Technically, Halloween arrives at the end of October. But Disney+ and Hulu aren’t waiting around to start rolling out the Halloween programing. For the sixth year in a row, Hulu will launch its Huluween slate of programming. Huluween will kick off tomorrow, September 15, with the Hulu premiere of Marvel’s Werewolf by Night. The Boogeyman, a Stephen King adaptation that was originally slated as a Hulu original, will finally arrive at its intended destination on October 6. Stephen King’s Rose Red is also on the schedule, alongside a number of Hulu originals and classic shows. There’s even a four-episode event for American Horror Stories.
Disney+ is holding off a little longer for the launch of its fourth annual Hallowstream. This year’s event begins on October 4 with the Disney+ premiere of Haunted Mansion and continues on October 13 with a new Goosebumps series that will also stream on Hulu. On October 20, Werewolf by Night will be getting a rerelease in color for the first time. However, most of the programming that Disney+ listed for October 31 are things that the streamer already has, like The Nightmare Before Christmas and The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror Collection.
The complete list of programming for both streaming events can be found below.
- Werewolf by Night
- American Horror Story: Delicate
- No One Will Save You (Hulu Original)
- Stephen King’s Rose Red
- Fright Krewe (Hulu Original)
- The Boogeyman
- The Mill
- Living for the Dead (Hulu Original)
- American Horror Stories Four-Episode Huluween Event
- Fresh (Hulu Original)
- The Paloni Show! Halloween Speical!
- Scream Queens
- Sabrina the Teenage Witch
- Haunted Mansion
- Werewolf by Night in Color
- Dancing with the Stars: Halloween Episode
- Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas
- Hocus Pocus
- Hocus Pocus 2
- Muppets Haunted Mansion
- The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror Collection
- Under Wraps
- Skeleton Dance
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