Happy Halloween from across the Disney family! This year we have even more frightfully fun Halloween content to keep you and your family in the spirit all month long.
No one does Halloween like Freeform, and this October Freeform casts a spell on viewers with their month-long fan favorite programming event – ‘31 Nights of Halloween’. From Oct. 1-31, viewers can celebrate All Hallow’s Eve at home with haunting movies, including “The Addams Family” (1991), “Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride” and “Hotel Transylvania.” Check out the complete Spooktacular Celebration guide here.
There’s a few tricks and TONS of treats in DisneyNOW! Play DisneyNOW Halloween games all October long, from Cart Blaster to Color Splash and Super Arcade to SNAPs. Families everywhere won’t want to miss DisneyNOW’s delightfully ghoulish Halloween collection for all ages, including themed episodes, shorts and new music videos for a spook-tacular time
Disney+ is conjuring up a spellbinding collection of some of the most popular Halloween movies, specials, and episodes of all time. With beloved holiday traditions like “Hocus Pocus,” “The Nightmare Before Christmas,” “Halloweentown,” and the best Disney Channel and Disney Junior Halloween episodes, Disney+ is the ultimate destination to Hallowstream for family frights and wicked delights for all ages. Click here to learn more. #DisneyPlusHallowstream
Need a costume inspiration for your Halloween celebration? Radio Disney’s Emily Nelson shows you how to create your own DYI costumes for Evie from “Descendants”, Addison from “ZOMBIES,” and Marnie from “Halloweentown.” Then starting October 20th through Halloween, Radio Disney will test your Halloween Movie Knowledge. Listen every day for a spine-chilling movie clip and try to guess the Halloween Movie!
For those of you who love the scarier side of Halloween, Nat Geo WILD’s Howl-o-ween is creepin’ it real with all treats and no tricks. Tune in October 26-October 30 for a monster marathon of “WORLD’S WEIRDEST” and “WORLD’s DEADLIEST” featuring bizarre beasts and lethal exploits of the animal kingdom.
And for those sports fans out there who want to sit back and watch a college football game on Halloween night, enjoy your candy while watching Saturday Night Football on ABC for what is sure to be a great matchup!
Let us know in the comments what Halloween activity you’re most looking forward to! I personally will be binging movies on Freeform and Disney+ while playing Halloween games on DisneyNOW and listening to Halloween favorites on Radio Disney…