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Spooky Scares Halloween Streaming Events in October 2022

The spooky season has arrived. And along with pumpkin-spiced lattes, there’s Halloween entertainment from the most popular streaming services. The 2022 lineup is packed with old classics and new Halloween originals.


Hulu, Netflix, Disney+, Peacock, and Discovery+ all offer a curated collection of Fall and Halloween content for 2022.


Huluween is a long-standing tradition of the streaming platform Hulu. Huluween 2022 continues this tradition for the months of September and October.

In addition to classic spooky X-Files episodes, Hulu offers a plethora of haunting horror movies like Oculus.

Unique to the streaming platform, Hulu has created Haunted Screens. These looping screensavers for your TV play spooky music alongside a spooky display, making them the perfect choice for a Halloween ambiance!

If you’re not a fan of their scary sounds, you can always combine them with a scary Spotify playlist.

For the kids who want treats instead of tricks, Hulu offers original content like Madagascar in the Wild: A Fang-tastic Halloween.

You can find Hulu’s Huluween deals by typing Huluween into your app’s search bar.

Discovery+ joins other streaming powerhouses in curating a collection of spooky fall favorites. The 2022 Ghostober primarily produces reality TV episodes of spooky favorites like Paranormal Caught on Camera and the ever-popular Ghost Adventures.

Haunted Scotland will premiere on the platform on September 23, 2022 to play alongside holiday favorites like the Halloween Baking Championship.

Discovery’s most anticipated premiere of the season, The Haunted Museum: 3 Ring Inferno, will be released on Halloween night.

Select the Ghostober Collection in your Discovery+ app to access over 55 hours of Halloween content!

Netflix is ​​providing its members with streams and screams of old favorites and new content tailored for Halloween on its platform this Halloween season.

Classic Halloween favorites like Goosebumps and the Netflix Original Hubie Halloween are available to watch.

Stranger Things actor Priah Furgeson stars in a new Netflix original movie, The Curse of Bridge Hollow, set to bring laughs and Halloween cheer to subscribers in mid-October.

Wednesday, the Addams family series, which is in production to become a Netflix Original, is still slated for a fall 2022 release, with a specific date yet to be determined.

For Halloween content curated by Netflix, visit the 2022, Streams and Screams collections page.

One of the most anticipated Halloween releases, Hocus Pocus 2 is making its debut as part of Disney’s 2022 Hallowstream. This long-awaited sequel to the cult classic Hocus Pocus will be available to Disney+ subscribers on September 30, 2022.

Marvel fans may have a popular Halloween premiere on Disney+ on October 7th with the release of Marvel Studios’ Werewolf by Night.

In addition, Hallowstream offers viewers a plethora of old classic Halloween movies like The Nightmare Before Christmas, Halloweentown, and Halloween episodes from many popular children’s television shows.

Subscribers can access this curated list of Halloween favorites on Disney+ by selecting the Halloween Collection under the “Have some time” tab.

Peacock’s main release for the 2022 Halloween season comes in the form of a horror film. The Halloween film saga concludes this October on Peacock with the simultaneous theatrical and streaming release of Halloween Ends.

The Halloween movies have been a classic for horror fans for years, and this highly anticipated ending to the saga has many waiting for October 14th.

While you enjoy the horror movie release of the year, distract your kids with Halloween themed educational apps for kids.

Check out the Peacocktober page for other Halloween favorites ready to stream now, like Peacock’s original series, The Girl in the Woods.

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Ready for a good scare?

With many streaming platforms offering curated Halloween content and new spooky premieres this fall, you won’t be short of spooky entertainment to give you goosebumps on October 31st.

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