7 Trippiest Horror TV Shows You Need To Watch Right Now

The Walking Dead 

This grim drama, which is based on the Robert Kirkman comic book series, depicts life in the months and years after a zombie apocalypse. A gang of survivors are continuously on the road looking for protection and security while also looking for a safe place to call home.

American Horror Story: Asylum 

The second season of the American FX horror anthology television series American Horror Story, which was developed by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, is titled Asylum.


Mary Sibley is the most powerful witch in Salem, Massachusetts, and is the wife of a sick but very wealthy town selectman.


It's up to the investigating team headed by Detective Inspector Joseph Chandler to determine if a Jack the Ripper copycat is executing heinous murders in London's Whitechapel neighbourhood or gruesome crimes in the East End are forcing a look back at 300 years of history.

The Vampire Diaries 

The Vampire Diaries is an American supernatural teen drama television series developed by Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec, based on the popular book series of the same name written by L. J. Smith.

The Following 

When Joe Carroll, a notorious serial killer he arrested years previously and is now on death row, escapes, the FBI calls in Ryan Hardy, a former agent with emotional and physical wounds.

Harper’s Island 

Abby Mills returns to her hometown of Harper's Island seven years after a string of killings took the lives of her mother and five other people in order to attend the wedding of her closest friend, heiress Trish Willington, to boy-next-door Henry Dunn.

Tales from the Crypt 

This campy and stylised anthology series, which is based on the EC Comics series of the same name, tells a number of horrifying tales that are introduced by the show's rotting host, the Crypt Keeper.