The Gaul Boys are back in town for one last hurray, just in time for Halloween.
The seventh and final season of “BuzzFeed Unsolved: Supernatural” with one of the most popular digital media company franchises – Shane Maddage and Ryan Berger, will premiere on BuzzFeed Unsolved Network’s YouTube channel on October 15 at 3 p.m. The new installment of the final season of the six episodes will air Friday, with six companion Q&A postmortem episodes.
According to the company, the “BuzzFeed Unsolved” series, which first debuted in 2016, has generated about 1.38 billion collective video views worldwide. This includes “BuzzFeed Unsolved: True Crime”, also hosted and produced by Madej (Top left) And Bargara, whose eighth and final season is out this summer.
Two “BuzzFeed Unsolved” flagship shows are coming to an end after Bargara and Maddage, two full-time BuzzFeed employees, decided to turn their attention to entertainment studio / network, Watcher Entertainment, founded in 2019 with former BuzzFeeder Steve Lim.
In the final season of “BuzzFeed Unsolved: Supernatural”, Bargara, a true believer in miracles, begins to try to convince the skeptical Madz that paranormal events do exist. Throughout the six episodes, the two search for cool evidence around some infamous and annoying supernatural folklore.
Barzara, in a statement issued by BuzzFeed, said: “I am so incredibly excited that we got the chance to send this series right, and I can’t wait for the show’s fans to see this last season that we’ve worked incredibly hard. I hope this final season It will serve as a thank-you note to me and all the fans of the ‘BuzzFeed Unsolved’ crew who have kept this show alive for 15 seasons and almost six years.
“We are thrilled to be able to give victory to the ‘undecided’ fans as we climb into one last Nightmarish Odyssey through one of America’s most so-called haunted locations,” Madeleine commented.
The official departure of two of BuzzFeed’s most popular personalities is definitely a hit. The company has previously claimed that it has “always worked hard to create an environment where BuzzFeed makers can experiment and grow their careers – and we will support our makers who want to explore new paths independently.”
With the departure of Bargara and Madেজs from “Unresolved,” BuzzFeed said it would continue to develop content for the BuzzFeed Unresolved Network, with new pilots planned to focus on horror, mystery and unusual stories.