Unfortunately, no official word has been given regarding “Big Timber” Season 2. Although the show is roughly half a year old at this point in time, it seems as though neither the History Channel nor Netflix has been inclined to push for a continuation of the series. However, this does not mean that the series is cancelled.
The first Season of “Big Timber” aired midway through the coronavirus pandemic, meaning it was likely shot sometime before Canada put the country under quarantine. According to The Cinemaholic, the series was filmed between September 2019 and January 2020. However, they provide no official source for this information. This is important because it provides a map of what the production cycle of “Big Timber” looks like. If filming does happen throughout the fall months, then it makes sense that none of the show’s associated networks would announce a second season before filming was underway.
Meanwhile, Season 1 aired between October and December 2020 (via IMDb), leaving a year-long gap between the show’s filming and eventual debut. If a second season is in the works, and is intended to be filmed through fall of 2021, then fans can likely expect “Big Timber” Season 2 to follow suit and air during the fall of the following year.