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‘The Curse Of Oak Island' Season 5 Update: Drake Tester's Sudden Death Might Cause Cancellation

Update Date: Apr 19, 2017 08:09 AM EDT

"The Curse of Oak Island" Season 5 might be cancelled. This is because of the sudden passing of producer, Craig Tester's son, Drake. The untimely death of Drake has reportedly impacted the show's future.

According to a recent report from Celebeat, new reports suggested that the sudden death of Drake might cause the cancellation of "The Curse of Oak Island" Season 5. Avid televiewers of the show are now worried that there might not be a next season for the anticipated show.

"The Curse Of Oak Island" Season 5 Cancelled

As reports circulated that "The Curse Of Oak Island" Season 5 has been cancelled, new theories also arise about the island's curse. The death of Drake Tester could be related to the treasure that the Lagina brothers are looking for.

As per Owzen, Drake might not be a part of the main cast, but he has been appearing in the show for some episodes. He also reportedly worked for the Lagina brothers in the past. Fans are reportedly hopeful to see that Drake's death would help the cast find the treasure.

The story's plot revealed that the island has a mysterious curse and that lives should be sacrificed before the treasure reappears in the island. The death of Drake has been linked to the treasure, which only makes the fans more thrilled to see the season 5 of the TV show.

"The Curse Of Oak Island" Not Yet Renewed

On the other hand, the publication also revealed that the TV series has not yet been renewed. Fans have high hopes that it would get a green light for renewal.

As of this date, it is yet to be confirmed if "The Curse of Oak Island" Season 5 is really a go. Stay tuned for more details on this highly-anticipated show on History.

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