Tonight at 9|8c, on an all-new episode of Burger Land, George Motz visits the birthplace of the hamburger: Connecticut. The oldest hamburger restaurant in America, Louis’ Lunch has been serving hamburgers since 1900 when Louis Lassen created the American staple by putting ground steak scraps between 2 pieces of bread. Today, people (like George!) make the pilgrimage to Louis’ Lunch for a taste of this historic burger.
Then after the episode, at 9:30|8:30c, chat live on TravelChannel.com with George! Now is your chance to ask him all of your burning burger questions: How does George make his own burgers? How did he become a burger expert? Join the chat tonight to learn all this and more when George talks burgers with YOU!
After watching Jordan cruise through Southern California looking for toy gold, chat live with the Toy Hunter himself — right after the episode at 9:30|8:30c!
Want to know what his favorite toys are? Curious about what goes on behind the scenes while filming Toy Hunter? Interested in Jordan’s most expensive toy purchase ever? Join tonight’s moderated chat and get your answers. Just an FYI – Jordan won’t be appraising any toys tonight – unfortunately, it’s just too difficult without seeing them in person.
Visit the chat page now to submit a question in advance — we’ll be picking the best ones to start off the chat — or come back at 9:30|8:30c while Jordan is hanging out in our brand-new online Travel Lounge for a chance to talk to Travel Channel’s resident toy expert!
Tonight at 9|8c the Ghost Adventures crew embarks on a 2-night, 2-location lockdown in Chicago, IL. Will you be watching? If so, be sure to join our live fan chat during the episode!
First, with the help of the local police, the Ghost Adventures crew spends the night in the run-down, often-vandalized Bachelor’s Grove cemetery — rumored to be one of the most haunted burial grounds in America. Zak, Nick and Aaron explore the area around the tombstone where a now-famous photo of a shockingly realistic apparition was taken, as well as the nearby creek that is said to be where Al Capone would dispose of his victims’ bodies. READ MORE