‘Grammy’ nominated singer songwriter and global pop superstar Kesha has a message for everyone that shares her deep passion for all things supernatural and paranormal: “Let’s go!” Now, in Conjuring Kesha, she expands her understanding of the universe, journeying deep into the heart of darkness, all while checking off her paranormal bucket list. In the six one-hour episodes, Kesha explores the nation’s biggest mysteries, haunted locations and supernatural phenomena with exciting celebrity guests and experts in the unexplained.
Over her career, Kesha has earned two ‘Grammy’ nominations, 10 Top Ten singles, over a billion views on YouTube, two number one albums, four number one songs on Top 40 radio and nearly 40 million followers across social media.
Throughout the season, Kesha dives headfirst into mysteries ranging from demonic activity at Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary with comedian Whitney Cummings to hiking deep into the forests of California’s Mount Shasta in search of Bigfoot with “The Bachelorette” star, Jojo Fletcher. Kesha and former tour mate Betty Who face their fears at a haunted opera hall in Kesha’s home state of Tennessee; and she converts actor and rapper GaTa into a full-blown believer at one of the most haunted mansions on the West Coast. Kesha and legendary supermodel Karen Elson become the first to film inside an active and haunted lodge affiliated with the notorious secret society, the Odd Fellows. She also takes the queen of bounce rap, Big Freedia, on the ultimate ghost hunt at the infamously haunted Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum in Tennessee.
At every stop, Kesha and her celeb pals are joined by top paranormal experts – like psychics Cindy Kaza and Chip Coffey or Bigfoot researcher Ronny LeBlanc – who help guide them through the incredible paranormal activity they experience.
“To me, the supernatural comes naturally. It started with my insatiable curiosity, my eternal searching for something bigger than myself. This has motivated my art, informed my music and has given a purpose to my entire life. It’s an eternal search for proof of God. But it’s the adventures that I have with my friends that take these pilgrimages to the next level and make them a reality. I wanted to catch actual proof of the unexplainable. If we could catch these things on camera, then what else could be true? My podcast, ‘Kesha and the Creepies,’ was the jumping-off point into the unknown – and now this show is the ultimate quest to go deeper into my existential questions. Trust me, you don’t wanna miss this.”Kesha
SERIES PREMIERE: “Not Today, Satan” – Begins Streaming Friday, July 8
Kesha and comedian Whitney Cummings dive into the darkness of Tennessee’s haunted “Bloody Brushy,” a closed penitentiary that encaged the worst of the worst. Kesha is pushed to her limit when she makes contact with a demonic force.
Episode 2: “Songs for the Dead” – Begins Streaming Friday, July 8
Kesha and pop star Betty Who unravel the mysteries of Tennessee’s Antoinette Hall, one of America’s oldest and most haunted opera houses. The deeper they delve into the dark secrets beneath the old stage, the more aggressive the spirits become with Kesha and her crew.
Episode 3: “A Terrifying Truth” – Begins Streaming Friday, July 15
Kesha and actor-rapper GaTa check in for a night of sheer terror at San Francisco’s mysterious Westerfeld House. Is master illusionist Harry Houdini responsible for the electrifying paranormal activity? Is it the satanic rituals and an unsolved murder? They must listen to uncover the truth.
Episode 4: “Into Bigfoot’s Lair” – Begins Streaming Friday, July 22
Kesha takes former “Bachelorette” star Jojo Fletcher to Mount Shasta, a supernatural vortex with the most missing person cases of any national park in the United States. They enlist Bigfoot expert Ronny LeBlanc to lead them through the dark abyss in hopes of spotting the mythical beast.
Episode 5: “Kesha Faces Mortality” – Begins Streaming Friday, July 29
Kesha and supermodel Karen Elson peel back the curtain on the Odd Fellows, a centuries-old secret society infamous for its macabre rituals and literal skeletons in the closet. But their presence in the lodge soon spurs alarming paranormal activity as Kesha grapples with dark truths.
Episode 6: “Descent Into Madness” – Begins Streaming Friday, August 5
Kesha and rapper Big Freedia face their worst fears at Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum. The building comes to life overnight spurring violent activity and revealing disturbing truths. Psychic Chip Coffey joins the investigation in hopes of setting the spirits free.
Conjuring Kesha premieres on discovery+, with two episodes dropping Friday, July 8 and the four subsequent episodes premiere weekly on Fridays through August 5.
Conjuring Kesha is produced by Grandma’s House Entertainment for discovery+. Executive producers are Kesha, Dan Newmark and Ben Newmark of Grandma’s House Entertainment, Jack Rovner, Lagan Sebert of Magic Seed and Elaine White. For discovery+, the executive producer is French Horwitz.