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Head to the Alaskan Bush with the Browns, a family with seven children who live off the grid.

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aired 160 days ago
The Browns flee the mountain during a dangerous storm and devise ingenious new fire safety measures that include an animal evacuation ark; with bonus footage.
aired 167 days ago
An ostrich lays an egg, and the siblings rush to incubate it; Bear gets a special visitor; the family prepares to celebrate Billy and Ami's anniversary; with new footage from the Bush.
aired 181 days ago
The Wolf Pack prepares for their first wedding in the bush; emotions run high as the family prepares to welcome a new member while struggling to keep a project on track; new footage.
aired 188 days ago
The first major storm of the season threatens the family's progress; with a big bush wedding coming in days, the Browns race to obtain and haul much-needed water tanks before the full force of the storm hits.
aired 198 days ago
A major storm threatens the family's progress; with a big bush wedding coming, the Browns race to obtain and haul much-needed water tanks before the full force of the storm hits; with new footage.
aired 216 days ago
The Browns suffer a setback after a big storm hinders their ability to float foundation pilings to their land; supplies are running low so Birdy braves the elements and goes hunting in bear territory to restock.
aired 296 days ago
The Brown kids must finish the remaining homesteads while being shorthanded.
aired 334 days ago
Billy bites off more than he can chew in a last-minute barter; a rogue bear plays havoc with Browntown and a nearby logging camp; Noah gets some bad news from his girl.
aired 474 days ago
The Browns have to devise inventive solutions to defend their livestock as bold new predators get increasingly closer to the ranch; Gabe's long-distance girlfriend makes a first-time visit to the mountain; with free-range facts.
aired 481 days ago
It's the first ever buffalo hunt for the Wolf Pack as they seize an opportunity to stockpile meat; Noah and Bam are left to run the ranch and build a mine-cooled meat locker in anticipation of a successful hunt; with extra facts.
aired 488 days ago
The Wolf Pack takes on livestock, including a risky 2,000-pound longhorn bull which advances their quest for complete freedom; Noah and his new wife, Rhain Alisha, make a monumental announcement as they arrive on the mountain; with bonus scenes.

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