Where and How to Watch Ghost Adventures

The TV show “Ghost Adventures” is still alive and well.  Season 26 of “Ghost Adventures” is …

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The TV show “Ghost Adventures” is still alive and well. 

Season 26 of “Ghost Adventures” is airing new episodes on Discovery and Max, the new iteration of HBO and Discovery+. And “Ghost Adventures: Lake of Death” is currently streaming on Max.

If you’re a fan of this paranormal reality TV series, and its other spin-off shows that chronicle Zak and the crew, you’re in the right place. 

This guide breaks down how and where you can watch every episode of “Ghost Adventures.”

Max also carries spin-offs such as “Ghost Adventures: Goldfield Hotel.” A subscription to Max starts at $9.99 per month.

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You can get a free 7-day trial of a Max subscription when you sign up through Amazon Prime.

What is Ghost Adventures?

The series “Ghost Adventures” began in 2008 on Travel Channel. The reality TV series moved to Discovery+ streaming service in 2021. 

The series chronicles the investigations of ghost hunters and paranormal investigators Zak Bagans, Nick Groff, Aaron Goodwin, Billy Tolley, and Jay Wasley. Before becoming a TV series, “Ghost Adventures” was a documentary-style independent film in 2006.

Each episode explores a new location around the U.S. that has a record of paranormal activity.

The team of co-investigators will lock itself away for a night in haunted locations with video and surveillance equipment to record its findings. The first episode of Season 1 starts at “Bobby Mackey’s Music World,” a Wilder, Kentucky honky-tonk known for unexplained ghostly encounters. 

The success of “Ghost Hunters” has led to similar ghost-hunting shows, including a series of Ghost Adventure spin-offs. The series has also involved celebrity guests on some episodes.

Guests have included Vince Neil in “The Riviera Hotel” (Season 7, Episode 7) and Post Malone “The Slaughter House” (Season 17, Episode 17).

Is Ghost Adventures canceled?

No. In fact, new episodes of Season 26 began streaming on May 31, 2023. The latest episodes are on Discovery Channel and Max.

How many seasons are there of Ghost Adventures?

Season 26 of “Ghost Adventures” is currently airing new episodes.  Every episode of “Ghost Adventures” is available to stream on Max.

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The 26 seasons does not count any of the spin-off shows or special episodes such as “Ghost Adventures: Quarantine” or “Ghost Adventures: Screaming Room”. 

When is Ghost Adventures on TV?

The latest episodes of “Ghost Adventures” have debuted on Discovery Channel, and appear on Max a short time after airing on TV.

Ghost Adventures on Live TV

A number of live TV streaming services that carry the Discovery Channel also air new episodes of “Ghost Adventures”, Season 26. 

Here is a breakdown of services and free trials.

Is Ghost Adventures on Hulu or Disney+?

No. Full seasons of “Ghost Adventures” are currently on Discovery+.

Ghost Adventures: Where to Watch

Max is the new home for “Ghost Hunters” in 2023. The streaming service is the best way to watch all episodes starting at $9.99 per month. You can sign up for Max, and start streaming every episode.

The streaming service has the latest episodes from Season 26 and nearly all spin-off shows such as “Ghost Hunters: House Calls”. 

New episodes of Season 26 are also available on live TV streaming services. They include DIRECTV STREAM, fuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, Philo and YouTube TV.

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Note: This article was published April 29, 2022 and has been updated.

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