In this post, we will be talking about the possibility of Lost Gold of WW2 Season 2. The first season of Lost Gold of WW2 aired this year, and it concluded on 14th May, and fans of the show are already discussing the possibility of a second season. The first season performed very well, and fans are already letting their opinions known in the social media, and it’s about time that History TV18 gives the show the green light for a second season as fans feel that there is still a lot to the story.
The show just aired its first season, and there is no real word on the future of the show. However, a second season is highly possible. We have gathered all the recent details and information regarding the show, so here is everything you need to know about Lost Gold of WW2 Season 2.
One of the greatest and biggest mysteries of World War 2 has been featured in the show, and the team tries to reveal the real truth. In 1945, when the allied forces closed in, Japanese General Yamashita ordered the Japanese soldiers to bury a huge fortune of treasure which included gold, priceless artifacts and precious jewels from other nations, somewhere in the Philippines.
The show follows an American team as they gather intel from an eyewitness to find the treasure. According to the eyewitness, the treasure is set with booby traps, explosives and is buried in boxes which are located in tunnels. The team has to decipher a code in order to find the treasure safely.
The cast of the show include:
Greg Ford and others
As of now, there is no word on the second season of Lost Gold of WW2. However, it is known that History TV18 analyzes the performances of its shows and then gives its verdict in a few months. So we are waiting for the numbers, and if enough audiences are curious about the second show, History TV18 will renew it for sure. We will be getting more details on the show in the upcoming days, and we will let you know once the team officially confirms Lost Gold of WW2 Season 2. If it gets renewed, then it is expected to air around the same time in 2020.