The BEST Travel Channel Shows
The top 15 shows on Travel Channel
#1 - Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations
Join best-selling author and professional chef Anthony Bourdain as he travels the world seeking the ultimate dining experience. He will hit locales from the well known to those off the beaten path, from New Jersey to Iceland and points in between. Along his journey, the adventuring Bourdain will share his no holds barred experience of the food and customs that flavor the different cultures of the world in a way that only he can.
#2 - Kindred Spirits
The series, titled Kindred Spirits, follows Amy Bruni and Adam Berry as they investigate ghostly cases that revolve around frightened families who are often unsure of who they’re being haunted by or why. As two of America’s leading ghost hunters, the duo leave no stone unturned as they attempt to crack the case and help bring peace to both the restless spirits and the families they haunt.
#3 - Toy Hunter
Even though Jordan Hembrough grew up in the 1970s, he is still a kid at heart. Hembrough is a collectibles dealer specializing in the toy market, a job that is always taking him back in time. This reality series follows Hembrough as he travels the country in search of hidden treasures to sell to his buyers around the world. His reputation for being the ``in-demand dealer'' of rare toys precedes him, but it also adds to the pressure of the hunts, and in order to deliver the goods, Hembrough often has to deal with reluctant sellers, relentlessly haggle to stay within his budgets, and maneuver around unforeseen roadblocks. Originally aired on Travel Channel as Toy Hunters.
#4 - Bizarre Foods
Unmasking an aspect of dining out that will make you think twice before ordering off the menu, and utilizing his knowledge of all things edible, Andrew Zimmern is on a quest to find the world’s most bizarre foods. Andrew knows that one man’s poison is another’s delicacy but he isn’t afraid to poke a little fun at the local fare or himself. Our energetic food-a-holic infiltrates markets and restaurants taking viewers behind the scenes to savor the local cuisine - even if that means chewing on eggs with legs, gulping down a beating frog heart or polishing off a lamb’s eyeball. Andrew is game for anything and knows the most interesting food is found closest to the source. So whether he’s chasing down large water rodents in the Louisiana bayou, fishing for piranha in the Amazon or flushing out cave bats in Malaysia, you can be sure the guy with the iron stomach will dish up the unimaginable.
#5 - Ghost Adventures: Aftershocks
The Ghost Adventures crew has investigated over 100 terrifying locations across America and all over the world. Along the way, the guys have provided answers and help for those who have experienced the paranormal firsthand. Often these are couples, families and individuals suffering the vengeance of spirits. Horrified homeowners, fellow paranormal investigators and shocked employees have had their lives forever changed by these experiences. In Ghost Adventures: Aftershocks, Zak invites the most memorable characters from the series to Las Vegas to update viewers on how their lives -- and their ghosts -- have fared since the GAC paid them a visit. The guests recount how things were before the lockdown and how their lives have changed since. Have ghosts returned to do these people harm? Has their approach to the spirits changed?
#6 - Baggage Battles
Following the colorful personalities who make a living buying items at auctions is a favorite subject of TV producers. "Baggage Battles", essentially a replica of A&E Network's "Storage Wars" minus the storage units, depicts the process of "auction specialists" bidding for, buying and reselling property found in unclaimed luggage. It features three teams of bidders: Laurence and Sally Martin, who have appeared on "Storage Wars" appraising items in their California antiques store; young entrepreneur Mark Meyer, who owns a Long Island, N.Y., thrift store; and Billy Leroy, the proprietor of Billy's Antiques and Props, a famous eclectic prop and antique store in the Bowery neighborhood of Manhattan.
#7 - Mysteries at the Museum
Host Don Wildman introduces us to a wide variety of museums from across the United States, each filled with extraordinary, often bizarre artifacts with amazing tales to be told -- and secrets to be revealed.
#8 - The Dead Files
On The Dead Files, physical medium Amy Allan and retired NYPD homicide detective Steve Di Schiavi, combine their unique and often conflicting skills to solve unexplained paranormal phenomena in haunted locations across America.
#9 - A Haunting
Between the world we see and the things we fear...there are doors. When they are opened....Nightmares become reality. These are the true stories of the innocent and the unimaginable. Based on true events, A Haunting dramatises some of the scariest stories, revealing a world in which tragedy, suicide and murder have left psychic impressions so powerful that innocent people become forced to deal with them decades later. Through mesmerising first-person accounts, the mystery and origin of each haunting is powerfully revealed and leaves a lingering sense that life - and death - are much stronger then anyone could have possibly imagined.
#10 - Portals to Hell
Jack Osbourne and Katrina Weidman explore locations that are purported to be doorways to the spirit underworld
#11 - Paranormal Survivor
Do you believe in ghosts, poltergeists and demons? PARANORMAL SURVIVOR will take you through terrifying real-life encounters with the supernatural. Hear from those who’ve faced these feared spirits - and watch dramatic recreations that lure people back to the scenes of these harrowing confrontations.
#12 - The Layover
Proving that layovers are opportunities for travelers to mingle with locals, crash parties, dine on local cuisine, and explore cultures, this new weekly series gives No Reservations' foodie-traveler extraordinaire Anthony Bourdain just 24-48 hours to hit the "must see" places, people and foods. From New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Miami to Hong Kong, Singapore, London, Rome, Montreal and Amsterdam, he will provide viewers with insider tips that only the most seasoned travelers would know.
#13 - Booze Traveler
In 15 1-hour episodes of Booze Traveler cocktail connoisseur Jack Maxwell travels around the world, one drink at a time. Maxwell grew up in south Boston where bars served as the neighborhood living rooms, hosting family dinners, birthdays and weddings. In this new series, he will take his respect and appreciation for specialty cocktails to explore new locales, seeking out the people, places, customs and cultures behind drinks across the globe.
#14 - Hotel Impossible
Struggling hotels receive an extensive makeover by veteran hotel operator and hospitality expert Anthony Melchiorri and team.
#15 - Bizarre Foods America
The continuation of "Bizarre Foods'' finds Andrew Zimmern keeping his passport at home, as the chef and writer embarks on a culinary exploration of the great U, S of A. From traditional foods passed down through generations to modern eats whose roots are purely American, the United States is home to a smorgasbord of bizarre foods and equally extraordinary stories associated with them. So who best to taste and tell than Andrew, the man who lives by the motto "If it looks good, eat it''? The cultural cuisine master has done plenty of that throughout the history of "Bizarre Foods,'' with the "America'' incarnation including a celebration of the series' 100th episode.