Discovery+ Ghost Hunters Stream New Episodes On New Years Day

Photo by Caryn Schlossberg, Stephanie Sarcona/discovery+; From left to right: Destination Fear’s Alex Shroeder, Tanner Wiseman and Dakota Laden join the TAPS team Shari DeBenedetti, Dave Tango, Jason Hawes and Steve Gonsalves.


Discovery+ Ghost Hunters Stream New Episodes On New Years Day

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The reboot of the paranormal show Ghost Hunters follows Jason Hawes, Steve Gonsalves, and Dave Tango, along with Shari DeBenedetti as they crisscross the country, searching for answers in the nation’s most haunted locations. 

“It’s such a great feeling doing what we love together as a team and under the show name that created a genre,” said Hawes. “Ghost Hunters is back with the names and faces you recognize, investigating some incredible locations with new equipment and in our style.”

The team is a host of experts of paranormal backgrounds that add their points of view and prowess to each unique case. Armed with state-of-the-art technology, proven methodology, and special guest investigators, the team investigate disturbing, chilling paranormal activity.

“This whole new season of Ghost Hunters has some of the creepiest locations, best evidence, and familiar faces that the viewers will be excited to see,” said Tango. “I’m excited for everyone to get that classic Ghost Hunters nostalgia they’ve been missing, but in a whole, fresh new way.”

Paranormal investigators explore the specific locations in a weekly one-hour 12 episodes: the Old Joliet Prison in Joliet, Illinois; a haunted hotel with a dark past in Nebraska; a brewery in Pittsburgh; and a Virginia castle that might have visitors from outer space. 

“We found ourselves in some truly frightening situations this season that helped us capture some of our best evidence to date,” added Gonsalves.

Check out the trailer for Ghost Hunters:

Hello, I'm Michele, the freelance online/article writer in New York, New York. I have written local and general content for Particle Media's Newsbreak in December 2020 after 1-year contributing articles. Either way, I'm glad to be here.

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