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When the ratings for tonight's TV are tabulated on Thursday, there's little doubt what will top the charts — and it won't be the doings in Charlotte on the second night of the Democratic National Convention. (It won't be Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, either, for which civilization can breathe a sigh of relief.)
One of TV's biggest draws returns with the official NFL Kickoff 2012 on NBC (coverage starts at 7:30/6:30c), with the opening game of the season a rematch of the Giants and Cowboys.
Ghost Hunters' longtime co-lead investigator Grant Wilson is leaving the Syfy series this May, he announced on Wednesday's episode.
"While paranormal investigating has always been and will remain a passion for me, after enjoying nearly eight successful seasons on television, I have made the decision to leave the series in order to focus on...
Ghost Hunters Halloween Live
Ghost Hunters is going live again tonight for their sixth annual, six-hour Halloween special and it is gonna be a creepshow! This year, the TAPS team is returning to the notorious Pennhurst State School in Spring City, PA, a sprawling abandoned facility that's allegedly haunted by some very unsettled spirits who endured unimaginable stays at the former institution. TV Guide Magazine spent the hours leading up to Mischief Night with the crew as they set up for their All Hallow's Eve hunt to check out the creepy ...
Lions and tigers and scares... oh my! For tonight's episode (9/8c, Syfy), Ghost Hunters heads to the Philadelphia Zoo to see if there's something even wilder than critters residing in the 42-acre landmark. "This is our first chance to investigate a zoo," says TAPS' lead investigator Jason Hawes. "And to do it at the first zoo in America is great." Still, the site's history had Hawes' partner-in-paranormality Grant Wilson feeling a little cagey. "It's supposedly a Native American burial ground. William Penn's grandson had a house here, it's been a zoo forever...it could be totally different hauntings than we're used to."
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Investigator Britt Griffith powwows with Wilson and Hawes to map out the night's locations, which include a grassy knoll where spotting a ghostly Native American won't be their only problem...
Syfy has renewed Ghost Hunters for a seventh season, a rep for the show said.
The paranormal series will return with ...
Spook-philes Grant Wilson and Jason Hawes from Sci Fi's Ghost Hunters want to scare the crap out of you - at least that's how it felt listening to their haunting and ghostly encounters during part two of our interview with the duo. If you enjoyed their live Halloween special, you'll definitely want to hear Jay and Grant talk about the apparitions they've encountered over the years. We still have goosebumps ...and may need a night light
By day, Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson are ordinary plumbers. But as soon as they're off the clock, they become the paranormal investigators of Sci Fi Channel's Ghost Hunters. The reality series, which airs Wednesdays at 9 pm/ET, follows the Rhode Island natives as they attempt to track down things that go bump in the night.
TV Guide Online: How did you get interested in the paranormal?Jason Hawes: I founded The Atlantic Paranormal Society (TAPS) about 15 years ago after I had my own personal paranormal experience. Before it happened, I never believed in anything I couldn't see. After the experience, [the paranormal] became a passion.Grant Wilson: I'd had experiences when I was in my teenage years that I just couldn't explain. You go looking for answers for those kinds of events and you don't find them out there. I met up with Jason and we became good friends. We have the same kind of mentality toward it all.
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