CLEVELAND — It's that time of year!
With Monday marking Halloween, members of the 3News GO! team are getting into the holiday spirit. On Monday, Hollie, Maureen, Danielle, Dave, Austin and Brianna -- as well as some surprise guests -- unveiled their various Halloween costumes, featuring some family favorites, local heroes, popular TV shows and a callback to one of the show's most memorable moments.
The segment started with 3News' Russ Mitchell and Laura Caso tuning into our streaming app, WKYC+. Once there, they checked out an episode of "The Office," featuring some familiar faces from our own office.
From there, they went from comedy to drama, with the help of a special crossover episode of "Cleveland P.D." and Cleveland Fire. The segment even featured some helpful trick-or-treat safety tips for adults and kids alike.
After that, Russ and Laura once again alternated between comedy with "Schitt's Creek" and drama with "Game of Thrones."
After that, they decided it was time for a movie, with the Sanderson Sisters from "Hocus Pocus" performing their rendition of Blondie's "One Way or Another."
And finally, some harsh words about boy bands inspired Dave and Austin to reprise their roles as the Backstreet Boys.
More Halloween coverage from WKYC:
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- Where to see the coolest Halloween decorations in Northeast Ohio this year
- Creative Halloween costume ideas that come from items you already have in your closet
- Haunting in Ohio? The story of the Ceely Rose murders at Malabar Farm
- 10 most haunted places in Northeast Ohio from Mansfield Reformatory to Franklin Castle
- Olmsted Falls man who gained national attention for massive skeleton display last Halloween has new tricks up his sleeve for 2022
- One classic Halloween costume keeps ruling Google's most-searched list
- Hundreds of zombies to fill Wadsworth streets for 'Thriller' dance: Sneak peek
- 'It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown' won't air on TV this year
- Is 'Halloween Ends' really the end?