These 13 TV shows prove that television can do scary, too. Check them out now!
From aliens to conspiracies to so much more, the truth is out there. So is the fear factor.
The Walking Dead
Zombies. Blood. Violence. Death. You may wanna watch The Walking Dead with the lights on.
Buffy The Vampire Slayer
Buffy The Vampire Slayer somehow managed to combine teen angst and romance with some seriously high, literal stakes.
Harper's Island took us to the scene of a gruesome series of murders. It aired in 2009 and killed off wedding guests one by one.
Supernatural. Come for the two attractive hunters. Stay for the shocking deaths and suspense.
American Horror Story
Haunted houses. Murderous Nazis. Scary aliens. Vengeful witches. American Horror Story will next tackle a circus of freaks.
Hannibal may mess with viewer's minds more than any show in TV history.
Twin Peaks served as the inspiration behind a number of mysteries and dramas. It tracked the murder of homecoming queen Laura Palmer.
Tales from the Crypt
Tales from the Crypt was a horror anthology series on HBO. A bit tongue-in-cheek, but always reliable for a scream or two... dozen.
American Gothic only aired for one season (1995-1996) on CBS. It told the story of a rapist sheriff backed by supernatural powers.
The Amazon can be a frightening place, although ABC viewers didn't have much time to learn this lesson following the quick cancelation of The River.
Millennium was created by Chris Carter (The X-Files). It followed an FBI agent who could get into the minds of criminals.
Masters of Horror
Masters of Horror (Showtime) was another anthology series. Its 26 episodes covered the gamut of horror-related tropes and creatures.