When a new reality show starts airing on the television, people are quick to question whether it is authentic. They wonder if the participants are actually searching for treasure in an actual place. This is especially true for shows such as 'The Curse of Oak Island,' which follows the Lagina brothers Rick and Marty as they dig on an island off the coast of Nova Scotia in search of a buried treasure called the Money Pit.
The Lagina brothers have been fascinated with the history of Oak Island for a long time and are eager to get the treasure they think is there. They have even made some progress in their quest to find the fabled treasure, but they haven't found anything significant yet. They've uncovered a lot of stones and have dug a few tunnels, but they're still in the early stages of their search.
Despite their setbacks, the Lagina brothers remain optimistic about their future work on Oak Island and believe that they will eventually uncover the fabled treasure. However, it is unclear if the History Channel will continue to support their search for the Money Pit.
While the Lagina brothers have been able to attract a large following for their show, it's not guaranteed that the History Channel will keep funding the series. This is because the network is always looking for more profitable shows to bring in viewers. That being said, it's likely that the Lagina brothers will return for a future season of the show.