Alaskan Bush People
All New Season
Thursdays from 6 December at 8:30pm AEDT/NZ
The Browns are unconventional, unique, and a little offbeat, living completely off the grid. Raised wild, they are the epitome of self-sufficient and have a strong connection to nature and have developed their own customs and even accents. In this season of Alaskan Bush People, after a year of hardship while matriarch Ami battled cancer, the family are ready to make their long-awaited return to the wild. With over 400 acres of raw wilderness in the Pacific Northwest they’ll face new challenges; from severe weather to re-building their homestead in unfamiliar surroundings, that will make their bond stronger than ever.
The Brown’s quest for a new life begins with establishing their foothold on their new property in the wilderness of Washington state, situated in the most remote frontier of the lower 48. But the long winter in the region wreaks havoc on their first attempts to tame the mountain and trouble strikes when the road that leads to their new home becomes a treacherous winding path of mud. It’s crucial for the family to fix the road, but are they equipped to handle such a large task?
It’s a season of growth, as each family member must deal with the life-altering challenges and strife that consumed the past year as they set out reconnect with the bush. But the Browns are a family unlike any other, and with the wolfpack finally back together they’re determined to reclaim their natural home in the wild and continue their self-sufficient and unique way of life.