Fall is just around the corner. It is time for Pumpkin Spice Lattes, autumnal candles, cozy throws, decorative pillows, cute entrance mats, tea lights, and more! You need some TV shows to Get into the feel of the fall season!
Here are some that will get you right into the mood. Be it warm, feel-good comedy, or downright spooky, we got you covered.
As any shopper waiting for the spooky decor to hit the seasonal shelves can tell, it is never too early to start planning for Halloween. Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is a supernatural horror drama based on the Archie comic book of the same name and set in the same world as The CW’s Riverdale.
The Netflix series Sabrina Spellman, starring Kiernan Shipka as Sabrina Spellman, is whimsical. Do not be duped: Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is nothing like the silly, beloved ’90s ’90s sitcom starring Melissa Joan Hart. Still, it is also dripping with horror, unsettling imagery, and plenty (and tons) of Satanic rituals.
Now, it is no mystery that Riverdale on The CW has had some controversial themes in recent seasons (so much singing, so much Archie stupidity). With that said, the adolescent drama follows the classic fall show template of a high school setting, teen romance, and a splash of murder.
Riverdale may occasionally make you wonder what you were watching, but it will undoubtedly keep you engaged this fall.
When talking about witches, how can one forget about Charmed? The Halliwell sisters, who happen to be the ’world’s most powerful witches, star in the WB series “Charmed” Three sisters learn that they descended from a line of female witches and were chosen by their ancestors to use their collective witchcraft ability to fight the forces of evil.
It was set in San Francisco, which always seemed to have a fall climate. Plus, you can always count on candles, mystical events, and spells when dealing with witches.
“Charmed” and its 2018 remake are both available to watch on Netflix.
Grimm is occult detective fiction, horror, and supernatural series. The television series was based on Grimm’s fairy tales. Every episode starts with an imposed extract that usually relates to the show’s theme. It highlights how fairy tales were primarily based on horror. It is a captivating series and one to watch during the fall. It was set and shot in Portland, Oregon, and aired for six seasons.
This horror series will undoubtedly put you in a creepy mood. It is partially based on the Shirley Jackson novel from 1959. It follows the Crane family in the present day and in the 1980s, when they moved into Hill House, which was (and still is) plagued by spirits. The estranged siblings must reconcile to rid their family of the demons of their past.
Is there a show better suited to start a fall binge than “Gilmore Girls”? This list wouldn’t be complete without Gilmore Girls Whether it is the sight of ’Rory’s Chilton uniform or the fragrance of fresh coffee at ’Luke’s Diner, in the small town of Stars Hollow feels like it is always October.
Watching (or re-watching) Gilmore Girls is like finally putting on your favorite cozy sweater after months of waiting for the leaves to change hues at the start of the fall season. Gilmore Girls will make you feel aglow with that warm, comfortable flannel.
Lorelai (Lauren Graham) and Rory may crackle with unending caffeine-induced energy and converse at warp speed. Gilmore Girls will nevertheless make you feel aglow and relaxed this fall.
Stranger Things is about friends who encounter a mysterious new girl in town who has a. They learn of monsters wandering their neighborhood and weird experiments conducted in a nearby lab after their best friend mysteriously disappears.
Stranger Things offers a lot of fantastic ’80s clothes that are perfect for the fall season. Even for fans who are not from that era, it is a show that brings back childhood memories.
“This Is Us” begins with the Pearson triplets on their birthday, August 31 — aka the last day of summer before September arrives, bringing fall weather and pumpkin spice lattes. The quintessential fall holiday, Thanksgiving, is another crucial aspect of “This Is Us” legend., The Pearsons adore it and have more traditions than any other family in America. Filled with tears of joy and sadness, it is the perfect start to your fall binge.