Drama, Fantasy, Horror: Strange sightings. Government secrets. Fearless kids. And a dark force that turns a small town upside down.
Drama, Fantasy, Horror: Sam and Dean Winchester continue to travel the country, battling the supernatural—changelings, cursed objects, vampires, witches, malevolent spirits, even a very un-merry Anti-Claus—wherever they go. Dean's clock is ticking, with Hell awaiting him in less than a year's time. And Sam still faces the fallout of a slain demon's plan to make him the leader of the gathering demonic army.
Drama, Fantasy, Horror: Unwillingly driven into a mystical world, he's compelled to investigate the supernatural to make sense of the incomprehensible.
Drama, Fantasy, Horror: Long ago they built a city. Now they want it back. But it's not so simple -- even for vampires, werewolves and witches.
Drama, Fantasy, Horror: One good, another evil. Two vampire brothers obsess over a teen mortal. But her secret lies in their past.
Crime, Drama, Horror: The dark and haunting series "Hannibal" returns for a third season, revealing the fates of characters hanging in the balance, and the continuing psychological cat-and-mouse games they face.
Drama, Horror, Mystery: A murder house. An insane asylum. Supernatural fears and everyday horrors exist around every corner.
Drama, Horror, Mystery: Welcome to a perfectly splendid estate filled with the forbidden — and the damned, caught in the icy grip of rage.
Drama, Horror, Mystery: Darkness. Dysfunction. Grief -- and so many ghosts. Some houses aren't meant to be lived in.
Drama, Fantasy, Horror: A family in need of a fresh start. A mysterious old manor. With the turn of a key, they'll open doors to a magical – and dangerous – new world.
Drama, Horror, Mystery: From M. Night Shyamalan, Servant follows a Philadelphia couple in mourning after an unspeakable tragedy creates a rift in their marriage and opens the door for a mysterious force to enter their home.
Action, Drama, Horror: His father’s fate is unknown. As the king's son, he must fight a ruthless young queen, her machinating family and a new deadly threat.
Animated, Crime, Drama: A genius begins a crusade involving a notebook capable of murder. But delusions of grandeur can be deadly.
Adventure, Drama, History: Haunting, suspenseful and based on true events, The Terror centers on a perilous Arctic voyage by the British Royal Navy. It’s an extreme tale of survival in wholly unforgiving landscape - with the crew's fears exacerbated by an unknown threat.
Animated, Comedy, Fantasy: Eighteen unique worlds. Eighteen visceral tales. A dark, funny and adrenaline-soaked ride -- for adults only.
Comedy, Horror: Broadband installer by day, paranormal investigator by night, Gus is annoyed to be partnered with “noob” Elton, but comes to appreciate having someone along for the ride as they uncover a spike in supernatural activity. They’re soon joined by Astrid, who has ghost problems of her own, and the gang embark upon creating a ghost-hunting YouTube channel, uncovering a terrifying conspiracy as they go.
Adventure, Animated, Comedy: Dipper and Mabel Pines are twins who spend the summer with their eccentric Great Uncle Stan (aka Grunkle Stan.)
Comedy, Crime, Drama: Who would have guessed that becoming a zombie could turn you into a brilliant detective too?
Action, Drama, Fantasy: Vampires have conquered the planet, but her powers could save humankind. If she can figure out who she really is.
Drama, Horror, Mystery: The haunting fifth and final season of the critically acclaimed drama, “Bates Motel,” from writers and executive producers Kerry Ehrin and Carlton Cuse will premiere on Monday, February 20 at 10PM ET/PT on A&E. Fan favorite and Emmy-nominated actress Vera Farmiga returns for double duty as executive producer while also reprising her role as ‘Mother’ who is very much alive and well but only in the twisted, complicated mind of ‘Norman Bates’ played by Freddie Highmore. In addition, eight-time Grammy Award winner and series super fan Rihanna checks in to play the role of ‘Marion Crane,’ putting a newly reimagined and contemporary spin on the iconic character. This contemporary prequel to the genre-defining film Psycho has provided fans with an intimate look into the unraveling of Norman Bates’ psyche throughout his teenage years. Fans watched as Norman’s dangerous transformation came full circle when he methodically murdered his beloved mother, Norma, in the final gut-wrenching episodes of season four. Season five of “Bates Motel” picks up almost two years later and finds Norman (Freddie Highmore), a grown man now, living a double life. Publicly he’s a happy and well-adjusted member of the White Pine Bay community, but at home Norman struggles; his violent blackouts continue to increase as ‘Mother’ (Vera Farmiga) threatens to take over his mind completely. Meanwhile, Dylan Massett (Max Thierot) and Emma Decody (Olivia Cooke), since leaving White Pine Bay, have been living their lives blissfully unaware of Norma’s death and Norman’s full on descent into psychosis. Unfortunately, for them, they will soon find themselves drawn back into Norman’s insanity, while a vengeful Alex Romero (Nestor Carbonell), who is currently incarcerated for a perjury, hungers for a chance to destroy his stepson and avenge the murder of his one true love, Norma Bates. New faces find their way to the Bates Motel this season to further complicate Norman’s life and threaten to unearth his dark secrets. Viewers will finally meet the iconic Marion Crane played by Rihanna. In addition, a new couple in town, Madeleine Loomis, played by Isabelle McNally (“House of Cards”) and her husband Sam Loomis, played by Austin Nichols (“The Walking Dead,” “Ray Donovan”), as well as Sheriff Dana Greene, played by Brooke Smith (“Grey’s Anatomy,” “Ray Donovan”) become entangled in Norman’s life causing a chain of events that could blow the lid off Norman’s secret life. Lastly, fans will be greeted by familiar faces when Caleb Calhoun (Kenny Johnson) and Chick Hogan (Ryan Hurst) return with agendas of their own.
Horror, Mystery, Thriller: A quaint town links a mangled corpse to a dark outsider with a carnivorous secret. But monsters come in many forms.
Drama, Fantasy, Horror: Secret societies. Ancient rituals. Sinister creatures. Jack's first year of college is off to a wild start.
Action, Comedy, Fantasy: Older? Yes. Wiser? Nope. Does he still have what it takes to save the world from demons? All hail the king, baby.
Comedy, Horror: Mom craves human flesh. Dad just wants a normal life. A good marriage is all about compromise.