Halloween is still a few days away, but don't fret, there is plenty of frighteningly good TV on this week to bide the time. From NBC's latest time travel to the drop dead scariest show on television, and of course, the reveal of who was on the wrong end of Lucille – here are this week's five must-see shows.

'The Walking Dead,' Sunday Oct. 23, 9 p.m., AMC

It's Glenn, right? Wait, Maggie? Eugene? Can't be Daryl. Can it be Daryl?! It can't be Daryl. We will soon find out who Negan's victim was from the gruesome Season 6 finale.

'Timeless,' Monday Oct. 24, 10 p.m., NBC

Primetime's latest time-travelling heroes take their act to Nazi Germany, where they encounter one of history's most iconic literary figures – Ian Fleming, who served as a British spy during World War II before he would eventually be the man to pen the James Bond novels.

'Ben & Lauren: Happily Ever After?', Tuesday Oct. 25, 8 p.m., FREEFORM

Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the woods… Ben and Lauren are joined by some of their 'Bachelor' friends for a camping trip – but all hell breaks loose when Chad shows up. Let's just hope he doesn't catch anyone drinking mimosas, right Chris Harrison?

'Modern Family,' Wednesday Oct. 26, 9 p.m., ABC

Wait, you're telling me the Dunphys' Halloween party doesn't go as planned? That's crazy. Shenanigans and hilarity aplenty as the gang gets all costumed up for an annual dose of tricks and treats.

'Hellevator,' Friday Oct. 28, 9 p.m., GSN

So yeah, this show is friggen terrifying. You can keep your zombies and teeth children – this is literally insane levels of horror being thrust upon the brave souls who step foot off the elevator. This week, it's models. Who doesn't love seeing pretty people losing their sh*t?!

Posted by:Eric Anderson

Eric Anderson is the Managing Editor of Screener. He has been covering the ins and outs of the entertainment world since before Al Gore invented the internet. His entire world was forever changed the day Rebecca Howe walked into "Cheers." He now spends his days fighting for DVR space against "Sesame Street" reruns. TV words to live by: "No more half-measures, Walter."