New Horror TV Shows 2022

A new list of recently released and upcoming horror tv shows for this year.

We are back with a new list of recently released and upcoming horror tv shows for 2022. As usual, there is quite a bit of variety in the genres so I hope to hook you up with something suitable to your liking. Let’s get to it!


The plot for The Cannibals sounds like a delightful blend of Danish cannibal comedy, The Green Butchers and Mexican cannibal film, We Are What We Are. It follows a family who owns a small business; a butcher shop. They find those old family traditions are hard to break when the dead girlfriend of the son is bought back to the butcher shop.


I am sure, Interview With The Vampire needs no introduction. The long-awaited tv adaptation of Ann Rice’s classic novel and retelling of the classic cult 1994 horror of the same name.

The plot for the series is still unknown but it will follow Le Stat, Louis and their newly transformed kid vampire, Claudia as they slay and kill through the years feeding their hunger, embracing eternal life and facing eternal damnation.

The series is created by Rolin Jones who has writing credits on a serious amount of great tv including, including Weeds, Boardwalk Empire & Friday Night Lights.


I think this one just recently got released on Netflix and it sounds damn good. Feria: The Darkest Light is brand new cult horror series about two sisters who find out that their parents were involved in mass murder when 23 bodies are all found in a disused mine.

That’s all I wanted to know. I am a big fan of the cult sub-genre so I am really looking forward to checking this out.


Starring Courtney Cox and Greg Kinnear, Shining Vale is a new supernatural horror series that was recently released on Starz. A family move into a new home with a dark past that still lingers. No one seems to notice apart from Pat (Courtney Cox) which leads her to think she is either depressed or possessed.

This sort of sounds like a plot that has been done to death. It still has a strong cast though so that’s why it makes the list.


This could be a favourite series from this list. And, according to Amazon Prime, Outer Range was just released on the 15th of April. Again, this is a series I want to know as little as possible about.

Starring Josh Brolin and Imogen Poots, Outer Range follows a Wyoming farmer as he deals with a fathomable mystery on his land.

When I hear that glorious word “fathomable”…you know what I think? I am sure you do: H.P Lovecraft. This sounds delightfully Lovecraftian and that’s the best sci-fi we could ask for.

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I know people who will welcome this idea and people who will detest it. Dead In The Water is yet another spin-off in The Walking Dead universe, more specifically, Fear The Walking Dead. We are going back to the start of the infection again and this series focuses on a group of soldiers all trapped inside a submarine as the news of the zombie apocalypse sweeps across the world.

I think this sounds like a nice idea. But, just like The Walking Dead, there are always a few great seasons then it slips into soap opera style. However, I was told to go back to The Walking Dead and TBH, I am glad I did. I have skipped lots of seasons but started back on season 10. It is good…not great but defo worth watching again. The writing is way better and the FX is some of the finest gore and makeup you’ll ever see in any production. I think I owe it to myself and to the series that I complete the 12 seasons…even if I sipped about 4 of them.


A new Netflix horror anthology series created by the master himself, Guillermo del Toro. Del Toro has hand-picked a handful of filmmakers to bring us a collection of live-action horror stories. No plot details have been revealed for the episodes.

The cast includes Andrew Lincoln, Peter Weller, Crispin Glover, Rupert Grint, Tim Blake Nelson and many more.

That’s it for this list. As always, thanks for reading.

Article by GG

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