The thriller mystery series, Blood & Treasure, returns for season 2 on premieres on Sunday, July 17, on its new home on Paramount+. A brilliant antiquities expert joins forces with a cunning art thief to catch a terrorist. They travel the world on the trail of their target, who uses stolen treasure to fund his ruthless attacks. However, they soon wind up stumbling into a 2,000-year-old battle for the cradle of civilization.
Blood & Treasure stars Matt Barr as Danny McNamara, a former FBI agent specializing in repatriating stolen art, and Sofia Pernas, as thief Lexi Vaziri. The series originally premiered on CBS in 2019, making the move to Paramount+ for its second season. Read on for more on how to watch every episode of Blood & Treasure.
- When Does Blood & Treasure Premiere: Blood & Treasure premieres on Sunday, July 17.
- When Does Blood & Treasure Stream: New episodes of Blood & Treasure drop on Sundays.
- Where to Watch Blood & Treasure: Blood & Treasure is on Paramount+ (7-day-free trial).
- Where to Watch Season 1: The first season of Blood & Treasure is on Paramount+.
How To Watch Blood & Treasure
Blood & Treasure season 2 will exclusively air on Paramount+. Paramount+ offers a seven-day free trial and then plans start at $5.99 per month with limited commercial viewing. You can watch without ads if you subscribe to the commercial-free plan for $11.99 per month. If you cancel within your free trial, you won’t be charged. Both plans can also be purchased at a discount for an annual commitment. A subscription to Paramount+ provides the following:
- exclusive Paramount+ shows like Blood & Treasure, Star Trek Discovery, and more
- a live stream of your local CBS station
- on-demand content from CBS, BET, MTV, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, and more
- watch on 3 devices at the same time
You can watch Blood & Treasure on Paramount+ on any of the following supported devices:
- Apple TV
- iPhone and iPad
- Android TV
- Android phone and tablet
- Fire TV
- Portal TV
- PlayStation 4
- Samsung TV
- Vizio TV
- LG TV
- Xfinity Flex
Check out our review of Paramount+ for more details.