Haunted Highway: Season Two for Syfy Series

Haunted Highway season twoSyfy has announced that they’ve ordered a second season of their Haunted Highway series. The new six episodes will begin airing on Wednesday, July 24th.

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NEW YORK – April 22, 2013 – Syfy has ordered a second season of its hit paranormal reality series, Haunted Highway. The new six episode season will premiere, on a new night, Wednesday, July 24 at 10PM (ET/PT). The hour-long series follows two teams, Jack Osbourne & Dana Workman, and Jael de Pardo & Devin Marble, as they conduct their own first-person investigations into some of the most frightening claims of paranormal activity in some of America’s most remote regions.

Fueled by eyewitness interviews and evidence collected with state-of-the-art equipment, the two teams will self-document their harrowing face-to-face encounters with the paranormal. The new season features examinations and investigations that will take the teams off the beaten path in places like the Arizona desert, the Sierra Nevada mountains and bayous of New Orleans as they seek werewolf-like creatures, the Black Angel of Death, the ghosts of the famous Donner party and other paranormal phenomena.

This season, in a first for the series, all four cast members will join together for a special investigation of Fort Jefferson in the Dry Tortugas. One of America’s largest and most remote coastal bases, Fort Jefferson is located in the Gulf of Mexico, 68 miles from Key West. Built in 1846 to protect one of the most strategic deep water anchorages in the United States, Fort Jefferson quickly became a horrifying prison fortress. The most famous prisoner of Fort Jefferson was Dr. Samuel Mudd, the physician who set the broken leg of John Wilkes Booth and was allegedly an accomplice in the assassination of President Lincoln. Many report that Dr. Mudd’s angry spirit has never forgiven those who wrongly imprisoned and tortured him. Though the island on which Fort Jefferson sits looks beautiful and tranquil, it is still known as “Death Island” for the number of fatalities among both soldiers and prisoners.

In its first season, Haunted Highway averaged 1.12 million total viewers, 538,000 Adults 18-49 and 618,000 Adults 25-54 – ranking #10 in Adults 25-54 during its Tuesday, 10-11PM (ET/PT) time period.

Haunted Highway is produced by BASE Productions. John Brenkus and Mickey Stern serve as executive producers.

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What do you think? Have you seen this Syfy series? Will you be watching season two?

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  1. Charlotte Trout says

    So, what is going on at Sci Go? I absolutely love Haunted Collector and Haunted Highway. In fact these and other Paranormal shows are the reason I watch Sci-fi channel. I watch other channels instead. How many reruns of Face Off can you watch? Sci-fi should rethink their position on this or they just might find themselves short a few viewers, And their ratings…I’m just saying…..

  2. Elle says

    Love the show. I like the different perspective. I do wish the “powers that be” would let us know if a show has been cancelled or will be returning. Also a huge fan of Jael de Pardo.

  3. DrJuett says

    I enjoy the show. The four investigators seem to be generally free of ‘scripts’ and don’t tend to push the viewer into one opinion about the investigation. The investigators seem to work well together, maybe because keeping the crew small makes the finished product more intimate. With a small crew everyone has to cooperate if they are going to produce a product the viewer wants to see and advertisers will buy. It is impossible to stomp off to your trailer if there is no trailer! Additionally, the locations from the first season and those thus far aren’t tourist destinations, so I don’t get the feeling that there’s going to be a travel advertisement featuring the night’s locale at the commercial break. Keep it up, keep it real, keep it small, keep it coming!

    • JohnnyB. says

      You’re joking right? This season has totally discredited this show. The first season was objective and I thought…hmm…maybe a real show here. Now we have worse acting than Blair witch. Devin and jael have been on previous shows( DT and F or F) and they seemed genuine. Now they are the reason I can’t tolerate the show for the most part. They are over acting. In other words they are trying soo hard not to look like they are acting that they look worse. Zero credibility with those two. And as bad as I hate to say it, Jack has fallen down the “fake reality” rabbit hole. You don’t just show up at haunted places and on cue things appear and things happen. Most spend years going back to the same locations before getting amazing results if any. I’m sorry…i was pulling for Jacks show but it’s going to tank as it should after this awful excuse of a season.

  4. Mario Mata says

    I just started watching this show and I love it. I like the perspective Jack and his team take towards their investigation. I hope they have a long run and debunk any that are out there.
    Best wished Jack!!!

  5. Debbi says


    Love how SyFy’s official Web page STILL doesn’t have this info posted anywhere on it & almost a month later still states the show’s S2 premiere date is/was July 24th 2013 & that new episodes are “currently airing” on Tuesdays at 10pm or whatever it says…unreal. How inconsiderate & lazy of the network to not give their viewers any info or updated news about one of its OWN official series’ postponed premiere dates…wtf!

  6. Lynn Grigsby says

    I was really disappointed when haunted highway didn’t return on July 24thas advertised so I wonder has it really returned, delayed and will aide at a later date or has it been cancelled?

  7. jp says

    Why havent there been any announcement about this on the syfy chanle.I thought that Joe Rogan’s Questions Everything show was going to be on at this time and date.

  8. carl says

    Why would they bring this back with jack in it? As soon as he left the show got ratings before that is was on its way out fast. No one liked jack in any of the comments. Just because he claims he now has MS, does not mean we should watch him, nor should they bring a mediocre at beast show back. By the way you don’t just find out you have MS any more in the middle of your life. It is not like his family did not have the money to go to the doctor all his life.

    • james says

      WOW CARL jack is a nice guy just because you think they should stop showing because he has MS i think that is pure evil. iv studied MS and it is hard to treat ok! so Jack if your reading this keep on showing if you can mate.

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