It’s nearly time to put 2020 behind us. And Travel Channel plans to kick off the new year with a brand new Expedition Bigfoot Season Two, a hugely popular television series where “an elite team of Sasquatch specialists journey into the unforgiving Oregon wilderness in search of Bigfoot.”
This elite team includes expedition operations specialist Bryce Johnson, primatologist Dr. Mireya Mayor, ex-military member and survivalist Russell Acord, and Bigfoot researcher Ronny LeBlanc. And they’re hoping their new advanced data algorithm reveals the clues necessary to find the elusive cryptid.
“Using science, technology, and true grit, the team is genuinely invested in solving this iconic mystery,” Travel Channel’s General Manager Matthew Butler said. “And it’s a wild and exciting ride — closing in on the legendary monster that is also the world champion of being socially distant.”
Coronavirus-related jokes aside, the team is serious about their search. And, according to Travel Channel, Johnson and his team are ready to utilize three very important sets of data to finally find Bigfoot.
Their advanced data algorithm shows a 75,000-acre area in the Appalachian forest where a Bigfoot encounter is the most likely to happen. The time frame for the encounter is only 21 days, so the team will have to work fast.
This evidence is based on the alleged migratory patterns of the creature, which suggest when and where Bigfoot sightings have a high probability of occurring.
It would be impossible to search the entire forest, so the team will have to break down the area into designated target zones. Getting the world’s most baffling monster to meander into one of these zones is a challenge. But the team is finally ready to put the mystery to rest.
With plenty of vocalizations, unexplained structures, DNA samples, and footprints to analyze, the show is sure to fascinate viewers. But ultimately, every Bigfoot fanatic wants to see the cryptid captured on a high-quality camera.
Will it finally happen? Only time will tell.
Expedition Bigfoot Season Two premiers on the Travel Channel on Sunday, January 3 at 8 p.m. EST. The series will consist of two one-hour specials and 12 one-hour weekly episodes.
Are you not caught up on Expedition Bigfoot? Watch Season One here.