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The Curse of Oak Island, Season 4HDTV-PGClosed Captioning

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Rick and Marty Lagina's lifelong dream of solving the 221-year Oak Island mystery may be on the verge of the greatest breakthrough yet. With over 450 tons of state-of-the-art technology and heavy digging machinery, this season the Lagina brothers are excavating the Money Pit – a manmade hole discovered in the late 1700s – which is believed to be hiding a chest full of valuable items.

Customer Reviews

Fading fast

As much as I enjoy the general premise of this show, it's really starting to fade and cause me to lose interest. After 10X was shown to be a total bust (although apparently sending someone down there to look and touch the objects wasn't enough for some ont he show), they've slowly moved back to the money pit. The diversions are becoming even more outlandish before. Now, between the horrible narration and recapping the series after each commercial break, they are exploring a well in a really weird couple's back yard, taking for granite some map a random New Yorker finds in a book (without even bothering to see if its authentic), and searching for a stone tablet when its already premised that the writing on the tablet was faded off. Don't get me wrong, it's entertaining. But that entertainment is not so much an interest in what they're going to find, but more of guessing what the next outlandish theory of the supposed oak island treasure is. I'd enjoy this show if they brought in people with theories that the money pit is nothing more than a sink hole and most of the fables, which the show takes for granted, were written about long after the supposed first discovery of this money pit. This is the History Channel and they should go a little less on the reality TV scripted junk and offer full insight.

Something there!

Can't wait for episode 8! Not to disagree with SpaceGuy43, there have been many times in the series where the narration totally blows 'not finds' out of proportion. But, after watching episode 7, and the previews for episode 8, it is more telling now than ever that there was a lot more to this island 300+ years ago!


How is it possible to make such a fascinating mystery seem boring and aggravating all at once? Hire a narrator to interject useless flashback commentary and to endlessly posit; "A (insert "find" here) rusty Coca Cola bottlecap?!...Could it be that the team has uncovered a clue to solving the mystery?". The next time I hear another "could it be?", I swear I'm gonna toss a treasure chest through the TV.
If this show returns next year, fire the narrator, don't USE a narrator, STOP WITH THE ENDLESS FLASHBACKS...WE CAN REMEMBER FOR OURSELVES, WE ARE NOT STUPID...and, and, and...just let the players tell the story.
Fod God's sake, give the Laginas something to really say, other than 30 second scripted "thoughts". This show is turning to rust, not gold.