Thank you for your interest in Travel Channel.
We are currently accepting submissions for both one-hour series and two-hour specials. All concepts should be in the paranormal, unexplained or horror genre. Travel Channel is no longer seeking submissions in the genres of travelogue, food, adventure quest or historical mystery.
Travel Channel is your destination for the paranormal, the unexplained, the creepy and terrifying. We expand your horizons with stories and perspectives into the unknown, undiscovered and untold that test your bravery, beliefs and fuel your curiosity.
Top programs include Ghost Adventures, Paranormal Caught on Camera, Portals to Hell, Expedition Bigfoot and The Dead Files.
Reaching more than 79 million U.S. cable homes, Travel Channel is a leading media brand. Fans also can visit Travel Channel for more information or interact with other fans through Facebook, Twitter, Pintrest and Instagram.
Travel Channel is owned by Discovery, Inc., a global leader in real life entertainment spanning 220 countries and territories, whose portfolio also includes Discovery Channel, HGTV, Food Network, TLC, Investigation Discovery and OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network.
In order to review your submission, please provide us with the following materials:
- A title
- A logline which explains your concept and format
The following materials are not required, but if available, can help in fully evaluating your concept:
- A treatment outlining your concept, format, episode breakdown, style and tone
- A sizzle showcasing your concept and any talent that may be included
- Talent biographies and clips – if applicable
Travel Channel accepts submissions for completed programs for acquisition. Programs may be half-hour or one hour series. We also accept limited series and specials for consideration. All programs should be in the paranormal, unexplained or horror genre. Travel Channel is no longer seeking submissions in the genres of travelogue, food, or adventure quest.
In order to review your program for acquisition, please provide us with the following materials:
- A treatment or one sheet outlining the program, format, episode breakdown, style and tone
- The number of episodes and their length included in the program
- A sizzle and/or sample episode showcasing the program
- Approximate cost and delivery schedule
Once your submission is received it will be evaluated based on programming needs, upcoming schedules and appropriateness of material. We thank you in advance for your submission and for your patience as we review your materials.