The Curse of Oak Island Season 6 Episode 11: ‘The Eye Of The Storm’ Release Date, Preview, and Streaming

The Curse of Oak Island Season 6 Episode 11

In this post, we are going to talk about The Curse of Oak Island Season 7 Episode 11 Release Date, Streaming, and Preview. The show is supposed to drop another episode this week, and we will be talking more about it in the article. However, it might include spoilers which might not be suitable some of the readers. Therefore, we would recommend you to read only release date and streaming details if spoilers bother you.

The Curse of Oak Island Season 7 Episode 11 Release Date

The show is now ten episodes deep into the seventh season, and the eleventh episode is due next week. The Curse of Oak Island season 7 episode 11 is supposed to air on 28 January 2020, and the last episode was released on 21 January 2020. The last episode was titled ‘Gary Strikes Again,’ while the last episode is named ‘The Eye of the Storm.’ The average runtime of The Curse of Oak Island episodes is 45 minutes.

The Curse of Oak Island Season 7 Episode 10 Streaming

The show is aired on the History Channel at 10 PM ET/PT in the US, and new episodes are released only on Tuesdays. The show can also be watched online on the History app, and all the History shows are available to be streamed. Furthermore, other platforms such as Hulu, Roku, DirecTV Now, and Roku can help you watch the show on History Channel.

The Curse of Oak Island Season 7 Episode 10 Preview

In the last episode, excitement increased as Gary reveals what could be a “friend of the cross.” In the upcoming episode, a dangerous hurricane will be approaching, and the team scrambles to find more details of what might be hiding beneath the swamp before the calamity would wipe out their efforts. Here is the last video released by History YouTube channel!

What is the show ‘The Curse of Oak Island’ about?

In the North Atlantic is a puzzling, and potentially booby-caught island that has terminated the creative mind of fortune trackers for over 200 years. Two siblings from Michigan will take new innovation and antiquated skill and endeavor to find what’s covered there for the last time.