1. Scream Queens
As another work by the team behind American Horror Story, this show has a similar aesthetic feel. This is the perfect show for fans of American Horror Story. The plot is similar to that of AHS, but the comedy is more developed.
There will be no more episodes of this show because it was cancelled after the second season. It’s a quick and simple series to get lost in. It’s ideal for use as a transition between acts. Emma Roberts, Lea Michele, Keke Palmer, John Stamos, Jamie Lee Curtis, and a host of other well-known actors and actresses star in the show. Comedy and horror are well-balanced in this parody of horror movie clichés.
2. Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
Many people were critical of the new Sabrina. In the first season, it drew criticism for its treatment of witches and religion. This show, on the other hand, defies all expectations in terms of scare factor. The show has its share of frightful moments. Sabrina isn’t the same as she was in the ’90s. This is the show for you if you want to see modern magic used in a way that is both entertaining and challenging.
In this gripping Netflix original, Sabrina goes through high school, witch school, romance, and heartbreak.
An incredible drama series, Sabrina follows Sabrina Spellman and her family and friends as they fight against the forces of evil in their lives. Who knows if she’ll be able to beat Satan himself.
3. Black Mirror
The way actors are recast in different seasons and episodes of Black Mirror is very similar to AHS. Guessing what the actors will be doing in future episodes is a lot of fun. It also makes use of well-known actors and actresses, which helps to increase the number of people who watch it. There is a Miley Cyrus episode in the most recent season.
For the most part, the show employs elements of science fiction to explore viewers’ anxieties about the future and technological advancements. As a result, you can watch each episode on your own time, without having to worry about missing anything.
4. The Magicians
The Magicians is a fantastic fantasy series if you enjoyed American Horror Story: Coven’s magical elements. There is still plenty of time to catch up before the new season premieres in January 2020.
The Magicians explores fantastical worlds full of adventure in a new and fresh way with magic. Brakebills is a prestigious school in the story, and a group of college-aged students go on a series of misadventures within the walls of the school. Because of the shocking turns and turns the show takes, it’s comparable to AHS.
5. Penny Dreadful
Penny Dreadful brings to life all of the fabled horror monsters. Many characters, including Dr. Frankenstein, Dorian Gray, and Mina Harker, are examined.
Using dramatic flair, the show tells the origin stories of the characters.
6. Umbrella Academy
Binge-watchable Netflix original. There’s only one season, but it’s jam-packed with action. Superheroes and the horrors of what will happen to the world when civilization as we know it ends feature prominently in this post-apocalyptic drama.
A millionaire buys seven children who were born unexpectedly and mysteriously to women who showed no signs of pregnancy. He treats them as if they were his own, and he molds them into superheroes in the process. They each have a special ability that they use to battle evil while they’re still young. They grow apart as they get older, but something always manages to bring them back together. Six Hargreeves children remain united after their father’s death.
7. The Twilight Zone
This program harkens back to a bygone era. The Twilight Zone, a classic in the horror and drama genres, was recently added to Netflix. It’s a worthwhile watch for anyone with a broad taste in cinematic genres. From science fiction to horror to comedy, this show has it all.
While a remake of the series has recently been released, it has received less acclaim than the original series did. If you don’t mind seeing things in black and white, the 1963 series is well worth your time.
8. True Blood
Back in 2008, this vampire-centric drama series was hugely popular. The plot is unpredictable, and the characters are nuanced. If you’re looking for a show with a lot of emotional highs and lows, this is it.
With her special ability, Sookie Stackhouse is already an outcast among the residents of the small town where she works as a waitress. She has a sixth sense. Sookie joins the vampire community when she begins dating Bill Compton, a 173-year-old vampire. When synthetic blood is developed, will humans and vampires be able to coexist?
9. Wayward Pines
From the very beginning to the very end, this M. Night Shamalan series holds my attention. This show’s greatest appeal is its complete lack of predictability. A cliffhanger concludes each episode.
After a car accident, FBI agent Ethan Burke becomes the focus of the show. He awakens in a town that appears normal on the surface, except that the phones only reach other houses in the neighborhood, large walls enclose the neighborhood, and the sheriff acts strangely.
10. Channel Zero
This Sy-FY show most closely resembles the FX series American Horror Story: Freak Show. It’s got less levity, but it makes up for it with a little more gore. This is a collection of short stories in the style of anthology. Candle Cove, No-End House, Butcher’s Block, and The Dream Door are all equally fantastic seasons. There are only six episodes in each season.