Yes it is too melodramatic but if that's what it takes, like Gold Rush, etc, then fine as long as it's keeps viewers. I really don't mean this review as a dig against the people on the show. I could probably find one in my backyard here in Florida if I dig enough. And even more incredible how stupid these guys are. As other guy mentioned, coffer dam.
A two year old can figure this out! Don't waste your time watching unless you enjoy disappointment. Roosevelt, who all financed or took part in digs in what's become one of the longest treasure hunts in history. We're not just saying that. I do hope no one gets hurt in the exploration of the treasure. These guys couldn't dig their way out of a wet paper bag! And if there's a nice, condensed documentary, that's even better. Not sure if I believe there really is a treasure but the story line is very interesting and can't wait for the next episode to see what they do and explore. Another explanation that is not covered is that the whole thing is a naturally occurring sinkhole, oh and one more, Ancient Aliens, which is surprising since this is the History Channel after all.
The island creeps me out now, seeing I believe in spirits and ghosts. Roosevelt, who all financed or took part in digs in what's become one of the longest treasure hunts in history. This is why people died because of absolute stupidity. Unfortunately, this show isn't worth the hangover. Picking the most ridiculous one and making a show based on that is sad.
The producers seem to revel in reiteration, regurgitation and repetition so you end up with 5 to 10 minutes worth of actual show and 55 minutes worth of crap. They have turned to staged and cleverly edited junk. Simply and to the point, it would be better to tune in to the last episode of each season however many that will be to get a summary, which will be sufficient to learn anything of historical significance. They read a lot of poorly written books that ignore all contradictory evidence, fail to do even the most basic research, and march off to dig yet more holes in that island. You can find old coins all along the Atlantic coast. What The History Channel needs to do though is stop repeating the same story of the curse - we get it, stop telling me what's coming next after the commercial and then recapping what I saw just before those commercials- if you think I can't remember that far back then you're airing too many commercials, and maybe combine a few episodes into one so I feel the team has accomplished something or give more details in place of the same curse chants so it doesn't feel like I wasted an hour watching 15 minutes of actual content. Go choke on your dentures! What my hour amounts to is about ninety seconds of watchable television while I fight the urge to fast forward through more than the commercials.
It's a plodding show at best with lots of talk and not a lot of action, great for say a man cave during a brake job since you're not likely to miss anything should you have to get up for a drink or crawl under the car. Painfully slow, uninteresting, staged drivel. I've thought about starting a drinking game to play as I watch but I'm not sure I'd want to get that drunk. We are always on the lookout for talented candidates who are curious about the world around them and passionate about entertainment. Theories range from pirate treasure to Shakespeare's Lost Folios to a priceless religious artifact brought over by the Knights Templar. The last several episodes, however, I've just fast forwarded through, watching a few seconds here and there. But that's where my accolades end.
If I remember correctly, something not mentioned on this show, is that even the Oak trees are not native to the island, were planted. I have been intrigued by Oak Island since I read about it years ago and have even been to the island and bought a book about it. Having known about this mystery for a long time I would really love to get an answer. Never really took an interest but now I'm hooked. Yes it would cost tons but could be done. At the end of the show, they received information about how old the fiber was. The worst thing that could happen is that the show does not come back for season 2 or longer.
Oh wait, we can do this other thing, and if we do, we might unlock the secret of the island. Just like I would not turn to the last page of a book and ruin the ending, I want to ride along with this incredible story! Could have looked for a couple others that same day. In The Curse of Oak Island Season 6 Putlocker Full Episodes, The Curse of Oak Island follows brothers Marty and Rick Lagina originally from Kingsford, Michigan through their effort to find the speculated - and as of yet undiscovered - buried treasure believed to have been concealed through extraordinary means on Oak Island. I read they will do tours of the island so i'm hoping to do a tour in the summer. Don't understand why the Canadian Government has never declared it a special site and started excavating. Maybe they could do a crossover episode. Found one stone and went straight to swamp.
Episode after episode spending 45+ minutes of each show discussing what they are going to do or want to do and spending 5 minutes actually doing said deed. Why didn't they find a huge heap of wood chips, brush, and other material from all the worked lumber that was needed to crib that 200' shaft and all those flood tunnels? We should all be wiped from existence! Concluded the treasure was moved but I feel he didn't do enough. Wonderful exposure of the island and the treasure associated with it. Just checked in on episode 1, season 2, and it is still moving along at a snail's pace. I'm sure that crew could get to the bottom of this.
When a show is as bad as Curse of Oak Island there just aren't enough words to say. That what happens when everyone eats beans, Farts, creates all that gas that killed everyone. None of these guys deserve any treasure, credit or anything else for being so incredibly stupid! Furthermore, I expect things on the History Channel to be, I don't know, factual? Of course it cannot be an action pact reality show. I've been studying this story for decades, have dissected the tale from the point of view of folklorist and historian, and long ago discovered that most of the tale is entirely fictional. It is not plausible for such an industrious endeavor to occur when the technology to sail was not even present. I can't wait for the next episode.