middle

12pm/11c – 11pm/10c: Hocus Pocus Marathon

What’s you’re fave Halloween flick? Tweet us @BritandCo.

(Photo via Hocus Pocus/Disney)