Mountain Monsters The cryptozoology-themed reality T.V. show is likely to return with a consecutive season 7, and the updates have made all the viewers very much excited about it. The Season 7 release date is around the corner, and as the fans wanted detailed updates on the show, so in this article, we will discuss all the recent updates associated with it.
The show follows a group called the Appalachian Investigators of Mysterious Sightings, also known as The A.I.M.S. The A.I.M.S. is a band of six local West Virginian hunters and trappers as they research and track mysterious creatures in the Appalachian Mountains.
The show was first released in 2013, and so far, there have been six successful seasons after the sixth season, which was released back in July 2019. Travel Channel acquired the production and the distribution rights of the show. Originally, season 7 was set to get released by the fall of 2020, but because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the show has not been revived for a seventh season yet.
Mountain Monsters Season 7 Release Date
Mountain Monsters Season 7 was planned to get a release in August 2020. But just like any other season of T.V. shows, movies, or animes. The Mountain Monsters season 7 has also been put on halt because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The producers are looking forward to resuming the show based on the following two months’ surrounding conditions. But as of now, the COVID-19 cases are on the rise once again. If the states don’t improve, which seems highly likely, then the production is supposed to be delayed exceeding 2020, considering seasonal variations as a non-entertaining factor.
Travel Channel acquired the rights of Mountain Monsters sixth season, and there was a gap of two-year gap between the launch of the fifth season and the sixth season. And based on the current situation, expecting a 2021 release is not out of the question.
The Mountain Monsters Cast Details
The cast for Mountain Monsters Season 7 will include the following people Jacob Lowe, Joseph Lott, Jeff Headlee, Willy McQuillan, and William Neff. Unfortunately, this time, the A.I.M.S. team will be missing one of the founding members of the group John “Trapper,” Tice, who tragically passed away in December 2019.
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It is with great sadness we announce the passing of John “Trapper” Tice. John passed away on Monday, December 16, 2019, surrounded by his loving family. In 1967, John served his country in Vietnam where he was promoted to the rank of Air Force sergeant. He received the Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry, the Army Commendation for Valor, and the USAF Commendation Medal for Meritorial Service. After his service ended with the Air Force in 1970, John enrolled and completed welding certifications at the Hobart Institute of Welding Technology and began a long career as a union boilermaker as part of the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers – Local 667 retiring in 2002. John was an avid outdoorsman, a lover of all animals great and small, a gardener, a hunter, and a lifelong mountaineer. He never knew a stranger and always had a captivating story to tell. In 2013, he took his story telling and charisma to the television screen as “Trapper”, on Destination America’s Mountain Monsters. For nearly 60 episodes, John captured people’s love of the mysterious and unexplained by blending hunting strategies with comic relief. Above all his adventures, John loved his family most of all, especially his children and grandchildren -living proof an old bull can throw a good calf. #RIPTrapper
The Mountain Monsters Previous Seasons Catch Up
The Reality television series is the only longest-running series on Travel Channel. The series has featured a total of 60 episodes so far. It portrays cryptozoology and follows a group called the Appalachian Investigators of Mysterious Sightings. The team consists of six local West Virginian hunters and trappers as they research and track mysterious creatures in the Appalachian Mountains.
The initial five seasons were aired in Destination America. From the sixth season, Travel channel acquired the distribution rights, and now they will be producing the show if it gets renewed for a Seventh Season. The seventh season of the show will now be released on Travel Channel.
Mountain Monsters Season 3: The Bigfoot Edition Recap
The A.I.M.S team has discovered famous creatures like Bigfoot, Lizardman, Hellhound, Werewolf, and Mothman. These creatures are considered mythical creatures, so a few times, the show has been referred to as scripted. The show hosts have stated that they do an accurate analysis of these creatures’ existence to counter such obligations. Once all the investigations prove its existence, they set out to find those creatures.
Season 5 Recap
In the fifth season, the team couldn’t finish their search for the “Woman of the Woods” as the excavation was way too risky to carry out in the dark woods. Hence, the team had to return empty-handed.
Season 6 Recap
The sixth season was released on Travel Channel, and there was a gap of two years between the release of the Fifth and the Sixth season. The team this time set out to find the mythical Spearfinger. However, by the conclusion of season 6, we witnessed the team obtaining more knowledge about the creature before beginning the hunt. Season 7 has not been renewed by Travel Channel yet, but if revived, the series is presumed to give more such excavations of finding such mythical creatures and showing them to the viewers.
The Mountain Monsters Reviews and Ratings
The popularity of the show is top-rated and is one of the most-watched reality T.V. shows on the network, so expect season 7 to arrive anytime soon. IMDb has rated the series 5/10, and TV.com 7.4/10, and the show currently holds 60 percent viewers’ approval ratings.
Mountain Monsters Season 7: Is there a Trailer?
Well, as of now, we do not have a trailer of The Mountain Monsters Season 7 yet, but while we wait for the release of Seventh Season, here is the trailer of the previous season you can watch
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