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Finding Bigfoot 10 Seasons 2011

Season 1
4.1 out of 5 stars (35) IMDb 4.2/10

Follow the eccentric but passionate members of the BFRO as they embark on the ultimate investigation in search of proof that Bigfoot really does exist in the United States. By examining photos and videos of the creature, speaking to local witnesses and using new technology, the team uncovers startling evidence of the mysterious and highly intelligent enigma that has eluded capture for centuries and fascinated man for just as long.

Starring:
Ken Scott, Jonathan Hanrahan

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1. Bigfoot Crossing in Georgia

Famed Bigfoot investigator Matt Moneymaker and his team of Bigfoot Field Research Organization (BFRO) experts travel to the forests of northern Georgia to examine footage of what could be a Bigfoot running across the road.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: May 30, 2011
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2. Swamp Ape

Bigfoot expert Matt Moneymaker takes his team to northern Florida to help a family that believes they have a Bigfoot living on their property. The team meets with members of the Seminole nation, whose history with the creature goes back hundreds of years.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: June 5, 2011
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3. Caught on Tape

From deep inside the North Carolina Uhwarrie National forest comes one of the most convincing pieces of Bigfoot footage from the past 40 years. The team of BFRO investigators use decades worth of experiences to determine if this footage is the real deal.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: June 12, 2011
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4. Fishing for Bigfoot in Oregon

Bigfoot expert Matt Moneymaker takes his team of specialists to Oregon to examine a video taken on a rafting expedition. While investigating, the BFRO team hears a sound in the middle of the night that they believe could prove the creature's existence.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: June 19, 2011
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5. Frozen Bigfoot

Famed Bigfoot expert Matt Moneymaker and his team of Bigfoot Field Research Organization (BFRO) investigators journey into the mountains of southern Washington to explore a series of photos that depict what some believe is a Bigfoot on a snowy peak.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: June 26, 2011
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6. Alaska's Bigfoot Island

A call from a concerned mayor brings Matt Moneymaker and his team of Bigfoot Research Organization experts to the island of Prince of Wales, Alaska. The island has a long history with the beast, but a recent spike in activity has the townspeople on edge.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: July 10, 2011
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7. Behind The Search

Matt Moneymaker and his team of Bigfoot researchers return to Oregon to participate in their favorite event, Bigfoot and Beer. The team reflect on their expeditions, answer questions and share some never before seen moments.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: July 17, 2011
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Product Details

Genres Drama, Documentary
Starring Ken Scott, Jonathan Hanrahan
Supporting actors Matt Moneymaker, Cliff Barackman, James Fay, Ranae Holland, Lyle Blackburn, Craig Woolheater
Season year 2011
Network Animal Planet
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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By Hui Shen ben Israel TOP 1000 REVIEWER on November 4, 2013
FINDING BIGFOOT is awfully scattered about on Amazon ~ so I'm doing a generic review for several of them.

This has become one of my favorite shows. It does me no harm nor embarrasses me to compare the show to Cousteau's work or Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom with the equally great Marlin Perkins. Here, the explorers except one are amateurs. "Bobo" Fay, a man I know I recognize from TV or film from his work as a stuntman, is great comic relief and a Sasquatch believer extraordinaire.

Matt Moneymaker, who may or may not have relatives in my hometown, is the self-proclaimed "leader" (the others lashed him over that mistake, since they consider themselves co-workers/equals). Ranae Holland, a lady I admire deeply, is the scientist (a field biologist who used to study birds, I think). The last good fellow is Cliff Barackman.

Cliff Barackman is the reticent fellow--talks the least but works just as hard. This team comprises the Bigfoot Field Research Organization (hope I got that right, I always reverse "field" and "research" but I am accustomed to the arrangement "field research"). They go to particular places, meet with the witnesses town-meeting style, then get to investigating the three most credible witnesses.

All of that is basically what the show is; however, I compare it to the other great shows of my youth because these folks are going out and doing the work those Old School greats also did for TV. One day, I know it will occur, they'll find and film a real Sasquatch. Some may disagree with me, but I believe Roger Patterson's 1967 film is the only authenticated and proved documentary of a real Sasquatch.

In the first season, you may witness squabbles.
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I purchased this season for my spouse. She is a bigfoot junkie. This show is hilariously lame and misleading. Bigfoot is lurking around every corner but never shows his face. Matt Moneymaker is 100% positive that every sound he hears in the woods is a bigfoot and Renae is the only rational person available to shut him down. Great unintentional comedy!
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There's something exciting and interesting watching 'Finding Bigfoot ' with the crew. They're a great team, and I don't care how many episodes are shown over and over on tv, everyone of them keep you on the edge of your seat with the anticipation of seeing one. My sister and I go vacationing in north Blueridge, GA. and the cabins we rent have to be near the Chattahoochie National Forest and Helen, where there have been reports of seeing Bigfoots. We stay out on the porch doing our whoops and knocks, in hope of seeing or hearing one of the big, hairy, creatures. Maybe one day. I hope 'Finding Bigfoot' never gets taken off tv. It's the best entertainment tv offers.
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I was happy when this program started. Nice to see a creature program that is dedicated only to Bigfoot. Some of the episodes are annoying, ones with the team bickering, but stuff happens you know? I would recommend this to someone who likes Bigfoot info. The program is informative and entertaining, I have seen many episodes and really like it well enough to watch it over and over, it's fun and interesting TV. The kids love this at their sleep overs(Us big kids too!) That last poster needs a happy pill or something I think. No need to tell other people how to spend their $ please.
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I admit it, I'm a huge fan of the paranormal, but many of the "reality" paranormal shows are just not very well done. Not only is the subject matter fascinating, but this show is well shot and well produced so it's easy to watch. They haven't "found" Bigfoot yet, but the four BFRO members are real characters in their own right, and the locations are beautiful. I wish I had that job!
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The very beginning of the series. I enjoy it since I have heard in interviews that some of the original film crew took extra steps to make the series exciting, much to the dismay of the stars of the show.
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I'd call this a cult classic. Nobody hunts bigfoot like these people do, and the personalities of the individuals are great fun. If you like paranormal shows... you might like this a lot. Everyone's taking this as seriously as they possibly can.
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I enjoy the characters on the show. It is easy to watch and relaxing. They have beautiful scenic views of the country, places I would never see unless hiking through the woods or going squatching.
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