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A new kid arrives in a peculiar small town full of supernatural occurrences, and he discovers he's vital to the long-standing battle between good and evil going on there.
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The Secret Path - Part 1
Sat, Oct 26, 2013 30 mins
Adam moves into town and finds a spider-lizard creature in his room in Part 1 of the two-part series premiere of this mystery show about a new kid arriving in a peculiar small town full of supernatural occurrences.
The Secret Path - Part 2
In the conclusion of this two-part series premiere, Adam and his new pals are transported to 1771, where they see witchcraft accusations unfold and realize the scenario could be connected to something in the present.
The Evil House
Wed, Oct 30, 2013 30 mins
A little boy is pulled into a deserted house on Halloween, so the trio investigate the situation and discover they're turning into their costume alter egos.
The Howling Ghost
Sat, Nov 2, 2013 30 mins
The kids encounter a ghost at a lighthouse while they investigate the disappearance of a young boy.
The Haunted Cave
Sat, Nov 9, 2013 30 mins
Adam traces the path of his lost mom to a dangerous, sealed-off cave.
The Thing in the Closet
Sat, Nov 16, 2013 30 mins
Sally is spooked by the "fear eater," which stalks her from her bedroom closet.
The Fire Inside
Sat, Nov 23, 2013 30 mins
Sally is hurt in gym class and then grows very ill, so the gang search for an antidote in Shadowmire.
The Wishing Stone
Sat, Nov 30, 2013 30 mins
The kids find a curious cube while hiking and learn that it can grant them each a wish, but there's a high cost for these wishes.
The Wicked Cat
Sat, Dec 7, 2013 30 mins
Supernatural cats come to town and turn Sally into a kitten, so Adam and Watch seek a remedy from Ann.
Sat, Dec 14, 2013 30 mins
Watch isn't feeling merry during the holidays until he strikes up a friendship with a new girl, but he doesn't realize that she's from a different world.
The Dark Corner
Sat, Dec 21, 2013 30 mins
Ann tries to retrieve Adam's missing mom, but she sends the kids into a parallel dimension instead.
Sat, Mar 8, 2014 30 mins
Sally heads to the yacht club with her family and sees a teenage boy get snatched by a large mutant-crab pirate.
Flowers of Evil
Sat, Mar 15, 2014 30 mins
Ann transfers to Sally's school, much to Sally's chagrin, but the girls must work together to defeat a malicious plant filled with dangerous pollen.
Sat, Mar 22, 2014 30 mins
A deadly fog engulfs students and leads them to vanish from a deserted logging camp.
Sat, Mar 29, 2014 30 mins
Watch has his tonsils removed, and then they come alive, so he and his pals must locate them before they cause damage to others.
Sat, Apr 5, 2014 30 mins
A vampire attacks students during a blood drive at the high school.
Fathers and Sons
Sat, Apr 12, 2014 30 mins
A camping trip takes a frightening turn when a large beast attacks the campsite.
Sat, Apr 19, 2014 30 mins
Dangerous lawn gnomes target Sally when she's home alone.
Oh Monster, My Monster
Sat, Apr 26, 2014 30 mins
Frankenstein's Monster helps Watch confront some bullies. Elsewhere, Adam takes his driving test with a peculiar instructor.
Sat, May 3, 2014 30 mins
Sally must solve a mystery involving the mayor's history in order to save Adam and Watch from an enchanted maze.
Sat, May 10, 2014 30 mins
Laurel's old memories resurface after she encounters Moorpark, but Ann and Adam land in danger.
Sat, May 17, 2014 30 mins
Adam wakes up in an alternate reality in which he's not friends with Sally and Watch.
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Spooksville is an action/adventure television series created by Christopher Pike, based on his book series of the same name. It aired for one season on Hub Network from October 26, 2013 to May 17, 2014 .
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The new kid in town discovers that he holds the key to a battle between good and evil that has been taking place for centuries in a bizarre small town that plays host to a wide array of supernatural and unexplained occurrences.
- Keena Johnson as Adam Freeman - A teenager who moves to Springfield along with his father. He discovers many secrets along with his friends, including one about his supposedly deceased mother, revealing that she is formerly lived in Spooksville and is one of the few people who knows its strange and dark secrets. He eventually finds out through a magical spell by Ann Templeton that his mother is alive.
- Katie Douglas as Sally Wilcox - A fearless and sarcastic girl, who also is trying to discover the many secrets of Spooksville, mostly the main reasons for the bizarre events that take place there.
- Nick Purcha as Watch Everly
- Morgan Taylor Campbell as Ann Templeton - A teenage girl who lives along in a manor called Shadowmire, along with her servant Moorpark. She is revealed to come from a long line of witches, starting from the town witch Madeline Templeton, who back in the era of the Salem Witch trials was punished and cursed the entire town of Spooksville.
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- Samuel Patrick Chu as Brandon
- Steve Bacic as George Freeman
- Kimberly Sustad as Madeline Templeton - The witch responsible for cursing the entire town of Springville before her supposed execution.
- Peter Bryant as Moorpark
- Frank C. Turner as The Mayor
- Jacqueline Samuda as Mrs. Waverly
- Reece Alexander as Officer Dugan
- Harrison Houde as Stanley "Scaredy" Katzman
- Glynis Davies as Principal Blackwater
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Spooksville is an action/adventure live action television series that premiered on the Hub Network on October 26, 2013. The show is based on the book series of the same name.
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- Based on the acclaimed book series by author Christopher Pike, the new kid in town discovers that he holds the key to a battle between good and evil that has been taking place for centuries in a bizarre small town that plays host to a wide array of supernatural and unexplained occurrences. The half-hour series is produced by Front Street Pictures and Springville Productions in association with Jane Startz Productions.
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- The series ran for one season and 22 episodes.
- 1 October 10, 2010
- 2 June 28, 2014
- 3 November 2, 2013
- Keean Johnson as Adam Freeman
- Katie Douglas as Sally Wilcox
- Nick Purcha as Watch Waverly
- Morgan Taylor Campbell as Ann Templeton
- Steve Bacic as George Freeman
- Peter Bryant as Moorpark
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Spooksville is an adventure/horror series on The Hub . Based on the book series by acclaimed author Christopher Pike, the new kid in town discovers that he holds the key to a battle between good and evil that has been taking place for centuries in a bizarre small town that plays host to a wide array of supernatural and unexplained occurrences. It has a running arc of Adam trying to find his long-lost mother and her whereabouts during her disappearance, but, for the most part, the show plays out like Eerie, Indiana meets Goosebumps (or So Weird minus the traveling musician angle and mixed with Eerie, Indiana ).
The series premiered on October 26, 2013, and is made by the same people behind The Haunting Hour . Because of The Hub's change to Discovery Family and the fact that The Haunting Hour has been canceled, it's safe to assume that this show is not coming back.
Tropes for the book series can be found here .
This series provides examples of:
- Adaptation Distillation : As expected, some of the stories are trimmed down to make it work in a 22 minute format.
- Adaptation Expansion : The series adds an ongoing arc about finding Adam's mom that was not present in the books, which were mostly stand-alone.
- Adaptation Explanation Extrication : In the books, Watch wears his watch to keep track of what time it is where his family lives, as they are spread out. In the show, this is not the case so there's no special reasons for why he wears them.
- Adaptation Dye-Job : In the book version of The Wicked Cat , Sally is turned into a brown cat, to match her hair, but in the show, she is a white cat.
- A mild example: In the books, Sally's real name is Sara, but this is not mentioned in the show so chances are that Sally is her real name in the series.
- The Howling Ghost changes the ghost's name from Evelyn to Jane.
- The cat from The Wicked Cat is named Jessie in the book, but is called Danielle in the episode.
- As noted below, Watch doesn't fully believe in the supernatural, thinking it's just all scientific, while in the books, he was fairly accepting of the supernatural existing.
- In the books, Bum is fairly well adjusted but in the show, he is a bit nuttier.
- Adaptation Title Change : A mild example, the episode of Invasion of the No-Ones removes the first part, leaving it as just "The No-Ones".
- Adaptational Angst Upgrade : Adam having a Missing Mom gives him more emotional baggage than he had in the books.
- Adaptational Backstory Change : The No-Ones from The No-Ones go from being the souls of humans that come from another planet, to being energy beings from the beginning that are from another dimension, which they destroyed due to their thirst for power . Also counts as an Adaptation Species Change .
- Adaptational Explanation : The book of The Evil House didn't explain how Marvin using a spell to make him live longer brought him to said house. The episode changes it so that a witch offered him this chance and sent him to the evil house, on the condition that he lure kids into it.
- Adaptational Jerkass : In the books, Bryce Poole is a heroic, if somewhat egocentric person. In the series, he is a bully. He's also dumber .
- In the books, Madeline Templeton is implied to be evil but it's left up in the air how true that is, and she seems fine enough when they see her in ''Time Terror'. In the show, she is portrayed as fully evil.
- While Ann is complicated in the show and does some shady things, she was nicer and more helpful from the start in the books.
- Danielle in The Wicked Cat and Tira in The No-Ones were portrayed sympathetically in the book and became good by the end, but are more straight forward villains in the episodes.
- Adults Are Useless : The adults on the show are usually blind to the weird goings on. Any time they are directly exposed to it they rationalize it away. The one exception, a former vampire hunter, refuses to get involved or help the kids.
- Age Lift : In the books, Ann was an adult but in the show, she is closer to the kids' age. The kids themselves go from being 12 to being teens.
- Agent Mulder : Watch and Sally. Played with in Watch's case, as although he believes in the paranormal, he is very rational and even skeptical at times. In other words, he's an Agent Mulder who doesn't believe in If Jesus, Then Aliens .
- All Guys Want Cheerleaders : In Stone, Adam wakes up in a reality where he's captain of the football team and Sally is head cheerleader. The two of them had apparently dated until Adam broke up with her and started going out with Ann. To add insult to injury, he did this right before the school's Spring Fling . Sally was... not amused .
- Ascended Extra : In the books, Madeline Templeton only appears in one book via time travel, as she is long dead. In the show, she attempts to bring her spirit back, and becomes a more prominent element. A smaller example is Adam's father, who only appears physically in the first book but appears more in the show. Then there's Sally's parents, who are only mentioned in the books but appear in the show.
- Ambiguously Evil : Ann Templeton
- Battle of the Bands : One of the unproduced Season 2 episodes would have the gang enter such a competition as they suspect one of the groups plans to summon an ancient demon.
- Becoming the Costume : The Evil House has this happen to the gang after entering the titular house.
- Beach Episode : Shell Shock
- Bigger on the Inside : The cardboard box that The Mayor lives in.
- Borrowed Catchphrase : Watch says Sally's catchphrase, "What the what?!", in Fathers and Sons . Sally's parents say it in Shell Shock
- Bottle Episode : Gnome Alone , which is set only in and around Sally's house. Additionally, Sally is the only character present for most of the episode.
- Breather Episode : The Dark Corner , which was darker and featured a big change at the end, is followed up by Sell Shock , a goofy story about a pirate-crab monster.
- Broken Masquerade : Deconstructed in The Wishing Stone , when Adam's dad learns of Springsville's paranormal activity, and almost immediately decides to take Adam and get the hell out of Dodge. In the end, Adam uses the wishing stone to turn everything back to normal and make it so that way the trio never finds the stone .
- Catchphrase : Sally has "What the what?!"
- Cell Phones Are Useless : Played for horror in Phone Fear , where answering a phone gets you picked off by a mysterious fog.
- Chekhov's Gun : Early on in The Wishing Stone , Watch shows off a fake laser gun that had become real during a previous episode. Later on, they use it to stop the debt collector robot.
- Christmas Episode : The No-Ones . The book it's based on wasn't one though.
- Cliffhanger : Stone ends with them having subdued Madeline for now, but Adam's mom is still out there and they are determined to stop Madeline for good.
- Composite Character : Cindy's role being reduced makes it so that Sally will sometimes take the role she served in the original book, such as Sally being the one to become a fairy princess in The Evil House
- Crazy Homeless People : The Mayor.
- Cryptid Episode : Fathers and Sons , where Adam, Watch, Adam's Dad, and Officer Duggan run into Bigfoot while on a camping trip.
- Ann gets her moments too, like when Sally asks her to "magic us home" in "Phone Fear". She responds thusly:
- Jack from The Wicked Cat is an interesting example. In both versions he was trapped in a cave to rot. But in the book, he's still in a weird state of being undead when Adam gets trapped there. In the episode, he is fully dead.
- Decomposite Character : The Evil House , The Wicked Cat and Invasion of the No-Ones all had Madeline Templeton involved in the villain's backstory. The episode versions change each one into a different Templeton.
- The Mayor/Bum to an extent. In the books he had a bigger role when he showed up, giving the kids exposition on the Monster of the Week but in the show he does not know as much as he has a smaller role overall.
- Did I Mention It's Christmas? : While The No-Ones is a Christmas episode, it's only apparent at the very beginning and very end, and it isn't too important to the story.
- Even Nerds Have Standards : Even Watch makes fun of Stanley.
- Enemy Mine : Sally and Ann, briefly, in Flowers of Evil .
- The Homuncali in Ann's basement seem to be a stand-in for the trolls she had in the books.
- Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep" : Played with, The Mayor is referred to as such even though he only used to be the mayor.
- Face�Heel Revolving Door : Ann
- Fantasy Kitchen Sink : Spooksville seems to be under constant attack from everything—- alien parasites, witches, vampires, ghosts—- you name it, it's probably been in the town.
- Gadgeteer Genius : Watch
- Harbinger of Impending Doom : In The Secret Path , Adam and his father are approached by The Mayor, who warns them to get out of town.
- Held Back in School : In Phone Fear , Bryce implies that it's his seventh time attending a (yearly) school field trip.
- Humans Are the Real Monsters : Madeline Templeton is just a human (albeit a powerful Wicked Witch ) and is by far the most evil character in the show (indeed, most of the monsters turn out to not actually be evil at all.)
- In Name Only : While the episodes based on certain books at least try to keep the general story intact, The Dark Corner and Phone Fear keep the title and nothing else.
- I Never Said It Was Poison : How Adam discovers that he's trapped in a dream world created by Madeline in Stone .
- Immortality Immorality : Madeline Templeton is immortal due to her magically possessing all her descendants and changing them into clones of herself. Ann only avoids this because she has the Raven Stone.
- Innocuously Important Episode : Critical Care is mostly just a weird episode about tonsils coming to life, but it also ends with Adam's mother looking out at Shadowmire, which foreshadows the twist that she is actually Madeline Templeton.
- Journey to the Center of the Mind : In The Maze , Adam and Watch end up in The Mayor's memories, in a place designed like a maze made out of cardboard boxes. His memories start fading as they go on and by the end he has lost them completely.
- Karma Houdini : Madeline Templeton . While the kids manage to escape her in the final episode, she doesn't actually get stopped or punished in any way. The episode ends with them vowing to stop her and find Adam's mother, and, given that at least another season was planned, they probably did intend for both to happen eventually. Unfortunately, the show was cancelled after the first season.
- Kick The Son Of A Bitch : In an early episode The Haunted Cave , the team lets Ann get sneezed on by a giant monster and Covered in Gunge after she yells at them, at which point she screams in disgust. While this comes across as pretty Disproportionate Retribution at the time (as from her point of view, she's just getting mad that some people she barely knows are in her garden without permission), considering what she would eventually turn out to be like, she kind of had it coming.
- Magic Knight : Ann Templeton is both a witch and skilled in swordplay.
- Magic Versus Science : Ann Templeton for magic and Watch for Science. Ann embraces magic as something beyond science. Watch views it as "weird science" buried under mumbo jumbo. Both are shown to be correct in different ways. The magic is a form of eldritch energy manipulation that does not work according to the principles of modern science such as words affecting chemical interactions. Watch's refusal to initially recognize this nearly gets Sally killed at one point. Often, the only difference is the terminology and worldview.
- Love-Interest Traitor : Tira in The No-Ones .
- MacGyvering : Watch tends to do this a lot due to being so smart. Sometimes it almost comes across as a Deus ex Machina . In one episode he makes what's basically a force-field generator out of a broken mirror, bottle, and CD player.
- Missing Mom : Adam's mother, who disappeared two years before the events of the series. Adam's search for her makes up a major part of the series' Myth Arc .
- Memory Gambit : Madeline alters her memories to make herself believe that she's Laurel in order to be transported back into her home dimension.
- Mythology Gag : In Fathers and Sons , the kids are surprised that The Mayor, who is homeless, has a job to which he responds with "What do you think I am, some sort of Bum?". This is a nod to his original name in the books.
- Named by the Adaptation : Watch is given a last name: Waverly. Also, The Maze reveals The Mayor/Bum's real name on a plaque during a flashback.
- Na�ve Newcomer : Adam
- New Transfer Student : Ann transfers to Lizzie Borden High School in Flowers of Evil .
- Nice Mean And In Between : Of the main three, Adam is the nice (being a kind, friendly, and idealistic ) Sally is the mean (being rather sarcastic and cynical, but still ultimately a brave and good-hearted girl , and Watch is the In-between (He's not quite as nice as or heroic as Adam but still a decent kid in general.)
- Non-Malicious Monster : The cave creature in "The Haunted Cave" didn't actually want to eat anyone, it just couldn't avoid digesting them once they literally climbed into its stomach. There's also Bigfoot in Fathers and Sons who was just protecting their kids .
- Only Friend : Before Adam came along, Watch and Sally were each other's only friend, as the other kids shun them due to their interests in the supernatural.
- Our Gnomes Are Weirder : In Gnome Alone , Sally gets attacked by her mother's garden gnomes because she accidentally broke their leader and hid him to avoid getting into trouble.
- Our Vampires Are Different : The vampires in this series have most of the standard weaknesses (garlic/holy water/wooden stake to the heart), though sunlight is a major exception to this.
- Parent with New Paramour : In Fathers and Sons , Officer Dugan has been dating Watch's mom and Watch is not happy about it, especially since Dugan is a bit hard on him at first. He naturally warms up to him later.
- It may actually be entirely conscious- in Fathers and Sons , Watch mentions that Springville police protocol is "safety first." The officers ' safety, that is.
- Polite Villains, Rude Heroes : Ann always acts nice to Adam but is a literal witch who almost always has ulterior motives, while Sally is rather rude and sarcastic but actually does care about Adam, and is usually completely right in distrusting Ann.
- Properly Paranoid : Watch and Sally.
- Retired Badass : Blood Drive reveals that Principal Blackwater used to be a vampire hunter and retired after she accidentally staked a human .
- It's downplayed but Critical Care reveals that Watch likes Cindy, which was not explicitly clear in the books, although there's at least one Ship Tease .
- Scary Black Man : Moorpark, Ann Templeton's guardian/mentor.
- The title of the episode, Gnome Alone . Sally even does the famous scream at the end.
- In "The Secret Path, Part Two" Watch says "When you've eliminated the impossible, whatever's left, no matter how stupid or ridiculous, has gotta be the truth."
- When asked who he is in "The Evil House", Watch (who is in the process of Becoming the Costume ), responds " Some people call me the space cowboy.
- In The Fire Inside , Watch says "One does not simply walk into Shadowmire"
- In The Dark Corner , the first zombie points at them and makes a creepy sound that is a riff on the iconic moment from Invasion of the Body Snatchers .
- Critical Care briefly features a tanning salon called Miskatonic .
- Soap Opera Disease : Marvin in The Evil House was put under a spell in order to avoid dying from a sick-ness, and said sickness is not identified. (The book specified that it was pneumonia)
- Spared by the Adaptation : The monsters in The Thing in the Closet are all killed off by the kids in the book, but survive in the episode. Same goes for the debt collector robot in The Wishing Stone , although at first it seems like he is dead before he gets back up.
- That's No Moon : The titular cave in The Haunted Cave turns out to be a creature, and they went right into its stomach.
- Team Member in the Adaptation : Due to being aged down, Ann is able to be an official part of the team in some episodes,
- Teeth-Clenched Teamwork : Happens with Sally and Ann every time they have to work together.
- The Tonsillitis Episode : Critical Care , where Watch has to get his tonsils out and they come to life .
- Trapped in TV Land : One of the unproduced Season 2 episodes would have the gang getting sucked into a bad 80's slasher movie.
- Trademark Favorite Food : The Mayor really likes pie.
- Twisted Christmas : Christmas in Spooksvlle involves some deliciously twisted versions of Christmas carols.
- Vampire Episode : Blood Drive
- Run. Scratch the above. Turns out that Adam's mother was really Madeline the whole time.
- Weirdness Censor : Everybody in town "knows" that spooky stuff happens in town, but finds ways to either ignore or rationalize it away.
- Wild Card : The best way to describe Ann after the events of Run and Stone .
- Xanatos Gambit : Ann Templeton pulls one off in The Fire Inside. She discretely casts a life-threatening curse on Sally and offers our protagonists a cure in exchange for the Raven's Eye. However, knowing that they would refuse and in fact break into her home to retrieve the cure themselves, she eventually helps them save Sally, all in a ploy to gain their trust and leading them to believe that she's merely an Unwitting Pawn and that Moorpark's the true mastermind. It later comes to question whether the latter is a lie or the truth.
- Your Vampires Suck : Adam: Wait! Vampires don't sparkle , do they? Watch: No! That would be stupid!
- Zombie Apocalypse : In The Dark Corner , the gang and Ann are transported to an alternate dimension Spooksville with most of its inhabitants turned into zombies.
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