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Forget Halloween. TV shows have thrills and chills all year-round

For years now, television has greeted the end of October by rolling out special Halloween-themed episodes and slasher fare, but never before has it seemed so absurd. Not because Halloween isn't socially significant — All Hallow's Eve became an official American holiday when some genius...

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