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Renewed and Returning: “Man v. Food,” “The Grand Tour”

On tap for this week’s edition of ‘Renewed and Returning’ are new seasons of series on Travel Channel, Amazon Prime Video, Destination America, Animal Planet and Discovery Channel. Armed with an appetite ...
November 3, 2017

On tap for this week’s edition of ‘Renewed and Returning’ are new seasons of series on Travel Channel, Amazon Prime Video, Destination America, Animal Planet and Discovery Channel.

Armed with an appetite for victory and thirst for glory, Casey Webb (pictured) returns for the second season of Man v. Food. With back-to-back episodes airing Dec. 4 at 9 p.m. ET/PT, Webb zips across America looking for the next food challenge.

The second season of The Grand Tour will launch exclusively on Amazon Prime Video on Dec. 8. Hosts Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May return after filming across five continents, in countries including Croatia, Mozambique, Dubai, Spain, Switzerland, Colorado and New York.

Also revving up for a new season is the street racing Discovery Channel series Street Outlaws, which returns Nov. 27 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. In this season, The Outlaws will also compete in a  32-car field drag race at Bristol Dragway, where the top four spots win $100,000. The series is produced by Pilgrim Media Group.

Animal Planet has greenlit a second season of I Was Prey, with production to begin later this month. The series, produced for Animal Planet by Hit + Run, retells true stories of people who were attacked by dangerous predators, but fought to survive and tell their stories. While the first season of I Was Prey featured a wide variety of predators, from polar bears to great white sharks, teh second season will expand deeper into the animal kingdom.

Season three of Destination America’s Paranormal Lockdown is currently in production and slated to premiere in 2018. Produced by Groff Entertainment, the series stars paranormal investigator Nick Groff and paranormal researcher Katrina Weidman as they spend 72 hours locked inside legendary haunted locations. Groff and Weidman believe that the longer they stay at these haunted spaces, the more the spirits will communicate with them and the more information they can gather about the unknown.

 

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