Get ready for another season of incredible adventures with Josh Gates in his reality show Expedition Unknown, where we travel around the world with this explorer in search of clues of some of humanity’s most well-kept secrets. We’ll go to deep catacombs, forgotten ruins, sunken temples, abandoned mine shafts, long-forgotten shipwrecks, and more amazing destinations all over the planet in search of clues in hopes of solving many mysteries and learning valuable history lessons along the way.
From unlocking the key to Blackbeard’s hidden gold, hunting vampires, and discovering ancient mammoth fossils, to going underwater in the hope of finding ancient civilizations, we’ll traverse air, land, and sea to the most paradisiac to the most dangerous corners of the world with this traveler and his team, now in its eleventh season, picking things up from where they were abruptly left off during the pandemic, Josh Gates is back to take us on amazing journeys each week with this show from Discovery, as that network expands on its current slate of programming for the summer season.
What To Expect From Expedition Unknown Season 11?
Like in previous seasons, in each episode Josh Gates and his crew will travel around the world to some incredible, long-forgotten place; sometimes it’s an ancient ruin, sometimes it’s an archeological dig, sometimes it’s a historical landmark or some sunken shipwreck, there’s nothing that can stop Josh and his crew from taking you each episode on an incredible adventure in hopes of unlocking mysteries and clues to some of humanity’s most well-guarded secrets. Get ready to travel across all five continents via sea, land, or air in hopes of learning something new every day about ancient civilizations, nature, and legends in a wildly entertaining format apt for all ages.
Expedition Unknown Season 11 Episode 1 Release Date
Expedition Unknown with Josh Gates Season 11 Episode 1 will air on Discovery on 24 May 2023 at 21:00 hrs Eastern Time, United States. The debut episode of the season will see Josh Gates travel to the Kingdom of Kush in search of a long-gone and sunken pyramid that was once erected as the final resting place for a king. Josh will have to navigate the murky waters and reach a near-collapsing structure as he hopes to find clues surrounding the pyramids of Egypt. Each episode will last for around one hour of run time. And in the following list, you’ll find the time release schedules for different regions around the world.
- Pacific US Time: 18:00 hrs
- Australian Time:
- Sydney Time: 11:00 hrs the next day (25 May 2023)
- Melbourne Time: 11:00 hrs the next day (25 May 2023)
- Brisbane Time: 10:00 hrs the next day (25 May 2023)
- United Kingdom Time: 02:00 hrs the next day (25 May 2023)
- Singapore Time: 09:00 hrs the next day (25 May 2023)
- India Standard Time: 06:30 hrs the next day (25 May 2023)
- Central Europe Standard Time: 03:00 hrs the next day (25 May 2023)
- New Zealand Standard Time: 17:00 hrs the next day (25 May 2023)
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Expedition Unknown Episode Guide
Discovery will air new episodes of Expedition Unknown with Josh Gates on a weekly basis starting in late May 2023. Below, you’ll find an episode guide list. While the number of episodes per season varies between seven and 20, we could expect at least episodes of this reality series this season.
- Episode 1 “Sunken Pyramids of The Nile” 24 May 2023
- Episode 2 “Mystery of the Flooded Pyramid” 31 May 2023
- Episode 3 “TBA” 7 June 2023
- Episode 4 “TBA” 14 June 2023
- Episode 5 “TBA” 21 June 2023
- Episode 6 “TBA” 28 June 2023
- Episode 7 “TBA” 5 July 2023
- Episode 8 “TBA” 12 July 2023
How To Watch Expedition Unknown?
Catch new episodes of Expedition Unknown with Josh Gates on Discovery at the airtimes described above. Alternatively, you can watch the show online from Discovery+, which you can subscribe to as a standalone platform, or bundle it on top of your Amazon Prime Video subscription. Furthermore, Discovery+ is home to all the productions that Discovery Networks and its filial channels release for broadcast television, that’s thousands of hours worth of documentaries, nature shows, reality television, and more.