Critics are calling this ‘the scariest show on TV’

Amy Forsyth and Aisha Dee in Channel Zero: The No-End House. (Photo: Supplied/Showmax)
Amy Forsyth and Aisha Dee in Channel Zero: The No-End House. (Photo: Supplied/Showmax)

Cape Town - With Halloween only a few weeks away it’s the perfect time to binge on some spooky TV shows. 

What better way to kick things off than with the show that critics are calling “the scariest show on television”?

The second season of Channel Zero is now available on Showmax

Season 2, titled The No-End House, centres on Margot (Amy Forsyth) and Jules (Aisha Dee), two young friends who visit an eerie house of horrors with a series of disturbing rooms, each more frightening than the last. Upon returning home, Margot discovers that everything has changed.

The critically acclaimed series is created by Nick Antosca, who also executive produces alongside Max Landis. All six episodes are directed by Emmy nominee Steven Piet.


At the time of writing, Channel Zero: The No-End House had a rare 100% critics rating and an 87% audience rating on Rotten Tomatoes, where the critics' consensus is its "central mystery is stronger and scarier than Channel Zero's first, solidifying its status as one of TV's scariest horror offerings." 

Collider went further, saying, “Channel Zero retains its mantle as the scariest show on television, without question... The perfect show for the beginning of the Halloween season.”

And i09 hailed it as “skin-crawlingly spectacular... If you thrill to mind-warping horror stories, you do not want to miss this.”

Earlier this year, Channel Zero: The No-End House was nominated for the Saturn Award for Best Presentation on TV by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films - its second nomination in two years. 

Binge-watch Channel Zero: The No-End House, as well as season 1 (Candle Cove), on Showmax now