Top 10 Horror Mini Series

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Need a horror mini series to binge watch? We’ll be looking at some of the best horror miniseries ever produced, including The Fades, The Stand, It, American Horror Story, Harper’s Island, Stephen King’s The Shining, and more. Join WatchMojo as we count down our picks for the top 10 horror mini series.

#10. “The Stand” (1994)
#9. “The Kingdom” [aka “Riget”] (1994-97)
#8. “The Langoliers” (1995)
#7. “Jekyll” (2007)
#6. “The Fades” (2011)
#5. “Harper’s Island” (2009)
#4. “Stephen King’s The Shining” (1997)
#3, #2 & #1: ????

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10 thoughts on “Top 10 Horror Mini Series

  1. For anyone interested in Harper’s Island. In some behind the scenes stuff it was revealed that only 1 actor knew who the killer really was until they were finally revealed on set towards the end. This was done as the director didn’t want any of the actors to act differently towards the character accidentally giving away the secret.
    Also none of the actors knew when they would die until the episode started filming. This also mean paranoia on set from the actors fearing when/if the director would appear behind them to give them the “Shoulder tap of death”, indicating they were about to be handed the scene in which they died.
    In my opinion this helped to create more tension and realistic acting performances from everyone.

  2. You guys left(stephen king’s)Kingdom Hospital – 2004, that show is great upon great, especially the music and how the sound was used, however I’m not entirely sure if it can be called horror, more like fantasy mistery, Andrew McCarthy was crazy good in that show, and it has one of my favourite “weirdo” actor Julian Richings .

  3. No TIMESTAMPS!! If WatchMojo keeps forgetting to remove that claim in the description, then I will keep complaining. Several recent posts do NOT have claim, making the presentation fine. Why are there still posts with the claim? How hard is it to edit and delete a handful of text? Why must WatchMojo kieep its head firmly up its won ass? SAD!

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