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The Curse of Oak Island 3 Seasons 2014

Season 1
3.9 out of 5 stars (121) IMDb 7/10

What lies beneath Nova Scotia's Oak Island? The notorious "Money Pit" is known for the variety of treasures it could be hiding. Is it pirate booty, buried Viking treasure or an ancient Biblical relic? Or something supernatural?

Starring:
Robert Clotworthy, Rick Lagina

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1. What Lies Below

Brothers Rick and Marty Lagina now own most of the mysterious Oak Island. Determined to resurrect the 200 year old search for treasure, they explore an abandoned shaft called 10-X.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: January 5, 2014
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2. The Mystery of Smith's Cove

When the team discovers something very unusual at Smith's Cove, Rick and Marty Lagina believe they've made a huge breakthrough in unlocking Oak Island's secrets.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: January 12, 2014
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3. Voices from the Grave

As Rick and Marty Lagina begin work to drain a mysterious swamp, they are visited by a woman who lost her father and brother to a tragic accident on Oak Island that gave rise to rumors of a deadly curse.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: January 19, 2014
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4. The Secret of Solomon's Temple

A visitor to the island presents Rick and Marty Lagina with his incredible theory about where the treasure on Oak Island is located.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: January 26, 2014
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5. The Find

Rick and Marty Lagina make one of the biggest discoveries in the 200-year old search for treasure on Oak Island.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: February 9, 2014
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Product Details

Genres Reality TV
Starring Robert Clotworthy, Rick Lagina
Supporting actors Marty Lagina, David Blankenship, Craig Tester, Jack Begley, Dan Henskee, Charles Barkhouse, Alex Lagina, Dan Blankenship, James Thornton, Howard Ehrenberg, John Chatterton, Peter Fornetti
Season year 2014
Network A&E Television Networks
Producers David Comtois, Kim Sheerin
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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This is a fun show for those of you who are archeology / history / paranormal buffs who are willing to suspend your disbelief on occasion for some escapist TV. The big hole on Oak Island MAY contain pirate treasure, or the Holy Grail, or......a bunch of dirt. Regardless, it is kind of interesting to watch the obsession of these many men play out. This is not high intellectual documentary television by any means, but it is fun.
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Painfully repetitive! SLOOOOOOOOOOOWWW!

Might have made an entertaining one-hour show, but holy cow, NOT a miniseries.

For crying out loud! Get to the point. If there is one...

And speculation-wise, they've introduced everything but the Loch Ness Monster.

The History Channel should apologize to its viewers for this one.
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Sadly another Masonic advertisement. History being stretched, and distorted, with long dead organizations and notables. The dead have no voice. Just as Dan Brown, seemingly,inadvertently revealed in his concluding chapters it's all about Scottish Freemasonry. Notice that there is no mention of York Rite Freemasonry. History is quite clear that Roman, Arab, and Crusader forces went through the underground of the SECOND Temple with great care to find treasure. Might as well say that Mary Magdalene stole it and took it to Spain. Fat Chance!
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THE CURSE OF OAK ISLAND began as an exciting adventure, courtesy of the Lagina Brothers, businessmen I like to call the Lasagna Brothers when I'm not in a raunchy mood. These guys appear to either own or have exclusive excavation rights to Oak Island. In case you didn't know, the island is known as the Money Pit because of all the dopey treasure hunters who have thrown money away here.

These guys are about as interesting as watching my plumber trying to fix the toilet plumbing. Their work, which began with much promise and adventure, is now about as much fun as going to the dentist. If I had the show's narrator, the narration would follow: "ABOUT AS MUCH FUN ... AS GOING ... TO THE DENTIST??"--and there you have the grand total bullcrapometer rating for the show.

At first I felt they'd have a real archaeologist with them, guiding them, cataloging discoveries and supervising to prevent the utter desolation of any good finds. I thought there would be more of a payoff than the finding of a Spanish coin here, an English coin there. And I never expected such a dumdum narrator. One thing I can be thankful about: this show has forced me to memorize the outline of one side of the island because of the endless aerial shots there

WOW! Some adventure! Cancel it!
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I've watched 3 episodes so far. The back stories are getting annoying. I wanted to see progress on the dig and what they found, but instead you get the history of every little thing. Hope they actually do some work in later episodes.
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This show is really slow moving - very little happens in each episode. They could easily present the 1 hour (actually 41 minutes without the commercials) show in about 5-10 minutes if they stopped repeating over and over the same idiotic artistic renditions. Actually, I think they could present the whole season in about 30 minutes - it's really that slow. And let me save you any suspense - nothing ever really happens in the first season, or the second season, or.....
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I just recently learned about the Oak Island mystery a few months ago, and I was instantly very intrigued. It's a fascinating story with so many great theories, and this show is documenting these driven and passionate modern age treasure hunters. It's great to see intelligent people pulling their resources and knowledge to investigate the area the right way. I wish this were a documentary instead of a reality-style documentary, but either way I highly recommend watching if you have any interest in the Oak Island mystery.

The only thing that is annoying is the "curse"...I know this is just the drama aspect to draw in viewers, but just because some men died in an extremely dangerous situation does not make the island cursed. Also in the first episode when they were reviewing the footage taken with the underwater camera and the video clips "suddenly wouldn't play"... yeah, that was BS and we all know it. Especially because the footage had to have been handed over to the production company afterwards in order to edit the episode, so that bugged me. Plus, the one guy's poker face was not so great.

Overall, 4.5 stars, but I rounded up because if you can look past the cheesy reality show parts, it's really great. I do hope they find something amazing.
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We love this series and were glad we could order it on Amazon. It is something we watch with visitors since not many people knew about it when it was on. Plan to get each season. So nice without all the commercials; and being able to zip through the recaps.
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