Kristen Stewart (of the Twilight movies) held a casting call a year ago to find 5 queer paranormal investigators for her new reality TV series. Living For The Dead is the result, and it’s a hoot. Get the review after the jump.
History’s Most Haunted follows the ladies from Haunted Gold Rush as they embark on paranormal investigations scattered across North America. Get the scoop after the jump.
In October 2023, Haunted Discoveries premiered on T+E, a Canadian cable channel, as part of Creep Week. This show follows 4 investigators using scientific means to capture ghostly activity. It features 2 former cast members of Ghost Hunters (A+E). Get the full review after the jump.
In October 2023, Jack Osbourne extended his series, Night Of Terror, to a 5 episode mini-series on Discovery +. It’s nothing new in the niche, and you may find it pedestrian compared to his other shows. Get the scoop after the jump.
In this Q&A post, Jake of Ghostly Activities answers questions about the life and skills needed to be a paranormal documentarian. Get the scoop after the jump.
The Dead Files made an abrupt casting change halfway through Season 15, so I thought it was time to take another look at this true crime-meets-psychic procedural. Get the scoop after the jump.
Conjuring Kesha debuted in July 2022 for a 6 episode run. Get a review of the full season with light spoilers.
On December 18th, Kindred Spirits returned on both Travel Channel and Discovery+. Amy and Adam investigate a former Masonic hall and find something in the basement. Get the scoop after the jump.
Expedition X stars Josh Gates, Phil Torres and Jessica Chobot. They investigate aliens, ghosts and cryptids, but in a more scientific way than other genre TV shows. It may just be the best paranormal show airing right now. Get the review after the jump.
Ghost Brothers: Lights Out debuted in April 2021 on Discovery+ as a streaming exclusive. It follows a trio of ghost hunters investigating some of the most haunted places in the US. Get the review after the jump.