Armed with scientific evidence that there are massive amounts of silver in the soil near the Money Pit, Rick, Mary and the team return to Oak Island, closer than ever to solving the centuries-old mystery.
Dreams come true and hard work pays off when the team discovers gold in the Money Pit area.
The team feels unstoppable once more evidence suggests the stone roadway is heading directly towards the Money Pit; but when delicate discoveries are made in the swamp, the fellowship faces the possibility of a government shutdown.
Faced with the threat of a shut down in the swamp, the team focuses their energy on the Money Pit and are euphoric when they find more gold, with evidence suggesting it's of Spanish origin.
Solving the Oak Island mystery feels closer than ever when the team learns they may have been reading Zena Halpern's templar map incorrectly all along.
The team uncovers significant evidence that the stone road in the swamp was built long before the discovery of the original Money Pit just as the future of archaeology investigation on the island is threatened.
The Laginas are poised to solve the 226-year mystery of Oak Island, working in the Money Pit area to find the "Garhardt dump truck load" of silver.
The fellowship is ecstatic when they uncover more evidence of a ship buried deep in the swamp, and Rick hones in on his white whale... .shaft six.
While evidence of an ancient Portuguese presence piles up, a mysterious artifact discovered deep in the swamp may tell us that the theory Fred Nolan proposed half a century ago may be correct.
The fellowship is zeroing in on when the Oak Island mystery began and evidence that the swamp is hiding the wreck of a massive sailing vessel is mounting.
As Rick, Marty and the team uncover astonishing revelations in the Oak Island swamp, they also make a potentially breakthrough discovery in the Money Pit.
The team investigates an incredible theory that could explain the silver and gold detected earlier this year in the Money Pit while setting the stage for the biggest dig they've ever attempted in order to solve the Oak Island Mystery.
As the team races to uncover the swamp's secrets while preparing for a drilling project, it is shocked when a remarkable, ancient artifact is uncovered.
Premier of the Dig: It's the start of the long awaited Big Dig, the team are using 10 foot wide cans to excavate the Money Pit area, having discovered what they believe is definitive prove of gold in the ground...
The team is stunned when new scientific evidence supports the theory that the Knights Templar were involved in the Oak Island mystery, and the big dig uncovers some surprising relics.
An incredible discovery is made near the swamp as Rick, Marty and the team continue digging in the Money Pit in search of the fabled treasure vault, following a path first forged by former U.S. President, Franklin D. Roosevelt.
The team discovers an artifact which leads them to believe they are about to intercept the legendary Chappell Vault.
Hot on the trail of the legendary Chappell Vault, the team gleans new information from the most notorious treasure hunting operation in the history of Oak Island.
Newly discovered targets off the shore of Oak Island lead the team to believe there was a possible shipwreck; in the Money Pit, the fellowship is uncovering evidence that famed treasure hunter Robert Dunfield missed.
The team finds more evidence of shipwrecks off the shores of Oak Island as they prepare for the most crucial dig of the quest.
A new theory suggests that Lot 8 may hide one of the most sought after religious artefacts in history.
The fellowship races to complete their ambitious dig plan in the Money Pit as winter approaches. A Knights Templar lead has members of the team preparing for an expedition to Portugal.
The team is stunned after an expedition to Portugal reveals undeniable evidence of a Knights Templar connection to Oak Island.
Marty Lagina makes an incredible discovery on Oak Island. Meanwhile, Rick finds evidence that could tie the Knights Templar to the construction of the Money Pit.