This morning, Nick Groff posted a video about Paranormal Lockdown and Ghosts of Shepherdstown. It doesn’t sound good for the shows. See the video after the jump.
Nick Groff Announcement
Ghostly Activities’ Take
Ok, so it seems like Destination America and Discovery Communications cancelled Paranormal Lockdown and completely changed the cast of Ghosts of Shepherdstown. I went out to Wikipedia to check the ratings for Paranormal Lockdown, and the ratings seem to have dropped for Season 3 and the UK season. I checked on Ghosts of Shepherdstown ratings and it seemed in better shape than Paranormal Lockdown.
Note: I couldn’t find ratings for the second season of Ghosts of Shepherdstown, but season 1 had the most watched finale for Destination America (799,000+ people tuned in).
Just to put some context on this: On Discovery Channel, Travel Channel and TLC, the paranormal shows with an audience of 500,000+ seem to be renewed. Ghost Adventures and Kindred Spirits both have ratings above that. On Destination America, it looks like you need 300,000+ to get renewed. The current season of Paranormal Lockdown has an audience size of 120,000. That seems like a big drop, so it makes me wonder if it’s in a bad time slot. As a fan of the show, I just don’t understand why its ratings would tank like that.
What’s Next For Nick Groff, Katrina Weidman, Elizabeth Saint And Other Cast Members
Nick and Elizabeth have VIDI Space, a streaming network. This network has content also available on Amazon and Roku. You can catch their content there. VIDI Space has 2 subscription offers; a $9.99 monthly plan, and a $89.99 annual plan. VIDI Space has a slew of original, paranormal programming. Katrina has a new show, Portals To Hell, debuting in April 2019. It will air on Travel Channel with Jack Osbourne as co-host.
I really have no idea what’s next for other cast members on Ghosts of Shepherdstown. I haven’t seen a single word of their next projects. Let me know if you find something in the Comments.
Jacob ‘Jake’ Rice has always loved ghosts monsters. When he’s not being a tech nerd for work, he’s the gadget guy on the team. He hunts ghosts, monsters and other paranormal entities in Seattle and the Puget Sound area.