The paranormal investigative series will return in early 2012.
May 20, 2011
Syfy has renewed paranormal reality series Destination Truth for a fifth season. Set to return early in 2012, lead investigator Josh Gates and his team will continue their journey around the world in search of supernatural sightings.
Seven episodes have been ordered for Season 5 of the series, which is half of the 14 it aired this past season, which concluded April 19.
As for what to expect when the show returns, viewers will see the team travel to the likes of Transylvania, Guatemala, Vietnam, and Kazakhstan.
(Source: TV by the Numbers)
09/08/14 at 03:12pm
Please bring back destination truth
08/27/14 at 10:49am
Why isn't information kept up to date? I just checked on Destination Truth, and the most recent info is three years old!
06/10/13 at 08:53pm
This is my favorite show. I have been waiting for ever for new episodes. Please don't cancel the funnest show on TV. Even if they never find anything I enjoy the ride.
One I can't make myself.
06/01/13 at 09:16pm
I think the show was either delayed or cancelled due to the death of their producer Jeff Rice.
His Assistant Katheryne Fuller was found barely alive as well alongside his body.
05/08/13 at 11:36am
It May 2013. Is there going to be a new Destination Truth coming back ? Love the show, love Josh Gates. Please let us know.
11/26/12 at 08:19pm
DT is one of the most entertains shows on tv. It's got everything drama, comedy, suspense and Erin Ryder. What more could a guy ask for?
10/15/12 at 12:33pm
Naive? This is probably coming from a guy who watches wrestling and thinks it's real. Whether they ever find anything or not, the show is still entertaining. Isn't that why we all watch TV anyways?
09/04/12 at 09:13pm
I love and will always love Josh and the team. Season 5 was great, but can you post an update on Season 6?
08/24/12 at 09:34am
I just wanted to say to that David guy who left the first comment about this show saying that anyone who watched this was nieve and that the entire show was stupid: Science is about testing theories, no matter how far fetched. Many 'textbook famous' scientists were laughed out of schollarly gatherings in their haydays. There is nothing lame about wanting to explore new places; nor 'nieve' to think humankind hasn't discovered everything on this world yet. Also, on a lighter note, the crew are funny folks. They have better dialogue than most of the 'fake' written shows on now adays. I'll watch them even if they never find anything, because these folks are entertaining.
07/10/12 at 01:31pm
C'mon people! This is one of the dumbest shows on TV! They rarely find anything. They're scared of their own shadows. Their "search" techniques are usually a long walk. They spend a couple of days in a place looking for something that could be in a thousand square miles or more. They try to make the simplest things look dangerous and complicated and they do stupid things like walk around in the dark where lions are!
Made for the naive TV watcher on it's best day.
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