'Portals to Hell' Season 2: Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about Travel Channel's paranormal reality show
Jack Osbourne and Katrina Weidman take on the supernatural in Season 2 of Portals to Hell, which premieres March 13, 2020, on Travel Channel
The fascination with conspiracy theories and other-worldly tales is bound to grow tenfold with Travel Channel's latest 'Portals to Hell'. The show is known for its elaborate investigations of the spookiest historical locations in the country. Ideally, the show explores various interesting spots that are a hotbed of supernatural happenings, presenting them to be passages to hell.
The famed series, hosted by Jack Osbourne and Katrina Weidman is set to premiere its second season later this month.
Get ready to experience the paranormal in hair-chilling adventures that transcend CreepyPasta anecdotes and late-night campfire ghost stories. Here's all you need to know about Season 2 of the reality series.
'Portals to Hell 2' is slated to release on 13 March 2020 on Travel Channel.
Season 2 will encompass the intrepid duos most fearsome cases yet, that are sure to make your skin crawl. They touch upon the disturbing tales surrounding the paranormal activity ascertained at the locations. Osbourne and Weidman filter through extensive research and advanced scientific equipment, accompanied by the testimonials and discoveries of a network of psychics and specials to get to the bottom of these unnerving hauntings.
“Katrina and I are breaking down walls – literally,” said Osbourne. Osbourne went on to explain that they were given unprecedented access to some locations that have never been investigated or featured on TV. "They’re incredibly active sites for the paranormal, and we’re going all-in to try and capture substantial evidence", he added.
Weidman described this season to be intense. She revealed that the scary part is they could only presume to know what they were working with, although they hadn't had the slightest clue. “Jack and I purposefully explore locations that embody the darker side of the paranormal, as we try to understand why certain places evoke more sinister activity than others. It’s exciting to see what new discoveries we can make in the paranormal field", she said.
Jack Osbourne and Katrina Weidman, avid paranormal investigators, host the series. They give historical accounts of the hauntings, seek witnesses and determine the existence of spirits in the specific locations.
Jack Osbourne is the son of British singer and Black Sabbath frontman, Ozzy Osbourne and Sharon Osbourne. He is the president of Osbourne Media (the producer for Portals to Hell). Osbourne is best known for MTV's reality show 'The Osbournes', SyFy's 'Haunted Highway' and A+E Network's 'Ozzy & Jack's World Detour'. He has also developed and produced original unscripted content including Nat Geo Wild's 'Alpha Dogs' and 'Surviving the Apocalypse', as well as various projects for Bravo, CBS, A&E, MTV, WeTV and TRVL.
Osbourne is the Executive Producer of 'Biography: The Nine Lives of Ozzy Osbourne', where he also makes an appearance. He is also a paranormal investigator and adventurer and was recently featured on UK's live 'Celebrity Haunted Mansion alongside Ghost Hunters' Jason Hawes.
Katrina Weidman is a paranormal researcher and investigator, host and producer. She rose to fame and gained national recognition for her role in A+E’s 'Paranormal State', where she uncovered hundreds of unexplained supernatural cases and interviewed thousands of witnesses alongside world-renowned paranormal researchers. Weidman also co-hosted and served as producer for 'Paranormal Lockdown' on TLC and Destination America, as well as Chiller’s 'Real Fear: The Truth Behind the Movies' (2012) and The Truth Behind More Movies' (2013). She frequently gives talks and lectures at worldwide paranormal conferences and conventions.
Season 2 is composed of a total of 9 episodes. The season premiere will be a two-hour special, followed by eight episodes of an hour each. The one-hour episode will air at 10:00 pm ET/PT on Travel Channel, beginning 20 March.
The pair visits eight notoriously haunted locations as enlisted below:
Old Paulding Jail, Paulding, Ohio: An almost 150-year-old site rumored to be haunted by the spirits of former inmates, sheriffs and even the victim of a horrific, 60-year-old cold crime case.
Fort William Henry, Lake George, New York: The site of one of the bloodiest massacres in Colonial America.
Croke-Patterson Mansion, Denver, Colorado: A 130-year-old building plagued with paranormal activity since its creation.
Ohio State Reformatory, Mansfield, Ohio: A deadly prison also prominently featured in Oscar-nominated American drama film, 'The Shawshank Redemption'.
Thomas House Hotel, Red Boiling Springs, Tennessee: A once-thriving natural springs resort, where guests fell victim to deadly waters.
Iron Island Museum, Buffalo, New York: A century-old building that is rumored to house two portals to hell.
Haunted Hill House, Mineral Wells, Texas: A hellish location plagued by rumors of demonic activity.
Shanghai Tunnels, Portland, Oregon: A network of underground tunnels notorious for its role in slavery and kidnapping victims.
We will be updating this space as soon as the trailer for this season releases.
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