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What To Watch If You Love 'The Addams Family'

April 23, 2020 963 votes 61 voters 1.1k views42 items

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The Addams Family is a creepy, kooky sitcom that garnered the love and affection of hordes of fans thanks to its premise of a weird, yet lovable family of oddballs, but if you’ve finished watching the series, there’s no need for despair. There are plenty of movies and TV shows to watch if you like The Addams Family and we’ve compiled the best ones right here for you right here!

TV shows similar to The Addams Family often focus on outside-the-box thinking, the importance of family, and silly, spooky fun with a few supernatural elements. If you’re looking for more creepy comedies, The Munsters is sure to fill the void. The spiritual cousin to the The Addams Family, The Munsters also feature a freaky family of lovable oddballs as the focus. And if you think there aren’t also some good movies like The Addams Family, then think again, because we’ve found quite a few that are sure to tickle the fancies of even the hardest-to-please fans. Like 1991's The Addams Family, the big screen adapation of the classic '60s sitcom. And don't forget the sequel, Addams' Family Values.

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