TV Episode Guide

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Anything can turn spooky in this series based on the best-selling books from Scholastic by the master of kid horror R.L. Stine. In every episode, see what happens when regular kids find themselves in scary situations, and how they work to confront and overcome their fears. Think you're brave enough to watch? Find out!

Goosebumps: Monster Blood

During a stay at his weird Aunt Kathryn's, Evan is forbidden to enter one of her upstairs rooms. He just has to find out what's behind that door! But when he decides to take a peek, Evan finds more than he bargained for: an old, dusty can of "Monster Blood" that's green and slimy and starting to grow!

Goosebumps: More Monster Blood

As he flies off to meet his parents in Atlanta, Evan thinks he's finally rid of the Monster Blood, the green slimy stuff with a monstrous appetite that he found while snooping around his weird Aunt Kathryn's house. But he's in for the ride of his life when he discovers Monster Blood on board his plane!

Goosebumps: The Scarecrow Walks at Midnight

Jodie loves visiting her grandparents' farm, listening to Grandpa Kurt's spooky stories and devouring Grandma Miriam's chocolate chip pancakes. But she and her brother Mark haven't been to the farm in a year, and it appears to have changed. The cornfields are sparse, their grandparents look terrible, and the single scarecrow has been replaced by 12 towering, evil-looking ones that seem to have a life of their own. . . .

Goosebumps: Revenge of the Lawn Gnomes

Joe Burton's dad loves tacky lawn ornaments—pink flamingos, plaster skunks, cement angels—nothing is too ridiculous for his yard. But, when Mr. Burton brings home two hideous lawn gnomes with tall, pointy hats and evil grins, it's not just embarrassing, it's spooky. Late at night, Joe hears eerie sounds coming from the garden. Could those ugly lawn gnomes be alive?

Goosebumps: Vampire Breath

While their parents are out, Freddy and Cara Renfield discover a secret door in their house. The mysterious door leads to an underground cavern . . . and the most unbelievable night of their lives. Turns out the Renfields have a bat problem—a vampire bat problem!

Goosebumps: Attack of the Jack-O-Lanterns

Drew and Walker are dreading this Halloween, because every year Lee and Tabby play some mean trick on them. But this year will be different! Drew and Walker's old friends, twins Shane and Shauna, are coming for a visit and the four of them have devised a spooky plan sure to terrify Lee and Tabby. But this time, everyone's in for a scary Halloween surprise!

Goosebumps: How to Kill A Monster

While their parents are away on business in Atlanta, Gretchen and Clark have to stay with their grandparents in Mud Town. Bo-ring! Grandma Rose and Grandpa Eddie are really forgetful—so forgetful that they've gone out for the day and forgotten to warn them that there's a monster locked upstairs!

Goosebumps: Calling All Creeps

Ricky Beamer is the class loser -make that the school loser. Ricky's tired of Tasha and her friends’ constant teasing and bullying. So he takes out a personal ad in the school newspaper—"Calling All Creeps"—giving Tasha's phone number. But it looks like Ricky's lost again, when he gets the creepy midnight calls!

Goosebumps: A Night in Terror Tower, Part 1 & 2

Sue and her brother, Eddie, on vacation in London, take a tour of Terror Tower, a scary prison and torture chamber from medieval times. The guide tells the group a horrifying tale of a young prince and princess sentenced to execution in the Tower in the 15th century. Then strange things begin to happen: Sue and Eddie are the only ones to notice the ghoulish wax figures moving as if they were real . . . and ghostly images call out warnings to them. Suddenly, Eddie and Sue find themselves separated from the group! Who is that spooky guide dressed in black? What kind of strange, old English money has suddenly replaced their own? And why can't Eddie and Sue remember their last name—or where their parents are? These questions haunt them as they travel back in time to the middle ages—trying to escape the fate meant for the young prince and princess in the evil Terror Tower.

Goosebumps: The Werewolf in Fever Swamp, Part 1 & Part 2

Grady and Emily didn't want to move to the Florida swamps in the first place, but their mom and dad -- both scientists -- said it would be "an adventure they would never forget." That's for sure! First came the horrific howls during the night. Then there was the scary shadow lurking behind the tree and the spooky sounds coming from the swamp. Now Grady can't stop thinking about the spooky hermit who chased him and his new friend Will while they were exploring the swamp behind his new house. And the almost-human howls that make him sit straight up in bed each night. Could Grady's new dog be responsible for some of the midnight mischief? He does sort of resemble a wolf, and he did appear out of nowhere. Everyone is convinced the dog is a monster, but Grady knows better. Dogs don't howl at the full moon, or disappear at midnight, or turn into werewolves . . . Do they?

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