For the last few months, fans were constantly asking whether The Curse of Oak Island will return with Season 5. This is a clear proof that the audience really wants to be updated and see the continuation of the story. The previous season received the highest ratings yet with the finale episode.
Until now, the uncertainty of whether Season 5 of The Curse of Oak Island will return or not has remained in the mind of the public. However, it also gave birth to a lot of rumors – positive and negative. At the time, it looks like the highly anticipated series will be back for another year sooner rather than later. The verification of this came after the post had been published on social media, suggesting that the filming is being done during the summer.
Yet, what they still didn’t confirm is whether we will see Marty and Rick Lagina back in Season 5 of The Curse of Oak Island. Nonetheless, we do expect them to show up, as they didn’t give an announcement about discontinuing the show. They still have to find the secret treasure they had previously pledged to uncover. When it comes to the premiere of the new season, every previous, with the exception of Season 1, had been launched in November, as it was filmed earlier during the year. For example, Season 2 had its premiere on November 4, 2014, Season 3 on November 10, 2015, while Season 4 started on November 15, 2016. Therefore, it is highly likely that Season 5 will be broadcasted somewhere in November 2017.
We have more good news for the fans of this reality series. We are all acquainted with Randall Sullivan who plays himself in the famous reality TV show. You will be very glad to hear that this famous author slash journalist is an author of the book called The Curse of Oak Island. Despite the fact that the book will get on the shelves in 2018, it will mostly deal with the treasure location – Oak Island, theories about locations filled with treasure, and some elaborate details about some people who tried their luck in hunting the treasure. Sullivan is very popular, due to his published books ‘Untouchable: The Strange Life and Tragic Death of Michael Jackson,’ ‘The Miracle Detective’ (2004) and ‘Labyrinth’ (2002).