Amy Bruni and Adam Berry are no strangers to viewers of paranormal reality programming. Bruni and Berry have been investigating ghosts, spirits, and demons for more than a decade, both on the seminal Ghost Hunters and their own program, Kindred Spirits, which is about to enter its fourth season. Bruni, Berry, and renowned psychic Chip Coffey return to the Travel Network with 13 new episodes beginning on Friday January 3 at 9:00 p.m. and each episode features a variety of well-known locations as well as some spooky, hidden gems.
According to the official press release, Travel Channel has decided to pick up the second season of its new series Ghost Nation, starring the majority of the original Ghost Hunters crew: Jason Hawes, Steve Gonsalves, and Dave Tango.
The decision doesn’t appear to have been a difficult one, as the premiere of Ghost Nation was the second-highest rated debut for the network this year and one of their most consistent new series in terms of viewership, with over five million total viewers so far. read more
Paranormal investigation programs are more popular than ever, but the one that started the entire genre is ready to return to the airwaves after a three year hiatus.
The former SyFy Network hit Ghost Hunters returns as a new series on A&E this August and stars one of the original TAPS founders Grant Wilson. Wilson will also be joined by fellow investigators Daryl Marston, Kristen Luman, Brandon Alvis, Mustafa Gatollari, Brian Murray, and Richel Stratton on the series, which received an initial order of 20 episodes. read more
Many paranormal fans were upset to see Ghost Hunters leave the air in 2016, but with the popularity of ghostly programming all over the cable dial in recent years, it was only a matter of time before the trailblazers of reality ghost hunting television returned.
According to an official announcement by TAPS co-founder Jason Hawes, the boys are getting the van packed up for a triumphant return (this time on The Travel Channel instead of their original Syfy home).
According to the official press release, TLC will be bringing back their successful “Friday Night Frights” schedule this fall with the second season of Kindred Spirits and the new paranormal object series Evil Things starting on Friday, September 15 at 9:00.
Kindred Spirits features investigators Amy Bruni and Adam Berry (both alums of the grand daddy of paranormal research shows Ghost Hunters) as “…they help real people tormented by paranormal activity in their homes.” On the season opener, “Amy and Adam investigate one of the most infamous haunted homes in America: the Lizzie Borden House in Fall River, Mass. What was once a private residence-turned-murder scene is now a museum and B&B, where many paranormal teams have confirmed that the ghosts of the home’s original occupants still linger. Amy and Adam launch into one of their most harrowing investigations yet, but not to find the Borden family ghosts. Their unique goal is to help Sue, a tour guide, who believes her grandparents’ spirits are in the house trying to protect her from impending tragedy.” read more
TLC announced via a press release today that Ghost Brothers will return to TLC’s successful “Friday Night Supernatural Strand” on March 10th, 2017.
Season Two of Ghost Brothers will consist of eight episodes ranging from a visit to, “New Castle, Indiana to investigate paranormal claims at the historic Thornhaven Manor, a desolate sawmill nicknamed the “Mill of Death” in the bayou of Louisiana; the maze-like home of the Winchester Mystery House in San Jose; a haunted elementary school in Middletown, Ohio; the “White Witch” of Rose Hall in Montego Bay, Jamaica; and more.” read more