T.V. Series Review: Expedition Unknown Season 8

Expedition Unknown Season 8 Trailer

Expedition Unknown Season 8 Summary

Season 8, Episode 1: Digging Into D-Day

Josh Gates touches down in Normandy to investigate battles on land, air and sea. The expedition reveals a Nazi threat greater than ever imagined, unearthing a massive German bunker complex buried for 75 years.

Season 8, Episode 2: Searching For America’s Lost Flight

The mysterious vanishing of Northwest Flight 2501 with 58 people on board.

Season 8, Episode 3: Hunting Our Ancient Ancestors

Josh Gates takes a trip to Africa, where he investigates the mystery of humanity’s origins, squares off with lions and more.

Season 8, Episode 4: Revealing Our Ancient Ancestors

Josh Gates continues his epic investigation as he ranges across Africa to study wild chimpanzees and scales sheer cliffs on his quest for the missing links of human evolution.

Season 8, Episode 5: The Warrior Queen’s Treasure

Searching across England, Josh Gates unearths a cache of ancient treasure as he chases the legend of Queen Boudica, the legendary Celtic queen who nearly defeated the invading Roman army 2,000 years ago.

Season 8, Episode 6: The Fortune of the Buzzard

Josh Gates takes on the Indian Ocean’s punishing waters as he chases the lost treasure of Olivier Levasseur, AKA “The Buzzard,” rumored to be worth more than a billion dollars

Season 8, Episode 7: Mysteries of Bermuda Triangle

Josh Gates dives into the mysteries of the Bermuda Triangle. His investigation leads him to the ocean floor, the skies above and even the edge of space as he tackles some of the most intriguing disappearances in history.

Season 8, Episode 8: Revealing the Bermuda Triangle

In the conclusion of his epic investigation, Gates uses cutting-edge technology to investigate the Triangle’s most infamous shipwreck and lost flights.

Expedition Unknown Season 8 Review

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Josh Gates is back with a new show full of adventure, comedy and history. He does a wonderful job highlighting some of the many new archeological finds in recent years. 

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