Josh Gates Returns With New Episodes Of Expedition Unknown

The expedition continues with all-new legends.

Throughout the month of June, watch all-new episodes of Expedition Unknown beginning Wednesday, June 1 at 9/8c.

Josh Gates, host of Expedition Unknown, travels on the train from Panama City, Panama to the City of Colon, Province of Colon, Panama some 90 miles north of Panama City, Panama. Tuesday, August 26, 2014.  Photo: Tito Herrera for Travel Channel

Josh Gates, host of Expedition Unknown, travels on the train from Panama City, Panama to the City of Colon, Province of Colon, Panama some 90 miles north of Panama City, Panama. Tuesday, August 26, 2014. Photo: Tito Herrera for Travel Channel

Photo by: Tito Herrera

Tito Herrera

Josh’s quest to find the truth behind the world’s most captivating stories begins in Mexico as he searches for clues behind the mysterious rise and disappearance of Teotihuacan and continues in Ecuador on his quest for the all-powerful mummy of the last Inca king, Atahualpa.  

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