There are so many choices on the television landscape, sometimes it's hard to figure out what to watch. If you have a specific genre in mind, it makes it much easier.
We love weird TV and we've chosen some of our favorite shows that proudly wave the weird flag.
Check out our list and let us know your favorites!
American Horror Story
Ryan Murphy has brought us season after season of this bizarre anthology series. From a murder house to a haunted hotel, Murphy delves deep into the weird and horrific. American Horror Story is not for the faint-hearted, so viewer beware! It airs currently on FX and previous seasons can be found on Netflix.
Manfred, a ghost magnet, has arrived in the small town of Midnight, Texas which turns out to be a haven for the weird. It's home to a group of supernatural creatures who must band together, along with some human friends, to battle a horde of demons trying to break through the veil that protects Midnight from the hellish underworld! The show is based on a series of books by Charlaine Harris and airs on NBC.
If you've ever read any of the stories on Creepypasta
, then you know how weird and horrific those short stories are. Channel Zero created an anthology series based on some of the website's creepiest stories. Weird pirate puppets and a tooth man are only two of the horrors you'll find on this show. Channel Zero airs on Syfy.
Kyle Barnes has been haunted by possession since he was a child. Now as an adult, he's trying to figure out why, but the answers are more dangerous than he could ever imagine. The series is based on a comic of the same name by Robert Kirkman. There were two seasons of the series, only one of which aired in the U.S. Season 1 can be found on Cinemax and Amazon Video.
This prequel to Psycho featured a mother/son dynamic that is chillingly odd. Norma and Norman's love for each other is anything but normal. As Norman's psyche grows more deranged, it culminates in the ultimate show of love for his mother. Bates Motel aired for five seasons and is a must-watch series that will both fascinate and appall. It can be found on Amazon Video.
The Twilight Zone
The Twilight Zone is the original waver of the weird flag. The anthology series focused on stories that mixed horror, science-fiction, drama, comedy and superstition. All the stories had a surprise ending and some were more scary than other. The Twilight Zone can be seen on Amazon and Hulu.
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