Oak Island Season 10 Premier Date

Since the season finale of The Curse of Oak Island in April there has been a lot of speculation as to whether there will be another season. We just recently started seeing some previews and knew that it was happening. Tonight I saw an actual date for the season premier.Curse of Oak Island, History Channel, Did they find anything?Last year they did not announce when the next season would begin showing until September, so we are just a bit behind.

Historically the premier for each season comes in October or November. This year it will not be in October.

In the next weeks they will be showing some recaps from previous seasons as they prepare for the premier. As mentioned above the season trailer is starting to be shown, but perhaps we will see even more before the first episode.

We only have a short time to wait for the premier of Season 10 of The Curse of Oak Island. This year there is again the added drama of how they will continue the search with restrictions from COVID-19. There are less this year, but they will still have to deal with some heightened level of personal protection.

Oak Island, treasure, Randal SullivanIt will be interesting to see where they will be digging or exploring this year as they begin the new season.

Curse of Oak Island, Mahone Bay, Nova ScotiaWill they undertake one of the big projects they have proposed in the past?

The operations at the site will have already been completed, so perhaps they will give hints of what is to come later in the season.

In the trailer for season 10 they showed some images from 10x so it looks like they will be revisiting it. There are some interesting images in the trailer.

So what is the date for the season premier? It will be on Tuesday, October 15. We only have a little over a month to wait.

What will they find this year?


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