Travel Channel is embarking on its post-Anthony Bourdain life by adding four new series to its 2013 programming slate, which was unveiled today as part of Scripps Networks Interactive‘s upfront presentation today in NY. The lineup includes a new show from host Adam Richman, Adam Richman’s Fandemonium, which will premiere July 14. The other three greenlighted shows are the wilderness survival series Get Lost, the take-out food series Best Daym Takeout starring YouTube food critic Daymon Patterson, and the antique car restoration show Backroad Gold. Travel Channel also set premiere dates for Season 3 of Hotel Impossible (August 12) and Season 5 of Mysteries At The Museum (August 15).
Food Network is celebrating its 20th anniversary and along with sibling Cooking Channel will add more than 20 new series to its lineup, Scripps said today. HGTV unveiled nine new original series.
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Travel Channel has renewed eight series for its 2013 schedule, which network president Laureen Ong said is moving away from travelogues and “more towards a lean forward experience”. The renewed series are Airport 24/7: Miami, Baggage Battles, Bizarre Foods … Read More »
In September, Travel Channel added a trio of original unscripted series to its lineup. That same month, it renewed five series for second seasons. Today, the network says it has greenlit production on a group of six new original series that “transports viewers to the far reaches of the world.” The shows are food/travel series All Forked Up with food critics Al Mancini and John Curtas; Burger Land, hosted by George Motz on his quest for the ultimate hamburger; relic-hunters show DigFellas; competition series Fortune Diggers; Gem Hunt with Ron LeBlanc and Monumental Mysteries about America’s great landmarks and hosted by Don Wildman. Following are descriptions of the six new 2013 projects: Read More »
Talk about a full flight. Travel Channel today announced that five of its shows will be returning: Baggage Battles (November 14), Hotel Impossible (December 3) and Trip Flip (TBA in 2013) are coming back for second seasons. Also returning for … Read More »
Politics is in the air, literally. With the first of its Travel Like A .. limited series of specials, Travel Channel is going backstage and wheels up with Air Force One on Travel Like A President, … Read More »
The network has added a trio of original unscripted series that have already begun filming. The are journalist Geoff Edgers’ Edge Of America, which showcases the nation’s more bizarre forms of entertainment; Feed The Beast, which takes a look at places to get a late-night meal; and the Kevin Michael Connelly Project, which follows the author-photographer, who was born without legs, as he travels the world and overcomes his physical limitations. Six episodes have been ordered of each series. Here’ s Travel Channel‘s descriptions of the projects: Read More »