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A family battles the elements to carve out a life in the harsh and unforgiving Alaskan wilderness.

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aired 101 days ago
When the family cannot salvage enough wood to trade for a wind turbine, Browntown's ability to generate its own power is threatened.
aired 101 days ago
The Brown's turbine collapses; an early winter and advancing predators threaten resources and morale.
aired 108 days ago
The departure of one of the family's own hinders the race to prepare Browntown for the oncoming cold.
aired 108 days ago
The Brown family's adventure at sea continues, but when their ship loses power, it soon becomes a nightmare.
aired 108 days ago
Three exotic new additions to the Brown's animal family cause a frenzy among the area's predators; with the expansion of the ranch, they risk their lives while attempting to reassemble a giant windmill.
aired 115 days ago
Rough seas push the Brown family and their worn vessel to the limit when they set sail to pay off one last debt.
aired 115 days ago
To keep Browntown off the grid, Billy hopes to take a giant leap forward; Matt works on his own piece of bush ingenuity.
aired 115 days ago
To save her chickens, Bird goes on a hunt to bring meat for the family; Gabe and Raquell Noah construct an automatic diaper machine.
aired 122 days ago
The addition of a dairy cow in Browntown means a steady supply of milk and a steady stream of dangerous predators.
aired 122 days ago
Hoping to reconnect with his inner bushman, Matt breaks an unwritten Browntown rule and goes hunting alone.
aired 122 days ago
After a long season of preparation, winter has finally arrived and it'll take the Brown's combined experience in the bush to get the homestead prepared for the toughest season in Alaska.
aired 122 days ago
When a Browntown family member is injured they'll need to find a way to tend to the wounded while continuing their work.
aired 122 days ago
While the Brown's livestock flourishes, the animals bring a new set of problems including predators looking to prey on captive animals.
aired 122 days ago
In order to survive the window and be self-sustained the Browns will have to do their own shopping and bag some big game to stock their freezers.
aired 122 days ago
Browntown's ultimate objective is to live completely off the grid and depend on no one, but in order to do that the Browns will need to start populating the barn they're building.
aired 130 days ago
The Browns know a few things about communal space and they'll need to build their own one-room cabin for the entire wolf pack to live in.
aired 130 days ago
The Browns are true Alaskan originals who live off the land and often go months at a time without seeing any outsiders.
aired 130 days ago
The Alaskan bush is a sprawling place and the Browns have to start charting a new path through it to reestablish Browntown.
aired 130 days ago
A family battles the elements to carve out a life in the harsh and unforgiving Alaskan wilderness.
aired 130 days ago
A family battles the elements to carve out a life in the harsh and unforgiving Alaskan wilderness.
aired 130 days ago
Shorthanded in Browntown, the family fights to salvage its dream, but a major accident puts another member of the wolf pack in the hospital.

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Billy and Ami Brown take their seven children into the Alaskan wilderness to build a new home; now, they often go six to nine months each year without seeing an outsider, and they refer to themselves as a "Wolf Pack."
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"Alaskan Bush People" is a reality-documentary series that introduces the Brown family -- Billy, wife Ami and their seven grown children who -- according to Discovery -- are interesting because "they are unlike any other family in America." The channel says they are so far removed from civilization that they often go six to nine months each year without seeing an outsider. They refer to themselves as a "wolf pack" and, perhaps due to isolation, have their own accent and dialect. The Browns live in the Copper River Valley, where temperatures can drop to 60 degrees below zero, and the family recently relocated and built a cabin there because, they say, their former home of many years was seized and burned down for being in the wrong location on public land.
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