Ghost Brothers is coming back for more ghost hunting on Destination America.
The paranormal investigation show follows Dalen Spratt, Juwan Mass and Marcus Harvey as they travel to the most haunted locations in America to uncover the truth about the spookiest ghost stories in the country. Production on season 2 is under way for a 2017 premiere.
After some unexplained personal experiences of their own, the three best friends ignored warnings from their religious upbringings about meddling with the dead and set out on a mission to chase America's most famous ghosts, utilizing their natural curiosity mixed with a comedic flair. By day, Dalen and Juwan are fashion designers with their own label, Loren Spratt, while Marcus is a comedian and self-described "Barber to the Stars" who considers himself the tech guru of the crew.
Season 1 featured locations ranging from The Delta Queen riverboat on the Tennessee River, to an underground railroad stop in Ohio, to the Magnolia Hotel and stagecoach station in Texas. Season 2 will take viewers to new locations and uncover secrets the trio never saw coming.
As Halloween approaches, the Discovery Communications-owned Destination America is launching 31 nights of fright-themed programming during its "Ghostober" initiative. Throughout the month, Ghost Brothers fans can prepare for Season 2 with special episodes of Season 1 enhanced with social media extras and exclusive, unreleased footage. The network will air Ghost Brothers: Ghostin' Edition marathons on Wednesday, Oct. 26, and Wednesday, Nov. 2, from 8-11 p.m. ET.
The trio also are set to take part in a Facebook Live event for Destination America at 1 p.m. ET on Tuesday.
Ghost Brothers is produced for Destination America by Craig Piligian's Pilgrim Media Group, a Lionsgate company, in association with Crybaby Media. Piligian and Mike Nichols are executive producers for Pilgrim, with Danny Passman as executive producer for Crybaby. For Destination America, Fay Yu is executive producer.