'Mountain Monsters' Is Back Y’all and It’s Coming to Travel Channel!

Can I get a HOORAH?! 'Mountain Monsters' returns to TV on Travel Channel with a two-hour season premiere on Wednesday, August 21 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

July 15, 2019
The AIMS Team has fun before learning what is in the cornfield

The AIMS Team has fun before learning what is in the cornfield

It’s literally been years since Mountain Monsters left us hanging in the Dark Forest with arguably more questions than answers. But we have good news — the cult-classic series is returning to TV on its new home, Travel Channel! Premiering August 21 at 9 p.m. ET/PT, Mountain Monsters will kick off Season 4 with a special two-hour premiere.

You might recall that Season 3 ended on quite the cliffhanger. After the man behind the mirror asked the AIMS team to capture the Woman of the Woods, your favorite “hillbilly hunters” returned to the Dark Forest for one final mission. However, what they found were even more secrets, plus a blood skull up Jeff’s nose.

In the two-hour season premiere, the series picks up right where it left off — with Buck, Huckleberry, Jeff, Willy and Wild Bill entangled in the backwoods of the Dark Forest. Later in the episode, the clock fast-forwards 18 months to when the group reunites. After a heart wrenching update from team leader Trapper, the team sets out determined to finish their initial quest.

Mountain Monsters talent and crew

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Mountain Monsters talent and crew

The additional nine one-hour episodes of the season will air Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT. This season, the AIMS team has their eye on seven different monsters, each rooted deeply in folklore and somehow connected to the greatest creature of all: Spearfinger. Though Spearfinger is their ultimate goal, the team must first search for the Waya Woman, the Cherokee Devil, the Raven Mocker, the Silver Giant, the Cherokee Death Cat and the Coyote King.

Travel Channel will encore the previous Season 3 finale as a precursor to the new episodes. The new season will run from August 21 through September 25, and the final four hours will pick back up and premiere beginning on October 30.

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