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Travel Channel renews eight series

'Baggage Battles,' 'Hotel Impossible' among skeins to get extension

Travel Channel refreshed a great deal of its original programming slate on Tuesday, renewing eight of its most popular series including “Baggage Battles,” “Hotel Impossible” and “Bizarre Foods America.”

Travel ordered 13 half-hour episodes for a third season of “Baggage Battles,” from My Tupelo Entertainment. “Bizarre Foods America” has been given a third season of 10 hourlong episodes. The “Bizarre Foods” spin-off is produced by Tremendous Entertainment.

“Hotel Impossible” was also renewed for a third season. Travel ordered 13 hourlong episodes from Atlas Media Corp.

Additionally, “Airport 24/7: Miami” was renewed for a second season. Cabler ordered 13 half-hour episodes from 2C Media.

“Dangerous Grounds” received an eight-episode order for its second season. Nancy Glass Prods. produces the hourlong program.

“The Dead Files” will return for a fourth season of 13 hourlong episodes from Painless Entertainment.

Finally, “Mysteries at the Museum” and “Ghost Adventures” will return for fifth and eighth seasons, respectively, with 13-episode orders. “Ghost Adventures” is produced by My Tupelo, and “Museum” by Optomen Prods.

“This is an exciting time for Travel Channel as we renew a record number of television series that have resonated so well with our viewers,” said Travel Channel president Laureen Ong. “We plan to continue to break free from the traditional ideology behind travel programming, and bring our audience a diverse array of entertainment through the many unique perspectives of our travel experts and enthusiasts.”

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