Raising children in the months of October through December is filled with endless events. Sometimes it’s nice to sit back home and enjoy a show together. We have found especially with the teens we have found putting on a Halloween episode of their favorite TV show is a great way to hang out and connect as a family.
Here is our a list of the best halloween shows for kids & teens: (also check out our favorite fall movies for families)
Best Halloween Shows for Kids
- It’s the great pumpkin charlie brown
- Curious George- A Halloween Boo Fest
- Sesame Street: A Magical Halloween Adventure
- Daniel Tiger: Katerina’s Costume/ Dress up Day
- The Cat in the Hat knows a lot about Halloween
- Super monsters- save halloween
- Scaredy Cats
- A Babysitter’s guide to monster hunting-
- A Go! Go! Cory Carson Halloween-
- Super Monsters series- Vida’s First Halloween-
- DreamWorks Spooky Stories I and II
- True Tales: True Tricky Treat Day
- Spookley the Square Pumpkin *
- Disney +
- Doc McStuffins- Boo-Hoo to you- disney+
- Muppets Haunted Mansion- disney+
- MIckey’s Monster Musical
- Fancy Nancy- Nancy’s Costume Clash/ Nancy’s Ghostly Halloween
- Toy story of terror
- Mater and the Ghostlight
- Trick or Treat- Donald Duck
- Vampirina –
- Hauntleyween/ Frankenflower. It’s Halloween!Season 1, episode 24.
- Trick or treaters / Play It Again Vee. Season 2, episode 15.
- Jumpin Jack-o’-lanterns / Freeze our Guest. Oxana starts a storm. Season 2, episode 16.
Best Halloween Episodes on TV for Teens
- The Office: “Halloween” (Season 2, Episode 5) (Peacock)
- Parks and Recreation: “Greg Pikitis” (Season 2, Episode 7) Peacock
- Friends: “The One With the Halloween Party” (Season 8, Episode 6) HBO Max
- New Girl Season 2 Episode 6 “Halloween” Netflix
- New Girl: “Keaton” (Season 3, Episode 6) Netflix
- How I Met Your Mother – Season 1, Episode 6. The Slutty Pumpkin. Ted searches for a girl he met years ago at a Halloween party. …
- How I Met Your Mother – Season 6, Episode 7. Canning Randy. …
- How I Met Your Mother – Season 7, Episode 8. The Slutty Pumpkin Returns.
- That 70’s Show Season 3 Episode 4 “Too Old to Trick or Treat, Too Young to Die”
- The Big Bang Theory Season 5 Episode 7 “The Good Guy Fluctuation”
- Young Sheldon Season 2 Episode 6 “Seven Deadly Sins and a Small Carl Sagan”
- Black-ish Season 1 Episode 6 “The Prank King”
Halloween TV Shows for Teens where every Halloween Episode is Worth Watching
There are a few TV hows that do an amazing job pretty much every year with their Halloween Episodes and really none should be missed. So if you want to watch more than one or two episodes these are the shows to check out.
Brooklyn Nine Nine
Probably our families favorite. The Halloween heist episodes have lead our family to have our own heist battles once a year. The story lines are amazing and each one will keep you very entertained.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 5 Episode 4 “HalloVeen”
- Halloween (Season 1, Episode 6)
- Halloween II (Season 2, Episode 4)
- Halloween III (Season 3, Episode 5)
- Halloween IV (Season 4, Episode 5)
- HalloVeen (Season 5, Episode 4)
- Cinco De Mayo (Season 6, Epsiode 16)
- Valloweaster (Season 7, Episode 11)
- The Last Day (Season 8, Episode 9) (not a Halloween Episode but if you love the Halloween Heists, this is the final one and it’s worth watching.
Modern Family (available on Hulu)
- Halloween Season 2 Episode 6
- Open House of Horrors (Season 4, Episode 5)
- Halloween 3: AwesomeLand (Season 6, Episode 6)
- Halloween 4: The Revenge of Rod Skyhook” (Season 8, Episode 5)
- It’s the Great Pumpkin, Phil Dunphy (Season 9, Episode 5)
- Good Grief (Season 10, Episode 5)
- The Last Halloween (Season 11, Episode 5)
Community (available on Hulu)
- Introduction To Statistics Season 1, Episode 7,
- Epidemiology Season 2 Episode 6
- Horror Fiction In Seven Spooky Steps Season 3, Episode 5
- Paranormal Parentage Season 4, Episode 2
There you have it, our complete list of the best Halloween Shows for Kids & Teens. Enjoy and Have a Happy Halloween!