FINDING BIGFOOT goes to South Carolina. Animal Planet.

FINDING BIGFOOT: Will South Carolina Be a Hidden Gem of Sasquatch Activity?

UPDATED: Ranae Gets into the Bigfoot Excitement; Read the Recap!

This season, the FINDING BIGFOOT team on Discovery Channel is kicking it up a notch, in hopes of finding the evidence they need to bring Bigfoot to the world. That means going to places that may not be the accepted Bigfoot “hot spots,” and this week the team is hitting one of those potential hidden Sasquatch gems:  South Carolina.

Bigfoot Field Research Organization (BFRO) president Matt Moneymaker, researchers James “Bobo” Fay and Cliff Barackman and field biologist Ranae Holland are in the South tonight, looking once again for the elusive Bigfoot. Thus far this season, they have had no luck, with less-than-squatchy hunting grounds and rather unenlightening witness accounts. Of course, it doesn’t help that they never stay in one area long enough to really get a good feel for it but, hey, that is the nature of FINDING BIGFOOT.

Tonight, according to Animal Planet, on all-new episode, “The Secret Squatch Spot”:

To investigate a video of a strange trackway, the FINDING BIGFOOT team heads to the seldom-squatched state of South Carolina. While more witnesses share encounters, the team decides to split up and hone in on an active area.

Also premiering tonight is another all-new episode of the Animal Planet special series, “The Last Alaskans.” Leading off the night at 8 p.m. ET/PT, the few remaining inhabitants of Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge better have gotten all of the meat and winter supplies they need, because the cold of the year has arrived; who will be ready and who can expect a particularly long winter? According to Animal Planet, on episode “Everything is Hungry”:

Winter has arrived at Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, and the time for preparation is over. It’s almost Thanksgiving, and only 21 days remain until complete darkness overshadows the refuge; therefore, finding food is more important than ever.

Take a peek at the problems they are having this year:

These brave loners may even live in areas that are too remote for Bigfoot!

THE LAST ALASKANS is produced for Animal Planet by Half Yard Productions. John Jones, Abby Greensfelder, and Sean Gallagher are the executive producers, John Collin is the supervising producer, and Jared McGilliard is the showrunner and co-executive producer for Half Yard Productions. For Animal Planet, Keith Hoffman is the executive producer, and Sarah Russell is the associate producer. The series was developed by Animal Planet’s Kurt Tondorf.

FINDING BIGFOOT is produced for Animal Planet by Ping Pong Productions. Brad Kuhlman and Casey Brumels are executive producers for Ping Pong Productions. Keith Hoffman is executive producer, and Hilary Tholen is associate producer for Animal Planet.

FINDING BIGFOOT airs on Animal Planet on Sunday nights at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

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