Get ready to remember the greatest of TV shows from today and yesterday - we've compiled our list of songs that remind us the most of Halloween.
If you missed our movie songs list from earlier in the week, have a look at it here. Add these songs to your Spotify playlist for Halloween, and you're guaranteed to have one frighteningly good party. While our TV show songs list is not as scary as our movie list was, these songs will give you more nostalgia than a fright. We've covered everything from 'Charmed', 'Are You Afraid of the Dark?', and 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' so set your speakers to max, and enjoy our Halloween treats.
The 80s-synth-fuelled credits have become one of the best original opening credit scores in years.
The original line-up was of Pru, Piper and Phoebe best wasn't it? This song brings back so many memories.
Lightyears ahead of it's time, 'The Munsters' theme tune has gone down in history.
Vampires, werewolves, and witches - oh my!
Embrace your inner-witch this Halloween, and while taking a break from the new Netflix take on Sabrina, have a listen to what the 90's used to sound like.
Mulder and Scully - debunking those UFO rumours since 1993.
The TV series that may have outstayed it's welcome at this stage, has a really memorable opening score.
That Aldi ad has ruined it for us.
The newest TV series on the list, this Netflix original has been garnering frighteningly good praise right across the board.
We'll never forget that dog with the glowing eyes. Never.
Do you remember the episode of the girl who wanted to steal people's faces? Or the boy who begins to turn into a leprechaun? This show was messed up.
'American Horror Story: Asylum'
If you're a fan of the show, 'Dominique' from series two will bring back some bad memories.
Let the memories come flooding back to you as you rock out to the vampire slayer's epic opening theme.
While not as horror-inducing as the live-action remakes starring Sarah Michelle Geller, the 'Scooby-Doo' theme will get a great reaction at any Halloween party.
If you haven't watched 'Legion' already, you need to make it your next binge. It's trippy, mysterious, and has a killer soundtrack.
There has been 30 'Tresshouse of Horror' episodes, and the theme is just as good as it ever was.