Top 10 best horror series of all time,
Horror is a difficult genre for TV series. The nature of weekly, sometimes daily, new episodes can drain most creative minds, making it challenging to continually deliver new episodes.

Topics in this list:

10. Kolchak and the Night Demons (Kolchak: The Night Stalker) - 1974-1975

9. American Gothic - 1995-1996

8. Night Gallery - 1970-1973

7. Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Buffy the vampire slayer) - 1997-2003

6. The Walking Dead - 2010

5. Supernatural - 2005

4. In The Flesh - 2013-2014

3. Tales From The Crypt - 1989-1996

2. American Horror Story - 2011

1. The Twilight Zone - 1959-1964


The series watched Darren McGavin as Carl Kolchak, a Chicago reporter who solved supernatural mysteries related to brutal murders. Despite its short duration, only 20 episodes, the series has gained fans who consider it a predecessor of research and science-fiction series, such as the X-Files (1993-2002).

9. AMERICAN GOTHIC - 1995-1996

This creepy suspense by Shaun Cassidy lasted only one season but was a big hit. One reason was Gary Cole's performance as Lucas Buck, the sheriff of little Trinity, South Carolina, whose reign of terror had supernatural supporters.

The main idea of ​​the plot had Lucas trying to gain control over his son, Caleb, going so far as to murder Caleb's half sister Merlyn. Local doctor Matt Crower and Caleb's cousin Gail highlighted Lucas's plans.

8. NIGHT GALLERY - 1970-1973

This series was the purest horror, missing a closing monologue from Sterling. In this series, he used an art gallery as a common basis for reproducing short stories. And it was as scary as it is clever, which stands firm to this day. A curiosity is that Steven Spielberg made his directorial debut with the first episode, where the star was Joan Crawford.


This series is classified in this selection in the horror category since the persistent theme is the fight of vampires , demons and other associated undead. It is certainly possible to reap the accolades that made the series a darling of the critic, intelligent, well-defined, clearly described, with so much action.

But the real point of view is Buffy herself, one of the first great TV heroines who had complexities and insecurities that made her far from one-dimensional. Also, the fight scenes dominated.


A midsummer blockbuster appearing as a weekly TV series, The Walking Dead offers the perfect combination of intense character drama, along with the good old bloody post apocalyptic zombie style. The series is starring Andrew Lincoln, who plays Rick Grimes, a deputy sheriff who wakes up from a coma and finds himself in a zombie-dominated post-apocalyptic world.


This series is still strong after 9 seasons with no plans to slow down. Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki star as brothers Winchester, Dean and Sam.

These accompany and destroy the minions of evil, make pacts with the devil, are sucked into hell, among other details. The series has built a diverse and rich mythology while always maintaining the relationship between the brothers.

4. IN THE FLESH - 2013-2014

This series takes the concept of zombies and transforms it into an intelligent, imaginative and convincing mode. Set in a small British town, the story follows teenager Kieran “Ren” Walker, one of thousands of those with “Patients with Partial Death Syndrome”, PDS. In other words, a zombie.

As a measure to end the zombies, the British government finds a cure in the form of one injection a day that lets them reintegrate into society. So now Ren and others must try to assimilate into the society that hates them, while being haunted by the memories of their times as angry meat eaters.

3. TALES FROM THE CRYPT - 1989-1996

In order to come out with an original level of violence, blood, language and sexuality, the episodes of this anthological series were only aired on closed channels. Crypt Tales is third in this selection of the top 10 horror series of all time.

And every conceivable star imaginable has also made appearances or directed one of 93 episodes, Tom Hanks, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Whoopi Goldberg, Demi Moore, Brad Pitt, and more. The opening credits are still some of the best ever.


Ryan Murphy's sophisticated show has independent seasons and a recurring troop of list A talent, Jessica Lange, Sarah Paulson, Zachary Quinto.

And with equally macabre and bizarre parts, the series is interesting and guarantees great scares, being second in this selection of the 10 best horror series of all time.

1. THE TWILIGHT ZONE - 1959-1964

Beyond Imagination is the leading position in this selection of the top 10 horror series of all time . The grandfather of the scary shows, Rod Serling's epic is the best kind of horror because it makes one think.

The episodes packed so much momentum that they entered the cultural vernacular of the people. And almost every episode remained with the audience after it was over.

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