Halloween is still more than two weeks away, but scary business will fill plenty of TV hours.
FX has already started another round of its “American Horror Story” series, this one subtitled “Coven.”
And at 8 p.m. Sunday, fans of “The Walking Dead” will be clustering around their TV sets for the fourth-season premiere of that series.
AMC, which airs “Walking Dead,” further believes that fans of its zombie show cannot get enough scary business, and is using “Walking Dead” to begin its latest Fearfest of horror movies.
In its 17th year, the festival will include more than 70 movies, especially ones from famous franchises like “Friday the 13th.”
The third through 10th movies in that series will air beginning Monday; there will also be showings of half a dozen movies from the “Halloween” catalog, four from the “Tremors” cycle, plenty of Chucky and the Candyman, some Stephen King and even the revisionist-horror of “Scream.” Also scary snakes, awful aliens and good and bad Omens.