It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown, South Park, Supernatural

Break out the candy corn and hide under the blankets 2008 — it's our guide to Halloween TV! From creepies and crawlies to cartoons and classics, these are the most bewitching things to be watching.

Oct. 28

It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown, 8 pm/ET, ABC
Linus returns yet again to the pumpkin patch for this, the greatest Halloween special ever.

NCIS: "Murder 2.0," 8 pm/ET, CBS
As Halloween nears, a serial killer uses the Internet to taunt the members of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service.

Oct. 30

My Name Is Earl: "Little Bad Voodoo Brother," 8 pm/ET, NBC
While Earl plans a Halloween party, Randy discovers Catalina's nephew may have magical powers.

Supernatural, "It’s The Great Pumpkin, Sam Winchester," 9 pm/ET, CW
Castiel and Uriel issue an important warning for the Brothers Winchester.

The Office: "Employee Transfer," 9 pm/ET, NBC
Pam gets a nasty Halloween treat when she discovers she's the only person at corporate wearing a costume.

Nov. 1

Knight Rider, "Knight of the Living Dead," 8 pm/ET, NBC
Halloween gets scarier when someone murders a tech inside Knight Industries headquarters.

Nov. 2

The Simpsons, "Treehouse of Horror XIX"
After the already famous "Homer tries to vote for Obama" opener, Bart gets Lisa a haunted Transformer, and the Simpsons parody Mad Men, Planet of the Apes, and – gasp – Peanuts!

Nov. 10

South Park: "Spookyfish," 9:30, ET, Comedy
Stan suspects his pet fish may be involved in a series of unsolved murders that occur on Halloween — as Cartman goes on a spree of killing people with kindness.