Exclusive clip: Sasquatch is back with new season of Finding Bigfoot on Animal Planet

Finding Bigfoot
Is this what Sasquatch might look like? Finding Bigfoot returns to Animal Planet for a new season

Finding Bigfoot is set to return to Animal Planet in January and this season promises new evidence backed up by some compelling testimonials.

The all-new episodes take the team across the U.S. as they search for the ever-elusive cryptid.

The team is made up of Bigfoot Field Research Organization (BFRO) president Matt Moneymaker, skeptic and scientist Ranae Holland plus researchers James ‘Bobo’ Fay and Cliff Barackman.

Locals are keen to report sightings of Bigfoot
Locals are keen to report sightings of Bigfoot

In the season premiere they head to North Carolina where an Appalachian family has been reporting Bigfoot sightings for decades.

A gathering of the locals at the town hall proves to be a goldmine of anecdotes and pointers.

The team call in help
The team call for assistance from family and friends

The team decide that with so much information and so many clues to investigate, they need more help. Family members and friends are drafted in and the eight-strong team head to a location where they are hopeful of spotting a Bigfoot.

Later in the season the team will visit Arizona, Utah, Hawaii, Colorado and New Mexico as they leave no stone unturned in their search for the truth behind the legendary creature.

But can they find anything in this vast wilderness?
But can they find anything in this vast wilderness?

One bold town in Minnesota even calls itself the ‘home of Bigfoot’ and the team are skeptical, but after some great leads they turn up some interesting evidence.

Their search even takes them as far as the Hawaiian Islands, where they go on the trail of the Menehune (little foot).

Visit the official site for more info on this mysterious creature and the team behind the show.

Finding Bigfoot will premiere on Sunday, January 8 at 9 PM ET/PT on Animal Planet.

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