If you are very interested in treasure hunting and archaeological exploration of the ancient and modern worlds, then it is safe to assume that Cooper’s Treasure is not foreign to you. It would be great for the show to be renewed for another season which is Cooper’s Treasure season 3. It is important to note that the previous two seasons of the show received good response from viewers.
Cooper’s Treasure is an excellent show that opens a whole new world of entertainment for its audience. The explorers follows Gordon Cooper’s map to arrive at their destination and discover new things.
Produced by Ample Entertainment and Amblin Television, the show premiered its first episode on April 18, 2017 on the Discovery Channel.
Cooper’s Treasure Season 1 has an average rating of 6.5 out of 10 on IMDb and Season 2 has a slightly better rating of 7.1/10 based on 11 IMDb users.
The show has had two seasons so far and rumors about the third season of Coopers Treasure is circulating, though no source has officially confirmed the statement. To know more about the show, stay with us till the end.
What Is Cooper’s Treasure About?
Cooper’s Treasure is an American documentary show based on the discovery of ancient artifacts and antiques that have withstood the ravages of time.
The show, as the name suggests, cites references to the Treasure map of the famous NASA astronaut Gordon Cooper, a renowned American Aerospace engineer and one of the youngest Astronauts appointed to Project Mercury in 1963.
Over time, his talent for Space and exploration has constantly developed to such an extent that his discovery of shipwrecks was widely recognized by the general public. From there, he managed to gain recognition in no time. He is the recipient of numerous awards and accolades.
When he was sent on a Mercury mission by NASA, he discovered some strange magnetic anomalies that he safely picked up for the wreckage of a ship that sank centuries ago. His assumption turned out to be correct when scientists declare them to be parts of shipwrecks much later. Gordon Cooper decided to keep these surprising discoveries to himself for some time.
He made a map to reach the treasure buried under the sea which later helped Darrel Miklos et al to do his research for Cooper’s Treasure with ease and perfection.
The series depicts the real-life efforts of Darrel Miklos and his friends to dig the hidden remains of ships and boats that has been lost at sea long ago.
Based on these discoveries, they came to some truly baffling discoveries that are beyond the imagination of the human mind.
Cooper’s Treasure Season 3: Release Date
As of now, there are no updates regarding season 3 of Cooper’s Treasure. Although discussions on updating a new edition of the show are being held, a final decision has yet to be announced.
Audiences are always a bit skeptical of historical shows because usually authentic facts are always altered to add some sense of drama to the show.
But luckily, this never happened with Cooper’s Treasure. The show sticks to its original plot throughout the seasons until it reaches the ending, which is a surprising part of the documentary.
According to some reports, there are claims from the Coopers show that an ancient UFO has been found beneath the Bermuda Triangle.
While speaking to the Daily Mail, Miklos quoted “We are in the Bahamas, and we are on the way to a British shipwreck somehow linked to Sir Francis Drake.” He further stated that the object they discovered did not appear to be a natural formation. It was something so inexplicable that it confused the explorers.
Cooper’s Treasure Season 3: Cast
Cooper’s Treasure stars treasure hunters Darrell Miklos, Roger Miklos, Manuel Rodriguez and astronaut Charles Gregory.
The team was set out to search for the wreck found by Gordon Cooper with the help of a Treasure map created by Cooper in 1963.
The show features the exciting journey of four explorers and the challenges they face to reach their destination.
Cooper’s Treasure Season 3 Trailer
There is currently no trailer for the third season. You can stream the previous seasons of the show on the Discovery Channel.