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This is a list of programs currently or previously broadcast by Travel Channel, an American cable television network devoted to travel; Discovery, Inc. serves as the majority owner and owns a 65% stake in the network, with cable television provider Cox Communications owning the remaining 35%.[citation needed]

Current programming[edit]

Aired regularly[edit]

  • Adam Richman’s Best Sandwich in America, a show where Adam Richman attempts to find the best sandwich in America by trying sandwiches throughout the country and pitting them against each other
  • Airport 24/7: Miami, created and produced by 2C Media, chronicles the daily life of the staff at Miami International Airport
  • The Alaska Triangle
  • Alien Highway
  • Amazing Eats, re-edited footage from Man v. Food, grouped by theme rather than city
  • America Declassified
  • Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations, an award-winning reality series hosted by Anthony Bourdain that is a fusion of cooking and travel shows
  • Baggage Battles
  • Bert the Conqueror, presented by Bert Kreischer as he takes on big thrills while traveling across America
  • Bizarre Foods America, a spin-off of Bizarre Foods, this time focusing on the United States rather than international travel
  • Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern, a reality series hosted by Andrew Zimmern that focuses on weird and unique cuisines of different cultures and also incorporates some off-beat tourist destinations
  • Booze Traveler
  • Buried Worlds with Don Wildman
  • Chowdown Countdown
  • Church Secrets & Legends
  • Code of the Wild
  • Daytripper, Travel Channel’s weekday daytime programming block which features a variety of repeat showings from the network as well as travel themed programming from Food Network
  • The Dead Files, a paranormal series that features psychic medium Amy Allan and former NYPD homicide detective Steve DiSchiavi as they investigate locations that are reported to be haunted
  • Destination Fear
  • Dhani Tackles the Globe, a show hosted by Cincinnati Bengals middle linebacker Dhani Jones as he travels around the world to participate in national sports of countries; these sports are not normally played, or sometimes even known about, by Americans
  • Edge of America, a culture and travel show hosted by Geoff Edgers, showcasing bizarre and unique forms of American entertainment and food
  • Expedition Bigfoot
  • Famously Afraid
  • Ghost Adventures, a paranormal series following four ghost hunters (Zak Bagans, Aaron Goodwin, Billy Tolley and Jay Wasley) as they investigate reportedly haunted places around the US and abroad
  • Ghost Adventures: Quarantine
  • Ghost Adventures: Serial Killer Spirits
  • Ghost Brothers: Haunted Houseguests
  • Ghost Loop
  • Ghost Nation, a paranormal series following former members of Ghost Hunters, Jason Hawes, Steve Gonsalves, and Dave Tango as they help paranormal researchers in their investigations across the United States.
  • Ghosts of Morgan City
  • Haunting in the Heartland
  • The Holzer Files
  • Hometown Horror
  • Hotel Impossible, Anthony Melchiorri visits hotels in need and tries to help them by redesigning the rooms and other areas of the hotel
  • Hotel Paranormal
  • Insane Coaster Wars, hosted by coaster experts who count down and talk about the most insane coasters throughout the world
  • Into the Unknown
  • Kindred Spirits, a paranormal series following former members of Ghost Hunters, Amy Bruni and Adam Berry as they investigate residences to determine if recurring paranormal activity is tied to the families living there
  • The Layover, a reality series hosted by Anthony Bourdain that explores places to go and eat in a city within 24 to 48 hours
  • Lost in the Wild
  • Lost Secrets
  • Most Terrifying Places
  • Mountain Monsters
  • My Horror Story
  • Mysteries at the Castle
  • Mysteries at the Monument
  • Mysteries at the Museum, hosted by Don Wildman who reveals the stories behind museum artifacts of unusual or mysterious origins
  • Mysteries at the National Parks
  • Paranormal Caught on Camera
  • Portals to Hell, a paranormal series that follows Jack Osbourne and Katrina Weidman exploring haunted locations, searching for irrefutable evidence that a spirit world exists.
  • Ripley’s Believe It or Not!
  • Samantha Brown’s Great Weekends
  • Sand Masters, a reality show (only airs on Sundays) where the most unusual sand sculptures are made
  • Strange World
  • Top Spot, a travel show featuring three hotels where vacationers choose the best hotel
  • Trending Fear
  • Trip Flip, hosted by Bert Kreischer; he offers free vacations to an unknown travel location
  • True Terror with Robert Englund
  • Witches of Salem
  • Xtreme Waterparks, an extreme look at some of the wildest water park slides in the world
  • The Zimmern List, hosted by Andrew Zimmern who shares his personal recommendations on the food and places he loves to eat

Specials[edit]

  • Travel Channel Uncut takes the “bloopers” from the shows listed above and makes them into an episode/special of this series.

Aired occasionally or previously[edit]

  • 5 Takes, a reality show that lets viewers control the action
  • Adventure Bound
  • Appalachian Stories, a documentary series about Appalachia, originally produced and shown in Knoxville, Tennessee, as The Heartland Series[1]
  • Are You Game?, game show host Todd Newton travels to Japan to appear on the game show Urakage
  • Arthur Frommer’s Almanac of Travel
  • Bite Me with Dr. Mike, in which virologist Dr. Mike Leahy experiences close encounters with some of Earth’s most dangerous creatures
  • Bizarre Collections (special), visits five unusual collections: Anthony Toth’s airline memorabilia; Bob Grove’s airline barf bags; Audra Kunkle’s collection of the macabre; Rich and Flo Newman’s toilet paper samples; and Richard and Judith Lang’s art made from beach trash
  • Bridget’s Sexiest Beaches, in which Bridget Marquardt searches for the most beautiful beaches in the world
  • Caprice’s Travels, a series following the host Caprice as she travels around the world
  • Cash and Treasures, hosted by Kirsten Gum, features places around the United States and the world where the public can dig for valuable gemstones and artifacts
  • Castles of Horror, a documentary series that journeys to castles from all across Europe
  • Cruises We Love!, a 12-episode series that showcases everything from mainstream cruise lines to exclusive ships
  • Culture Shock, a program hosted by Shenaz Treasurywala, showing “peculiar customs and bizarre traditions” of various cultures around the world
  • Distant Shores, featuring the couple Paul and Sheryl Shard sailing to interesting or exotic places
  • Dream Riders, in which a father takes his son on a 4,000 mile bike journey across America in an effort to rebuild their relationship
  • Drew Carey’s Sporting Adventures, a show hosted by comedian Drew Carey as he travels the world photographing football (soccer) matches
  • Extreme, showcases everything extreme, from swimming pools to very large ants
  • Flight Attendant School
  • Food Paradise, finds the ultimate food paradises in America
  • Food Wars, a show where food feuds are settled
  • Forbes Luxe 11, a glimpse at 11 escapes for the super affluent
  • Fred Willard’s American Festivals
  • Get Packing
  • Globe Trekker
  • Great Getaway Game
  • Great Hotels, a reality series hosted by Samantha Brown that checks into hotels all over the country deemed as “great” values and stays
  • Great Park Adventures, hosted by Russell Shimooka, shows adventures at North American national parks
  • Great Sports Vacations
  • Hotel Impossible: Showdown, a spin-off of Hotel Impossible where successful hoteliers compete for a prize of $25,000
  • Joan Cusack’s Local Flavor
  • Journeys to Remember
  • Lawrence of America, a show hosted by English-born journalist Lawrence Beldon-Smythe that exposes America and its subculture
  • Lonely Planet Six Degrees
  • Made in America, hosted by John Ratzenberger, features stories of the best people, places, and products in the US
  • Madventures, a Finnish travel show that focuses on low-budget backpacking
  • Man v. Food, a show where Adam Richman partakes in food competitions
  • Man v. Food Nation, the fourth season of Man v. Food, in which Adam Richman coaches others to take on food competitions
  • Mark & Olly: Living with the Tribes, a reality series that follows Olly Steeds and Mark Anstice as they live with the Mek and the Kombai people
  • Meet the Natives
  • Metropolis, a mini-series featuring the culture and history of major metropolitan cities in the world.
  • Most Haunted, follows the Most Haunted team to the scariest sites in their home country, the UK
  • Mysteries at the Hotel
  • Mysteries and Myths with Megan Fox
  • Not Your Average Travel Guide, a series that attempts to give an unconventional personal tour of the world; also featured during the show are small travel tips and facts
  • Off Limits, host Don Wildman ventures through unexplored or forgotten parts of iconic American cities to reveal their “untold stories and secrets”
  • The Osbournes Want to Believe
  • Passport to Europe, a show hosted by Samantha Brown that tours cities of Europe
  • Passport to Green Getaways, a special hosted by Samantha Brown that shows vacations to three eco-friendly destinations in North America
  • Passport to Latin America, a show hosted by Samantha Brown that tours cities of Latin America
  • Road Trip
  • Slice of Brooklyn
  • Stranded with Cash Peters
  • Super Swank, a series which features luxurious lifestyles
  • Surf Patrol, follows Australian lifeguards as they patrol some of the most dangerous and beautiful beaches
  • Taste of America, hosted by Mark DeCarlo
  • Toy Hunter
  • Travellers
  • Treasure Hunter: Kirsten Gum, hosted by Kirsten Gum, features places around the United States and the world where the public can dig for valuable gemstones and artifacts
  • Treasure Hunters
  • Tribal Life, features indigenous peoples of different tribes
  • Tribal Life: Meet the Namal, follows the Namal tribe in Vanuatu
  • Truck Stop USA
  • Vacation Home Search, a show in the style of House Hunters, in which a couple tours three possible vacation homes and purchases one of them.
  • Vegas Revolution, a behind-the-scenes look at Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Weird Travels
  • When Vacations Attack, a reality documentary show where a survivor (or survivors) escape from a horrific disaster or accident
  • The Wild Within, a show hosted by Steven Rinell who reveals his deep conviction that within all of us, an instinctual hunter/gatherer is waiting to come out[2]
  • World Poker Tour, which moved to Game Show Network in 2008
  • World’s Best
  • World’s Lost Tribes
  • World’s Most Dangerous Places

Future programming[edit]

  • Fountain Kings, an upcoming docu-series following the accomplishments and challenges experienced by designers, engineers and builders behind some of the world’s most recognizable water fountains by WET Design[citation needed]

References[edit]


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