HIT PODCAST URBAN LEGENDS WITH THE GHOST BROTHERS RETURNS FOR A SECOND SEASON OF CREEPY NEW STORIES AND FUNNY FRIENDS
Trailer Released – Episodes Drop Weekly on Thursdays, Beginning May 5
Atlanta’s premier (and funniest) paranormal investigators, the Ghost Brothers – Dalen Spratt, Juwan Mass and Marcus Harvey, are back with more creepy stories from the dark side in their discovery+ podcast, Urban Legends With the Ghost Brothers, beginning on Thursday, May 5 on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Check out the trailer here.
On the new season of the podcast, the boys scare up more urban legends – from haunted dolls, mirrors and the creepiness of forests and the woods – by talking to comedians, actors, witches, writers, podcasters and filmmakers who share their own personal stories and their take on the paranormal. They’ll also hear from the listeners, because everyone has incredibly scary encounters they need to share. So, gather round because there’s some creepy s*** out there, and we know you love getting scared.
And this just in: the first season of Urban Legends With the Ghost Brothers was recently named a Webby Awards Honoree in Podcasts – Comedy! Fans can stream even more Ghost Brothers content on discovery+. Go to discoveryplus.com/ghostbrothers to start your free trial today.
The Urban Legends With the Ghost Brothers podcast is produced by Neon Hum for discovery+ with Jonathan Hirsch and Shara Morris as executive producers. Marissa Lucy is executive producer for discovery+.
discovery+ is the definitive non-fiction, real life subscription streaming service from Warner Bros. Discovery. With the largest-ever content offering at launch, discovery+ features a wide range of exclusive, original series across popular passion verticals including lifestyle and relationships; home and food; true crime; paranormal; adventure and natural history; as well as science, tech and the environment, and a slate of high-quality documentaries. For more, visit discoveryplus.com, or find the discovery+ app on most mobile and connected TV devices.