List of Halloween television specials: Wikis

  

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The following is a list of Halloween television episodes/specials.

Contents

Children's

Scooby Doo

Winnie the Pooh

American TV Drama

TV Cop/Action Shows Halloween Episodes

The CSI franchise

  • CSI: Miami: "Hell Night" (2004)
  • CSI: Miami: "Curse Of The Coffin" (2006)
  • CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: "The Chick Chop Flick Shop" (2007)
  • CSI: NY: "Boo" (2007)

MacGyver

  • MacGyver: "The Secret of Parker House" (1988)
  • MacGyver: "Halloween Knights" (1989)

NCIS

  • NCIS: "Witch Hunt" (2006)
  • NCIS: "Murder 2.0" (2008)

Supernatural/Sci-Fi

Buffy the Vampire Slayer/Angel

Charmed

Ghost Hunters

Teen drama

Sitcoms

8 Simple Rules

Bewitched

Family Matters

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

George Lopez

Home Improvement

Malcolm in the Middle

The Office (US)

Roseanne

Sabrina, the Teenage Witch

The Simpsons (Tree House of Horror)

South Park

Step by Step

That '70s Show

Two Guys and a Girl

Others

The Price Is Right

Starting in Season 36 (2007), when Drew Carey began hosting the show in 2007, each season of the popular US game show has featured a full Halloween episode, with the host, announcer, models, set, and Showcases decorated for this holiday.

The Season 36 and 37 episodes featured models in costume during all One Bids and prize presentations (in 2008, models presented cars as police officers and carhops), and monster-themed Showcases. Drew Carey has appeared with fake fangs (2007) and a hatchet (2008), and Rich Fields appeared as Zorro in 2008.

The Season 38 episode featured contestants and the show's host, announcer, and models in costume (traditionally prohibited). The entire set was decorated for the holiday, with many of the set's changes in 2009 playing key roles. A "haunting" arrangement of the show's theme was played during the introductions, Carey introduced by his costume, and Halloween-themed decorations around the set, including appropriate colors replacing the show's usual colors. The new Showcase podiums were covered with tombstones featuring a door that opened to unveil the price (without the prize description screen), with different fonts used for both Grocery Game price cards and the Showcase video screen. Also, the traditional buzzer and losing horns (except in Plinko) were replaced with screams.

The following was how the show's major figures were dressed:

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AMC Halloween Movie Specials

AMC will broadcast many of the Halloween classics including the Halloween (1978 film) series, Friday the 13th (1980 film), Nightmare on Elm Street, and An American Werewolf in London during the week of Halloween.

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