The Curse of Oak Island Season 5 has not been officially renewed yet. There have been speculations that a new season may not be on the cards of the Lagina brothers. Is something stopping Rick and Marty Lagina from getting into Season 5? Read to know more.

Rick and Marty Lagina are brave brothers who took up the challenge to dig deeper into the “Money Pit” and decode the mystery of last several years. More than two months have passed since the Season 4 finale has aired. Till now, there is no update on Season 5 renewal on the History Network.

This drops a hint that perhaps there is something preventing the Lagina brothers from taking up The Curse of Oak Island Season 5. Are they scared of digging deeper?

Fear of Death

There is a possibility that the Lagina brothers might fear death. The official website of this show teases that the island is allegedly cursed. It further adds, there’s an old prophecy that says “7 will die before the treasure is found.” The Season 4 finale has wrapped up on a disappointing note. It has not made any major revelation. And has left fans wanting more of the show to know if really there exists a treasure or not.

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Fear Of Lack Of Money

Fans are aware that the Lagina brother’s quest to uncover 200 years old mysterious alleged treasure has made them spend a lot of money. They have already spent a fortune to get access to the island.

Kevin Burns, series creator, and executive producer says, Lagina’s sunk somewhere between $3 million and $5 million in season 4 alone, reported Local Xpress. The report further adds that Burns says, “They only had enough money this year to dig two big holes in the money pit site.”

This drops a hint that perhaps, Lagina brothers fear that they might require more finance to have The Curse of Oak Island Season 5. In addition, there is no guarantee whether they will be successful at finding the alleged treasure hidden deep inside the island.

Fear of No Treasure

As mentioned above, Lagina brothers might fear that there are more stories to tell and no real treasure hidden on the island. As Burns says, “Do I think there’s more of the story to tell beyond this season? Yes.” He continues, “I think you could do 10 years on this show and you could find lots of things and lots of treasure, and I would still not be convinced that’s all there is to the story,” as per the aforementioned source.

  • Ricky Loftis

    Hey guys question this y’all something Millions into that ain’t nothing happened I have an opinion if the Knights Templar and two said ships broke off and came to Oak Island could all of the reports of treasure the booby traps in the in the tunnels the massive treasure they artifacts was all a hoax to keep everyone involved and looking for the treasure while the Knights Templar and the other ships took it off to Parts Unknown I’ve been wondering that for a while

  • Solomon Boaz

    Let me start by saying I love the show. I first learned of Oak Island the same way Marty & Rick did. I read about it in the original story published in Readers Digest. I believe it was 1980, I was 7 years old. I was at my grandparents house. They had a subscription to the magazine and had hundreds of old issues. Anyway, to the point. I wonder how much influence the Freemasons have on this project. Rick is a member, and if you watch closely. You can see subtle hints in his gestures and handshakes. I’m sure the order has the knowledge and bank account to find the treasure. I’m eagerly awaiting the start of season 5

  • HuskerMark

    Or one of the main partners and a producer of the show, Craig Tester, lost his son a few months ago. It deeply impacted all and is said to be the contributing factor to not renewing this year.

  • James Adams

    There is no treasure.
    They stumbled into an abandoned gold mine that was built pre 1849.