Get ready for an all-new season of Mysteries of the Abandoned on Science Channel and discovery+

Mysteries of the Abandoned. Image courtesy Discovery
Mysteries of the Abandoned. Image courtesy Discovery /

While many buildings are preserved, some have been left abandoned. These abandoned places hold secrets waiting to be revealed on Mysteries of the Abandoned.

Buildings hold mystery and intrigue. They have stories of the rich and famous, and stories of the forgotten. Mysteries of the Abandoned takes a look into some of these buildings, most of them made iconic through the people who visited or spent time there, whether they were good or bad people.

An all-new season comes to Science Channel and discovery+ on Thursday, May 20. Each week, there will be a new episode to explore a new location. There’s time to catch up on the previous episodes to get a sense of what to expect.

The season will explore 10 new locations. You’ll recognize each of them, whether it’s from TV shows and documentaries or from images of the past. Now is the time to explore their rich and sometimes haunted mysteries.

Where will Mysteries of the Abandoned take us this season?

Throughout the season, you’ll be taken around the globe. These structures have withstood wars, natural disasters, and erosion. While you wouldn’t want to live in them, they offer a look at the past, with plenty of secrets still to unveil.

Our friends at Science Channel and discovery+ have given us this exclusive clip to take a look inside what to expect this season. There are places fit for a dictator and a place where the most famous woman in the world once stayed…who could that be?

One of the places is in London following the 1958 “Great Stink.” It’s known as the “Cathedral of Sewage,” and is still considered one of the biggest rotative beam engines the world has ever seen. It’s time to look into the revolutionary sewer system and what it could be in the future.

We’ll then head to just off China’s coast to a concrete box that looks like an apartment block looming over the water. What is the true purpose of the structure? It’s linked to Communist China, and you’ll be surprised by some of the reveals made.

Russia, Croatia, Scotland. They’re all places on the list of Mysteries of the Abandoned this season. You’re not going to want to miss out.

Mysteries of the Abandoned is produced by Like A Shot Productions for Science Channel with Henry Scott and Steve Gillham serving as executive producers. Neil Laird serves as executive producer for Science Channel and Andrew Lessner is producer.

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Mysteries of the Abandoned premieres on Thursday, May 20 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Science Channel and discovery+.