Peacock Adds ‘For You and Your Boo’ Halloween Horror Collection

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Peacock has added a new For You and Your Boo collection in time for Halloween 2023, making it easier for subscribers to find a wide selection of horror movies to watch this October.


With Halloween approaching, various streaming services have started adding collections and hubs for subscribers. Last week, for example, Max added a new House of Halloween hub with the ability to filter content by scare level. Likewise, Paramount Plus has brought back its Peak Screaming collection for Halloween 2023.

Now, it is the turn of Peacock. The NBCUniversal streaming service is home to more than 500 Halloween horror titles, and the new For You and Your Boo section is an easy way to find and start watching many of the most popular.


Interestingly, the new For You and Your Boo collection was announced as part of a wider Halloween and horror-themed partnership with Tinder. As part of that partnership, Peacock and Tinder surveyed singles and found that Horror was the second-favorite genre to watch on a date.

Furthermore, the survey also found that Halloween, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Chucky, The Purge, and Saw were some of the most popular horror choices to watch with a date.

Tinder Peacock survey
Source: NBCUniversal

All of these titles are available to watch on Peacock right now, and all of them can now be accessed directly through the new For You and Your Boo collection.

For those new to Peacock, and also existing Tinder users, it is worth noting that you might be eligible to get 2 months of Peacock for free by redeeming a code that’s exclusively available in the Tinder app.


For those simply looking for more horror content to watch this Halloween in general, Shudder is always a good option. While Shudder hasn’t announced any major Halloween sales or discounts yet, it is possible to get an extended 30-day free trial to cover you throughout October and, of course, Halloween night itself.

John Finn

By John Finn

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