Paranormal Witness, Syfy's documdrama series has been renewed by network for a second season. The 12- episode order is scheduled to premiere in August. Paranormal Witness is produced by Raw TV and recreates the real stories of people who have lived through paranormal experiences that defy explanation. In its first season, which premiered September 7th, Parnormal Witness average 990,000 adults aged between 18-49 and 1.7 total viewers, ranking it as the No.7 new original cable series in the fourth quarter among adults aged 18-49.
Syfy premieres new episodes on Wednesday at 10pm and introduce each episode as "Two stories based entirely on eyewitness testimony," which I'm pretty sure covers them from a legal standpoint.
Previous episodes have been titled "Emily the Imaginary Friend/ the Lost Girl" which have involved a 5 year old girl named Isabella becoming friends with an invisible ghost named Emily, and their relationship turning ominous and putting her entire family in danger, sadly. As well as a mother and daughter reliving an encounter in 2004 on a desolate dirt road where a local teenage girl died in a car crash.
Paranormal Witness is produced by Mark Lewis, Amy Lee-Jone and Sarah Zammit and is executivly producd by Bart Layton and Dimitri Doganis. Viewers are warned not to watch the show alone, as Paranormal Witness is an intense, cinematic, high octane drama-documentary series. The show brings to life the true stories of people who have lived through explanation-defying paranormal experiences.
It combines first hand testimony, personal photos and real footage as well as gritty realistic drama. Paranormal Witness will transport you into a world turned upside down by extroadinary and terrifying events.
Shame it's probably all bollocks then.