The 100 Lives of Black Jack Savage, on NBC
Disney Wiki; IMDb; Retro Junk; TV.com; TV Tango; Wikipedia
I must have watched this on CBC; it's possible they aired the series, or at least the TV movie pilot, as part of The Wonderful World of Disney. Or not, I dunno. Anyway, there was a ghost of a pirate named Black Jack Savage, who had to save 100 lives to make up for the lives he'd taken when he was alive, so he could "pass on," or whatever. I don't know. And I think some people were helping him. Anyway, it didn't last long, but I think I liked it. And I'd like to see it again sometime. (It's a shame it didn't last long enough for Jack to save all the lives he needed to before it was cancelled.)
Aftermath, on Space (Canada) / Syfy (USA)
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I can't watch this, since I don't currently get Syfy. But it seems like something I might want to check out, someday. When I do, I'm not sure if I'll put the review in this category, or in "science fiction," or "weird," or what. But the description I've read mentions supernatural beings, so "supernatural & paranormal" seems like a good bet.
Ash vs Evil Dead, on Starz
Amazon; A.V. Club; Deadites Online; IMDb; PopHorror; Starz; TV.com; TV Tango; TV Tropes; Wikia; Wikipedia
This is based on the "Evil Dead" movie franchise, and stars Bruce Campbell (the star of the movies), as well as Lucy Lawless. I can't watch it because I don't currently get Starz, but I'd probably like to re-watch the movies before watching it, anyway. And I have no idea when I'll get a chance to do that.
Brimstone, on FOX
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This was a very short-lived series (only 13 episodes), and I'm pretty sure I didn't get a chance to see all of it. Nor do I really remember any of it that I did see. But I'd really love to see the whole series sometime. There was this cop named Ezekiel Stone, who was killed by a criminal a couple of months after Stone had killed his wife's rapist. Stone went to Hell, but the Devil (played by John Glover, who I'd later get to know better on Smallville) made a deal to give him a second chance at life, if he could return 113 escaped souls back to Hell. And that's all I can say.
Channel Zero, on Syfy
Amazon; A.V. Club; Candle Cove Wiki; Dread Central; IMDb; Syfy; TV.com; TV Tango; TV Tropes; Wikia; Wikipedia
So I guess this is going to be an anthology-by-season, in the vein of American Horror Story. The first 6-episode season (based on Candle Cove) premiered in October 2016. Apparently, each season will be based on a self-contained "creepypasta," a term which, until I researched this series, I kind of thought applied specifically to stories on creepypasta.com, but now I see that it can refer to pretty much any urban legend-type of story that gets shared online. Anyway... I'd like to watch the show, but I don't currently get Syfy.
Charmed, on The WB
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I decided not to watch this when it started, but later I kind of wished I had. Anyway, it's about these three sisters who are witches (good witches, of course), though in one of the seasons one of the characters was replaced by someone else. I dunno. A remake began in 2018, which I don't have the chance to see. And I'd probably prefer to wait until I've seen the original series, anyway.
Cleverman, on SundanceTV (USA) / ABC TV (Australia)
ABC TV; Amazon; A.V. Club; IMDb; SundanceTV; TV.com; TV Tango; TV Tropes; Weta Workshop; Wikia; Wikipedia
Haven't been able to see this since I don't get Sundance, but it seems like something I might be interested in. If and when I get to see it, I may have to reconsider how to categorize it (possibly as "superhero"), but based on what little I know, "supernatural" sounds about right, for now.
Dead of Summer, on Freeform
Amazon; A.V. Club; Dread Central; fansite; Freeform; IMDb; TV.com; TV Tango; TV Tropes; Wikia; Wikipedia
I can't watch this, since I don't currently get Freeform. And I don't know much about it, but it's something I'd probably like to check out someday. (If and when I do, I may consider putting the review in the "period" section, or at least putting a link to it there, even if I put the review in the supernatural section, or some other section like "campy" or "mysterious" or whatever.) And I should put a link on the "summer series" page.
A Discovery of Witches, on Sky One (UK) / AMC & BBC America & Shudder & Sundance Now (USA)
All Souls Trilogy Wiki; Amazon; AMC; A.V. Club; Bad Wolf; BBC America; Deborah Harkness; IMDb; RLJ Entertainment; Shudder; Sky; Sundance Now; TV.com; TV Tango; TV Tropes; Wikipedia
This is based on a series of books I've wanted to read since the first one came out, but I haven't gotten to any of them yet. And I'd probably like to do so before watching this series.
The Dresden Files, on Sci-Fi Channel
Amazon; IMDb; Lionsgate; Thrilling Detective; TV.com; TV Tango; TV Tropes; Wikia; Wikipedia
This aired for one season in 2007. I don't remember why I didn't watch it. But I can say that it's based on a series of books that I haven't read.
The Nine Lives of Chloe King, on ABC Family
Amazon; Freeform; IMDb; TV.com; TV Tango; TV Tropes; Wikia; Wikipedia
When this aired in 2011, I'm sure I at least watched the first episode, possibly more. But I didn't see much of the series (which only lasted one season). Years later the show would occasionally come to mind, and I couldn't remember whether I'd chosen to stop watching because I wasn't sufficiently interested, or maybe because there was something on another channel that was more important to me. Now that I'm writing this entry for it, I realize that it started airing not long before I lost access to ABC Family, so that probably had something to do with it (though I'm fairly sure I must have stopped watching even before that happened, perhaps because I didn't want to get too invested when I knew I wouldn't get to see all of the series). Whatever the reason, it's something I'd like to check out again someday. Especially since I later saw the show's star, Skyler Samuels, on Scream Queens....
Outcast, on Cinemax
Amazon; A.V. Club; Cinemax; Crave; IMDb; Skybound; TV.com; TV Tango; TV Tropes; Wikia; Wikipedia
I don't get Cinemax.
Van Helsing, on Super Channel (Canada) / Syfy (USA)
Amazon; IMDb; Syfy; TV.com; TV Tango; TV Tropes; Wikia; Wikipedia
Can't watch it, because I don't get Syfy.
Wynonna Earp, on Syfy
Amazon; Crave; CTV Sci-Fi; IMDb; Syfy; TV.com; TV Tango; TV Tropes; Wikia; Wikipedia
This is based on comic books that I haven't read. I can't watch it because I don't currently get Syfy, but it seems like something I might want to check out someday.
Other stuff, other networks
On Halloween 2015, I was adding an entry for "Ash vs Evil Dead" to this page, and when I saved the page, it cut off everything below this point, so now there are a bunch of supernatural shows that are just gone, and I have no idea how many there were, or what most of them were. (The main reason I have pages like this is because I can't remember things.) So I'm super pissed about that. But I'll try to list anything I can think of (but without all the links for each show that I used to have; just Wikipedia, for now). Hopefully there weren't too many more than this, but there probably were. Sigh.
From Dusk till Dawn: The Series, on El Rey (A.V. Club)
G vs E, on USA Network/Sci-Fi Channel
Kolchak: The Night Stalker, on ABC (preceded by two TV movies)
The Librarians, on TNT (Crave)
Lost Girl (Gold Label), on Showcase (Canada) / Syfy (USA)
Medium (CBS; Dread Central), on NBC/CBS
Penny Dreadful, on Showtime (USA) / Sky (UK) (Crave)
The Strain, on FX (PopHorror)
Witches of East End, on Lifetime
Wolf Lake (TWoP), on CBS/UPN