by RUBY CHAVEZ
In 1998, ABC Family decided to air specials such as Casper: A Spirited Beginning, and then it started to become popular in the 2000s decade. It has been 17 years and counting that the 13 Nights Of Halloween has occurred. 25 Days of Christmas was the first to become a holiday programming in 1996.
As soon as the 2000s decade has come, they began airing, Hocus Pocus, The Haunted Mansion, The Addams Family, Addams Family Values and then the “Harry Potter Weekends” began. All weekend long ABC Family would have a Harry Potter marathon for those who love Harry Potter movies. They play movies from 1964 up until now.
13 Nights of Halloween is not the only channel that plays Halloween movies.
Made by Disney Channel, it was formerly known as “Wiz-tober”, also celebrates Halloween by playing spooky Disney channel like Halloweentown, Under Wraps, and also Pixar movies such as Monsters University and Monsters Inc.
31 Days of Halloween
Syfy began a October programming, which airs new original movies every Saturday night in October.
On October 18th, AMC’s annual FearFest begins. On weekdays from 9 a.m to midnight, they play Friday the 13th and Child’s Play, then on weekends all through October. On Sunday it is The Walking Dead.
There are many channels that have a Halloween Marathon. You can watch them for family nights, sleepovers with friends, or many other reasons. These channels are good to bring family and friends together to be spooked out.