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aired 79 days ago
Deliveries don't go as planned when the eldest Brown boys hit the high seas and encounter harsh conditions; in Browntown, Billy shares earth-shattering news that will change the lives of the Wolf Pack forever.
aired 79 days ago
With Ami's debilitating neck injury, the Wolf Pack join forces to make sure she has a smooth recovery; Bear embraces his inner hunter and leads Gabe and Birdie to track deer to stockpile meat for winter.
aired 86 days ago
When the Wolf Pack abode are finally ready, they race to explore the resources the bush has to offer; Matt and Bam are on a mission to find meat, while Bear prepares for his first-ever date.
aired 186 days ago
As winter lurks, the Wolfpack is eager to bring Bill home and seek a temporary shelter near the barn. Later, a snowstorm threatens progress on Bear's new home and they must race to finish before it's too late.
aired 193 days ago
As the perils of mountain life hit, the wolf pack must join forces and become resourceful when Billy falls ill; the family is concerned after Gabe reveals his plans to marry Raquell.
aired 199 days ago
After successfully returning with a 2,000-pound buffalo, the Wolf Pack's livestock is threatened by predators that surround the property; Gabe breaks grounds of his own when he introduces Raquell to the family.
aired 200 days ago
As winter approaches, the Browns must embark on a three-day buffalo hunt to secure meat for the months ahead; Noah and Bam are left behind to look after the ranch and build a mine-cooled meat locker.
aired 206 days ago
The Wolf Pack endure their biggest adventure yet as they try and secure resources for their land; Rhain Alisha and Noah head up the mountain to begin married life, while Billy and Ami pick up Brutus, a 2,000-pound longhorn bull.
aired 207 days ago
After dealing with wild fires and several injuries, a sustainable lifestyle is on the horizon as the barn nears completion; later, the family celebrates as Noah becomes the first married Brown.
aired 213 days ago
Bird, Gabe and Rain work tirelessly to finish the barn before a fire ban is issued; Billy and Ami finally return with an important health update.
aired 214 days ago
The rest of the Wolf Pack works to finish the barn while Billy and Ami are in California; with winter quickly approaching, tensions rise when they need Bam's help to finish the task but he is nowhere to be found.

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