The famous reality television series The Curse of Oak Island now becomes one of the most-watched series on the History Channel. The series was first aired on Jan 5, 2014, which goes with a total of seven seasons. The seventh season of The Curse of Oak Island was aired on April 28.
This Canadian reality television show is narrated by Robert Clotworthy. The running time of the episodes is approx 45 min and it has 112 episodes in total.
IS ‘THE CURSE OF OAK ISLAND SEASON 8′ RENEWED OR CANCELLED?
The seventh season of The Curse of Oak Island ended with the fact the Lagina Brothers didn’t found the treasure on the island but discovered the history of the Island. So, the fans get the idea that the series will return back with its Eighth season. The official website of History Channel dropped a teaser which confirms that the Lagina brothers are returning back with Eight seasons of The Curse of Oak Island.
RELEASE DATE AND TRAILER OF ‘THE CURSE OF OAK ISLAND SEASON 8’
The Curse of Oak Island season 8, is more likely to release by November 2021. Like other series, the production team may face some problems while shooting the eighth season of the reality television series, due to global pandemic COVID-19.
Though the makers haven’t dropped an official trailer for the upcoming eighth season of the reality television series, The Curse of Oak Island.
LIST OF THE EPISODES OF ‘THE CURSE OF OAK ISLAND’
- The first season was aired on Jan 5, 2014, with 5 episodes.
- The second season was premiered on Nov 4, 2014, with 10 episodes.
- The third season with 13 episodes was released on Nov 10, 2015.
- The fourth season with 16 episodes was dropped on Nov 15, 2016
- The fifth season was released on Nov 7, 2017, with 19 episodes
- The sixth season that has 23 episodes was aired on Nov 13, 2018
- The seventh season with 23 episodes premiered on Nov 2, 2019
Other details like the official trailer for the upcoming eighth season of The Curse of Oak Island, stay connected with us. The other seven seasons of The Curse of Oak Island are available on the official website of History Channel.