Travel Channel’s 2016 slate includes three new series I Adventure (working title), Meter’s Running and Could I Live There? The network also is re-upping Bert The Conqueror for a third season following a four-year hiatus, renewing Bizarre Foods: Delicious Destinations for a Season 3, Hotel Impossible for a seventh season and Xtreme Waterparks for a fifth go-round.

I Adventure (wt) and Meter’s Running showcase popular personalities with a passion for travel and exploration. I Adventure (wt) is an intimate glimpse into the true enthusiasm for a special destination with actors Terry Crews, Jon Cryer and Eric Stonestreet; and Meter’s Running (wt) with host Andrew Zimmern, the three-time James Beard Award-winning TV personality, chef, food writer and culinary explorer, is a drive-along with a local that knows the best-kept secrets in a city, the taxi driver. Could I Live There? follows real people faced with a life-changing decision – should I pick up the family and relocate to a new foreign city? Below are details of new and renewed series:

Greenlit Productions (brief descriptions, in alphabetical order):

Series:

Could I Live There?
“Could I Live There?” follows the lives of professionals and their families as they face a tremendous opportunity – AND the biggest decision they’ll ever make. Is a life-changing job offer worth leaving behind everything to live abroad in a strange new city thousands of miles away? Each episode features the story of a family faced with relocating to a foreign country. They hop a jet and take three days to experience the sights and sounds of their prospective new home city. An insightful relocation expert tailors a whirlwind tour to their client’s specific needs and lifestyle. At the end, after they’ve seen what the city has to offer, the families have to reveal their choice – stay or go? “Could I Live There?” is greenlit for 13 half-hour episodes and is produced by Karga 7 Pictures.

I Adventure (wt)
“I Adventure” (wt) hands the camera to some of the most fascinating people in the world and asks them to explore what compels and inspires them. Celebrities travel around the world to take viewers on an intimate adventure of discovery and exploration on a variety of subjects including the marvels of space exploration with Jon Cryer, the rebirth of Motor City with Terry Crews and the intrigue of World War II espionage with Eric Stonestreet. “I Adventure” (wt) is greenlit for three one-hour episodes and is produced by Herzog & Company.

Meter’s Running (wt)
Chef Andrew Zimmern believes AndrewZimmernthe best way to explore a town is to get to know the locals first and the first local he usually meets is his cabbie. In “Meter’s Running” (wt), Zimmern discovers the streets behind Main Street, the off-the-grid dives and the fun only insiders know how to find. With his guide – whether it’s a shikara driver in Kashmir, a gondolier in Venice or a taxi driver in the Deep South, Zimmern shares a locals-only experience, discovering the uniqueness of every destination. Never staying in the back seat for long, Zimmern and his driver take viewers on an entertaining behind-the-scenes adventure, exploring food and culture from a whole new perspective. “Meter’s Running” (wt) is greenlit for eight one-hour episodes and is produced by Intuitive Content.

New Seasons:

Bizarre Foods: Delicious Destinations
“Bizarre Foods: Delicious Destinations,” an extension of the long-running and popular “Bizarre Foods” franchise, is back for a third season. Hosted by renowned chef and culinary explorer Andrew Zimmern, this series features the not-to-be-missed foods that define a location. Most travelers want to experience the local favorites, whether it’s deep-dish pizza in Chicago, souvlaki in Athens, stone crab claws in Miami or sushi in Tokyo. But how many really know the origins of these foods, how they are prepared and the best places to eat them? The destinations explored in the new season will include Bogota, Charleston, Honolulu, the Philippines, Providence, Seattle, Singapore and Tel Aviv. “Bizarre Foods: Delicious Destinations” is greenlit for seven half-hour and six one-hour episodes and is produced by Tremendous! Entertainment.

Hotel Impossible
Hotel expert Anthony Melchiorri is back with an all-new season of the popular series “Hotel Impossible.” This hotel fixer is relentless when it comes to getting struggling and under-performing hotels all over the world back on their feet and on the path to success. In Season Seven, viewers will see more special experts, new designers, hidden cameras, gadgets and technology that test, evaluate and measure different aspects of each hotel. “Hotel Impossible” will return to the network with 13 all-new, one-hour episodes and is produced by Atlas Media Corp.

Bert the Conqueror
Host Bert Kreischer is back for another exciting season of “Bert the Conqueror.” This season, the thrills and excitement are bigger and more daring than ever as Bert scours the country to take on the most exciting rides and challenges. The series showcases the fun and ingenious side of America, all through the eyes of a man who throws himself into everything with a smile, a laugh and a scream. “Bert the Conqueror” returns to the network for its third season with six half-hour and seven one-hour episodes and is produced by Sharp Entertainment.

Xtreme Waterparks
Back with Season Five, “Xtreme Waterparks” continues to give viewers an exclusive, adrenaline-filled spin on the wildest, over-the-top and exhilarating water rides in the world! From high-speed, gravity-defying water rides, to the world’s tallest waterslides, this series reveals the most insane, nail-biting waterparks around the globe. This season, we’re taking you to the world’s tallest and fastest body slide in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; the largest funnel slide on the planet in Yongin, South Korea; and a homemade slide that uses ATVs to launch rafts and turn you into a human slingshot in Quebec, Canada. “Xtreme Waterparks” will return to the network with seven all-new, half-hour episodes. The series is produced by High Noon Entertainment.