The Curse of Oak Island Season 6 Episode 20: ‘Short Days And Tall Knights’ Release Date And Details
In this post, we are going to talk about The Curse of Oak Island season 6 episode 20 release date, where to watch, and spoilers. But before that, we would be taking a quick recap of the last episode. Hence, the following paragraph will contain spoilers from the last episode. So those who have not watched it should skip the next paragraph to avoid spoilers.
First of all, the winter is coming, days are becoming shorter, so the team will have to utilize the remaining time in a better way. However, they were having issues while excavating, although they found Shaft 6 which could lead them closer to the treasure. Also, Rick invited Richard Moats, who is a theorist, and he suggested four target sites where the original treasure shaft might be located. Unfortunately, the crane operators were on strike, and the Lagina brothers discovered that the work might not resume for at least three weeks. So, they decided to continue the work at Smith’s Cove. Now, let’s talk more about the next episode.
The show is now nineteen episodes deep into the sixth season, and the twentieth episode is due this week. The twentieth episode of The Curse of Oak Island season 6 is supposed to release on 9 April 2019. The show is broadcasted on the History Channel at 9 PM every Tuesday. The next episode is titled ‘Short Days And Tall Knights.’
The show is also available to be watched online using the History app, where viewers need to provide their existing cable TV subscription details to gain access. Also, there are numerous other online streaming options such as Hulu, Roku, Sling where viewers can stream History Channel at the mentioned time to watch The Curse of Oak Island. The following paragraph will contain spoilers from the next episode.
We will see another problem at Money Pit which might be very serious, leading to halting all the ongoing activities. Lagina brothers already have limited time, and problems like these are even more frustrating. We will have to see how things turn out and whether the team finds something conclusive or not.