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Episodes of "Alaska: The Last Frontier" with additional content.

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aired 222 days ago
The Kilchers get to work on outdoor projects to prepare for the winter months; they scavenge for lumber, mill wood, build an enclosed camper, and create a stunning coop; with insider facts and "Frontier" extras.
aired 222 days ago
Eivin takes August on his first-ever deer hunt, in an attempt to keep old traditions alive; Atz Sr. and Otto try to tear down and rebuild a historic barn; with insider facts and "Frontier" extras.
aired 229 days ago
Eivin and Eve launch a risky river cleanup; Charlotte and Otto rebuild a rotting deck; Atz Sr. goes on a solo hunt for moose; with insider facts and Frontier extras.
aired 236 days ago
Unseasonably warm weather threatens to ruin the Kilchers' Christmas plans, but they find a way to throw a memorable holiday party anyway; with insider facts and Frontier extras.
aired 243 days ago
Eivin and Atz Sr. face the dangers of a rocky beach after getting tangled in a mooring line; Atz Lee and Jane teach the kids how to fish; Otto and Charlotte give Eve a memorable gift; with insider facts and Frontier extras.
aired 243 days ago
Eivin hauls a pole barn back to his homestead; Jewel arrives for a visit; August builds a unique outhouse; with insider facts and Frontier extras.
aired 250 days ago
Eivin and August build a new hay baler to save their backs; Charlotte and Otto celebrate 25 years of marriage; the family heads to the Copper River to fish for red salmon; with insider facts and extra scenes.
aired 250 days ago
The Kilchers prepare for a Thanksgiving feast; Eivin and Eve rescue a baby harbor seal; Charlotte and Otto deal with a beetle infestation; with insider facts and extra scenes.
aired 257 days ago
The Kilchers use explosives to expand a road on the homestead; Atz Sr. and Bonnie head into the backcountry to salvage some basic needs; with insider facts and extra scenes.
aired 264 days ago
Jane and Charlotte get word of a sick calf at the Head of the Bay and trek through bear country to protect their herd; with insider facts and bonus content.
aired 271 days ago
Atz Sr. and Atz Lee work on plans for a new pasture on Pearl Island to protect the cattle from predators lurking around the homestead; Otto and Eivin start prepping the herd for transport; with insider facts and extras.
aired 278 days ago
The discovery of a capsized boat by Eve and Eivin leads to a hunt for survivors; Otto, Jane, and August are hard at work constructing a shelter for the calves; Jane introduces a spring tradition for the family; with insider facts and extras.
aired 285 days ago
While Atz Sr. is off bear hunting, Atz Lee, Otto and August set up surveillance to track bear movement on the homestead ahead of the spring cattle drive; Eivin and Eve take the kids kelp harvesting; with insider facts and "Frontier" extras.
aired 292 days ago
After a long winter in dry dock, Otto checks the condition of his barge; Eve and Eivin have an explosive way of clearing land for their new root cellar; Jane works on a dog sled for Atz Lee; with insider facts and "Frontier" extras.
aired 299 days ago
The Klichers race to prepare the homestead for winter's end; Eivin and August work to restock supplies at the head of the bay; Jane and Eve go hunting; Atz Sr. and the boys build a weather station; with insider facts and "Frontier" extras.

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The breathtaking beauty of Alaska sometimes hides the fact its winters can be incredibly harsh, especially for those who live in the state's outlying areas. "Alaska: The Last Frontier" perfectly illustrates this reality, as the series profiles life for the Kilcher family in the isolated community of Homer. For four generations the Kilchers have lived off what their 600-acre homestead has provided, but cultivating that living is never easy. Led by patriarch Atz Kilcher and his brother Otto, the family spends the short summer and fall gardening, hunting and fishing for food, gathering supplies from the land and preparing their animals for the winter. Viewers, who may or may not have a fancy phone by their side while watching on their big-screen high-def TV, also see the Kilchers living off the grid, where running water and electricity aren't daily staples, nor is contact with the outside world. Atz, by the way, is the father of music superstar Jewel.
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This series profiles life for the Kilcher family in the isolated community of Homer, Alaska. For four generations the Kilchers have lived off what their 600-acre homestead has provided, but cultivating that living is never easy. Led by patriarch Atz Kilcher and his brother Otto, the family spends the short summer and fall gardening, hunting and fishing for food, gathering supplies from the land and preparing their animals for the winter. Viewers also see the Kilchers living off the grid, where running water and electricity aren't daily staples, nor is contact with the outside world. Atz, by the way, is the father of music superstar Jewel.
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Cameras follow the extended Kilcher family, descendants of Swiss immigrants, at their homestead outside of Homer, Alaska.
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The Kilchers live off their 600-acre homestead in Homer, Alaska.
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Tradition collides with transformation in McCarthy, Alaska. The isolated town -- once considered to be the state's version of "Sin City" -- flourished during the Gold Rush but is now home to roughly 40 people, a mix of mavericks, risk takers and rabble rousers willing to brave extreme conditions to live free. While some believe in continuing the town's frontier way of life, others feel the future of McCarthy depends on dragging it into the modern age. Long-standing resident Jeremy Keller fights to protect its roots, while Neil Darish has purchased multiple properties in town and plans to restore its vibrancy. "Edge of Alaska" tells the story of a hinterland at a crossroads.
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Back to the beautiful state of Alaska for another reality-documentary series, this one set in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, a protected area home to thousands of native animals... and a handful of people. In 1980, the U.S. government banned human occupation in the refuge, and only residents in seven permitted cabins are allowed to remain. The series depicts the daily rituals of four families living in isolation and contending with bitter weather, frustrating setbacks, and aggressive wildlife in an unspoiled and unforgiving wilderness. The nonconformists include Heimo Korth, the "godfather of the final frontier," and wife Edna; Bob Harte, who has spent 40 years living by his own rules; and young couple Bob and Ashley Selden, who admit that they've survived by trial and error, learning day by day the harsh reality of frontier living.
When bears, wolves and foxes are your only neighbors, life can be pretty lonely. Add minus-60-degree days and a constant battle for the most basic necessities, and you have the daily challenges of people who live in remote corners of Alaska. This series takes viewers deep into an Alaskan winter to meet tough, resilient residents as they try to stay one step ahead of storms and man-eating beasts to survive the season. The closest neighbor to Sue Aikens is more than 300 miles away. Eric Salitan subsists solely on what he hunts and forages. Chip and Agnes Hailstone catch fish for currency in bartering for supplies, and Andy and Kate Bassich use their pack of sled dogs for transportation. Also highlighted is a time of year not always part of what viewers see in Alaska: spring! Ice is breaking, animals are waking, and residents face new tests before deep cold returns.
The producers of National Geographic Channel's hit series "Life Below Zero" are behind "Port Protection," which profiles individuals trying to survive way above the Lower 48. Surrounded by the North Pacific, Port Protection is a remote community tucked into the northwest corner of Prince of Wales Island, Alaska. The approximately 100 residents who call the rugged, unforgiving land home push the limits of survival, living an isolated and risky existence of self-reliance with no roads, government or law enforcement. However, they think the risk is worth the profound reward: a world of beauty with the security of community without the constraints of bureaucracy.