Don’t expect to find “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” on TV while flipping through channels in October 2018. There are no showing listed at this time, but that doesn’t mean that fans have to miss out on doing the Time Warp this Halloween season.

“The Rocky Horror Picture Show” doesn’t have much to do with Halloween, but it’s weird, fun and involves wacky costumes, so it’s no surprise that it’s a favorite around this time of year. The musical follows Brad and Janet, two perfectly normal newlyweds who run into some car trouble and end up at Dr. Frank-N-Furter’s house. The couple makes plenty of new discoveries as the Doctor unveils his creation: a beautiful man named Rocky.

Of course, the easiest option is to buy or rent the movie. Rental prices for “Rocky Horror” start at $2.99 on YouTube, Amazon, Vudu, Google Play and more. The DVD is just $7 on Amazon.

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"The Rocky Horror Picture Show" is not airing on TV in October 2018, but that doesn't mean fans have to miss out. 20th Century Fox

As far as streaming goes, there doesn’t seem to be any options for the original. It is not on Netflix or Hulu. However, fans can watch Fox’s 2016 made-for-TV remake on Hulu while “Glee” fans can check out the “The Rocky Horror Glee Show” episode on Netflix. Still, it’s hard to beat the original 1975 movie, which stars Susan Sarandon, Tim Curry, Meatloaf and more.

If you’re willing to ditch your living room, however, there are some fun “Rocky Horror” experiences to share with other fans.

Many theaters will do late-night showings of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” throughout October. Bow Tie Cinemas has a few locations with showings on the weekend before Halloween, and AMC is set to have select screenings as well.

A few select theaters have special screenings that include a Q&A. Star Barry Bostwick, who played Brad Majors, is in the middle of a mini-tour to discuss the cult hit. He’ll be at the Kodak Center Theater in Rochester, New York on Oct. 28 and at the Keswick Theatre in Glenside, Pennsylvania on Oct. 30.

Several theaters across the country will do live performances as well. Check with your local theaters or to see if they’re participating.

Fans venturing to public showings of either the film or stage musical should check with the theater to see if they allow the traditional props to be used during the screenings. If they do, it’s sure to be a good time. “Rocky Horror Picture Show” audiences tend to know the film well, so they’re prepared for every line. From throwing toilet paper for the “great Scott” line to squirting each other with water guns during the storm scene, the “RHPS” fans are always prepared. Check out tips for “virgins” before heading to the show.