Best Horror Series
Essentially giving us two seasons for the price of one, the final season of Hannibal adapted both Thomas Harris’ Red Dragon as well as parts of novels Hannibal and Hannibal Rising. Of course, all shoved mercilessly through Bryan Fuller’s beautiful art-horror kaleidoscope - leading up to a tragically fitting end for both Will Graham and Dr. Lecter. Read IGN's Full Review
Let the will of the people be known. The People's Choice winner for Best Horror Series 2015 is Hannibal. Thanks for voting!
Penny Dreadful returned with another ghoulishly gorgeous season of witches, werewolves, demons, and demigods. With Satan commanding a coven of “Nightcomers” to capture Eva Green’s Vanessa, Season 2 would prove to be our heroes toughest challenge yet. Read IGN's Full Review
Lucy Lawless joined the cast as a powerful witch rival to Janet Montgomery’s Mary Sibley. Obsessed with how a “low witch” like Mary could have successful completed the Grand Rite, Lawless’ Countess Marburg stopped at nothing to bring about the Devil’s return to the world of the living.
FX's The Strain was a pleasure to watch this year as it focused on Eph's bio-weapon, Quinlan's rise to prominence, and the fiendish machinations of Herr Eichors. Read IGN's Full Review
Rick and his fellow survivors found themselves in the township of Alexandria. A walled community that was probably “too safe” to be sound. As in, those who lived there already had no idea how to cope with the outside zombie-filled world. And they were either going to fall in line with the “Ricktatorship” or become walker chow. Read IGN's Full Review
After more than two decades, Bruce Campbell’s Deadite decapitating Ash Williams returned for a new blood-soaked Starz sequel series - from none other than Evil Dead creators Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert. Yes, the badass band was back together and demons everywhere were sent cowering.
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