From a media release:
Production has begun on Season 2 of Our House Media’s Paranormal Survivor and Backroad Bounty, Simon Lloyd, CEO of Our House Media, announced today. Docu-series Paranormal Survivor has officially begun production on Season 2 across Ontario and in select U.S. locations. The second season of Backroad Bounty has also gone into production, shooting in Muskoka, Owen Sound, and the Kawarthas, among other locations. Paranormal Survivor and Backroad Bounty are the first two series renewals for Our House Media.
Season 2 of Paranormal Survivor consists of 10, one-hour episodes and focuses on people who have had life-changing encounters with the paranormal. From poltergeists to battlefield ghosts, hotel spirits to ancestors back from the dead, the series follows the survivors every step of the way, as they recount their terrifying and life-changing experiences. Each episode of Paranormal Survivor explores stories of three survivors of paranormal experiences that are linked by a supernatural theme, while professionals in the field give expert testimony. Paranormal Survivor returns to T+E this fall. Season 1 of Paranormal Survivor is currently airing on Destination America in the U.S.
The one-hour, 13-episode season of Backroad Bounty follows Marty and Bam Bam as they travel the backroads of Canada in search of hidden treasures that have potential for resale while uncovering the item’s rich backstory. From antique furniture to time-aged tools, vintage signage, farm equipment, and antique boat parts, the expert duo must determine the current value. Marty and Bam Bam encounter owners who drive a hard bargain, while in other instances, the owners are shocked when the duo unearth inspiring but long overlooked finds. Backroad Bounty is set to air this fall on Cottage Life.
Our House Media recently announced that Million Dollar View has gone into production and is shooting in Miami, Muskoka, downtown Toronto, and New York City, among other locations.
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