Monsterquest

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  • TV-PG
  • 2007
  • 4 Seasons
  • 7.1  (973)

Monsterquest is a television series that ran for four seasons on the History Channel. The show was based on the study, research, and looking for of various types of cryptozoological and paranormal creatures in the real world. The show focused on trying to find these creatures based on eye witness stories from all over the world. The show ran from 2007 until 2010. The show is narrated by Stan Benard. Season One of the show ran from October 2007 until January of 2008. There were 14 episodes. Season One covered America's Loch Ness Monster, a Bigfoot sighting in Ontario and a continued search through the United States, Giant Squids found in Mexico, Thunderbird sightings around the United States, mutated canines, large predatory lion-cats, killer fish, the reports of a Skunk Ape, Killer Apemen from Russia, atmospheric aliens, hobbit-like human beings, a giant ape similar to King Kong, and a werewolf like creature in America. Season Two of the show ran from May to October of 2008. There were 20 episodes in season two. Season two of the show ran episodes featuring hog monsters, vampiric feeders such as the chupacabra, ghost sightings, continued Bigfoot coverage and history from the Native American stories about bigfoot creatures, giant snakes, a pantheresque black beast, vampires, giant octopusses, wild Chinese savages, giant bears and squids, monstrous spiders, mutated and enlarged sharks, and dragons. Season Three of Monsterquest aired in February of 2009 and finished in October. The third season has 25 episodes. The material covered includes the Loch Ness monster and potential death, creatures able to mutilate and drain animals for blood, swamp creatures, devils and elemental demons, sewer alligators, mountain beast killers, prehistoric sharks, close up encounters with monsters, sea monsters, islands full of ape creatures, extinct big cats, killer jellyfish, flying monsters, monkey men, killer crocs, dinosaurs, mutated dogs and monkeys, Moby Dick monsters, and the Abominable Snowman. The last season of Monsterquest aired in January of 2010 and ended in March. There were nine episodes. Season four covered werewolves, monster sharks, hillbilly men, pythons in America, killer bees, moth men creatures, piranha invasions, and lizard monsters. The show was cancelled mid-season in season four, with no sign of the show being restarted in the future.

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America's Wolfman
9. America's Wolfman
March 24, 2010
History says that a large and wolf-like beast is the stuff of legend, but recently uncovered film footage and new witnesses say something frightening is out there. MonsterQuest heads into the dark, isolated forests of the Midwest to search for this creature and analyzes the evidence to finally end this mystery.
Sierra Sasquatch
8. Sierra Sasquatch
March 17, 2010
Ancient petroglyphs in the Sierra Nevada Mountains depict footprints from packs of hairy man-like beasts. Now, MonsterQuest heads to California where witnesses are encountering aggressively territorial packs of Sasquatch.
Lizard Monster
7. Lizard Monster
March 10, 2010
In the fall of 1952, witnesses in Flatwoods, West Virginia, reportedly encountered a beast that was human-like in appearance but with reptilian skin. Sightings continue so MonsterQuest deployed the latest high-tech search gear to uncover this mysterious beast that continues to terrorize this town.
Piranha Invasion
6. Piranha Invasion
March 3, 2010
Piranhas are the fresh-water monsters of the Amazon, and now they are appearing in U.S. fresh waters. How are they adapting and surviving?
Mothman
5. Mothman
February 10, 2010
The mothman is a symbol of doom and gloom and there are reported sightings in America today.
Giant Killer Bees
4. Giant Killer Bees
February 3, 2010
More than 50 years ago, South American scientists attempted to cross-breed bees that would produce more honey than ever before possible. But instead, they created a monster. Today, these giant bees are on the loose, spreading northward and invading US cities.
Giant Pythons in America
3. Giant Pythons in America
January 27, 2010
Pythons may be taking over Florida.
Hillbilly Beast
2. Hillbilly Beast
January 20, 2010
Legends of a terrifying monster lurking in the back hills of Kentucky date back to the days of frontiersman Daniel Boone, but encounters with this mystery beast are increasing.
Monster Sharks
1. Monster Sharks
January 13, 2010
Sharks have terrified people for centuries and deep within the forbidding waters of Mexico's Baja Peninsula may lurk a mammoth sixty foot monster.
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Monsterquest is a television series that ran for four seasons on the History Channel. The show was based on the study, research, and looking for of various types of cryptozoological and paranormal creatures in the real world. The show focused on trying to find these creatures based on eye witness stories from all over the world. The show ran from 2007 until 2010. The show is narrated by Stan Benard.

Season One of the show ran from October 2007 until January of 2008. There were 14 episodes. Season One covered America's Loch Ness Monster, a Bigfoot sighting in Ontario and a continued search through the United States, Giant Squids found in Mexico, Thunderbird sightings around the United States, mutated canines, large predatory lion-cats, killer fish, the reports of a Skunk Ape, Killer Apemen from Russia, atmospheric aliens, hobbit-like human beings, a giant ape similar to King Kong, and a werewolf like creature in America.

Season Two of the show ran from May to October of 2008. There were 20 episodes in season two. Season two of the show ran episodes featuring hog monsters, vampiric feeders such as the chupacabra, ghost sightings, continued Bigfoot coverage and history from the Native American stories about bigfoot creatures, giant snakes, a pantheresque black beast, vampires, giant octopusses, wild Chinese savages, giant bears and squids, monstrous spiders, mutated and enlarged sharks, and dragons.

Season Three of Monsterquest aired in February of 2009 and finished in October. The third season has 25 episodes. The material covered includes the Loch Ness monster and potential death, creatures able to mutilate and drain animals for blood, swamp creatures, devils and elemental demons, sewer alligators, mountain beast killers, prehistoric sharks, close up encounters with monsters, sea monsters, islands full of ape creatures, extinct big cats, killer jellyfish, flying monsters, monkey men, killer crocs, dinosaurs, mutated dogs and monkeys, Moby Dick monsters, and the Abominable Snowman.

The last season of Monsterquest aired in January of 2010 and ended in March. There were nine episodes. Season four covered werewolves, monster sharks, hillbilly men, pythons in America, killer bees, moth men creatures, piranha invasions, and lizard monsters. The show was cancelled mid-season in season four, with no sign of the show being restarted in the future.

Monsterquest is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (70 episodes). The series first aired on October 31, 2007.

Where to Watch Monsterquest

Monsterquest is available for streaming on the History website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Monsterquest on demand at Apple TV+, Amazon Prime, Philo, Amazon, History Vault, Microsoft Movies & TV and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    October 31, 2007
  • IMDB Rating
    7.1  (973)