Popular reality show axed after three seasons as host shares emotional announcement with fans | The Sun

A POPULAR reality show has been axed after three seasons – as the host shared an emotional announcement.

The world of TV is an ever evolving beast, with new shows being commissioned while others are cancelled unexpectedly.

And now paranormal fans have been dealt a blow after it was revealed that Discovery+ series Portals To Hell will not return for a fourth season.

The show was hosted by Jack Osbourne and Katrina Weidman and saw them explore locations that were believed to be haunted in search of supernatural phenomena.

The show first aired in 2019 and has amassed 40 episodes across its three seasons so far.

It was broadcast on Really in the UK and the Travel Channel in the US but now the show's resident medium Michelle Belanger has confirmed it has been axed.

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In a video posted on Facebook, she told fans: "By now you have probably heard the news that Portals To Hell has been cancelled.

"We will not be coming back, Jack, Katrina, or I, on Portals To Hell."

She continued: "I'm definitely proud of my time with that show, I had a really good time, and it was delightful getting the know Jack as an investigator and as a person.

"And of course, it's always great working with Paranormal State friend Katrina Weidman."

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While this show has come to an end, Jack, 37, recently embarked on a new paranormal adventure called Haunted Homecoming.

The three-part series saw the son of rocker Ozzy Osbourne return to the UK and explore some of the childhood haunts where he had his first paranormal experiences.

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