Travel Channel has announced that it has renewed five series, including Andrew Zimmern’s "Bizarre Foods America," according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Freshman series "Baggage Battles," "Hotel Impossible," "Trip Flip" and "Toy Hunter" were given second seasons. "Bizarre Foods America" will return for a seventh season.
In a statement, Travel Channel GM Andy Singer said: "We are seeing a lot of success with our popular new shows. Whether we are revealing the secrets of how a hotel should run or what amazing finds are hidden in unclaimed baggage and property, or taking unsuspecting people on an exhilarating vacation they never saw coming, our viewers tune in to Travel Channel to be entertained, informed and inspired. Our diverse selection of fun new programming, coupled with talent who have strong and unique points-of-view, [is] helping redefine travel entertainment.”