Stranger Things is undoubtedly one of the best horror/adventure series around but if you've finished the latest run, what's next?

We've curated list of recommended shows from a range of services including Netflix, Amazon Prime, Rakuten TV and free services like BBC iPlayer that we think all Stranger Things fans will love.

So if you're missing Stranger Things, here are some shows worth trying to fill that gap in your evening, or day.

Netflix

Locke & Key

  • Where: Netflix
  • When: Available now

Locke & Key follows three siblings and their mother to the ancestral estate of their murdered father, called the Keyhouse, where they find magical keys that unlock powers and secrets connected to the mysterious death. There's one season so far with 10 episodes to binge on and the cast includes Darby Stanchfield, Connor Jessup and Emilia Jones.

Fox

American Horror Story

  • Where: Rakuten TV
  • When: Available to buy now

One of the creepiest TV series around is still going, with nine seasons now, so you really must catch some of the previous years' box sets if you haven't managed to already. It also doesn't matter which you decide to jump on first, as each season is a self-contained mini-series, loosely based on terrifying true events and featuring an all-new cast each time. Previous stars have included Kathy Bates, James Cromwell, Jessica Lange and Lady Gaga.

AMC

Fear the Walking Dead

  • Where: Amazon Prime Video
  • When: Available now

Unlike parent series The Walking Dead, Fear... doesn't use storylines first adopted by the Robert Kirkman comic books, so has plenty of surprises even if you've read them. There have been five seasons so far, with a sixth on the horizon so there's plenty of zombie horror fun to be catching up with.

BBC

Inside No. 9

  • Where: BBC iPlayer
  • When: Available now

Created by and starring two-thirds of the League of Gentlemen, Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton, Inside No. 9 is a darkly comic series with nods towards Hitchcock and Hammer House of Horror movies. Each episode is a self-contained story inside a different number 9, whether that be a door number, train carriage or something more sinister.

Netflix

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

  • Where: Netflix
  • When: Available now

The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is a three-part series, each of which has between 8 and 11 episodes, that sees magic and mischief collide as half-human, half-witch Sabrina navigates between her mortal teen life and her family's legacy - the Church of Night. Cast members include Kiernan Shipka, Ross Lynch and Miranda Otto.

Universal

Grimm

  • Where: Amazon Prime Video
  • When: Available now

Homicide detective Nick Burkhardt (David Giuntoli) discovers that he is more than a police officer, he is also a Grimm - a guardian in the real world assigned to protect it against mythological monsters and dangerous creatures only thought to exist in fairytales. All six seasons are available to cram through as part of an Amazon Prime subscription.

Netflix

I Am Not Okay With This

  • Where: Netflix
  • When: Available now

Created by Jonathan Entwistle and Christy Hall, I Am Not Okay With This follows Angsty Syd navigating the awkwardness of high school, family drama and an unrequited crush on her best friend, while trying to control her budding superpowers. There's one season so far with seven episodes, all of which aren't longer than 25 minutes each so it's a nice and quick binge.

Channel 4

Garth Marenghi's Darkplace

  • Where: All 4
  • When: Available now

One of the funniest comedies of recent times and featuring Matt Berry and Richard Ayoade in early roles, Garth Marenghi's Darkplace is a spoof collection of spooky sci-fi shows, purportedly lost since the 1980s. "Horror writer" Marenghi (played by the superb Matthew Holness) presides over each episode to hilarious effect.

Fox

Sleepy Hollow

  • Where: Amazon Prime Video
  • When: Available now

The entirety of the Sleepy Hollow TV series is available to watch on Amazon Prime Video. It is based on the supernatural tale, "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow", but unlike the Johnny Depp-starring movie of the same name, the action this time is set in the present day. Ichabod Crane (Tom Milson) wakes up in modern day America after 232 years to find out the horrific Horseman is back.

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