Ripley's Believe It or Not! (2019)

Ended Sunday / 9:00pm Travel Channel 45 min.
Awe-inspiring talents, unusual objects, strange phenomena and mind-boggling feats are explored in Travel Channel’s reboot of the iconic series. Hosted and executive produced by actor Bruce Campbell, the 10-episode, hour-long series is inspired by Robert Ripley’s obsession with the awesome and his keen eye for what keeps viewers mesmerized. Seventy years after Ripley hosted the first eponymous series, we still can’t resist his challenge to, “Believe it, or not!”

Season 1

10 Episodes

Bruce Campbell showcases extraordinary people who disregard all expectations as they test the limits of human endurance and defy the laws of physics.
Aug 04 2019
Bruce Campbell showcases everyday people who overcame life's obstacles to transform themselves into the unbelievable.
Aug 04 2019
Bruce Campbell showcases five awesome people -- and one amazing dog -- who strive daily for new highs and new records.
Jul 28 2019
Jul 21 2019
Bruce Campbell showcases companies and people who have brought cool, impractical and seemingly unattainable ideas to life.
Jul 14 2019
Norwegian Eskil Rønningsbakken performs balancing acts at the tops of lethal drops, such as canyons and cliffs.
Jul 07 2019
Bruce Campbell introduces unique poeple; John "Hammerhead" Ferraro's head doubles as a hammer; Luis Slayton connects with honeybees; Jesús "Chuy" Aceves lives with hypertrichosis; Ayanna Williams has the longest nails on earth.
Jun 30 2019
Bruce Campbell celebrates people who produce spectacles; the Lords of Lightning channel electricity; domino master Lily Hevish creates a thank you to her followers; Michael Gump is a man of many faces; April Choi masters the art of whipping.
Jun 23 2019
A New York photographer climbs skyscrapers to capture a bird's eye view of the city; Louisiana stuntmen create illusions using explosives; a rock band films its latest music video in 4.3 seconds; Michael Grab balances rocks in impossible towers.
Jun 16 2019
Bruce Campbell shines a spotlight on individuals with uncanny abilities; Rick Smith tosses playing cards at 92 miles per hour; Dai Andrews swallows curved swords; Tyler Scheuer is capable of balancing objects on his chin.
Jun 09 2019