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The Curse of Oak Island Season 10: Will it happen and when is it likely to air?

Rick and Marty Lagina discussing Oak Island
Rick and Marty Lagina hope to continue digging on Oak Island. Pic credit: History

Last night saw the final episode of Season 9 of The Curse of Oak Island. But the treasure remains undiscovered, and the mystery has not yet been solved. So will the Lagina brothers continue their quest, will there be a Season 10?

There is no doubt that Rick and Marty Lagina fully intend to continue with their project, and fans can expect their loyal friends and colleagues of the Fellowship of the Dig to stay by their side. Last night’s episode made that clear as all the guys enthusiastically took part in making plans for the following year.

Will there be a season 10 of The Curse of Oak Island?

As of writing, the History Channel has not yet confirmed that there will be a Season 10 of The Curse of Oak Island, but that is not unusual. In the past, the channel has often left it to the last minute before publicly announcing the show’s return.

The guys and the production team have faced really difficult challenges in the last couple of years. Restrictions surrounding COVID-19 have hampered the schedule in a big way, cutting down on drilling operations and the amount of time they could spend on the island.

This, combined with further government rules on where on the island they were allowed to operate, such as when they were barred from digging in the swamp, has meant the production team must have struggled. However, they still managed to produce two great seasons, meaning Season 10 should be a breeze.

Fans should rest easy knowing that ratings for the show remain high. Each episode pulls in between two and three million viewers and has done so consistently for nine seasons, which should give the guys at the History Channel some comfort that the show will continue to attract fans.

When will Season 10 of The Curse of Oak Island likely air?

Ever since Season 2, The Curse of Oak Island has always begun airing in the first half of November on a Tuesday. As of writing, there is no reason to believe that that might change for Season 10.

Therefore, fans can reasonably expect Season 10 to begin on either November 1 or November 8, 2022. However, it’s possible that it could be delayed until Tuesday, November 15, 2022.

The number of episodes per season has gradually increased since 2014 when the opening season aired a paltry five episodes. The last four seasons have all featured over 20 episodes, and the previous two had 25; viewers can expect Season 10 to have a roughly similar number of episodes, which would likely take us into early May 2023.

Don’t get caught out by the mid-season week-long break that usually occurs in February around President’s Day. Next year, President’s Day falls on Monday, February 20, so it’s likely there will not be an Oak Island episode that week.

The Curse of Oak Island is currently on hiatus, but Season 10 is expected to begin in November 2022.

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Pat
Pat
8 months ago

Looking forward to Season 10.

Connie Little
Connie Little
8 months ago
Reply to  Pat

I feel sorry for all those guys. All they ever find are bits and pieces. I dout they find the ark of the covenant but I hope they find some small treasure. After all someone has been there.

Travis McCann
Travis McCann
8 months ago

Hey History Channel, no one likes a quitter so get the job done already!

Peter Finch
Peter Finch
7 months ago

Brothers are right it’s all about the data they have all come together as a family detective work research data Science all come together for a look back in time brilliant wish I was there laughing

Brendan
Brendan
6 months ago

I believe there is something there too much is going on even if some has been found I think it is in more then 1 place it can be and spread out but everything I’ve seen I think the main place is under the swamp not on the land i think they were just hiding underground can’t wait to see if that is true

Hal Jordan
Hal Jordan
6 months ago

The show and people involved are excellent. Something significant went on here many years ago. If some of the treasure has already been found, that is cool. There may be something left, and the historical discoveries are very interesting. Those who hate the show should stop watching and catch the synopsis after all is resolved. Good luck to Rick, Marty, and the crew!

Anonymous
Anonymous
6 months ago

I love this show, cannot wait for season 10!

Saundra
Saundra
5 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous

Agree! My Dad and I are on opposite coasts but this shows brings us together every year to root for the whole crew!

Anonymous
Anonymous
5 months ago

Fan since the beginning and fan to the end.

Dale Warren
5 months ago

I’ve been a fan from the start. A retiree, I had to drop my subscription to Hulu but I’m putting money aside to renew when Oak Island starts again.

Janice
Janice
4 months ago
Reply to  Dale Warren

I dropped Hulu as well, but picked up DirectStream TV. It costs about $15 more per month, but it’s worth it.
They do carry the History channel, that’s one reason why I selected it.

Annika
Annika
5 months ago

It’s in the swamp. Laginas paid for island. They should have access to it all.
Laird Nivel pulled a fast one on them. Hope he regrets doing that.

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sylvia bevacqua mestas
4 months ago
Reply to  Annika

i love oak island hope it never ends love the brothers

Connie Little
Connie Little
4 months ago
Reply to  Annika

I totally agree with you they’re using these brothers to Market off of them they bought the island I understand all the government licensing and environmental God forbid we hurt anything God created and he knows how to take care of anyways I pray the Lord sends them something they have been trying for so long they may not get what they want but they deserve something

Tom
Tom
5 months ago

I must have missed something. What did Laired Nivin do that he will possibly regret ?

Bob Uphoff
Bob Uphoff
4 months ago

I read the original article in Readers Digest. Hope they find something soon..

Dale Warren
4 months ago

That Readers Digest article was my first hint that something important was buried there. I’ve been intrigued since then, and follow the show religiously.

Jimmy
Jimmy
3 months ago

I’m very curious as to what kind of setbacks hurricane Fiona caused. It was a devastating storm for parts of Atlantic Canada, especially Nova Scotia.