2024 Syfy 31 Days of Halloween - October Horror TV Schedule
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Syfy 31 Days of Halloween

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What is 31 Days of Halloween? SYFY channels “31 Days of Halloween” programming block began in October of 2008. The network airs horror films, original movies and specials all month long. In September of 2023, SYFY added a “Countdown to Spooky Season” leading up to the 31 Days of Halloween event.

How to watch SYFY without cable?

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2024 SYFY Halloween Movies on TV News

The third season of USA and SYFY’s “Chucky” was split into two parts as a result of last year’s Hollywood strikes. “Chucky” Season 3: Part 2 will premiere on April 10th at 10/9c on both USA and SYFY. Season two of SYFY’s “Reginald the Vampire” also returns to SYFY May 8th at 10pm.


2024 Syfy 31 Days of Halloween Schedule

PLEASE NOTE: Date/times are subject to change (all times shown in ET)
Airings below are based on a generic national schedule. Times/dates can vary by TV provider.
Schedule Updated Schedule last updated on 2/19/24

31 Days of Halloween will begin Tuesday, October 1st 2024

Tuesday, February 20, 2024

  • 9:30am – Tremors II: Aftershocks
  • 6:59pm – Tremors
  • 9:00pm – Tremors II: Aftershocks

Wednesday, February 21, 2023

  • 2:00am – Tremors

Tuesday, February 27, 2024

  • 4:00am – The Cabin in the Woods
  • 11:14am – Tremors
  • 1:15pm – Tremors II: Aftershocks
  • 11:01pm – Tremors

What channel is SYFY?

  • DirecTV – Channel 244
  • DISH Network – Channel 122

Available on most cable networks. Check with your local provider for channel.

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131 thoughts on “Syfy 31 Days of Halloween

  • Dennis winship

    I like to watch nightmare on elm street 3 dream warriors on Syfy i own it on dvd and video .

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  • What movie or tv show is the guy screaming outside in chains in the promo ad? Never seen that before.

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  • I’m disappointed with the 31 days of Halloween lineup, 1 or 2 is all what happened to all day every day? Be a boring October this year.

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  • Doreen

    Syfy repeats the same crap over and over.harry potter every weekend 😫get a grip syfy

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  • cinamon k zahradnik

    NEVER….. tired of jason its the best keep playing him i also love 31 days of halloween it rocks time to get cozy ya hoooo thanks for playing jason cha cha cha

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  • I Want james bond marathon all Day long Weekend Long Marathon star November 21 2018 end November 24 2018 Star December 23 2018 End December 30 2018 Bond Collection The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) for 2hrs 30 min p.m.7:00-9:30p.m. Moonraker (1979) for 2hrs 30 min p.m.12:30-3:00p.m. A View to a Kill (1985)for 3hrs p.m.8:00-11:00p.m. Never Say Never Again(1983) for 3hrs p.m.8:00-11:00p.m. Thunderball (1965) 2hrs 30 min p.m.7:00-9:30p.m.

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  • Maria O'Rawe

    I love the 31 days of Halloween movies

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  • Dennis Osbon

    I used to watch SyFy channel many years ago until it switched hands. I began to get tired of repeats on top of repeats. You don’t even need a DVR because you’ll know it’ll come back on again (& again, etc). Also, the fact that the movies were now inconsiderately interrupting the commercials. Now I know why they tell you what you are watching after each commercial break because by the time you get back to the show/movie, you’ve forgotten what you are watching. There are shows that are not even sci fi or horror (ie. wrestling for one), too. I’m with everybody else on this.

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  • Correy Forrester

    Why would you NOT play Friday the 13th ON FRIDAY THE 13TH

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    • Marsha Seas

      I KNOW DAMMIT
      WHAT THE WHAT
      ARGLE BARGLE

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  • Kim Meder

    Oh come on! What lame movies! Couldn’t wait for Halloween to watch the old time movies. Jeepers Creepers and the old time movies. Halloween is my favorite and I hope they show the marathon.

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