For the first time since the show “Ghost Hunters” aired in October of 2004, it will move from its regular time slot of 9/8c on Wednesday nights to 8/7c. SyFy announced the time change during the broadcast of the February 6 episode. “Ghost Mine” will air in “Ghost Hunters” regular time slot on SyFy beginning February 13.
“Ghost Hunters” is SyFy’s longest running paranormal reality show that follows a team of paranormal investigators as they travel across the United States to explore haunted locations. The show debuted in October of 2004 with the original team of TAPS members co-founded by Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson. Last spring, Grant Wilson stepped down from his role as investigator and left the “Ghost Hunters” show to pursue other interests.
Whether the change in time is an indication of the popularity of the show is unknown at this time.
“Ghost Hunters” fans should be ready to tune in one hour earlier next week to catch the show at 8/7c on SyFy.