Finding Bigfoot: Upcoming Episodes

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 26th, 2012

No new episode of Finding Bigfoot this Sunday night.

There will be a “Best Of” special with new, unseen footage airing Sunday night.

The following two weeks will have new episodes.

“The Best of Finding Bigfoot” special
Premiering Sunday, February 26, 10PM e/p

Premiering Sunday, March 4, 10PM e/p

The team travels to Indiana to investigate footage that purports to show a bigfoot in daylight. With sightings reported around Morgan-Monroe State Forest, the team lights up the sky in a new technique, to prove bigfoots do call the Hoosier state home.

Premiering Sunday, March 11, 10PM e/p

A mysterious video and reports from Utah State University help the team to determine that bigfoots have lived in the mountainous state for decades. Hoping to corner a squatch, they invite a witness to help in their final night investigation.

About Craig Woolheater
Co-founder of Cryptomundo in 2005. I have appeared in or contributed to the following TV programs, documentaries and films: OLN's Mysterious Encounters: "Caddo Critter", Southern Fried Bigfoot, Travel Channel's Weird Travels: "Bigfoot", History Channel's MonsterQuest: "Swamp Stalker", The Wild Man of the Navidad, Destination America's Monsters and Mysteries in America: Texas Terror - Lake Worth Monster, Animal Planet's Finding Bigfoot: Return to Boggy Creek and Beast of the Bayou.

7 Responses to “Finding Bigfoot: Upcoming Episodes”

  1. DWA responds:

    I just watched my first episode of Finding Bigfoot!!!!!

    OK. I watched an ad for tonight’s show on Animal Planet.

    That was all I needed to ensure that I’ll never watch this show. Just that minute was one of the few in my life I will regret never getting back. But then, look at the time it saved me, so I take that back.

    “What do you base your facts on Bigfoot on?”

    That deathless quote made the ad. THAT MADE THE AD! You don’t normally put the worst moment of your show on the ads. Then there was the tearing up pristine country in a 4-wheel, a shot that had me wishing I’d been lurking there with a panzerfaust.


    I’m not even watching it, and make it stop.

  2. EnormousFoot responds:

    The Best of Nothing = Nothing.

  3. steve t responds:

    I really don’t understand this show, nor the people in it. I heard that “bobo” and i thought Matt but could be wrong were somehow involved with the Erickson Project.. so if they were, then why the “finding” part of Bigfoot.. Isn’t it found? While i patiently await the results of this study.. and feel that there will be a definitive answer, I just don’t understand why these guys need to go out and walk around the woods never finding anything. I mean that’s what I hated about Destination Truth. They would go trampling into the woods.. running at anything that looked out of the ordinary.. and in the end, find absolutely nothing. Well they might get a really good When that show starting looking into haunted woods, and stuff.. well that’s when they REALLY LOST me.

    Cryptids aren’t supernatural beings, they aren’t magical. They are animals either thought to be extinct or in the fossil record.. sometimes they are animals for which we have no explanation. To pay attention to shamans, witch doctors, and UFO buffs when looking for hidden animals to me is just plain crazy. Do Native Indians have any more of an idea on how to find a Sasquatch than people with modern tech? Maybe.. But I am sure that blowing smoke on your body, or rubbing ashes or chanting spells is not the way to go about this either. Please, PLEASE.. I implore you all.. go out and try to find these things, but go out with technology and stealth on your side. Trampling through the brush with camera crews, sound men, lighting and makeup people is in my opinion.. definitely NOT the way…

  4. DWA responds:

    Steve t: feel you, man.

    But know what? This is about TV and what TV stars like to do. They don’t want to slog through east Texas for a year because that’s where a constant stream of reports is coming in. They want to travel the country, seeing the sights, quaffing the micros, sampling the local food (and the locals), etc. And making the goofy daffy pablum that keeps the ratings up and ensures they’ll get to keep laughing all the way to your town.

    I’ve said it before. BFRO’s database is a key evidence linchpin. But the disconnect between that database and this show, IMHO, can’t be explained other than by the above paragraph.

  5. CrytpobelieverinIdaho responds:

    One of the main problems I see in the show is that the constantly say IT IS A FACT that Bigfoot do this or that, when they have no idea what they do at all. MM thinks he is the all knowledgeable god of all things Bigfoot and if it does not convince him, then it’s fake, like the one video of the Bigfoot shaking a tree in the winter, they got that so totally wrong. They did not shake a standing/in the ground tree like the one in the video,they found a dead tree and let BOBO do his impersonation. And then said, we know for sure it was a person. IDIOTS.

    My experiences were nothing like MM would think a bigfoot would behave.

  6. D1metrodon responds:

    I still watch the show because I find the eyewitness accounts and recreations interesting. I don’t care that much for the ‘night vision’ excursions that we all know won’t turn up anything but this is, after all, a television show and as much as we all loathe to admit it, an hour of Jeff Muldrum sitting behind a desk discussing Gigantopithecus or the like isn’t going to garner many viewers.

    It’s far from perfect, but right now it’s all we’ve got. Destination Truth seems to be stuck in permanent hiatus, no idea or word on Beast Hunter for a year now and Fact or Faked? is really more akin to Mythbusters than it is to MonsterQuest.

    Everyone needs to learn to embrace their inner Bobo. 🙂

  7. WinterIsComing responds:

    Eh, I tried to watch this show, I really did. Sometimes if I need a good laugh I will flip to it but I just can’t deal with how childish the show is. Any person or group of people who claim to be experts on something that hasn’t even been proven to physically exist are just immature. I would love to one day have actual scientific proof that Bigfoot exists, but until there is (and I don’t mean bad footprint casts or someone screaming out in a forest), then I most certainly wouldn’t be walking around telling anyone I was an expert. I might as well claim to be an expert on the cultural practices of the elves that live in my carpet.

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