Ghost Nation: Season 1 (2019)

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Air date: Oct 11, 2019

Jason Hawes' daughter, Satori Hawes, calls on the team to help on a case she can't crack in Franklin, Massachusetts. A family is fighting an unknown entity in their historic home and fear the activity is linked to witchcraft.

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Air date: Oct 18, 2019

The team heads to Highland, Michigan, to help a terrified family find answers after their toddler witnesses a ghostly figure walk across a room.

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Air date: Oct 25, 2019

The team answers an urgent call to investigate the Mantua, New Jersey, home of a horror writer and his family. They suspect the terrifying apparitions and aggressive paranormal activity may be linked to a poltergeist.

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Air date: Nov 1, 2019

Dave, Steve, and Jason go solve a paranormal paramedic case in Halifax, Virginia.

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Air date: Nov 8, 2019

Jason Hawes' daughter, Satori Hawes, calls on the team to help on a case she can't crack in Franklin, Massachusetts. A family is fighting an unknown entity in their historic home and fear the activity is linked to witchcraft.

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Air date: Nov 15, 2019

Jason, Steve and Dave head to Dover, Delaware, to help a local paranormal investigator with her childhood home. The investigation uncovers evidence that the haunting may be connected to a deadly stretch of road just yards from the property.

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Air date: Nov 22, 2019

Jason, Steve and Dave investigate claims of possessed mannequins and strange apparitions haunting a property just outside of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. They soon discover that spirits aren't the only things slithering around the house.

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Air date: Nov 29, 2019

Jason, Steve and Dave take on a case in McMinnville, Tennessee, where a woman believes paranormal phenomena in her home is affecting her health. Their investigation reveals the area's connection to the Trail of Tears could be to blame for the activity.

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Air date: Dec 6, 2019

Jason, Steve and Dave investigate strange noises and unnerving apparitions inside a pre-Civil War home in Locust Grove, GA. They uncover evidence that the haunting could be related to an evil plantation owner.

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Air date: Dec 20, 2019

A team of paranormal investigators responds to urgent calls to help homeowners deal with hauntings.

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Critic Reviews for Ghost Nation Season 1

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It might suffer the same setbacks of other shows using pseudoscience, but it's clear the investigators want to help homeowners and educate audiences.

Oct 9, 2019 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Ghost Nation: Season 1

  • Jan 12, 2021
    The show is a huge disappointment. The whole thing is just nothing compared to Ghost Hunters. The team doesn't even try to debunk anything or investigate what a noise might have been. The team doesn't seem passionate as they were when they were with T.A.P.S. They claim noises that you can't hear and they talk up activity that isn't really there. The last one that I saw they play and evp that clearly is Jason startled by something that happened and in the footage you can see him and hear him say something and yet when they get to the owners of whom they are doing the investigation they say "Hey listen to this evp" and it's not real. I really wanted to enjoy the show but it's disingenuous compared to "Ghost Hunters" Nothing rings true, even the behavior of the team seems like they are acting. I love T.A.P.S and I know this show isn't T.A.P.S but it's really nothing. The investigations don't seem like they care to really find out what's real and what's not. They just say "Yep, it's haunted, definitely a lot of activity here.' When there really isn't anything at all. Jason in the beginning would not even admit that something was "Haunted" he was more skeptical. Now it's just like "Hey, did you hear that, it's sounded like a scream" but there isn't anything really there. Or they see something on the thermal and it's looks like the camera guy and they don't go out to see what it is they are just like "Yep, it's explainable" They don't try to see what it was or even try to recreate it. They used to educate people and show people "Hey, what you have here is a leaking pipe or something else" They also used to debunk people who lied and show them up like on the investigation of "The Queen Mary" when the bed unmade itself. They caught how it was done, explained how they knew it was faked and showed the evidence and called them out. I really wanted to like the show but after this last episode I was really so disappointed. I know it's not T.A.P.S but it's not the genuine team acting like they care either. To me it's not worth it. But you have to watch it and make up your own mind.
  • Jun 02, 2020
    My family has been a long time fan of Jason, Steve and Tango from when they were "Ghoat Hunters." And, they seem "legit" and respected in the paranormal investigation world. However, this show feels as if they have "jumped the shark." Why all of the CGI? There is no need for that. Just get back to basics! This show literally spends 20 or more minutes "setting the scene" with voice overs and CGI " recreations." The CGI makes it almost unwatchable. Very disappointing. The cinematography sucks, and it feels as if much if it is staged (even if it may not be). Too many "theories" (i.e. measuring Jason's brain waves?). Go back to asking ghosts to turn on flashlights. And, not enough effort is made to debunk the noises they hear. Sorry, but the "new" Ghost Hunters is kicking this show's ass. Things I do like: 1. They research the history of the people and properties they investigate. 2. They stay for more than one day. They need to re-think their strategy or they will lose their fan base and eventually be cancelled.
  • May 03, 2020
    I used to really love Ghost Hunters but the odd voice overs make this really hard to watch. It is a shame. The voice overs just dont fit.
  • Apr 21, 2020
    I don't understand the low ratings some people gave. I love the show and find it to be very interesting. I like the locations chosen as well, as some have a lot of history. I am looking forward to Season 2 which starts in a few days.
  • Apr 17, 2020
    Huge fan of the guys. But this has been excruciating to watch. I'm binging classic Ghost Hunters instead. They've lost the spark, passion - I've tried so hard to like it, but I'm not tuning in any longer. It's a train wreck.
  • Apr 06, 2020
    Jason and his team continue the mediocrity of their previous show. They never can confirm anything and the can't say if it's a haunting. Steve is nerve racking! A total waste of time to watch this show. Stick to Ghost Adventures or The Dead Files. Far better productions.
  • Mar 28, 2020
    This is frustrating production. What made the original Ghost Hunters successful, is the production was not overwrought. It seemed a bit more done in cinema verite. This series, smacks of being over-produced, over-edited, over-dubbed, and loses a bit of its believability because of it. You already have a subject matter that is subject to question...so over producing it, much like a David Foster from the late 1980's, ruins how it can viewed. It's producers should look to the William Goldman rule of facts, truth and believability when writing.
  • Feb 09, 2020
    Just like the old episodes, the crew "investigation happens late at night, lights off, when the clients claimed to experience sightings in broad daylight. The "investigators" are spooked by bumps and breezes. So ridiculous it's funny.
  • Jan 03, 2020
    I loved Ghost Hunters, but the one thing that always bothered me on the show was Steve Gonsalves. He was smug, neurotic, not funny, asshole-ish, and I thought it was his youth....but here we are 15 years later and we have the same Steve...he makes it unwatchable...ditch steve and I will be back to viewership status
  • Dec 07, 2019
    Same show, rebooted. Steve still hyper phobic. Dubbing of narrations is horrible. The Dave and Steve routine "antics" seems to be filler material. Tired. Has a slightly different format with the helping of other paranormal investigators, which is refreshing. Different execution may have helped show.

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