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Travel Channel has greenlit 26 new episodes of the hit series Paranormal Caught on Camera.
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The show, which launched 13 February, posted a 50% increase year-over-year for its time slot in the US and ranks in the top three of all Travel Channel original series. Over 13.2 million total viewers have tuned into the first season to date, the network said. New episodes will air early in 2020.

“Paranormal Camera on Camera gets right to the good stuff, and delivers strange and unexplained phenomena that our audience can’t get enough of seeing,” said Matthew Butler, general manager, Travel Channel.

“These are head-scratching videos that are so crazy and unbelievable that you want to see them over and over again...and may convert even the biggest sceptics out there. Plus, it’s just plain fun to watch.”

Each hour-long episode of Paranormal Caught on Camera showcases paranormal videos from around the world, as a panel of experts and specialists breaks down the footage and analyses what exactly the eyewitnesses captured.