June 14, 2010 / 7:55 AM / 7 years ago

Syfy renews "Ghost Hunters" for Season 7

LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Syfy's "Ghost Hunters," the flagship series in the cable channel's most popular franchise, will return for a seventh season next year.

Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson will resume their roles as the leaders of TAPS (the Atlantic Paranormal Society), which investigates reports of paranormal activity. Syfy ordered 25 episodes.

Since debuting in 2004, "Ghost Hunters" has launched two spinoffs, "Ghost Hunters Academy" and "Ghost Hunters International," and inspired countless imitators on rival networks. The show has become Syfy's longest-running original series.

The first half of Season 6 averaged 2.6 million viewers, making Syfy the top-rated cable network in the "Hunters" time slot.

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