The Curse of Oak Island

‘The Curse Of Oak Island’ Season 11, Episode 10: Stream The History Channel Series For Free

In the monumental 11th season of History Channel’s “The Curse of Oak Island,” brothers Rick and Marty Lagina, along with their team, return with their boldest plans yet to solve the 228-year-old Oak Island mystery.

“The Curse of Oak Island” season 11 episode 10 will air tonight, Tuesday, January 16 at 9 p.m. on the History Channel.

Fans of the hit series who don’t have traditional cable services, but want to stream its newest season can watch it through Philo, which offers a free trial to new subscribers.

What to expect on tonight’s episode ‘Chain Reaction’

“The Fellowship resumes their efforts in the swamp and are immediately rewarded with stunning evidence of large cargo being moved on Oak Island centuries ago.”

What to expect this season

Oak Island is a tree-covered island on the south shore of Nova Scotia which has intrigued treasure hunters for more than 2 centuries. In fact, many believe that beneath the ground of this remote island lies one of the greatest treasures of all time. Two brothers from Michigan – Rick and Marty Lagina – have bought the rights to much of the island hoping to solve the historic mystery. With the use of modern technology plus American know-how, the two search for the treasure. However, it will not be easy because the search has proven to be expensive as well as dangerous. Many people have died while looking for the treasure on Oak Island. Hopefully, the brothers will avoid the curse long enough to find the treasure.

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For those without cable, watch with these streaming services

You can watch it on, an entertainment streaming service that offers 60+ channels and.

What is Philo?

and costs $25 per month. It includes MTV and over 50 other classic TV, lifestyle and news channels. Subscribers can stream on up to three devices simultaneously, create up to 10 profiles and save unlimited live or future shows for up to one year.

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