Destination America is bringing Ghost Brothers back for a second season, but not until using Halloween to try and catch viewers up on the first.
Longtime friends Marcus Harvey, Juwan Mass and Dalen Spratt already are working on additional episodes for the cable channel, which The Hollywood Reporter says fans should expect by next year.
After some unexplained personal experiences of their own, the three best friends ignored warnings from their religious upbringings about meddling with the dead, and set out on a mission to chase America’s most famous ghosts, utilizing their natural curiosity mixed with a comedic flair.
The three travel the country looking for some of the most haunting ghost stories, including a riverboat in Tennessee, an underground railroad in Ohio and a hotel and stagecoach station in Texas, according to the trade publication.
The three bring their own perspective as well. Spratt and Mass are fashion designers with their own label, while Harvey is a comedian.
Destination America, which first launched in 1996 as Discovery Travel & Living before adopting its current moniker in 2012, will have a Ghost Brothers marathon running from Oct. 26 to Nov. 2. The channel also will use Ghost Brothers episodes throughout the month, including extra footage.
The cable channel is owned by Discovery Communications, which also owns its flagship Discovery Channel as well as TLC, Animal Planet and Science.
It’s currently available in about 55 million homes, according to reports – a little more than half the homes Discovery Channel resides.
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