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Thursday, September 30, 2021

Discovery+ Is Getting Spooky This Season: Your Guide to All the Halloween Fun!

It’s the most wonderful time of year, the time where all things center around the best holiday of all: Halloween. Everyone’s entitled to at least one good scare over spooky season, and discovery+ aims to deliver many non-fiction thrills and chills with an extremely packed Ghostober schedule.

Discovery+ is the definitive non-fiction, real-life subscription streaming service. It features a wide range of exclusive, original series across verticals and focuses on lifestyle, food, travel, adventure, true crime, paranormal, and more. That means their Halloween programming will tackle everything: themed baking competitions, series centered around haunted attractions, shows about pumpkin carving, and a whole lot of spooky explorations into the paranormal and supernatural.

Ghostober is the first-ever cross-brand, cross-platform Halloween programming from discovery+, and will pack in over 50 hours of content across 14 series and specials — all in one convenient location, running now through Halloween night. Admittedly, that’s a lot to keep up with this spooky season, so here’s a guide to help you navigate all the tricks and treats.

Paranormal Caught on Camera

A brand-new season heralds in more terrifying encounters with the paranormal. A panel of experts take a look and analyze eye-opening and often bone-chilling videos of the paranormal from around the globe. Watch out Dana Scully, this series might make a believer out of the most skeptical.

New episodes every Thursday at 9pm ET/6pm PT on TRVL Channel and streaming on discovery+.

These Woods Are Haunted

Season three marks a return to the titular woods to tell true accounts of those that ventured in too deep and came back out screaming in terror.

New episodes every Friday at 9pm ET/6pm PT on TRVL Channel and streaming on discovery+.

The Alaska Triangle

Much like the Bermuda Triangle, Alaska features its own mysterious zone where aircraft disappears, people go missing, alien abductions are reported, Bigfoot sightings are shared, and the list goes on. Rest assured, experts and eyewitnesses will attempt to unlock its mysteries this season.

New episodes every Friday at 10pm ET/7pm PT on TRVL Channel and streaming on discovery+.

Halloween Baking Championship 

This season of the Food Network favorite pays tribute to 1980s classic slasher movies. The latest run kicks off with host John Henson welcoming the competitors to Camp Devil’s Food Lake, where only their baking skills will help them survive. Each week, the bakers must create killer cakes, creepy cupcakes, and more to showcase their skills in challenges that pay homage to quintessential horror films. Judges Stephanie Boswell, Carla Hall, and Zac Young determine whose desserts earn $25,000 and the title of Halloween Baking Champion!

New episodes every Monday at 9pm ET/6pm PT on Food Network and streaming on discovery+.

Halloween Wars (featuring Zak Bagans)

Paranormal investigator Zak Bagans has spent the last 15 years experiencing the scariest supernatural encounters ever recorded. Now, for the first time ever, he shares those experiences with the expert cake and sugar artists in the new season of Halloween Wars. Over the course of the season, Bagans takes inspiration from his collection of dangerous and mysterious artifacts from his Haunted Museum in Las Vegas to challenge the teams to create intricate cakes that are as frightening as they are tasty. One team will be eliminated in each episode by a panel of judges featuring award-winning cake decorator Shinmin Li, in addition to chefs and cookbook authors Aarti Sequeira and Eddie Jackson. The last team standing will earn $25,000.

New episodes every Sunday at 9pm ET/6pm PT on Food Network and streaming on discovery+.

Worst Cooks in America: Halloween Redemption 2

Four ghoulishly disastrous Worst Cooks recruits return for another stab at boot camp. Once again, all four will face their fears in the kitchen by tackling terrifying ingredients. With coaching from chefs Anne Burrell and Michael Symon, the culinary hopefuls will create a spooktacular feast for a panel of culinary experts. The recruits start by making a dish using a mystery ingredient they have all been assigned. After Anne and Michael pick their teams, the chefs will then teach them to make a buffet for a Halloween gathering in order to win culinary redemption and a kitchen upgrade worth $5,000.

This special is currently airing on the Food Network and streaming on discovery+.

Ghost Adventures: Goldfield Hotel – October 1

New paranormal incidents find the Ghost Adventures crew revisiting Goldfield, Nevada for this Ghostober special. In a highly personal and emotionally charged investigation, Zak Bagans, Aaron Goodwin, Billy Tolley, and Jay Wasley revisit the haunted town where their journey began to settle a feud and face the bloodied past inside the infamous Goldfield Hotel.

This two-hour special premieres October 1st on discovery+.

The Haunted Museum – October 2

The creepy collection of haunted artifacts housed inside Zak Bagans’ Haunted Museum are getting the spotlight in The Haunted Museum, a new horror film anthology series produced in collaboration with filmmaker Eli Roth. The series presents frightening and hellish tales, all inspired by the spooky relics on display in Bagans’ Las Vegas museum. Scripted shorts, produced by Roth and his accredited team, will bring Bagans’ curated vault to life with the man himself providing featured commentary.

The two-episode premiere begins streaming on Saturday, October 2nd via discovery+.

Outrageous Pumpkins – October 3

Host Alyson Hannigan takes the traditional Halloween pastime to the next level in the latest season. Seven extraordinarily talented pumpkin carvers battle it out in an outdoor pumpkin competition that defies imagination. Each week, the carvers dive headfirst into the most insane, eerie, and outrageous challenges executing their intricate Halloween designs to impress judges Terri Hardin and Marc Evan. Only one will earn the coveted title of Outrageous Pumpkin Champion and take home $25,000.

The series premieres on Sunday, October 3rd at 10pm ET on Food Network with streaming on discovery+.

House Haunters – October 7

Anthony Anderson and his mother Doris Bowman lead this new prank series from the producers of Impractical Jokers. Working from a nearby, unmarked van, Anthony and Doris will scheme to scare, startle and surprise unsuspecting house hunters, real estate agents, handymen, and even a few HGTV stars. Together, they execute humorous hijinks with creepy dolls coming to life, mysterious pests on the loose, and various home decor that has a mind of its own. The brand-new series begins streaming — or, shall we say, “haunting” — Thursday, October 7th, and will feature six half-hour episodes.

The series premieres on Thursday, October 7th on discovery+.

Eli Roth Presents: A Ghost Ruined My Life – October 8

From master of horror Eli Roth, A Ghost Ruined My Life shares the shocking stories of hauntings that have left emotional and physical scars on those unlucky enough to have experienced them. Equal parts terrifying and evocative, every hour-long episode will expose viewers to the real-life stories of survivors who have been dragged through hell and back and now struggle to rebuild their shattered lives.

The two-episode premiere begins streaming on Friday, October 8th via discovery+.

The Dead Files – October 23

Former NYPD homicide detective Steve DiSchiavi and physical medium Amy Allan are back on the case. Utilizing his detective skills, DiSchiavi interviews witnesses and experts, and researches the history and facts behind each haunted location. Allan, a physical medium who sees and communicates with the dead, assesses the property to identify what underlying entities reside there. Keeping their findings hidden from each other, the team avoids all contact with one another. They come together only at the very end to reveal their shocking discoveries to the property owners, and each other.

New episodes begin Saturday, October 23rd at 10pm ET/7pm PT on TRVL Channel and streaming on discovery+.

Jack and Kelly Osbourne: Night of Terror “The Queen Mary” Special – October 24

Jack Osbourne introduced his sister, Kelly, to the paranormal last year and turned her skepticism into a curiosity of the unknown. Now, he’s bringing her to the queen of all haunted locations – the RMS Queen Mary. For decades, people have ventured onto the ship, docked in Long Beach, California, for a glimpse at the other side. However, since it shut down to the public in early 2020 when the Coronavirus pandemic struck, the hallowed halls of this once-elegant ocean liner have grown silent, but far from empty. The skeleton crew of security and maintenance workers have experienced unsettlingly aggressive paranormal activity including scratches, threatening footsteps thundering down the hall and vivid apparitions. Now, Jack and Kelly will come aboard to investigate the infamous ghost ship alone.

The two-hour special begins streaming on Sunday, October 24th via discovery+.

Ghost Hunters – Halloween

New Season Sneak Peek – Special Halloween Event

The revival of the series that started it all is here! Ghost Hunters comes exclusively to discovery+ with a brand-new season featuring original team leader Jason Hawes, joined by Steve Gonsalves, Dave Tango and Shari DeBenedetti. A special Halloween event kicks off the new run as the TAPS team takes back the paranormal reins in epic haunted locations. Joining the hunt inside one of America’s scariest prisons are a few familiar faces and special guests, including Amy Bruni and Adam Berry (Kindred Spirits, Ghost Hunters). The one-hour episode offers fans a new sneak peek of the series, as a special Halloween event on discovery+.


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