Top 10 shows that feel like fall


Ava Gjertsen, Editor

It’s officially October, which means changing leaves, Halloween, and crisp days. At this time of year, there’s plenty of media reaching to capture the season’s spirit for marketing purposes. Today, however, I’ve compiled a list of my favorite television shows that put me in the fall mood.

10. “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” – Based on the classic comics, this show follows a teenage girl who is also a witch, and all the scary and supernatural witchcraft she gets herself into.

9.  “Gilmore Girls” – The two main characters of this show can always be seen in sweaters, sipping coffee, and pumpkins always surrounding them in their town Stars Hollow.

8. “Anne With an E” – Although this series takes place in all seasons, it just gives off such a cozy, country fall vibe. Its about a young orphan girl in the 1800s who gets adopted, and her struggles and adventures through it all.

7. “Stranger Things” – A group of kids have to take on the supernatural happening in their town after becoming friends with a girl with powers. The weather in this series is rarely ever warm and bright, taking on a cooler, creepier atmosphere that just screams October.

6. “The Haunting of Bly Manor” –  A creepy show centered around, as the name states, apparitions haunting a manor that a young governess arrives to.

5. “American Horror Story” – Each season is based on a new concept, but one thing is always guaranteed for each: horror. The show is dark, frightening, and frankly quite disturbing, but sure to get you spooked for the occasion.

4. “Scooby Doo” – Whether you’re watching the cartoon or live action versions, Scooby Doo is full of mysteries and monsters that are guaranteed to get you in the spirit

3. “The Munsters” – A black and white sitcom from the ’60s about a freaky family full of monsters.

2. “Buzzfeed Unsolved” – What originally started as a YouTube channel, Buzzfeed Unsolved is now on Hulu as a show. Two comedic friends get together and tell stories of true crime and the paranormal and even get down to some in person ghost investigating.

1. “Over the Garden Wall” – A charming, vintage-styled cartoon about two brothers getting lost in what feels like a fantasy forest after going over a garden wall. The autumn setting, classy and original music, and heartwarming story of friendship and brotherhood is sure to capture your heart and get you ready for the season.