The Best Halloween Episodes On Disney+

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Vote up the best Halloween episodes available on Disney+.

These are the best Halloween episodes on Disney+, with lots of fun options for watching as a family. Your October watchlist may already be filled with great Halloween movies on Disney+ but sometimes you want something short and seasonal. Luckily this list of Disney+ Halloween episodes gathers together fan favorites from shows on Disney+ that you can watch now, ranked from best to worst by your votes.

With a huge library of shows that include everything from Disney Channel family sitcoms to ABC series and even favorites from Fox, Disney+ has some favorite old Halloween episodes for the whole family (and a few just for the grownups). From The Treehouse of Terror to Phineas and Ferb, there’s animation for anyone – and those who prefer live-action have their pick from series such as WandaVision and Once Upon A Time. Disney+ even has The Muppet Show, which already has monsters galore and goes all out for Halloween.

Which Disney+ Halloween episodes are the best? Vote up the best representatives of Halloween episodes that you can watch on Disney+, and see where your favorites rank.

  • The Simpsons - Treehouse of Horror V
    Photo: The Simpsons / Fox
    10 votes

    The Simpsons - Treehouse of Horror V

    There have been almost as many episodes of The Simpsons "Treehouse of Horror" as there are seasons - which is a notable number at this point. Even with all the competition, "Treehouse of Horror V" stands out, with shorts based on Stephen King's The Shining, Ray Bradbury's time traveling short story "A Sound of Thunder,"and Soylent Green. Opening with a Outer Limits parody and ending with a fog that turns people inside out, this Simpsons Halloween episode has a little bit of everything terrifying.

    • Original Airing: October 30, 1994
    • Season: 6
    • Episode Number: 6
  • The Muppet Show - Vincent Price
    Photo: The Muppet Show / ITC Entertainment
    11 votes

    The Muppet Show - Vincent Price

    Yes, The Muppet Show also had Halloween episodes with Alice Cooper and Alan Arkin, but it's their first Halloween episode, in which Kermit declares ther will be no "no craziness, no slapstick, and no silliness," that is one of the most memorable. Ghosts haunt backstage, more monsters than usual fill the screen, and even Kermit gets into the holiday fun during a skit with guest star Vincent Price.

    • Original Airing: January 31, 1977
    • Season: 1
    • Episode Number: 16
  • WandaVision - All-New Halloween Spooktacular!
    Photo: WandaVision / Disney+
    13 votes

    WandaVision - All-New Halloween Spooktacular!

    Set during the late 1990s to early 2000s, this episode of the one-of-a-kind Marvel series reunites Wanda and a new form of her brother Pietro while the family is out trick-or-treating in comic book-accurate costumes. But the happy Halloween doesn't extend to what Vision learns while patrolling with the neighborhood watch.

    • Original Airing: February 12, 2021
    • Season: 1
    • Episode Number: 6
  • Phineas and Ferb - The Monster of Phineas-n-Ferbenstein
    Photo: Phineas and Ferb / Disney Channel
    5 votes

    Phineas and Ferb - The Monster of Phineas-n-Ferbenstein

    In classic kids show tradition, this Phineas and Ferb Halloween episode takes the form of a story from Granpa Reg about a Victorian ancestor and his platypus monster. At the same time, Doofenshmirtz regales Perry with a tale of his ancestor, a scientist who creates a shape-shifting concoction.

    • Original Airing: October 17, 2008
    • Season: 1
    • Episode Number: 40
  • Boy Meets World - Who's Afraid of Cory Wolf?
    Photo: Boy Meets World / ABC
    6 votes

    Boy Meets World - Who's Afraid of Cory Wolf?

    After Cory is attacked by an unseen animal, the terrifying predictions of a fortune-teller he encounters at a yogurt parlor all come true. As the misunderstandings and misinterpretations pile up, Cory becomes convinced he is turning into a werewolf - although the scariest monster in this episode may be puberty.

    • Original Airing: October 28, 1994
    • Season: 2
    • Episode Number: 6
  • Kim Possible - October 31st
    Photo: Kim Possible / Disney Channel

    What's a kid's show Halloween episode without a little lesson? And since Halloween is a season of pretend it's easy for Kim to tell lies as she tries to impress her crush, and even easier for the cybernetic battle suit of the Centurion Project to take advantage of her mistruths.

    • Original Airing: October 11, 2002
    • Season: 1
    • Episode Number: 14