I know it’s June, but day one of Netflix GEEKED WEEK 2022 just delivered one of the best spooky season gifts we have ever seen. The entire first half of the tv series showcase was jam-packed with spooky tv series. But that didn’t end there. We even got a full trailer for Resident Evil and learned that All of Us Are Dead is returning for a second season! In case you might have missed an announcement or a trailer, we have all the spooky stuff right here!

Which of these horror series are you most excited to see? Let us know in the comments below and on social media!

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While not scary, Wednesday is sure going to be a happy spooky story. This twisted series comes from the imagination of Tim Burton himself. The newest scream queen Jenna Ortega will be playing the titular role as she heads off to Nevermore Academy. While there, she is thrown into a supernatural mystery involving her parents and town. Ortega is joined by Catherine Zeta-Jones, Luis Guzman, Gwendoline Christie, Christina Ricci and more!

Guillermo Del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities

JStoobs shared what everyone was thinking today – we need more horror anthology series. And Guillermo Del Toro is delivering on the first! In his new series, Cabinet of Curiosities, we are getting eight horror-filled episodes from some of the most iconic horror directors. It also features a star-studded cast that includes Ben Barnes, Rupert Grint, Essie Davis and Andrew Lincoln, to just name a few. This series will scratch some serious horror anthology itches that we have.

The Midnight Club

Patience pays off! We have been on the edge of our seats waiting for more information ever since Netflix announced that Mike Flanagan was heading the adaptation of Christopher Pike‘s The Midnight Club. It’s an entire club created by teenagers living in a hospice home where they tell ghost stories after dark. Spooky doesn’t even begin to describe what we hope to experience when this hits the streaming service in October.

All Of Us Are Dead

If you thought Netflix was done with All Of Us Are Dead, you thought wrong! It’s time to head back to Hyosan High and see what the survivors are facing off against this time. I love zombies (please see my infatuation with Resident Evil), and this series really scratches that itch. And I can’t forget to mention that it is based on the WEBTOON series of the same name by the incredibly talented Joo Dong-geun!

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Resident Evil

I. Love. Resident Evil. And Netflix’s latest horror addition to Capcom‘s beloved franchise is looking to be right up my alley. Lance Reddick as Albert Wesker, mentions of the T-Virus, zombies, end of the world. You name it – I’m in love with it. The trailer makes it look gory, mysterious and downright amazing. We can’t wait to watch Jade (Ella Balinska) kick some major zombie asses and rip some monsters apart with that chainsaw.

Locke and Key

It’s time for the epic finale of Netflix’s Locke and Key. We have come a long way since the beginning, and it hurts to see this come to an end. We know that anything goes in the final season, and we hope that this send-off is one for the books. If you haven’t had the chance to enjoy Locke and Key, now is the time to dive in and binge seasons one and two!

Warrior Nun

If you missed the original coming of Netflix’s Warrior Nun, may I introduce you to an epic battle between good and evil? When Ava Silva (Alba Baptista) wakes up in a morgue with a new lease on life and a divine artifact embedded in her back, she finds herself tasked with fighting demons on top of powerful forces from both Heaven and Hell who want to control her. The series is based on the comic book character created by Ben Dunn. Binge the first season before the second one airs!


There is just something about historical mysterious horror that has us captivated by Netflix’s upcoming 1899. The story follows a ship of hopeful European immigrants journeying to America for a better life. Life aboard is strange and only gets worse when they spot another ship in the distance. Emily Beecham stars in the lead role alongside Aneurin Barnard, Andreas Pietschmann, Miguel Bernardeau, Maciej Musial, Anton Lesser and Lucas Lynggaard.

The Sandman

And finally, the long-awaited series The Sandman is nearly here. There is another world that waits for all of us. When we close our eyes, we find ourselves in the Dreaming, where The Sandman, Master of Dreams (Tom Sturridge), gives shapes to all our deepest fears and fantasies. But when he is kidnapped and held prisoner for a century, things will change for both the dreaming and waking worlds forever. This series couldn’t come fast enough, and August still feels so far away!

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