With Hotel Translyvania 4 announced, I think we can all officially agree that, somehow, we love the Hotel Transylvania franchise. When it first launched, I think we were all a bit skeptical; this was the time when Adam Sandler was coming off a string of some real box office bombs, including Grown Ups, Zookeeper, That’s My Boy, and, the worst offender of all, Jack and Jill.
But then we saw Hotel Transylvania and fell in love, and now it’s an October essential.
So, if you’re looking to watch Hotel Transylvania on TV this October, here’s how you can watch it:
When is Hotel Transylvania on TV?
If you’re wondering when you can watch Hotel Transylvania on TV in October 2019, you can find the entire list of when it’ll be shown on Freeform (who has the exclusive cable rights for it) below:
Note: all times in EST.
- Sunday, October 6th: 8:15PM
- Monday, October 7th: 6:20PM
- Friday, October 11th: 7:15PM
- Tuesday, October 15th: 4:45PM
- Sunday, October 20th: 7:45PM
- Monday, October 21st: 6:25PM
- Saturday, October 26th: 9:45PM
- Sunday, October 27th: 7:05PM
- Tuesday, October 29th: 8:55PM
- Wednesday, October 30: 6:45PM
Is Hotel Transylvania on Netflix?
While Hotel Transylvania 3 and the Hotel Transylvania Series are on Netflix, the original Hotel Transylvania movie is NOT on Netflix.
Amazon Prime Video
You can stream Hotel Translyvania on Amazon Prime Video for just $3.99, or you can buy the digital download Hocus Pocus version to keep for $9.99.
You can rent Hotel Transylvania online via Google Play for $3.99 or you can buy the digital download for $12.99.
You can stream Hotel Transylvania on iTunes for $3.99 or buy it for $14.99 here.
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You can stream Hotel Translyvania on Vudu for $2.99 or buy it in SD for $13.99.
You can rent Hotel Transylvania right on YouTube for $2.99 here.
What is Hotel Transylvania About, Anyway?
Hotel Transylvania begins in the year 1895, where Dracula builds a resort in Transylvania that is hidden away from the humans to raise his family after his wife was killed during a mob of angry humans.
Present-day, his daughter, Mavis, is all grown up and the resort has become Hotel Transylvania, a place where frightful monsters stay to vacation away from the humans. Mavis is turning 118 this year, and her dad is throwing her a grand party to celebrate at the hotel.
Just as the festivities are about to begin, a human stumbles across the hidden hotel. Jonathon is a 21-year-old boy whom Dracula decides to disguise as a monster to hide him from his daughter as well as all the monsters staying at the hotel. Mavis discovers Jonathon the ‘monster’ and falls in love with him.
She is convinced he is her soulmate, disregarding her father’s disapproval. Mavis soon starts to realize that maybe humans aren’t as bad as her father sets them out to be. This romantic comedy with a frightful twist is a wonderful animated adventure about the other side of the life monsters live—hiding away from the humans and in some cases, falling in love with them.
More About Hotel Transylvania
This film is considered classic, morning cartoon material. It will keep the attention of the younger crowd while being pleasantly tolerated by the adult audience as well. Hotel Transylvania is a children’s comedy that is rated PG for some rude humor, action and scary images. It is the perfect mash-up of Halloween monsters and on-going humor.
It was released in 2012, and was a smash hit, bringing in about $350,000,000 gross worldwide. Though the humor is geared towards a younger crowd, the film is still enjoyable for parents to join in on the fun. Look into the sequels, Hotel Transylvania 2 and Hotel Transylvania 3 to keep the frightful fun going!
Hotel Transylvania Cast
The actors/actresses featured in this animated film are another great reason why this movie has captivated the attention of so many. The main characters are played by the following: Dracula is played by Adam Sandler, Jonathon is played by Andy Samberg, Mavis is played by Selena Gomez, Frankenstein is played by Kevin James, Eunice is played by Fran Drescher, Wayne is played by Steve Buscemi, Griffin is played by David Spade, and Murray is played by CeeLo Green. It is definitely a must-see during this year’s Halloween movie season!