It's Halloween tonight, and if you have no desire to leave the house, we don't blame you. Don't worry, you can be a complete homebody, and still get into the spirit by watching some television. Here are some suggestions as to how to make the best of your quiet Halloween night in. 

If you want to relive your childhood...

If it's a holiday and there's a Charlie Brown special available to watch, we always recommend you watch that holiday special. Hence, tune into ABC at 8 p.m. because the network is airing It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown, a wonderfully existential tale about Linus' hopes. If you haven't seen it, watch it. If you haven't seen it in a while, watch it. If you watch it every year, you know the drill. There are of course other nostalgic choices out there. ABC is running the Addams Family movies, Gremlins is on CMT, of all places. But really, it's all about the Great Pumpkin. 

If you want to be on top of the latest artsy, French, cult favorites...

The Sundance Channel is using the holiday to launch its run of the French series The Returned, a moody sort-of zombie drama. Sort-of meaning these undead aren't extras from The Walking Dead or World War Z, rather, they look like normal people and don't want braaaaaaains. The show has already gotten astounding reviews. At BuzzFeed Jace Lacob deems it "your next television obsession" and calls it "a gorgeously realized and innately creepy metaphysical drama, one that draws you in close… and then knifes you in the gut and leaves you for dead." At The Hollywood Reporter Tim Goodman says that "in almost no time, The Returned announces itself as smartly written, superbly cast and tremendously unsettling." It's on at 9 p.m.

If you want to laugh...

NBC is running a Saturday Night Live Halloween special, but we're okay with you boycotting it if you want to protest the preemption of a new Parks and Recreation episode. Instead watch Ghostbusters on Comedy Central starting at 8:30 p.m. 

If you want to do the whole horror thing...

It's really not our bag, and if you're really into horror, you probably should go out with a face full of fake blood. But if you inhabit the cross over demo of legitimately loving scary horror movies and not into the going out for the Halloween thing, there are a plethora of options. For instance, AMC has a marathon of the Halloween movies and IFC has the Saw movies. Really, you could probably press your remote at random and find some horror classics on tonight.

If you don't give a damn and just want teenaged angst...

Showtime has Mean Girls at 7:20 p.m. followed by The Perks of Being a Wallflower. You do you.