Many people write to me asking where they can see episodes of Finding Bigfoot when we aren’t currently showing new episodes. The best way I know of is either by buying past seasons on DVD, or by watching individual episodes on Amazon Prime.
Before you dig in below, you should know that the term “season” has no exact meaning. “Season 1” or “season 2” doesn’t mean very much, and is not a good way to differentiate the various episodes. I count seasons differently than the network and the production company, because their seasons are determined by the accounting office. Mine are not. Just take the term “season” with a grain of salt when you look into the discs below.
This DVD disk has the first six episodes we filmed and a behind-the-scenes episode. The regular episodes are from Alaska, Georgia, North Carolina, Florida, Oregon, and Washington. All of my field notes from these episodes can be found by clicking this link.
Based on the review of this product, some people are disappointed in this DVD. There are only four episodes on the disk, yet it seems priced for a full season. The episodes are from New York, Rhode Island, Minnesota, and the Canadian Rockies. Basically, this DVD represents the first half of season two. My field notes on those episodes can be found by clicking this link.
Again for this disc, people are commenting that it does not represent an entire season. There are apparently five episodes on this disc, though I cannot find product information as to which ones. However, since season two had nine episodes, and the Volume 2 DVD above has four episodes and this has five, I can safely surmise that the remaining five episodes from season two are here. Those would be from Ohio, Virginia, Kentucky, Indiana, and Utah. Those episodes’ field notes can be found by clicking this link.
Not many complaints about this 3-disc set consisting of twelve episodes from the third season of the show. The episodes are from Idaho, Vermont, Oklahoma, the California Sierra Nevada Mountains, Arizona, Michigan, New Mexico, Australia, Washington’s Olympic Peninsula, Louisiana, Colorado, and West Virginia. These episodes’ field notes can be read by clicking this link.
This two-disc set contains the remaining episodes from what I label as “season three” in my field notes. The episodes are from South Dakota, Indonesia, Tennessee, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Oregon, Illinois, and Vietnam. My field notes from these episodes can be found by clicking this link.