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The Curse Of Oak Island Spin-Off Fans Should Be Watching

"The Curse of Oak Island" is easily one of the most popular series that History has to offer, and indeed, according to Variety, it's one of the most popular shows on TV. The series stars Rick and Marty Lagina, two brothers who have dedicated their lives to uncovering the mystery surrounding the titular island off the coast of Nova Scotia. The search for the legendary Oak Island treasure has been capturing the imagination of fortune seekers for centuries, and "The Curse of Oak Island" gives millions of viewers a weekly glimpse into what that search is really like.

As it turns out, the hunt for buried treasure can often be an exercise in frustration. Over the course of its nine seasons, "The Curse of Oak Island" fans have seen more rusty nails and bits of wood pulled out of the Canadian soil than pirate treasure. If you're a fan of the series who is looking to get off the island and shake things up, the Lagina brothers have you covered. In 2020, a spin-off series titled "Beyond Oak Island" launched, and it's the perfect show for fans who need a break from the action on Oak Island, but still want to enjoy the dogged hunt for lost treasure that the Laginas and their associates are famous for. 

Beyond Oak Island examines treasure hunts across the world

Currently in its second season, "Beyond Oak Island" explores the stories behind various treasure hunts across the world. Whether it's a search for undiscovered Spanish shipwrecks or a mythical quest for an Aztec treasure lost to time, the series presents each new adventure with the same seriousness and conviction that "The Curse of Oak Island" is famous for. Whether the stories come from the history books or the whispers of legend, Rick and Marty are determined to unearth the truth behind these lost treasures. 

Each week, the Lagina brothers and other members of the "Oak Island" team break down the legends behind these treasures, and sometimes even attempt to continue the search themselves (though, in classic "Oak Island" fashion, results may vary). That said, for any fans looking for a show in the same style as "The Curse of Oak Island," complete with a refreshing change of scenery and plenty of cool historical facts, the series is a must-watch.