The 5 Best Netflix Shows for Halloween Weekend 2022: Cabinet of Curiosities

Happy Halloween weekend! It’s time to grab some caramel corn and other goodies and enjoy some Netflix shows. This season, the streamer has released some fantastic horror-themed titles to keep you entertained throughout the weekend. If you’re not a fan of Spooky, Netflix has a great list of alternatives.

Netflix launched its Netflix and Chills campaign in September, with new releases running through December. Check out great titles like The Midnight Club, Mr. Harrigan’s Telephone, 28 Days Haunted, the good nurse and more.

If you’re looking for great family-friendly Halloween deals, stop by Wendell & Wild, The Munsters, Hubie Halloween, The Curse of Bridge Hollow, and phantom puppies. A quick search for “Family Halloween” on the Netflix site will give you plenty of other family-friendly options.

The Best Halloween Weekend Netflix Shows 2022

Here are some of the best Netflix shows to watch for Halloween 2022, starting below with the new hit series cabinet of curiosities.

Guillermo Del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities

A new anthology series Guillermo Del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities, is available to stream now. The eight-episode series features new stories and characters for each episode. The episodes begin à la Twilight Zone and Alfred Hitchcock giftswith del Toro introducing each story while standing in front of a real cabinet of curiosities.

These stories challenge traditional notions of horror and feature some of del Toro’s greatest horror writers and directors. The trailer is restricted to YouTube due to its content, but you can watch it here.

Unsolved mysteries volume 3 season 16

The latest season of Unsolved Mysteries is in its sixteenth season and still going strong. This is the third volume of the Netflix reboot of the series, and this season will be released in batches. Six of the nine episodes have now been released, with the remaining three coming November 1st.

There is no narrator in the reboot, but if you watch you can see an image of Robert Stack in the title sequence. Stack served as the longtime host of the original series. The season will not disappoint as more mysterious deaths, startling disappearances and bizarre paranormal activity are to be seen.

Barbarians II season 2

Barbarians II is the second season of Netflix’s original German historical war drama. The story is a fictional narrative of the occupation of Germania by the Roman Empire, which would lead to the rebellion of the Germanic tribe.

This season picks up on season 1 one year after the events in the Teutoburg Forest. But the fight is not over yet. Season 2 will see new heroes, new alliances, and new enemies.

Daniel enchanted

The new cartoon series Daniel enchanted, is available to stream now. Rated TV-Y7, this is a fantasy tale set in modern day New York City and magic is real.

Although the magic is hidden from the public, Daniel knows where to find it. He spends his days finding hard-to-find magical objects, but gets into trouble when he finds something very rare that could change the fate of the magical world. This gets the wrong people’s attention and he could be in danger.

drink master

A new reality series has hit the streamer. drink master takes your average cooking series to new heights. Featuring a creative collection of mixologists, the series shows you how some unique cocktail lounges work behind the scenes.

drink master 12 mixologists will compete for the title of Drink Maser and a $100,000 cash prize. The competition is of course making delicious cocktails, but staging is also an area the judges want to be impressed with. Cocktails range from dessert drinks to flights and more, and each challenge will test the talents of the participants.

Which Netflix shows are you most looking forward to this weekend? Let us know in the comments below. The 5 Best Netflix Shows for Halloween Weekend 2022: Cabinet of Curiosities


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