By Luaine Lee McClatchy-Tribune Information Services The kids don’t have to go trick or treating to summon a fun-filled Halloween. Television has conjured up their spookiest adventures to usher in that creepiest time of the year. Parents can suffer their own chills and far fewer calories in front of the tube. Starting off with the Queen of the Underworld, Catherine Bell, will once again cast her magic spell as the Good Witch in “The Good Witch’s Wonder,” premiering on the Hallmark Channel Saturday. This marks the seventh installment of the highly rated series of movies starring the bewitching Bell. This time she hires somebody to help in her store only to find they are harboring a dark and stormy past. The show airs at 9 p.m. (ET/PT).
Destination America’s new show “Ghost Stalkers,” will attempt to answer that infernal question “where do we go when we die?” as the two hosts dog the portals of the supernatural. Both claim to have had near-death experiences which has fired their passion for the unknown. “Ghost Stalkers” airs on Sunday at 10 p.m. Investigation Discovery’s new series, “Your Worst Nightmare,” airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m., is twice as scary because it’s true. The show follows a true-crime through its bone-chilling progression. Interspersed in the action are comments from crime experts, local lawmen, psychologists and testimonials from friends and families of the real-life victims.